COMPOSITION | Ecosystem for Collaborative Manufacturing Processes _ Intra- and Interfactory Integration and Automation
Lessons learned Comments (Docker, MQTT, AMQP). Deciding on the deployment and communication platforms has made test deployment and integration work easier to manage. 2.
The project contributes to the Industrial Ontology Foundry with a Supply Chain use case (CERTH/ITI) and a Predictive Maintenance (ATL) use case. Members of the consortium are participating in the WG-Maintenance.
Partner TNI-UCC is also contributing to standardisation activities.
Open standards will be favoured and special consideration will be taken to the ones already supported by stakeholder products. The COMPOSITION project will constantly keep an eye on emerging standards for IoT interoperability (e.g. OGC SensorThings API), which are for sure a key enabler for the IIMS framework. In general, platform will be compatible with many already existing standards so that new starndard-compatible plants can be easily added.
Digital Factory Model IIComment:
During the first stages of the Task 3.2 a thoroughanalysis of the existing well-known standards related to manufacturing, sensors, buildings and process modellinghas been conducted. Chapter 5 in this deliverable describes in short the results of this analysis by presenting the standards which selected as the best candidates to be used in DFM schema’s implementation. Many of them finally were selected for the DFM design. Before introducing thestate of the art review, worthy of mention are languages and formats used by existing standards of Digital Factory modelling.
Connectors for Inter-factory Interoperability and Logistics IIComment:
The negotiation is enabled by COMPOSITION eXchange Language, a language derived from FIPA ACL standard. This language provide high flexibility thanks to a large set of action and the description of the message content by means of custom ontologies.