Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Lüder, A. Behnert, F. Rinker, S. Biffl:
"Generating Industry 4.0 Asset Administration Shells with Data from Engineering Data Logistics";
Talk: 25th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), Vienna, Austria; 2020-09-08 - 2020-09-11; in: "Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA)", IEEE, (2020), 867 - 874.

English abstract:
Advanced production systems, for example in the
European automotive or steel industries, incorporate Industry
4.0 defined structures based on Industry 4.0 components and
their asset administration shells. Several development and
standardization initiatives define structures, behavior patterns,
meta models, etc. These initiatives assume the Industry 4.0 asset
administration shell (I4.0AAS) as a digital twin of the Industry
4.0 component to contain all relevant engineering and runtime
data. However, there is only limited discussion on how to collect
and represent these data effectively and efficiently. In this
paper, we discuss the collection and representation of
engineering data as part of the I4.0AAS. We introduce the
I4.0AAS completion method to facilitate the collection of the
I4.0AAS engineering data set and its export to an I4.0AAS
serialization. In the multi-disciplinary engineering of
production systems, the I4.0AAS completion method builds on
the AutomationML standard and on the data logistics between
engineering workgroups. We evaluate the I4.0AAS completion
method in a feasibility study with an I4.0 measurement cell.

Production system engineering, engineering network, engineering data logistics, Industry 4.0 components management shell, AutomationML

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