In the Internet of Things and Services, things will not only communicate with each other, but also cooperate with each other. Industrie 4.0 as part of the Internet of Things and Services places the “thing”, called “asset” in the reference architecture model Industry 4.0 (RAMI4.0), at the center of the methodology. Based on RAMI4.0, the seminar describes the most important boundary conditions for mapping objects of the physical world in the information world and explains the concept of the I4.0 component that can be realized with it. The seminar concludes with an overview of the activities of the platform project “Industrie 4.0”, important documents, relevant standards and achieved or expected future results.
The seminar is a one-day event. It is aimed at all decision-makers, product developers, plant planners and operators from the world of automation technology as well as from classical information technology in the shop floor and office floor who are concerned with questions about Industrie 4.0.
- Knowledge of data technology is not a must!
Contents of the seminar (in German or English)
- Plattform Industrie 4.0
- Reference Architecture Model Industrie 4.0 (RAMI 4.0) for the description of an object
- Object / thing in Industrie 4.0
- Industrie 4.0 Component
- Individual aspects, available documents, criteria for Industrie 4.0 – Product compatibility, standards
- Per participant: 99,- Euro (minimum 10 participants) plus VAT
- In-house one-day seminar: 990,- Euro plus VAT
- Please contact us, if there are no dates on the homepage – we are also happy to organize in-house seminars
Eur. Roland Heidel has been active in standardization for over 30 years. Until mid-2015, he worked as a Siemens employee developing the I4.0 concept and the RAMI4.0 reference architecture. For many years, he was chairman of the central automation standards committee IEC TC65 “Industrial Process Measurement and Control”, speaker of the industry 4.0 platform working group Reference Architecture, Standardization and Standardization and speaker of the associated mirror committee in the ZVEI. In addition, he was editor of the reference architecture DIN SPEC 91345, published as a standard document, which was adopted in December 2016 in English as IEC PAS 63088.