How to build an Innovative and Smart Water System with the PI System Presented by Guillaume Gallon, IT Project Manager, Veolia Eau Ile-De-France © Copyrig ht 2013 OSIsoft , LLC. Summary 1. Introduction - Sedif - Context - Goals 2. Approach - Smart Innovation - ServO - Specification (Level & Quality of Service) 4. IS - Architectures Functional architecture Technical Architecture IS Environment 3. ServO & Achievements - Asset & Geographical Approach - Analysis and leak detection - Supervision of multi-parameter probes Water Quality (Kapta) - Technical Management of Energy Consumption - Marginal Cost Tracking Production - For Futher … 2 1. Introduction 3 SEDIF Founded in 1923 to produce and deliver drinking water SEDIF today : • Covers 149 town located on the suburbs of Paris • Supplies 4 millions customers (almost 40% of Ile de France) • Produces 255 millions m3/yr (800 000 m3 distributed/day) Main Assets : • 3 water treatment plants on rivers Seine, Marne, Oise (Choisy-le-Roi, Neuilly-sur-Marne, Méry-sur-Oise) • 49 pumping station (relay plants) • 65 tanks • 38 chlorination stations • 8 400 kilometres of pipes 4 SEDIF : Structure Organisation and its Partner Veolia The Committee is made of representatives from 149 municipalities • Gathers 3 times/yr • Elects a President (Andre SANTINI) and 11 Vice-presidents (The Board) Makes decisions with regard to : • The price of water: 1.41€ HT/m³ (january 2011) • Budgetary allocations (2011) • Investments scheduled : 190 M€/yr • Operation and maintenance : 360 M€/yr • Supervision operator : 100investments employees SEDIF as owner ofofutilities makes • Operator : 1,600 employees Decided an operating contract with Veolia Water Veolia Eau d’Ile de France is the operator in charge of: • Production and distribution • Monitoring and maintenance • Controlling water quality • Customer service 5 Context In June 2010, SEDIF, the water authority for the Greater Paris area, renewed its trust in Veolia Water to manage its drinking water production and distribution service. This contract, awarded after a highly competitive tender process lasting 14 months, is particularly remarkable in terms of the solutions and organization that will be implemented to ensure service of exemplary quality. A single monitoring and operations center, ServO, will take control of risk and customer response management. Third-generation Téléo remote meter reading will be rolled out over a five year period. Customer relations will be stepped up with services tailored to the various categories of users coupled with extensive consultation with them. A brand, Clario, will be created to ensure a clearer identification of the new relationship between the public service and its customers. Following its proposal, which was based on responsible ambition and useful innovation, Veolia Water will also be implementing water traceability, based on the food and beverage industry model, in order to guarantee customers are able to monitor the sanitary quality of their water at all times. 6 Goals Reducing consumption of electricity: 6% by 2020 • Operational instrumentation and optimization (of plants, networks and buildings) Consumption of Energy from Renewable Sources: 100% from 2013 onwards • Purchase of renewable energy (green) certificates for industrial energy supplies and fitting of solar panels for office needs • Transportation: biofuels / electric vehicles Reduction in CO2 emissions 33% by 2020 • Initiative to reduce consumption and substitute energy from renewable sources • Purcahses of chemicals - green chemicals • Construction/maintenance works - responsible site practices Certification: to French NF 16001 standard or ISO 50 001 7 2. Approach 8 Many Smart Innovations Many SMART innovations linked to a major innovation in our information system ServO, the water supply control center (treatment plants, supply network, customer response, etc.): a single location for a single service RES’ECHO to monitor the Leaks on the network QUALIO and Total Traceability of water (cf. Shanghai World Expo pilot) TELEO, the third-generation remote meter-reading solution. Deployment within 5 years (up to 90,000 meters per year). Modification proposal accepted by SEDIF on May 21, 2010: third-party provision All achievements take place in the ServO project to implement an efficient operational management & because ServO is the information system to perform the water services management 9 7 The way : an Unique Tools (ServO) to agregate all Data Under the new contract with the SEDIF, Veolia Water Ile-de-France launched a major transformation program to centrally control all of the service in real time seamlessly with the delegating authority (SEDIF ): ServO is this project Produce The implementation of the program is based: • Centralized management processes Produce Distribute Manage the quality of the water, Manage risks, Manage customer relationships, Risk Distribution To create cross between processes Water