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HMS Industrial Networks presenta lo studio annuale sul mercato delle reti industriali, che si focalizza sui nuovi nodi installati nel campo dell’automazione industriale, a livello globale. In qualità di fornitore indipendente di soluzioni e servizi per la comunicazione industriale ed Internet of Things, HMS ha una visione sostanziale del mercato delle reti industriali.

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Gli atti dei convegni e pi di 8.000 contenuti su www.verticale.net Milano HMS Industrial Networks @ SAVE Milano 2017 Networks Trends + Technologies vision Paolo Sartori (Italian subsidiary Director / Commercial & Marketing Director ' MU-CE Italy) psa@hms-networks.com 2017-04-19 ' Field: Industrial communication ' Founded 1988 ' Headquartered in Halmstad, Sweden ' Operations in 13 countries ' Distributors in more than 50 countries ' 500 employees ' Listed on NASDAQ-OMX Nordic Exchange ' Turnover: 101 MEUR (2016) ' More than 4 million products installed This is HMS! What we do ' Connecting Devices Halmstad/Gothenburg
Sweden (HQ) Beijing
China Yokohama
Japan Chicago/Pittsburgh/Boston
USA Milan
Italy Mulhouse
France Karlsruhe/Ravensburg
Germany Distributors Pune
India Coventry
UK Basel
Switzerland Americas: 22% Europe: 60% Asia: 18% Nivelles
Belgium Barcelona
Spain Vantaa
Finland New
growth
phase
'Best in class' ' Operation excellence
' Fine-tuning offering A history of growth and innovation 0,1 0,6 0,7 1,3 1,6 2,6 5,4 9,3 11,7 18,9 22,6 33 63 86 97 114 150 181 226 273 317 245 345 0,0 100 200 300 400 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 Turnover MSEK 11 12 Engineering within
automation. 'The early years' Technology
development
The first products Internationalization HMS becomes the world's
no.1 choice for industrial
communication. 13 14 384 382 589 501 702 15 500 600 700 What we do ' Connecting Devices' Quick & secure transfer of information within demanding applications Manufacturing Power and Energy Transportation Medical automation Building automation What we do ' Our products Multi-network connectivity
within fieldbus and industrial
Ethernet Communication solutions
within CAN, safety and
automotive Remote access and
management of industrial
equipment Connecting Devices' with three product brands Industrial network trends Industrial networks More and more industrial networks 1980 1985 1995 Safety Networks
Sensor Networks
Wireless Networks
BACnet IP
Sercos III
Profinet IO
EtherCAT
Powerlink
CC-Link/IE
FF HSE
Ethernet/IP
FL-net
Modbus TCP
BACnet MSTP
Foundation FB
ControlNet
DeviceNet
Profibus
Sercos I & II
AS-Interface
Interbus
CC-Link
CANopen
Modbus
Ethernet
Modbus
Ethernet Remote IO Modbus Ethernet Foundation FB ControlNet DeviceNet Profibus Sercos I & II AS-Interface Interbus FIP CC-Link CANopen Remote IO Modbus 2017 1979: Modicon introduce the protocol Modbus 1982: Definition of IP and TCP protocols 1982: First occurrence of the world Internet 1983: 'Ethernet' is standardized as IEEE 802.3 1984: Internet connects 1000 nodes 1990: Definition of HTML language 1991: CERN publishes the first World Wide Web page 1993: Release of very first web browser (Mosaic) 1993: Second European web site published 1996: Internet connects 10 millions nodes 2009: Internet connects 1 billion nodes 2011: Internet connects 2 billion nodes 2011: German government introduce the term "Industrie 4.0" 2015: Internet connects 3,3 billion nodes 2020: 50 billion connected nodes expected EtherNet/IP 11% PROFINET 11% EtherCAT 7% Modbus-TCP 4% POWERLINK 4% Other Ethernet 9% WLAN 4% Bluetooth 1% Other Wireless 1% PROFIBUS DP 14% Modbus-RTU 6% CC-Link 6% CAN/CANopen 5% DeviceNet 4% Other Fieldbus 13% Industrial networks ' Market shares 2017 Estimation for 2017 based on number of
new installed nodes in 2016 within Factory
Automation. Sources: several market
studies and our own sales statistics. Industrial Ethernet: 46% (38) Annual growth: 22% (20) Wireless 6% (4) Annual growth: 32% (30) Fieldbus: 48% (58) Annual growth: 4% (7) HMS consolidated view based upon several market studies and our own statistics. Industrial networks ' Market shares 2016 Estimation for 2016 based on number of
new installed nodes in 2015 within Factory
Automation. Sources: several market
studies and our own sales statistics. EtherNet/IP; 9% PROFINET; 8% EtherCAT; 6% Modbus-TCP; 4% Powerlink; 3% Other Ethernet; 8% WLAN; 2% Bluetooth; 1% Other Wireless; 1% PROFIBUS; 17% Modbus ; 7% CC-Link; 6% Devicenet; 5% CAN/CANopen; 5% AS-interface; 3% Other fieldbuses; 15% Industrial Ethernet: 38% Annual growth: 20% Wireless 4% Annual growth: 30% Fieldbus: 58% Annual growth: 7% Industrial networks ' Market shares 2015 Industrial Ethernet: 34% Annual Growth: 17% Fieldbus: 66% Annual growth: 7% PROFINET 8% EtherNet/IP 8% EtherCAT 5% Modbus TCP 3% PowerLink 2% SERCOS III 1% Other Ethernet (including TCP/IP) 7% PROFIBUS 18% Modbus 7% DeviceNet 6% CC-Link 6% CANOpen 5% ASI 4% INTERBUS 2% ControlNet 2% SERCOS I & II 2% Others 14% Estimation for 2015 based on number of
new installed nodes in 2014 within Factory
Automation. Sources: several market
