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1 4TH ANNUAL FERRY SARETY AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE, MARCH 21, 2018 Elect ric f erries and t he use of dat a Technology & Decision Making Ryan Bishop, Sales Director NAM

2 ABB Marine & Ports Tot al int egrat ed offer for t he marine market Digital Solutions Power Generat ion & Distribution Propulsion March 28, 2018 Slide 2

3 Electric, digital and connect ed Maximizing the full potential in shipping POWER TRAIN SHIP OPERATION Posit ioning Navigat ion Aut omat ion Propulsion Electric or hybrid Charging DIGITAL AND CONNECTED Connectivity and cloud Analyt ics Shore side operat ions March 28, 2018 Slide 3

4 Ship Thinking Traditional Expert Support Field Services Services Traditional service offering for spares and support Isolated Systems Lot of Interfaces No benefits to connect system - No possibility for pre-delivery testing Power Management Systems Propulsion and Remote Control Device Monitoring Ship Automation Navigation Electronics Control Systems Functional Products Marine Propulsion Core Products & Non-ABB Systems Navigation HW March 28, 2018 Slide 4

5 A formerly conservative industry is changing the way it operates This requires integration and digitalization from bridge to propeller Services Operations Centers Analytics Field Services Software & Connectivity Cloud Applications Advisory and Monitoring Software Connectivity Integration of services Control Systems & Sensors Power Management Systems Propulsion and Remote Control Sensors & Intelligent devices Ship Automation Navigation Electronics Sensoring, Integration of Products & Systems Functional Products Marine Propulsion Core Products & Non-ABB Systems Navigation HW March 28, 2018 Slide 5

6 How can dat a help in t he Marine Market? Identify Problems Failures Risks Determine Cause Possible remedies Best Action Act Make changes in response to problems/ failures/ risks March 28, 2018 Slide 6

7 How does digitalization work in the real world? Scene #1 Captain onboard Ferry in Helsinki Problem Operational Concern Digital Solution Weather: causing issues with visability and unpredictable currents Heavy traffic causing navigation issues Navigation and docking is more complex due to overwhelming information from Radars, limited visuals coming from isolated systems. Augmented reality system to improve situational awareness March 28, 2018 Slide 7

8 How does digitalization work in the real world? Scene #2 Port Engineer Problem Operational Concern Digital Solution Fuel Consuption Unplanned Maintenance Cost Operational reliability Smart Hybrid/ Battery power management systems Monitoring & Optimization Maintenance & Condition Monitoring March 28, 2018 Slide 8

9 How does digitalization work in the real world? Scene #1 Captain onboard Ferry in Helsinki Problem Operational Concern Digital Solution Weather causing visual and current issues Heavy traffic causing navigation issues Navigation and docking is more complex due to overwhelming information from Radars, limited visuals coming from isolated systems. Augmented reality system to improve situational awareness March 28, 2018 Slide 9

10 Ferry Ref erences Over 400 vessels, including nearly 100 ferry vessels and great er t han 15 years experience of market leader mot ion forecast solution March 28, 2018 Slide 16

11 Why to Choose A Total Integrated Solution? Benef it s f or Owner - User Experience Uniform look and feel for all ABB systems Fast access to key information Quick and easy way of navigating the mimics without loosing the overview Boosting operator s situation awareness and correct response Harmonic and hierarchical layout Day, high contrast and night color palettes

12 Why to Choose A Total Integrated Solution? Power & Propulsion & Automation Integration Synergies for Shipyard Int erf aces bet ween MSB, PMS, Propulsion Drives, Azipod XO and Aut omat ion Approx. 1500IO s are engineered, t est ed and pre-commissioned in-house by ABB For t he yard t his means: Additional Benefits: Significant Risk, Resource and Time reductions in integration work for electrical and automation system Reduced cabling and minimized installation effort due to IEC61850 connectivity Shortened commissioning time and sea trials PMS integrated in Automation For this scope estimated interface between standalone PMS and IAS approx. 600 IOs Multisystem integration utilized E.g. Propulsion Drive Control and IAS approx. 200IOs Single point of contact during project execution with highly experienced project management Changes required by class will be ABB s responsibility Simplified time synchronization. Alarms from propulsion, power and automation with exact time stamping