On the Way to Industrie 4.0  The Digital Enterprise

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Description: The main challenges and drivers in the industrial environment: Shorten time to market- Shorter innovation cycles, More complex products, Greater data volumes. Increase flexibility- Individualized mass production, Volatile markets, High productivity. Boost efficiency: Energy efficiency and resource efficiency are critical competition factors.

Industrie 4.0 ..Represents a new level of organization and control of the entire value chain, across the life cycle of products, Is increasingly geared to individualized customer wishes, Encompasses all phases from the idea and the order to development and production, delivery of a product to the end customer, even recycling and related services.

 
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Klaus Helmrich | Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG

On the Way to Industrie 4.0 –
The Digital Enterprise
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Siemens focuses on electrification, automation and digitalization –
and is actively picking up on new technological developments
Digitalization

Enablers
• Sensors
Automation

• Computing
power
• Storage
capacities
• Data analytics

Electrification

• Networking
ability

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Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2015

Energy

Automation

Digitalization

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The Internet is revolutionizing the world of business

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New business models in the Internet age
bookstore
to e-book

record store
to streaming

From

From

From

taxi to
ride-sharing

Yellow Pages
to marketplace

From

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The main challenges and drivers in the industrial environment

Shorten time
to market

Increase
flexibility

Boost
efficiency

• Shorter
innovation cycles

• Individualized mass
production

• More complex products

• Volatile markets

• Energy efficiency and
resource efficiency are
critical competition factors

• Greater data volumes

• High productivity

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Industrie 4.0 – A German future project for the
vision of industrial production beyond the year 2025
Industrie 4.0 …
• Represents a new level of organization and control of the entire
value chain, across the life cycle of products
• Is increasingly geared to individualized customer wishes
• Encompasses all phases from the idea and the order to
development and production, delivery of a product to the end
customer, even recycling and related services

Key research areas
• Horizontal integration via value-added networks
• End-to-end engineering across the entire value chain
• Vertical integration and networked production systems

Source: acatech, April 2013 “Recommendations for implementing the strategic initiative Industrie 4.0”

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Industrie 4.0 affects all elements of the value chain
Digital Enterprise is the Siemens solutions portfolio

Global
Communication
Infrastructure
Customer
Relationship
Management

Factory
Infrastructure
Supply Chain
Management

Enterprise
Resource
Planning
Lifecycle
Data Management (cPDM)
Engineering,
Design Tools
& Simulation

for Product and
Production

Tools
& Fixtures
Public
IT Infrastructure
(Internet)

Machinery

Asset
Management
Manufacturing
Operations
Management

Enterprise
IT Infrastructure
Industrial
Communication
& Security

Maintenance,
Repair
& Overhaul

Digital
Manufacturing

Human
Resources

Material

Industrial
Control
Systems

The Digital Enterprise today –
Domains covered by Siemens DF and PD

Sensors &
Actuators

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Digitalization takes different forms in the industries
Siemens offerings for the future of industry
Discrete Industry

Product design

Production
planning

Process Industry

Production
engineering

Production

Service

Product
design

Process
& plant
design

Engineering

Operation

Service

Digital Enterprise
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Discrete industry – The entire value chain from product design to service is
digitalized and integrated

Simulation
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
Totally Integrated Automation

Real World

Lifecycle & Data
driven Services

1

2

4

3

5
Services
Production

Production engineering
Production planning

Digital World

Product design

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Cornerstones of the Digital Enterprise
Use of intelligent models

Integrated value chain with seamless engineering

Modular, networked, secure automation

Transparent factories, internally and externally networked

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“Digital Enterprise”: The Siemens portfolio of solutions
for the stepwise implementation of Industrie 4.0

MES
PLM

TIA
SIMATIC IT

Teamcenter / NX

SIMATIC / SINUMERIK

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The logical way – Step by step into the digital world

Four steps on the way to the Digital Enterprise
for small and medium-sized enterprises

1

Digital Enterprise Software Suite

2

Industrial communication networks

3

Security in automation

4

Business-specific industrial services

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Our software solutions for the Digital Enterprise fulfill all needs of industry
Design and virtual production

Real production

NX

Teamcenter

Tecnomatix

Simatic IT

Simatic S7

Computer
Aided Design/
Engineering/
Manufacturing
(CAx)
Digital development
of products

Collaborative
Product Data
Management
(cPDM)

Digital
Manufacturing
(DM)

Manufacturing
Execution Systems
(MES)

Simulation of
production
processes

Complete overview
of the manufacturing
process

Command &
Control (C&C)
Steering and control
of individual
manufacturing steps

Global collaboration
across the entire
value chain

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Our offering for low-cost, secure, end-to-end communication in industry
End-to-end communication across
companies, production facilities and field
sensors with PROFINET

Corporate
IT
Central data
backbones

Production
network

RFID
code

RFID
code
RFID
code

RFID code

Assignment of IP addresses directly in the
machine and automatically configured IP
routing
• Flexible and quick configuration and
reconfiguration

Production
network

Production
network

Automated configuration of
IP communication

• Relocation of address administration from
engineering to run-time
• Simplification for remote service, with
improved security

RFID code
RFID code

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Our offering for comprehensive security in industry
The Siemens security concept* –

“Defense in Depth”

Products and systems with integrated security
• Copy and
manipulation protection
• Authentication and
user management
• Firewall & VPN (Virtual
Private Network)
• System “hardening”
1) CPU Firmware V4.0 and higher; STEP 7 Professional V13 (TIA Portal) and higher.

