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Automation in Industry The People make the Difference! - PPT Presentation

Steve Huffman Vice President Mead OBrien Inc St Louis MO Chairman Govt Relations Automation Federation Do you ever think about helping to solve the biggest challenges our world faces ID: 713614

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Automation in Industry The People make the Difference!

Steve Huffman

Vice President, Mead O’Brien, Inc. St. Louis, MO

Chairman, Gov’t Relations, Automation FederationSlide2

Do you ever think about helping to solve the biggest challenges our world faces?

People are the value proposition, as they have been forever.Slide3

What are the World’s biggest challenges?

Energy

Water

Food

Environment

Health

Chemicals

Minerals

Material goodsSlide4

A career in industrial automation will be a career designed to help meet and solve these daunting challenges!

In order to see the future, one must recall the past and how we got here.Slide5

History of The Value of People in Industry

Era 1 - Early manufacturing

Era 2 - Industrialization

Era 3 - Automation

Era 4 - Technology

Era 5 - EmpowermentSlide6

The Earliest Industries

People were the heart of the business

Manager

Miller

Buyer

Sales

Marketing

MaintenanceSlide7

Role and Value of People

Era 1 - Early manufacturing

Era 2 - Industrialization

Era 3 - Automation

Era 4 - Technology

Era 5 - EmpowermentSlide8

Exponential Increase in ComplexitySlide9

Specialization

Shipping

g

Buyer

Sales

Maintenance

Management

Operations

Accounting

EngineeringSlide10

Instrument

Valve

Controller

Desired value

--- Set point

Process Measurement

Process

People were in Control!

Mission – Safely increase efficiencySlide11

Role and Value of People

Era 1 - Early manufacturing

Era 2 - Industrialization

Era 3 - Automation

Era 4 - Technology

Era 5 - EmpowermentSlide12

Fewer Operators – Broader View

Becoming Information CraftsmenSlide13

“They replaced me with a controller

” Slide14

Solution Perspective

Challenge

Solution

Technology enabler

TalentSlide15

Role and Value of People

Era 1 - Early manufacturing

Era 2 - Industrialization

Era 3 - Automation

Era 4 - Technology

Era 5 - EmpowermentSlide16

A Change in Perspective Occurred

New Technology

Find a Problem

From

To

Challenge

What Is the Solution?

Technology enablerSlide17
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Throw Technology at It!

CIM

Lights-Out

SPC-SQC

E-Manufacturing.com

Expert Systems

3D Graphics

Object Orientation

Artificial

Intelligence

Fieldbus

Intelligent Instruments

Dashboards

OPC

Internet

Technology has great value –

only if applied to solve a problem!!!

MAP

Scorecards

Client-Server

6s

Pixel Resolution

Bandwidth

EthernetSlide19

Executive Concerns

Experience drain – Graying of workforce

Difficult to attract/retain high performing staff

Engaging the employees in the business

Helping employees understand their value

Attracting new employeesSlide20

Real-time is the final frontier

STRATEGY

EXECUTION

Quarters

Months

Weeks

.

.

.

Hours

Minutes

Seconds

Right Markets

Right Customers

Right Suppliers

Right Profits

.

.

.

Right Quality

Right Location

Right Quantity

Right Cost

Right Product Mix

.

.

.

Right Temperature

Right Chemistry

Right Energy Cost, Etc.

Production

Control

Business

Control

ProcessControlSlide21

Conquering the Real-time frontierSlide22

Reliability, Cyber Security, Sustainability,… to name a few

Reliability…

“Top performing plants spend an average of 1.4% on maintenance. A $1 billion plant = $14 million whereas poorly performing plants spend 3.5 times more = 49 million!”

R.

DiStefano

, Reliability Consultant, Emerson

Cybersecurity….“If an industrial control system or criticalinfrastructure is attacked, or even unintentionally compromised, the result could include regulatory violations, equipment damage, production loss, harm to the environment, and even public endangerment.” S. Huffman, Automation Federation

Sustainability….

Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Automation Competency Model, USDOLSlide23

Why Empowerment – a time problem!

When You Can Control – Do

When You Cannot Control - Manage

Management

(Transactional)

Control

(Real Time)

Efficiency

Profit

Asset

Quality

Environmental

Safety

Efficiency

Profit

Asset

Quality

Environmental

Safety

1990

2015Slide24

Enterprise Control principles

Operations

control

Business

control

Process

control

STRATEGY

EXECUTIONSlide25

Optimizing Profitability and Efficiency

Production Volume

Energy Consumption

Materials Consumption

Process Control

Process Empowerment

Process

Measurement

Business

Control

Business

Empowerment

Business

Measurement

Plant

Business

Enterprise

$Slide26

Cascade of Operational Performance “Loops”

Industrial Plant

Process

Control

Advanced

Control

Plant

Business

Control

Enterprise

Business

ControlSlide27

“Workplace Departures”

Increasing Baby Boomer retirements

10,000 per day for next 20 years

400,000 years of experience being lost per day

Huge amount of experience leaving workforce

Hiring was suppressed through the last 15 years

Lack experienced workers to fill the gap

BoomersSlide28

Characteristics of Millennials (1980-95)

Meaningful careers

Tech Savvy

Diverse

Cyber Literate

Collaborative – part of team

Environmentally Conscious

Innovative

Realistic

Millennia's have the characteristics for success!Slide29

Millennials are ideal- Looking for meaning in their work

Slide

29

Cemex Balcones Plant

Measuring the real value of every person in the operationSlide30

Millennial’s are ideal –

Team-based, collaborative, desiring to know their work contributes to the bigger picture Slide31

Millennials are ideal – Tech-savvy, collaborative, networked, multitasking, balancing work/home life

Not Your Father’s Automation Industry!Slide32

Millenniels Want a Career with Meaning

Help solve

world energy

Help provide

clean water

Help solve

world hungerHelp clean and sustain the environmentHelp meet chemical & mineral needsHelp provide material goods

It would be difficult to find a career with greater

impact!