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Collaborate, Innovate, and Prosper

How Manufacturers can Succeed by Harnessing Technology and Trends

Greg Gorbach

Vice President

ARC Advisory Group

ggorbach@arcweb.com

ARC Forum,
Pune
, August 2011

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Topics


Business Drivers and Trends


Collaboration in the Value Network


Technologies:


Mobile, Social, Digital Manufacturing


LEAP Manufacturing

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Macro Trends Driving Today’s Industrial
Ecosystem

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Today’s Business Environment

Makes Innovation and Responsiveness A Necessity

Business Environment


Power of Emerging Economies


Global Competition


Rise of the Millennials


Barriers to IT Access Falling


Dwindling
Resources


Increasing Energy Cost


Water Scarcity


Recycling, Disposal


Climate Change


Social Responsibility


Increasing Regulations


IT
Security


etc.

Differentiators


Quality


Branding


Product Innovation


Product Design


Traceability, Product Info


Process/Service Innovation


Response Time


Technology


Localization


Green


Value Networks


Anti
-
Counterfeiting


Price


etc.

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2.

3.

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1. Shifting Economic Power


Half of global output is now from developing
economies


BRIC now ‘Big Six”


Brazil, Russia, India, China + South Korea and
Mexico


Big Ten soon?


New Consumer Markets


New Sources of Capital


New Innovation

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2. Workforce Challenge

Millennials:

Different
Technology
Expectations

and

Open
to New Ways of Doing
Things

but

May Lack Experiential Knowledge

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Impact


Competition for tech savvy
workers


Need to manage complex
network of suppliers,
partners, customers


New competitors entering
the market


More consumer power


Online ratings


Collaborative buying


Increasing cybercrime


More customization


New business processes
will emerge


etc.

IT Trends


Cloud computing


Mobility


Internet of things


Continuous Services/Connected
Devices


Cybersecurity

threats


Virtualization


In
-
memory computing


Openness


Ease of use


Reduced cost


Social networks


Ease of communication


Accessible, powerful analytics


etc.

3. Accessible IT

Will drive and enable manufacturing ecosystem changes

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We are Entering the Era of

Mobile Internet Computing

Standalone

LAN/WAN

Internet

Wireless Broadband

time

WiFi

Mainframe

Minicomputer

PC

Notebook

Mobile
Internet
Computing

Smartphone

Internet
Computing

Local
Computing

Mobile Internet Computing
Will Drive New Manufacturing IT
Architecture

Embedded
(Smart Objects)

Client
-
Server

SOA, SaaS, Cloud

Terminal Access

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We are Entering the Era of

Mobile Internet Computing

Standalone

LAN/WAN

Internet

Wireless Broadband

time

WiFi

Mainframe

Minicomputer

PC

Notebook

Mobile
Internet
Computing

Smartphone

Internet
Computing

Local
Computing

Mobile Internet Computing
Will Drive New Manufacturing IT
Architecture

Embedded
(Smart Objects)

Client
-
Server

SOA, SaaS, Cloud

Terminal Access

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4. Environment Induced Risk is Growing


Cost


Energy Cost


Emissions Cost


Water Availability


Waste Cost


Materials Scarcity


Market Valuation


Product Mix Risk


Customer Environmental Awareness


Brand Valuations


Reputational Risk


Product/Service Opportunities

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It’s a Small World


Population and consumption growth place an
increasing burden the
environment

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Sustainability Drivers

Triple Bottom Line


Environmental


Energy & Carbon


Raw Materials and Resources


Waste & Emissions


Economic


ROI, Shareholder Value


Social


Brand Risk Management


Community Member


Etc

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2011: A New Perspective

Next Decade Will be About Empowering Value Networks

+

= Transformation
of Manufacturing

Plant
-
Centric,
Integrated

Value Network
Collaboration

Shifting
Economic
Power

+

Changing
Demographics

From:

To:

+

Resource &
Environment
Drivers

Powerful
New IT
Capabilities

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Network Manufacturing

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Increasing Ecosystem Complexity

Driven by: More Players, Better IT Capability & Cost

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IT Trends
in the Ecosystem
Increasingly
Will Drive Production’s Business Models

This is just the tip of the iceberg!

Complexity increases in every network and every dimension

Greater consumer connectivity,
greater knowledge & bargaining
power,
Green preference, mobility
,
collaborative buying, etc.