Industrial Security Services
1

Production
Facility

Risk Analysis
4

Guidelines,
organizational
measures

Evaluation &
improvement
3

* Based on IEC 62443

2

Technical
measures

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Our portfolio of digital, data based services for all requirements
in the industrial environment
Siemens Plant Data Services Portfolio
Siemens Plant Cloud Services1)

• Open industrial cloud platform,
including standardized device
connectivity
• Eco-systems for customers and
analytics partners

Siemens Plant Analytics Services

• Plant and asset
optimization through
• Asset Analytics
• Energy Analytics
• Process Data Analytics

• Siemens as “data custodian”

Siemens Plant Security Services

• Holistic security offering
for industrial plants
• Ensuring data confidentiality and
integrity as well as plant and asset
availability
• Plant assessment
• Plant optimization
• Managed Security Service

1) Currently only pilot customers
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Siemens offers open cloud platform for industry customers
based on SAP HANA technology
Cloud for industry apps

OEM apps

End customer
apps

App dev. apps

Optimization of plants and machines
as well as energy and resources
• Open standard (OPC) for connectivity of
Siemens und third-party products
• Plug and play connection of Siemens
products (engineering in the TIA Portal)
• Cloud for industry with open application
interface for individual customer applications
• Optional cloud infrastructure – public cloud,
private cloud or on-premise solution
• Transparent pay-per-use pricing model

Simatic

Sinumerik

Sinamics

Scalance

PCS7

Third-party
products

• Opportunities for completey new business
models (e. g. selling machine hours)

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At last year’s Hannover Messe, the focus was on applications for larger
enterprises …

2014

Production line for the automated installation of doors to a VW Golf 7: systematic linkage of
data, innovative industry software and powerful production hardware
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… this year, we are showcasing the scalability of our solutions in small and
medium-sized enterprises
• CB & VALKO s.r.l. (Italy, 50 employees combined)

Increase of competitiveness

• Catering equipment suppliers for polyvalent cooking appliances,
electrical convection ovens, vacuum packaging machines, etc.

• Time to market: working prototypes ready one
month after design completion
• Flexibility: 6 new product models designed
every year from scratch
• High variance: more than 500 different product
models regularly managed and updated in
Teamcenter
Stronger digitalization of the production
processes

Realized vacuum
packaging machine



• NX for design of complete machines
• Teamcenter as uniform data platform

Teamcenter can be implemented without having to make major adjustments.
The software is thus ideally suited for small and medium-sized enterprises like ours.



Digital model

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Example of small and medium-sized enterprises: CB and VALKO s.r.l. Italy
Recommended steps for digitalization in midsized companies

Analysis of initial
situation and
existing data

Installation of
PLM software
Teamcenter as data
backbone

Use of function
modules and proven
process templates

Training of end users
and system administrators

Thanks to a structured implementation process, Teamcenter is completely
ready for use within 10 days:
Project
alignment

0.5

Installation
of software

1

System
configuration

1

User
definition

0.5

Data migration

1

System
tests

1

Training of users

2

Training of administrators

3

days

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Components of the Digital Enterprise in the process industry

Process &
plant design

1

Engineering

Operation

Service

Digital Plant design
and processes
Use of a shared data model
to generate value-added in
design, engineering,
operation and service

2

Modularization
Greater flexibility
through the combination
of pre-configured operational
units via standardized
interfaces

3

Production Excellence
Increased productivity
through resource efficiency,
throughput optimization and
highest process quality

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Integrated engineering as efficiency driver in the process industry –
Example BMA

Product
design

Process &
plant
design

Engineering

Operation

Service

COMOS
SIMATIC PCS 7

Integrated engineering with COMOS/SIMATIC PCS 7
• Effort for the creation of typicals reduced by 25%
• 60% of the plant generated from typicals in COMOS
• Project failures minimized
• Time savings for the customer

BMA benefits from an optimal integration of both systems and
a continuous workflow
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Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2015 – The showcases at the Siemens booth
show which solutions we can already offer today

Process Industry

Machine Engineering

Efficient, comprehensive plant
management leading to higher
availability, resource efficiency
and productivity

Easy simulation and
implementation across the
entire lifecycle, leading to
more flexible production
processes

Additive
Manufacturing

Automotive
Manufacturing

Across the entire product
lifecycle – from lab production
to serial production

NX software used to generate
a digital twin of the Maserati
Ghibli

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Siemens at the Hannover Messe 2015
• The Digital Enterprise is our innovative portfolio
of solutions for the implementation of
Industrie 4.0 in enterprises of all sizes
• Digital Enterprise portfolio elements are already
available today
• Digital Enterprise comprises four core elements:
1. Digital Enterprise Software Suite
2. Industrial communication networks
3. Safety in automation
4. Business-specific industrial services

Already today, customers can invest in future-proof solutions for Industrie 4.0
with Siemens’ Digital Enterprise
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Visit us in Hall 9
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Siemens press conference at the Hannover Messe 2015

On the Way to Industrie 4.0 –
The Digital Enterprise
© Siemens AG 2015

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