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ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum
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ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum

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ARC's Greg Gorbach's Standards-based Interoperability Presentation at ARC's 2008 Industry Forum in Orlando, FL.

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  • 1. Standards-based Interoperability: An Update February 2008 Greg Gorbach Vice President ARC Advisory Group ggorbach@arcweb.com
  • 2. 3 © ARC Advisory Group Leading Manufacturers Connect P2B Source: ARC Survey of Manufacturers, 2007 Using Piloting or Implementing Exploring 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Followers Competitors Leaders Roll-up Info From Multiple Plants 0% 50% 100% Followers Competitors Leaders Integration Technology 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Followers Competitors Leaders SOA for Manufacturing 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Followers Competitors Leaders P2B Business Process Synchronization
  • 3. 4 © ARC Advisory Group Standards-Based P2B Interoperability A Brief Review of Activities  Early Key Events • Users trigger SAP interest: • 2003, 2004 - Process, Discrete Workshops • ISA/OAGi agreement signed: end 2005  User Meetings at ARC Forum: February 2006 • Interested in standards convergence, esp. P2B • Need short time frame: 1 year • Standards groups ready to step up  Customer Advisory Council and Guideline Working Group formed: Feb/Mar 2006
  • 4. 5 © ARC Advisory Group Creating P2B Interoperability Proactive Groups Spark Standards Convergence These Groups Formed in February/March 2006
  • 5. 6 © ARC Advisory Group Standards Convergence Status – February 2007  A methodology has been developed for creating ISA content in OAGIS  The OAGi Board of Directors has agreed to express the ISA-95 data model in OAGIS, and BODs are being created  ISA-95 has been improved with: • UN/CEFACT Core Components (ongoing) • OAGIS BOD messaging, nouns, verbs, etc.  B2MMLv4 supports ISA-95 object structures by themselves or wrapped in an OAGIS-style transaction container
  • 6. 7 © ARC Advisory Group Two ISA-95 Implementations: Status – February 2007  B2MML • Supports UN/CEFACT core components using OAGIS core component schema • Implemented ISA-95 transactions as subset of OAGIS transactions • Extensions permit inclusion of OAGIS components in B2MML documents  OAGIS • OAGi Board of Directors authorized incorporating the ISA SP-95 Data Model into the OAGIS standard • BODs based on the ISA-SP95 data model are being developed (starting with Production Performance and Production Schedule) • Users can map back and forth from OAGIS to B2MML by closely aligning some of their messages to the B2MML implementation.
  • 7. 8 © ARC Advisory Group Current Status - February 2008  Both Customer Advisory Council and Manufacturing Interoperability Guideline Working Group No Longer Active  OpenO&M continuing standards collaboration activities  OAGi (OAGIS BODS) and WBF (B2MML) Implementations of ISA95 Are Proceeding in Parallel
  • 8. 11 © ARC Advisory Group OAGI and ISA95  OAGIS Release 9.2 includes the new ISA-95 based BODs  Target Release Date: February 1, 2008
  • 9. 12 © ARC Advisory Group ISA S-95 Production Schedule Model Personnel Requirement Equipment Requirement Material Produced Requirement Personnel Model Equipment Model Material Model Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in May contain 0..n 0..n0..n0..n 1..n Personnel Requirement Property Equipment Requirement Property Material Produced Requirement Property 1..n 1..n 1..n Production Schedule Process Parameter Material Consumed Requirement Corresponds to element in 0..n Material Consumed Requirement Property 1..n Consumable Expected 0..n Consumable Expected Property 1..n Segment Requirement 1..n Is made up of Is made up of Is associated to either Product Production Rule Requested Segment Response Corresponds to a Corresponds to a Production Parameter Production Request 0..n Process Segment Product Parameter Personnel Requirement Equipment Requirement Material Produced Requirement Personnel Model Personnel Model Equipment Model Equipment Model Material Model Material Model Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in May contain 0..n 0..n0..n0..n 1..n Personnel Requirement Property Equipment Requirement Property Material Produced Requirement Property 1..n 1..n 1..n Production Schedule Process Parameter Material Consumed Requirement Corresponds to element in 0..n Material Consumed Requirement Property 1..n Consumable Expected 0..n Consumable Expected Property 1..n Segment Requirement 1..n Is made up of Is made up of Is associated to either Product Production Rule Requested Segment Response Corresponds to a Corresponds to a Production Parameter Production Request 0..n Process Segment Product Parameter
  • 10. 13 © ARC Advisory Group OAGIS Production Schedule BOD (Draft) Copyright © 1995 - 2007 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved
  • 11. 14 © ARC Advisory Group ISA S-95 Production Performance Model Personnel Actual Equipment Actual Material Produced Actual Production Data Personnel Model Equipment Model Material Model Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in May contain 0..n 0..n0..n0..n 1..n Personnel Actual Property Equipment Actual Property Material Produced Actual Property 1..n 1..n 1..n Production Performance Production Response Material Consumed Actual Corresponds to element in 0..n Material Consumed Actual Property 1..n Consumable Actual 0..n Consumable Actual Property 1..n Segment Response 1..n Is made up of Is made up of Process Segment Corresponds to a Personnel Actual Equipment Actual Material Produced Actual Production Data Personnel Model Equipment Model Material Model Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in Corresponds to element in May contain 0..n 0..n0..n0..n 1..n Personnel Actual Property Equipment Actual Property Material Produced Actual Property 1..n 1..n 1..n Production Performance Production Response Material Consumed Actual Corresponds to element in 0..n Material Consumed Actual Property 1..n Consumable Actual 0..n Consumable Actual Property 1..n Segment Response 1..n Is made up of Is made up of Process Segment Corresponds to a
  • 12. 15 © ARC Advisory Group OAGIS Production Performance BOD (Draft) Copyright © 1995 - 2007 Open Applications Group, Inc. All rights reserved
  • 13. 16 © ARC Advisory Group Ongoing Collaboration  OAGi is building the ISA-95 Data Model into the OAGIS standard to provide a broader solution for OAGIS users.  OAGIS is sharing their data model with ISA- 95  With BODs based on the ISA-95 data model, the user can more easily map between OAGIS and B2MML.
  • 14. 18 © ARC Advisory Group WBF B2MML  B2MML v04 is the latest version  Many enhancements improve alignment between B2MML and OAGIS 9.0  For example: • B2MML is designed to implement a subset of the OAGiS 9.0 message rules that are consistent with the ISA 95 Part 5 definitions. The B2MML ApplicationArea and verb elements are subsets of the full OAGIS 9.0 specifications, with minor differences. • In order to be consistent with the OAGIS message transaction format, a change was made to use the UN/CEFACT core component types as the base types for all elements. Source: WBF.
  • 15. 19 © ARC Advisory Group Thank You. For more information, contact the author at ggorbach@arcweb.com or visit our web pages at www.arcweb.com

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