Crowdsourcing, co
-
production, rapid
innovation,
customization, 3
rd

party
intermediaries

Virtualization, PLM
-
MES
integration, etc

Outsourcing,
collaboration, etc

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Manufacturing Value Network

Value is Created
through the

DESIGN
-
MAKE
-
DELIVER

Network

Production Network

Logistics

Distribution

Purchasing

Service

Sales,
Retail

Customers

Supplier Network

Engineering

Construction

Planning

Today manufacturers
operate within one or
more networks of
companies that work
together to provide
goods and services

to end consumers

Design

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Collaborative Value Network (CVN)

Focuses on Activities Throughout the Value Network

Design

Production Network

Logistics

Distribution

Purchasing

Service

Sales,
Retail

Customers

Supplier Network

Engineering

Construction

Plant & Equipment

Product & Plant

In order to compete
effectively, better IT
tools are being utilized
throughout the value
network to speed and
optimize innovation,
production, and

delivery of goods

and services

Today manufacturers
operate within one or
more networks of
companies that work
together to provide
goods and services

to end consumers

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Plant Software Value Proposition

Positions Manufacturers to Compete in Value Networks

Design

The value of plant
software lies in enhanced
plant performance
in the
enterprise
and
in the
collaborative value
network

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Cloud

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Model

Ownership

Technology Hosting

Operations

License

Own

Internal

Internal

Lease

Rent

Internal

Internal

Hosted

Own

External

Internal

Cloud or
SaaS

Rent

External

Internal

Classic BPO

Own

Internal

3
rd

Party

Bundled Outsourcing

Own

External

3
rd

Party

Platform

BPO

Rent

External

3
rd

Party

Lease/3
rd

Party Operate

Rent

Internal

3
rd

Party

Characteristics of Deployment Models

Traditional
Software Model

Outsourcing/Service
Opportunities

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Moving to the Cloud

Licensed App runs on local
hardware

App

O/S

License

Technology Hosting

Ownership

Own

Rent

External*

Internal

Leased App runs on
local hardware

App

O/S

Lease

Licensed

App runs on external
hardware; managed by 3
rd

party per

user’s direction

App

O/S

Hosted

App

O/S

Cloud App runs on external
hardware; configured and
managed by 3
rd

party per
their discretion (
SaaS
)

Cloud

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Operations

PAM

LIMS

CPM/Automation

Data

TMS

WMS

Equipment

Operations Apps
Platform

PDM

P&IDs

Models

Equipment

Specs

Drawings

Eng. & Design Apps
Platform

Enterprise Apps Platform

CRM

SCM

FIN

ERP

EAM

Content

Technology
Platform

Eng & Design

Enterprise

Technology
Platform

Technology
Platform

A 3
-
Platform Architecture

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Operations

PAM

LIMS

CPM/Automation

Data

TMS

WMS

Equipment

Operations Apps
Platform

PDM

P&IDs

Models

Equipment

Specs

Drawings

Eng. & Design Apps
Platform

Enterprise Apps Platform

CRM

SCM

FIN

ERP

EAM

Content

Technology
Platform

Eng & Design

Enterprise

Technology
Platform

Technology
Platform

A 3
-
Cloud Architecture?

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Mobility

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Business Systems Mobility

+

+

=

Emerging
Mobile Platform
for Workers

=

Opportunity,
Challenge for IT

Ubiquitous
Smartphones

Tablets &
Netbooks

Fast Networks

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Mobile Devices and Business Systems

Business
Systems

?

Old Way:

Integrate

to Business Systems

New Way:

Move Functionality

to Mobile Workers

How do you
connect these
systems?

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Wireless

Broadband Network

(3G/4G)

LAN

Wireless LAN

(WiFi, 802.11)

Mobile Internet Computing

Robot

Local Fixed Assets

Packaging Machine

GPS

Solar Farm

Remote Fixed Assets

Pipeline

Wind Farm

Smart Meter

Mobile Assets

Containers

Vehicles

Trucks

Forklifts

Desktop
Computers


Land Mobile
Radio (LMR)

Security

Controller,
Sensors

Auto ID

Integrate to

IP Network

Migrate to IP Push
-
to
-
Talk

Other Mobile Devices

Mobile
Enterprise
Application
Platform


Wireless Sensor
Network (WSN)

RFID

Enterprise
Apps

Cloud

App

Servers

Customer, Partner
Mobile IT Devices

Data, VoIP,
Video, etc.

