Please join us in
La Jolla, CA on Dec. 10, 2015, from
8:30 am until noon for a closer look at how OMG standards are
shaping the Industrial Internet of Things. Continental breakfast
will be offered.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is delivering improved
productivity, major cost savings, and streamlined processes to
professionals from all industries. OMG has been active in IIoT
standardization from long before "IIoT" became an industry
buzzword. This half-day information session looks at several
important areas where OMG standards are proving integral to IIoT
efforts around the globe. Industry experts will share case studies
of these standards at work in the industrial internet, and present
their vision of the future within this rapidly growing field.
Service for Real-Time Systems (DDS)
OMG's Data-Distribution Service for Real-Time Systems (DDS)
standard provides a protocol that meets the demanding
scalability, performance, and Quality of Service
requirements of IIoT applications spanning connected
machines, enterprise systems, and mobile devices. DDS is
deployed world-wide on platforms ranging from low-power,
low-footprint devices to Cloud servers. It supports
efficient bandwidth usage and flexible real-time system
integration for the agile orchestration of system
components, while simultaneously providing a global data
space for data analytics. Case studies by leading DDS
vendors will illustrate this standard's real-world
application as the cornerstone of the IIoT.
Modeling Language (SysML)
SysML is a dialect of the Unified Modeling Language (UML)
standard, and supports the specification, analysis, design,
verification and validation of a broad range of systems and
systems-of-systems. These systems may include hardware,
software, information, processes, personnel, and facilities.
With the complexity of IIoT Systems, SysML is a valuable
tool for looking at the system on an abstract and holistic
Flow Modeling Language (IFML)
IFML is designed for
expressing the content, user interaction and control
behavior of the front-end of applications. Its use in
modeling the front end of software applications perfectly
complements other modeling dimensions in broad system
modeling projects - including complex systems found in the
Industrial Internet of Things.
Assurance (SysA) and Software Quality (CISQ)
The rapid development of truly global machine-to-machine
interoperability also brings with it the threat of
cyber-attacks and data theft on a previously unimaginable
scale. Poorly-secured IIoT systems could pose an existential
threat to the industries that deploy them. OMG's Systems
Assurance Task Force (SysA TF) works on standards that
ensure the reliability, safety and security of IIoT systems.
Leading practitioners in the field will present a
state-of-the-practice look at current issues in risk
management and security assurance, describing the OMG
standards and initiatives that will help the Industrial
Internet of Things deliver on its promise without succumbing
to the threats it faces.