Quality Reporting Customer Relationship • A computer tools to control these processes in real time with automatic rules 9 Requirements Technical Specification Scalability Management of large volumes of data Real-time Processing of Data High availability architecture 7/24 Interoperability (open connectivity standards) Security in accordance with ISO 27001 standards Performance (acquisition, restitution) Complete reversibility: source code available Open API / SDK available User Specification Unify Scada / Unify Monitoring / Reporting / Unify screens real time Achieve rapid solutions by iterative cycles Use a simple tool to focus on functional issues Access data real-time service with a deep history To provide data in several playback modes (Excel, file, web applications, enterprise portal) mobility Reduce impacts related to change management Continuous Monitoring / Continuous Improvement / Real-time Decision Making 12 3. Architecture 12 Our Architecture (ServO) like an Enterprise Infrastructure for management of realtime data and events COLLABORATION The servo system incorporating industry standards to make them available to the entire company Money Costs Earnings Business KPI Finance Stock Value Product Empirics Innovation Empirics Executive Everybody works with the same Information – Rules – Tools R&D Quality Limits Consistency Health Government Regulation Environment Purchase Stock Capacity Deliveries Price Maintenance Availability Automation Across the whole Enterprise Availability Performance Security IT Accounting Process Engineering 4- Continuous Improvement Performance Security Process Operation 3- Real-time Decision Making One version of Truth Stability Reproducibility PI SYSTEM REAL-TIME INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE ENTERPRISE AVAILABILITY PERFORMANCE 2- Coninuous Monitoring Past – Present - Future SECURITY 1- Integration Platform Vertical & Horizontal 13 Functionnal Approach : Why we do it DECISION MAKING PROCESS UNDERSTANDING VALUE PROPAGATE ACCESIBLE GOAL VISUALIZE KNOWLEDGE MODEL ANALYZE INFORMATION RULES CONTEXTUALIZE DATA SENSORS AGGREGATE ENVIRONMENT PROCESSING PLANT 14 14 IS RIA Heavy Client Output Functionnal Architecture : Simple and Essential ! Technical Exposition Search Archive Smart Management Context Interface Data Sources Storage Computation Integration Framework Tools for Big Data 17 How we build our solution with the PI System IS GIS (ESRI) AR / VR DataViz (HTML5/JS) SharePoint ESB PI Process Book WS REST Excel Services PI WebParts PI Datalink Server PI API / PI SDK PI Data Access Big Data Solution with the PI System Compute Complex Event Processing PI ACE Administration PI Event Frames PI MCM Data Management PI SMT PI Perf EQ. PI SQC Scilab Core PI Data Archive Esper PI Asset Framework Buffering Buffering Buffering Buffering Buffering Buffering SMS PI to PI JDBC PI RDBMS PI MVS PI UFL Other Environ nement Sensor MVS Database EDF EDF FIILE Quality Data from laboratory Energetical CSV XML etc… SCADA 18 4. Achievement ServO : Scada to Unite Territories • The positioning of Pi as enterprise infrastructure allows us to have a SCADA combining our three territories of production and distribution • The PI System met the data sources from water supplies, network, customer service, data context for the implementation of the services unified • Data is collected real-time data (2'30 / 5/10/15/60 minutes depending on equipment). A single control center for three territories A unique vision for an efficient control For safety of the water supply Creating interactive screens for a real-time monitoring 22 ServO : GIS which Unifies the Water Service Context Resources • Watersheds • Geological • Rivers • Potential polluters • Resource protection Asset • Water Supply Network (Tank, Pipe, etc.) • Connections • Sensors (leak, water quality, ...) & Smart Meter Operation • Works • Water cut • Incidents Measure etc… Mix very different data while providing better readability Better understanding of situations Lets also consider synoptic on the whole territory 19 ServO : Tools for Transparency and the Reporting Observatory marginal production costs • Integration costs of chemicals, the cost of energy, transportation, cost of renewals and consumables etc. to determine indicators of trends in plant operating costs. 20 23 ServO : Tool for The Monitoring and the Optimization Reducing consumption of electricity • The plants are monitored. • All remote site are also monitored. • Energy billing data are also included • By comparing the data of hydraulic configuration and energy consumption we identify abuses. • The system also allows us to create a baseline for future years • Etc… 24 ServO : Diagnostic Tool and Decision Support Leak Detection 22 25 Guillaume Gallon [email protected] IT Project Manager Veolia Eau Ile-De-France © Copyrig ht 2013 OSIsoft , LLC. 26 Brought to you by © Copyrig ht 2013 OSIsoft , LLC.
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