Employee Mobile IT
Devices


Wireless PAN
(Bluetooth)

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Other
Devices

Cloud

db

Mobile Enterprise Application Platform

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Mobility Ecosystem

Network Technology/
Wireless LAN Suppliers

Wireless Broadband
Network Carriers

(3G/4G)

Internet
Service
Providers


Land Mobile
Radio (LMR)

Auto ID

Other Mobile Device Suppliers


Wireless Sensor
Network (WSN)

RFID

Mobile Device
and Mobile OS
Suppliers

Enterprise
Application
and IT
Technology
Suppliers

Automation & Industrial
Technology Suppliers

MEAP
Suppliers

Embedded Device and
Smart Object Suppliers

Industrial

Software & Hardware

Communications
Infrastructure

Mobile
Devices

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Collaboration and Social Media

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Telepresence

Collaborative
Devices

Collaboration Tools are Proliferating

Along with Security, Support, and Mgmt Control Headaches

eMail,
Calendar

BlackBerry

Portals,
Wikis, RSS

IM,
Videochat,
NetPhone

Webcast

Business
Process,
Workflow

Social
Networks

Collaborative
Authoring

2010

Distant Past

Capability

Presence

time

In order to benefit from a
technically savvy workforce,
manufacturing practices and
technologies must change

Most Web 2.0 technologies & concepts must be modified or adapted if
they are to support business requirements

Telephone

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People
-
Centric Collaboration Technologies

Shared
Workspace

Basic
Communication
& Scheduling

Publishing

Social
Collaboration

Real
-
time
Interaction


eMail


Calendar


Contacts


Tasks


Web Pages


Blogs


News Feeds


etc.


Documents


Wikis


Blogs


Forums


Team
Calendar


Project Mgmt,
Workflow


etc.


Web Meeting


Messaging


Voice & Video


Presence


Mobile


e.g FaceBook,
Twitter


Device Space


Device Tweets


Corporate
Experts


Crowdsourcing


etc.

Do these make sense in the plant?

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Social/Community Collaboration
in the Plant?


Shared Workspace


Project Mgmt, Workflow


Access to Corporate Experts


Team Calendar


Document Sharing


Device Space


Wikis


Blogs


etc.

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Collaborative Devices Emerge

“Social Networking” type space enables device communities

PM2009a1

pipeline mixer

Interactive Chat:

-

Respond to status request

-

Run diagnostics

-

Upload error logs

-

etc.

Device Users, Technical Support, and Service Technicians Can
Interact via the Device’s Collaboration Workspace

Planner

Service
Engineer

Operator

Technical
Support

Shift
Supervisor

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PLM and Digital Manufacturing

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Today’s Product/Process
Innovation Bottleneck


For certain manufacturing segments (especially discrete and portions
of hybrid), introducing new products or improving the manufacturing
process usually requires
creating or modifying production systems



Many production system problems are not discovered until late in the
design/implementation process, which introduces delays and cost


Once in operation, virtual reference models, if available, could aid in
performance monitoring, process optimization, problem diagnosis,
operator training, and continuous improvement


Product
Lifecycle

DESIGN

BUILD

OPERATE

Physical
Production
System

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USE & EXTEND

Virtual Models

Production System
Simulation Enables
Continuous
Improvement

Digital Manufacturing

Model
-
Based Development & Operation of Production Systems



Steady State Design



Dynamic Simulation



Design Optimization



etc



Virtual Commissioning



Diagnose Problems



Process/System Validation



Operator Training



etc



Performance Deviations



Optimization



Diagnose Problems



Operator Training



Maintenance Activity Modeling



etc

Product
Lifecycle

DESIGN

BUILD

OPERATE

Physical
Production
System

Virtual
Production
System

Concept & Design
Validation and
Optimization

Validation and
Problem
-
Solving
through Start
-
up

Digital

Manufacturing

(DM)

USE & REFINE

Virtual Models

DEVELOP & USE

Virtual Models

Digital
Manufacturing

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Driving Innovation: Product, Process,
Production


Managing Extended Product Lifecycle
Domains


Global Collaboration for
Design/Build/Support Operations


Managing Extended Supply Chains and
Outsourcing


Demand for Alternate Energy


Managing and Protecting Intellectual
Property


Adoption of Sustainable (Green)
Product Design & Mfg Processes


PLM Applications, Models, and
Production Processes to Implement
the Digital Factory

PLM, DM Business Drivers & Challenges

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Continued Virtualization of all domains of the
Product Lifecycle from Concept to Consumer: 3D
for the Masses


Advanced Mechatronics Design: Integration of
MCAD, ECAD, Embedded Systems S/W
Development


Digital Manufacturing Simulation Technology
adoption by Energy and Process Industries


Virtualization of Production Processes will
Enable the Implementation of
Smart Assembly &
Ergonomic Optimization


Full Digital Validation of All Production Control
Systems


Communities of Professional & Non
-
Professional
Virtual Content Providers:
Social
Innovation/PLM 2.0