studies and our own sales statistics. We know industrial networks! HMS has representatives in all major network organizations ODVA PROFIBUS/PROFINET International Sercos International CLPA Modbus Organization EtherCAT Technology Group CAN in Automation Ethernet Powerlink Standardization Group One example: Joakim Wiberg at HMS
Chief Technical Officer of ODVA The industry is getting more and more connected
' Estimated total growth of new connected nodes 2017 ' 12% (fieldbus, industrial Ethernet and Wireless) ' IIoT accelerates the need to get industrial equipment connected ' PROFIBUS is still the most widely used network globally, but on a very fragmented market. Ethernet/IP, PROFINET and EtherCAT are closing in. ' Drivers for Ethernet growth: Higher performance (real-time, sync) and office network integration. Industrial networks ' Market shares 2017 Industrial Ethernet and Wireless are growing faster than the market
' The move towards industrial Ethernet is continuing, growing steadily at '22%. Now accounts for 46% of the market. ' No consolidation of industrial Ethernet networks can be seen. New protocols such as TSN and OPC UA are emerging. ' Drivers for Ethernet growth: High performance and accelerating integration between factory installations and IT. ' Fieldbuses are still growing but at a lower pace of '4%. ' Drivers for fieldbus growth: Simplicity, tradition and reliability. ' Wireless is growing fast at '32%, now accounting for '6% of the market. WLAN and Bluetooth are leading the way. ' IIoT important driver for Wireless solutions. Growing usage of Wireless among machine builders. ' Industrial Ethernet and Wireless combined now account for 52% of the market. HMS conclusions for Factory Automation Asia
' Fragmented market - no network stands out as truly market-leading ' PROFIBUS, PROFINET, Ethernet/IP, Modbus RTU/TCP, CC-Link and EtherCAT are the most used networks ' Early signs of CC Link IE Field being adopted Industrial networks ' Market shares 2017 Trends: Geographical markets U.S
' CIP networks dominate: EtherNet/IP is the leading network ' EtherCAT is gaining market share ' Modbus RTU and Modbus TCP are still popular Europe and Middle East
' Fastest growth rate: PROFINET and EtherCAT followed by Ethernet POWERLINK ' PROFIBUS is still dominant ' Modbus TCP/RTU and CAN/CANopen are still used in new installations Technology trends Technology trends Buzzwords within industrial automation WIRELESS SAFETY The term "Internet of things" was coined by Peter T. Lewis in 1985 (source Wikipedia) Development according to Ericsson IT-OT blocks ANSI/ISA-95 (S95) Enterprise-Control System Integration Communication model Solutions from HMS ' Integrated communication modules ' Enables the host device to
communicate on any network What we do ' Our products Embedded Anybus CompactCom 40-series Fast data transfer for demanding applications ' Large amounts of process data ' up to 1500 bytes in each direction ' Low throughput latency <15s (high performance networks) ' Sync support for motion/machine networks ' Max jitter 1s ' Black channel support ' Extended Host interface coverage ' 8/16-bit parallel ' High speed UART ' High speed SPI ' I/O (shift register interface) Anybus CompactCom C40 Anybus IP on Zynq What we do ' Our products ' Stand-alone 'translators' ' Network-to-network
(Anybus X-gateway) ' Machine-to-network
(Anybus Communicator) Gateways What we do ' Our products ' Allows machines and devices
to communicate via Bluetooth
or WLAN. ' Cable replacement
(Anybus Wireless Bridge) ' Access point on machine
(Anybus Wireless Bolt) Wireless ' Communication solutions for CAN,
EtherCAT, safety and automotive ' Enables communication inside
machines and between
components What we do ' Our products Customized solutions from HMS Communication solutions for functional safety ' Functional safety in accordance with IEC 61508 ' Stacks for FSoE and CIP Safety on EtherNet/IP or SERCOS ' TV-certified The IXXAT Safe T100 module is a good start when designing a customized
communication solution for functional safety. Safety ' Remote access with Cosy ' Remote data with Flexy ' Remote management with Netbiter ' Remote networks with eFIVE What we do ' Our products Remote solutions Thanks for listening! www.hms-networks.com

Document Outline

HMS Industrial Networks @ SAVE Milano 2017 This is HMS! A history of growth and innovation What we do ' Connecting Devices' What we do ' Our products Industrial network trends Industrial networks Industrial networks ' Market shares 2017 Industrial networks ' Market shares 2016 Industrial networks ' Market shares 2015 We know industrial networks! Industrial networks ' Market shares 2017 Industrial networks ' Market shares 2017 Technology trends Technology trends Slide Number 16 Development according to Ericsson IT-OT blocks Enterprise-Control System Integration Communication model Slide Number 21 What we do ' Our products Anybus CompactCom 40-series Anybus CompactCom C40 Anybus IP on Zynq What we do ' Our products What we do ' Our products What we do ' Our products Customized solutions from HMS Safety What we do ' Our products Thanks for listening!


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