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What Are the New Requirements for IT Standards
to Enable Smart Factories?
The manufacturing industry is being challenged by digital transformation. The Internet of Things (IoT) and Model-Based
Engineering (MBE) will play a crucial role in the design,
fabrication and maintenance of complex products. MBE will be
critical in understanding the underlying systems' complexity and
connecting the required modeling methodologies and tools.
The OMG Information Day on "Internet of
Things and Model Based Engineering in Manufacturing" will
focus on the requirements for standards that Industrie 4.0 and Smart
Manufacturing strategies bring to the data infrastructure as
manufacturing transforms from building complex products to complete
The concepts of Industrie 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing will
enable the development and production of complex systems (sometimes
called cyber-physical systems). They will also raise new challenges
for interoperability of the IT infrastructure needed to support this
evolution. The added complexity will increasingly require the use of
Model-Based Engineering (MBE) methods and technologies to design,
build and manage the interconnected systems. The specification of IT
standards and the development of MBE tools and methodologies is a
kind of pre-competitive grease to support manufacturing
collaboration and coopetition.
The role of Object
Management Group® (OMG®), and specifically the
Manufacturing Technology and Industrial Systems Domain Task Force
(ManTIS DTF), is to foster the development of technologies and
standards in support of interoperability of manufacturing systems.
ManTIS closely cooperates in this regard with the International
Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), GfSE (the German chapter of
INCOSE), and the Systems Engineering Domain Special Interest Group
(SE DSIG) of the OMG.
The objective of this full-day event is to discuss
joint interests between formerly disconnected organizations in this
area and to initiate activities to solve our common problems.
Attendees will learn about developments and strategies in support of
complex system manufacturing and will help formulate requirements in
conjunction with key industrial players, organizations and consortia
such as the Industrial
Internet Consortium® (IIC™),
iViP, and the
Industrie 4.0 (PI40). In a concluding panel we
will discuss the need for action and joint activities.
Throughout this day-long event you will find ample opportunities to
meet and network with speakers, panelists, task force chairs and
your fellow attendees during refreshment breaks, luncheon and an
evening cocktail reception at the hotel, all included in the
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