Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

S. Biffl, J. Musil, A. Musil, K. Meixner, A. Lüder, F. Rinker, D. Weyns, D. Winkler:
"An Industry 4.0 Asset-Based Coordination Artifact for Production Systems Engineering";
Talk: 23rd IEEE International Conference on Business Informatics, Dolomites, South Tyrol; 2021-09-01 - 2021-09-03; in: "IEEE International Conference on Business Informatics (CBI)", IEEE, (2021), ISBN: 978-1-6654-2069-3; 92 - 101.

English abstract:
In Cyber-Physical Production System (CPPS) engineering, domain experts design assets like products, production
processes, and resources. However, the representation of dependencies between assets in heterogeneous engineering artifacts, like
system plans, models, and tool data, is insufficient to coordinate
engineering activities, like changes to shared asset properties,
as it increases the risk of unplanned rework and project
delay. While Industry 4.0 (I4.0) assets, defined in RAMI 4.0,
allow representing multi-disciplinary views on assets, it remains
open how to leverage this capability to coordinate changes in
CPPS engineering. In this paper, we introduce the ProductProcess-Resource Asset Network (PAN) coordination artifact, a
knowledge graph based on I4.0 assets. We argue that the PAN
coordination artifact fosters an explicit representation of change
dependencies and engineering knowledge, improving capabilities
for coordinating changes efficiently. In a feasibility study, we
investigate the coordination capabilities of a PAN that represents
change dependencies on a typical robot work cell in automotive
manufacturing. Results show that the PAN provides effective
capabilities for identifying risky assets for re-validation after

Industry 4.0, asset, asset administration shell, coordination artifact, cyber-physical system, knowledge graph

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