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The Reference Architecture Model RAMI 4.0 and the Industrie 4.0 component

Roland Heidel, Martin Hankel, Michael Hoffmeister and Udo Döbrich

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Roland Heidel, Martin Hankel, Michael Hoffmeister, Udo Döbrich, DIN e. V.(Hg.), The Reference Architecture Model RAMI 4.0 and the Industrie 4.0 component (2019), VDE Verlag, Berlin, ISBN: 9783800749928

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Mit dem Referenzarchitekturmodell Industrie 4.0 (RAMI4.0) werden erstmalig unterschiedliche Aspekte in einem gemeinsamen Modell zusammengeführt (Kommunikationslayer, Lebenszyklus von Anlagen beziehungsweise Produkten sowie Automatisierungs- und IT-Ebene). Mit diesem Werk erhält der Leser erstmals eine Zusammenfassung verschiedener Dokumente zum Thema Industrie 4.0: sozusagen einen roten Faden, der die Inhalte dieser Dokumente zueinander in Beziehung setzt. Das Buch vermittelt die technischen Grundlagen zur Realisierung von Industrie 4.0-Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken, in denen Gegenstände der physischen Welt gemäß Referenzarchitekturmodell Industrie 4.0 (RAMI 4.0) für ihre Verwendung in der Informationswelt als I4.0-Komponenten beschrieben werden.

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Table of content

  • The Reference Architecture Model RAMI 4.0 and the Industrie 4.0 component
  • Impressum
  • Table of contents
  • About the authors
  • Foreword
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Positioning Industrie 4.0
  • 3 Requirements for a reference architecture model for Industrie 4.0
  • 3.1 Characteristics of a reference architecture model
  • 3.2 General requirements within Industrie 4.0
  • 3.3 The current state of technology
  • 3.4 Scenario: The versatile factory
  • 4 The Property principle
  • 4.1 Describing the physical world and the information world
  • 4.2 Properties in Industrie 4.0
  • 5 Aspects of an asset in Industrie 4.0
  • 5.1 Basic considerations
  • 5.2 Presentation and communication ability
  • 6 The Reference Architecture Model for Industrie 4.0 (RAMI 4.0)
  • 6.1 Background
  • 6.2 The Life cycle & Value Stream axis
  • 6.3 The Hierarchy axis (allocation)
  • 6.4 The Architecture axis ( layers )
  • 6.5 Example of a servo-hydraulic axis using the architectural layers of RAMI 4.0
  • 7 The application of RAMI 4.0 in value-added networks
  • 7.1 Value streams: Different perspectives
  • 7.2 Data and information: Different perspectives
  • 8 Reflecting the physical world in the information world
  • 8.1 Object worlds
  • 8.2 Fundamentals of the reflection process
  • 8.3 Identifiers
  • 9 The I4.0 component
  • 9.1 Motivation for a reference model
  • 9.2 The fundamental concept of the I4.0 component
  • 9.3 Scope of the I4.0 component
  • 9.4 Digital representation of an administration shell
  • 9.5 Dynamically connecting I4.0 components
  • 9.6 Which information elements should the administration shell include?
  • 9.7 The format of standardized properties
  • 9.8 Implementation of data elements as properties
  • 9.9 Standardized functions
  • 9.10 Submodels group the information and functions of an I4.0 component
  • 9.11 Identifiers for the different elements of the I4.0 component
  • 9.12 The general structure of the (asset) administration shell
  • 9.13 Example of a submodel
  • 9.14 Designing the I4.0 component
  • 9.15 The design process for a system comprising I4.0 components
  • 10 Asset compounds and relationship complexes
  • 10.1 Cooperation
  • 10.2 Relationships
  • 10.3 Asset compounds
  • 10.4 Examples of asset compounds
  • 10.5 Asset compounds: Aggregation and details
  • 10.6 Diagram of cooperation
  • 10.7 A uniform language (grammar) for cooperation
  • 11 Connectivity
  • 11.1 Service-orientation
  • 11.2 Interaction models for I4.0 components
  • 12 Security
  • 12.1 Identifiers and identities
  • 12.2 Security (process) as an asset
  • 13 Standards and standardization
  • 13.1 The need for standardization
  • 13.2 Standardizing properties
  • 14 Criteria for Industrie 4.0 products
  • 14.1 General
  • 14.2 Outlook
  • Bibliography
  • Bibliography of standards and technical rules
  • Index

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