Thesis

Smart Manufacturing Systems: Model-Driven Integration of ERP and MOM

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  • Austrian Council for Research and Technology Development
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... There is a workflow of [29] for editing a single model in two distinct engineering tools, one based on IEC 62264 information, the other one based on AML data. As [29] explains an alignment of AML, ISA-95 and REA exists as in Figure 3.16 shown. ...
... There is a workflow of [29] for editing a single model in two distinct engineering tools, one based on IEC 62264 information, the other one based on AML data. As [29] explains an alignment of AML, ISA-95 and REA exists as in Figure 3.16 shown. More is explained later in Section 4.3 see CAEX (1) Instance Hierarchy, (2) System Unit Classes Library, and (3) Role Class Library. ...
... The research by [29] The SAP-author explains for Figure E.3: "... SAP's AAS Service will be used to integrate assets, which speaks the Industrie 4.0 AAS language, into business processes. But AAS is not meant to replace existing or upcoming standards. ...
Thesis
Industry 4.0 currently has the task of standardizing and transparently demonstrating the digital transformation in the European context so that the economy can learn from it and derive new added value. As concrete goals the following are worth mentioning for this work: (i) MES systems must change to MOM systems according to RAMI4.0 and ISA-95, (ii) ’Plug&Produce’ should be made possible, (iii) industrial communication should be handled with the I4.0 language as an open standard. For the real demonstration of Part 3 for the Administration Shell, for the realizations of the Plattform Industrie 4.0, primarily OPC UA Frameworks and intelligent I4.0 components are needed, i.e. assets with networked Administration Shells. MOM stands for Manufacturing Operations Management and is a universal framework based on ISA-95 for the extension of an MES in the direction of IIoT. One of the aims of MOM is to move away from ’execution’ (centralized control) from the term MES to ’production optimization through intelligent control’ (managed decentralized control). This thesis contributes to the networked Administration Shell and shows how ISA-95 and its MOM framework can be extended by Administration Shells and vice versa to achieve a consistent solution for interoperability as a distributed MOM system for Industry 4.0. This work makes a concrete proposal on how existing standards from RAMI4.0 can be used more extensively to create a framework for networked manufacturing components in the Industry 4.0.
Chapter
Digital representations of top floor entities are inherent in higher level software suites such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems or manufacturing execution systems (MESs). Typical implementations utilise proprietary conceptual models that lead to a plethora of both import and export filters between different systems. In this chapter we will highlight the modelling of top floor entities by adopting international standards and discussing arising interoperability issues. With the selected standards, we outline an approach for vertical integration between the ERP and MES levels as well as horizontal integration among organisations in a value added network. We complement our structural, model-based and data-driven perspective with business process stencils that are to be customised to specific business case needs. With that, we establish a purely model-based perspective on the coupling of top floor internal and external data exchange matters.
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