An approach to use PERA in Enterprise Modeling for industrial systems
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Enterprise-manufacturing systems integration requires a methodology to maintain overall life cycle of production system
PERA can be a possible solution

Tools and standardized data interchange formats are required to support the use of the methodology
ISA-95 & B2MML are suitable implementations

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  • Our objective is to make the process of implementing enterprise systems a little more understandable and predictable. We believe this can be accomplished by applying several basic principles that relate to any enterprise. According to PERA`s wiki, here the major industries means the projects cover a few million dollars. PERA can be used in medium and small size industries, like fastory line or the use case FESTO line, the work flow certainly won`t change, but the phases might be collapsed.
  • So, today we introduce ……

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  • 1. An approach to use PERA inEnterprise Modeling for industrialsystems•Date: Octoer, 2012 Conference: 38th Annual Conference of•Linked to: AESOP the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Title of the paper: An approach to use PERA in Enterprise Modeling for industrial systems Authors: Dazhuang He, Andrei Lobov,Contact information Luis E. Gonzalez Moctezuma , Jose L. Martinez LastraTampere University of Technology,FAST Laboratory,P.O. Box 600,FIN-33101 Tampere, If you would like to receive a reprint ofFinland the original paper, please contact usEmail: fast@tut.fiwww.tut.fi/fast
  • 2. An approach to use PERA in Enterprise Modeling for industrial systems Authors: Dazhuang He, Andrei Lobov, Luis E. Gonzalez Moctezuma , Jose L. Martinez Lastra Tampere University of Technology Factory Automation Systems and Technology Lab IECON 2012, Montreal, Canada 25-28.10.2012
  • 3. Outline• Motivation• Problem domain• GERAM & PERA• ISA 95 & B2MML• Approach• Implementation• Conclusions 17.01.13 3
  • 4. Motivation Integrate business level with factory floor •How to get a model in a systemized way? •What standards/tools map to that model? •Towards integration Source: modified from 17.01.13 4 http://www.eohmm.co.za
  • 5. CIM Computer IntegratedManufacturing• Computer automated system to organize and link high level and low level information/functions: – design, analysis, planning, purchasing, cost accounting, inventory control, and distribution – Material handling, actuators control and monitoring 17.01.13 5
  • 6. Enterprise Modelling• Abstract representation of resources in an enterprise. – Description – Definition – Relations – Structure – Processes• Models needed for: – Decision taking, integration 17.01.13 6
  • 7. GERAM—Generalised EnterpriseReference Architecture andMethodology• Tool used for enterprise modelling• Developed in 1990s by IFAC/IFIP Task Force on Architectures for Enterprise Integration• Collects frameworks for enterprise integration and provides a generic version
  • 8. GERAM framework components 17.01.13 8
  • 9. PERA, Purdue Enterprise ReferenceArchitecture• PERA is a GERAM, a Generalized Enterprise Reference Architectural Model.• Represents an enterprise system as a model• Designed for Process, Manufacturing and Services Industries• Goes through the full life cycle of the system.• Facilitates decisions in planning, integration• Proposed to be an international standard
  • 10. PERA components• Main components in an enterprise: – Physical plant (facilities) – People – Control and information systems Source: www.pera.net 17.01.13 10
  • 11. PERA Lifecycle model Source: www.pera.net 17.01.13 11
  • 12. PERAEnterprise Master planning Source: www.pera.net 17.01.13 12
  • 13. ISA-95• Interfaces between business and factory floor• Boost integration between ERP and MES• For all industries: batch, continuous, discrete• Consistent terminology• Defines levels, functions, information flow, data models. 17.01.13 13
  • 14. ISA-95 levels 17.01.13 14
  • 15. ISA-95: Exchangedinformation and data models• Defines information exchanged between level 4 and level 3• Provides data models• UML class diagrams notation 17.01.13 15
  • 16. B2MLL Business ToManufacturing MarkupLanguage• Implementation of ISA-95• XML Schema Definition (xsd) 17.01.13 16
  • 17. Business Level Approach ISA-95 toolFactory floor PERA ISA-95 standard
  • 18. Implementation: PERA model 17.01.13 18
  • 19. Implementation:ISA-95 UML model 17.01.13 19
  • 20. Implementation: ISA-95conversion tool 17.01.13 20
  • 21. Implementation:B2MML compliant XML 17.01.13 21
  • 22. Conclusions• Enterprise-manufacturing systems integration requires a methodology to maintain overall life cycle of production system PERA can be a possible solution• Tools and standardized data interchange formats are required to support the use of the methodology ISA-95 & B2MML are suitable implementations 17.01.13 22