Manufacturing Engr Disciplines will Drive
Optimization of Production & Mfg Processes back
to Product Design

Future Trends & Directions for
PLM

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Product Data
Product Data
Mgmt
:

Single Repository
for Engineering
Design. BOM
management in a
centralized system

Engineering
design
systems:



Enterprise PLM

Enterprise PLM:
PLM Integrated with
rest of enterprise
architecture


ERP,
CRM, SCM

Enterprise
Compliance and
Quality
Systems

Engineering
Design Systems:

Design repositories
in each engineering
organization and
system. Change
Mgmt & Version
Control

PLM:
Multi
-
enterprise
collaboration
.

Lifecycle Domain
Integration. Web
based project
/program mgmt

Expanded Scope of
Lifecycle: From Design
Engineering to Multiple
Stakeholders Across all
Domains

Next Generation PLM:



Social Innovation




Open PLM



Cloud
-
Based PLM


Services



Knowledge


Communities



Integrated Product


and Processes

PLM Maturity Curve:

Collaboration
& Social Innovation Emerge

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LEAP Manufacturing

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Let’s Think Big

What if we go all
-
in with technology and innovation?

LEAP
to a
Dominant Market
Position With Your
Value Network

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The Opportunity

Leverage IT and Value Networks to Leapfrog the Market

+

= LEAP to Leadership

Local
Success

Global
Network
Influence

Ambitious
Mfg.
Network

+

Energetic,
Educated
Workforce

From:

To:

+

High
-
Quality,
Responsible
Business Model

Powerful
New IT
Capabilities

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LEAP Manufacturing

Technology and Business Practices for World
-
Class Manufacturing

L
eading
-
edge


Innovative


Technology
-
forward


Mobile, Social, Cloud, Model
-
based, Virtual, PLM, MES, etc.


Collaborative,

Integrated


Performance driven

E
fficient


Profitable


High Quality


Compliant


Safe & Effective


Local/Regional

A
gile


Responsive


Collaborative, Networked,
Pull
-
based, Interactive


Flexible, adaptive,
changeable

P
rogressive


Sustainable


Energy, Carbon,
Social, Water, Waste,
Closed Loop


Responsible

Companies In Emerging Markets Can Jump To

A Market Leadership Role

LEAP

Mfg

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LEAP Manufacturing

Leverages Innovative IT and Business Strategies

SC

ERP

PLM

MOM

Enterprise
Platforms

Value Network
Collaboration

Business
Strategies

Cloud

Mobile

Social

IT
Innovation

Traditional Platforms Are Evolving To Support
Progressive New Models


Don’t Be Left Behind

Analytics

Virtualization

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Characteristics of LEAP Manufacturers


Technology


Push the boundaries


Business Model


Innovative, Collaborative, Flexible, Responsive


Services and Products


Performance


Excellent, Reliable, High
-
quality


Safe and Sustainable

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Final Thoughts

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LEAP Manufacturing

Technology and Business Practices for World
-
Class Manufacturing


L
eading
-
edge


Innovative


Technology
-
forward (Mobile, Cloud, Model
-
based, Virtual, PLM, MES, etc.)


Collaborative, Integrated


Performance driven


E
fficient


Profitable


High Quality


Compliant


Safe & Effective


Local/Regional


A
gile


Responsive (Collaborative, Networked, Pull
-
based, Interactive)


Flexible, adaptive, changeable


P
rogressive


Sustainable (Energy, Carbon, Social, Water, Waste, Closed Loop)


Responsible

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Operating
Excellence


Enterprise Visibility & Control


Quality, Flexibility


Efficiency & Cost Control


Asset Performance


Energy, Resource, Mgt


Risk Mgt & Safety

Execution


Dynamic

Value Creation


Collaboration


Business Innovation


Product Innovation


Mfg Process Innovation


Marketing

Innovation


Governance

& Compliance


REACH


Emissions Mgt


Carbon Tracking


21CFR part 11


MTSA


etc

Compliance

Drive Manufacturing Performance

Three Business Imperatives for a Changing Marketplace

Be Effective

Be
Proactive

Be Responsible

Optimize
Performance

Extend & Transform
Current Business

Support Corporate
Citizenship

Performance Pillars for LEAP Manufacturing

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It’s Time to Make the LEAP

The Technology is
Here
.

The Rationale is Clear. What Are You Waiting For?

LEAP Manufacturing

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Thank You

For more information, contact the author at
ggorbach@arcweb.com or visit our web pages at

www.arcweb.com