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Smart Factory: ICT Requirements

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IT requirements of the smart factories are presented.

See also the paper: http://dmpe.github.io/PapersAndArticles/ICTRequirementsOfSmartFactories/

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Smart Factory: ICT Requirements

  1. 1. Smart Factory - ICT Requirements S. Klett, D. Petrov, G. Sathya, M. Altstadt, L. Sundari Nürnberg, 15.02.2016
  2. 2. Agenda History of Industry 4.0 Definitions Opportunities and Challenges ICT Requirements ICT in Smart Factories IT Systems in Smart Factories Smart Factory - Today and Tomorrow
  3. 3. History of Industry 4.0 1st Mechanization, water power, steam power 2nd Mass production, assembly line, electricity 3rd Computer and automation 4th Cyber Physical Systems
  4. 4. Definitions Internet of Things Cyber-Physical Systems Smart Factory
  5. 5. Management View Technical View Opportunities and Challenges of Smart Factories
  6. 6. Challenges • Competition for scare human talent • Limited resources (physical, financial etc.) • Risk management Opportunities • Flexibility & Efficiency & Individualization of production • Shorter product development • Increased world-wide competitiveness Management View
  7. 7. Challenges • Complexity, scalability, stability… • Security (& Privacy) • Permanent reliance on technolog Opportunities • Opening of new markets & businesses • Advancing the state of IT tech. (both SW & HW) Technical View
  8. 8. ! Software ! Middleware Hardware • Software • Applications (BI, Management Systems etc.) • Middleware • Networks (WiFi, BT-LE, RFID, M2M etc.) • Hardware • Identification & Location of any objects ICT Requirements
  9. 9. ICT in Smart Factories - Information Landscape Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture Business Logistics System Manufacturing and Operations Systems Control Systems Intelligent Devices Physical Process Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Level 0
  10. 10. ICT in Smart Factories - Information Landscape Generation Collection Storage Retrieval Control Learning Analysis Transformation Sensors Cloud based data collection systems Big data cloud storage Data retrieval systems Data mining systems Predictive analytics systems Artificial intelligence Rapid response systems Visualization Information Learning Systems
  11. 11. ICT in Smart Factories - Information Landscape Challenges • Veracity • Variety • Velocity • Volume
  12. 12. ICT in Smart Factories - Information Landscape Business Benefits
  13. 13. ICT in Smart Factories - Communication Enterprise Level Control Level Device Level Sensor Level
  14. 14. ICT in Smart Factories - Communication
  15. 15. ICT in Smart Factories - Technology Challenges • Data Integrity • Security • Performance • Cyber-Physical Bond • GPS Dot • Real time location systems • Networking - Profinet • Big Data - Cloud Computing • Protocols - IPv6 • GPS Mapping systems
  16. 16. Manufacturing Excution Systems (MES) Production Systems (Shop Floor) MES ERP • MESA model • ISA-95 • VDI 5600 • .... no leading standard
  17. 17. Service-oriented Architecture (SOA)
  18. 18. ERP and MES in the Smart Factory Production Systems (Shop Floor) + integrated MES module(s) ERP Production Systems (Shop Floor) MES + integrated Industry 4.0 module(s) ERP
  19. 19. Smart Factory - IT System Integration further research and practical experience needed dependent on existing IT infrastructure and strategy Companies might consider to wait for a global standard
  20. 20. Smart ICT Factory: Where it stands today SIEMENS Smart Factory Collaborative Robots Additive Manufacturing
  21. 21. Future Scope of Smart Factory's Research #1 Collaborative Work between Professional and Machines #2 Regulatory Framework #3 Resources Efficiency
  22. 22. Thank You for Listening!

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