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© DITF Denkendorf, 2015
MoVA – Demo System
Use Case: Networks for Manufacturing
June 2015
© DITF Denkendorf, Thomas Fische...
© DITF Denkendorf, 2015 2
Use Case – Introduction
• Network management requires to find suppliers (single
companies or clu...
© DITF Denkendorf, 2015 3
System Objects
(required)
MoVA - Data Model of the Demo
Supplier
Asset
Domain Entity
Requirement...
© DITF Denkendorf, 2015 4
Use Case – Ontology
• The ontology has two types of hierarchical relations between
domain keywor...
© DITF Denkendorf, 2015 5
MoVA – Ontology Model
Exhaust System
MountingCatalyst
Catalytic
Converter
PipeTime
Management
We...
© DITF Denkendorf, 2015 6
Suppliers and Assets
• A supplier company may have various assets, i.e.
manufacturing units
• An...
© DITF Denkendorf, 2015 7
Requirements and Search
• A requirement is a link to an domain keyword and represents
the need (...
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Fitman webinar 2015 09-21 Advanced Management of Virtualized Assets (MoVA)

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A webinar on the Advanced Management of Virtualized Assets (MoVA) developed in FITMAN project. FITMAN-MoVA is aiming to support Virtual Factories (VF) in intuitively generating, composing, and transforming virtual representations of in-/ tangible assets (VAaaS) within Manufacturing Ecosystems.
Design and implementation of an intuitive user-centric graphical interface for dynamic discovery and flexible composition of Virtualized in-/ tangible Assets (as a Service) targeting at team building applications as well as advances in production networks. Presented by Thomas Fischer from DITF Denkendorf

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Fitman webinar 2015 09-21 Advanced Management of Virtualized Assets (MoVA)

  1. 1. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 MoVA – Demo System Use Case: Networks for Manufacturing June 2015 © DITF Denkendorf, Thomas Fischer thomasvfischer@ditf-mr-denkendorf.de 1
  2. 2. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 2 Use Case – Introduction • Network management requires to find suppliers (single companies or clusters of companies) able to manufacture required goods, in the example automotive parts. • A supplier may have more than one asset (production unit). • The domain is modelled as an ontology of keywords. These keywords are linked to the assets and are used to define requirements. • A tender or an opportunity may comprise a number of requirements.
  3. 3. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 3 System Objects (required) MoVA - Data Model of the Demo Supplier Asset Domain Entity Requirement consists of has keyword has keyword Opportunity comprises Facilitator Person Role manages consists of has
  4. 4. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 4 Use Case – Ontology • The ontology has two types of hierarchical relations between domain keywords – Parts: decomposition of a system in subsystem – Work: decomposition of a system in processes • Both relations have a numerical value [0, 1] representing the importance or significance of a subsystem
  5. 5. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 5 MoVA – Ontology Model Exhaust System MountingCatalyst Catalytic Converter PipeTime Management Welding Bracket Importance: 0,2 Type: work Importance: 0,8 Type: parts
  6. 6. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 6 Suppliers and Assets • A supplier company may have various assets, i.e. manufacturing units • An asset is evaluated subjectively by the facilitator (network manager) in terms of its capability: – Cost: how pricy are the manufactured parts: low – medium – high – Quality: how good are the parts manufactured: low – medium - high – Capacity: how high is the capacity of the asset (delivery time): low – medium – high
  7. 7. © DITF Denkendorf, 2015 7 Requirements and Search • A requirement is a link to an domain keyword and represents the need (e.g. a tender). • The search for single suppliers or clusters of suppliers is based on the ontology. Example: Either a supplier for Catalytic Converters is found (level 0) or two suppliers, one for catalysts, one doing the mounting (level 1) • The search can be specified in terms of the three capabilities – Quality – Cost – Capacity MountingCatalyst Catalytic Converter

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