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LinkedDesign

Linked

Knowledge in Manufacturing, Engineering and Design
for Next
-
Generation Production



Dimitris Kiritsis

dimitris.kiritsis@epfl.ch

http://www.linkeddesign.eu/

Linked Design

STANDARDS

OPPORTUNITY

IMS ACTIVITY

PARTICIPANTS



Relevant product information is too often scattered in different
(often unstructured) formats and locations making data retrieval
tedious and error
-
prone.


A single point of entry for all relevant product information
-
independent of its format, location or originator and the phase
of the product lifecycle in which the information is created
-

is
clearly missing in current IT landscapes.


Moreover, implicit (new) information which could be derived
from existing information by embracing its mutual relationships
and interdependencies remains invisible

To create an international IMS community to develop, test,
deploy, promulgate, adopt and maintain semantic standards to
link engineering knowledge for product design to manufacturing


Within LinkedDesign, the information presented to the user is
more than the sum of the aggregated source information.


For this reason, LinkedDesign must not be a platform which only
pulls information from various sources, but it will integrate push
mechanisms and other bidirectional integration approaches to
the source system as well.



Rutgers
-

US



KAIST
-

KOR





SAP


EU BIBA


EU



EPFL


CH



POLIMI


EU



Holonix



EU



VW
-

EU



COMAU


EU



AKER
-

NOR



Promise
-
Innovation


EU



Capgemini



EU

L
inked
E
ngineering & M
A
nufacturing
P
latform

LEAP

CAx

Systems

Manufacturing

Systems

The

Web

CAx

Systems

File Systems:

Images, Text, etc.

Data
-

bases

Wrapper

Wrapper

Wrapper

Wrapper

Wrapper

Manufacturing

Systems

Engineers, Designers, Marketing Experts, etc.

Data Integration

Web
-
scale identity resolution, schema & object matching

LinkedDesign Knowledge Network

Semantic Network based on linked data modeling as single logic view on data, information &
knowledge

Knowledge Exploitation

Engineering & manufacturing specific

data analysis

Automated Design

Automated extraction of para
-
meters, rules and constraints for
the product & process design

LinkedDesign Front
-
end

Context
-
driven data access, collaboration support

FP 7 Project Research Topics

Users of LEAP

IMS LinkedDesign MTP


Project Work Packages

WP 2

WP 5

WP 3

WP 4

WP1

Define
Target
Standards

Standardisation

Workshops

Standards

Maintenance

Industrial

Deployment

Industrial

Testing

LinkedDesign IMS Project WP1


Project Definition Phase


During
this activity the core
consortium will be
built


The
main already existing
standards that will be targeted
during the works will be checked
and defined.


Contacts
with the different STEP
working groups will be established.

WP1

Define
Target
Standards

WP1


first achievements


Quantum
Lifecycle Management

(QLM)
standards:


Following
-
up
FP6
-
IMS PROMISE


QLM Product Data Model


QLM Messaging
Interface



Integral
part of The Open Group’s new Platform
3.0 forum


Direction cited by Gartner and IDC


Embracing Cloud, Big
Data, Internet
of Things
et al
.



Semantics


FP7
LinkedDesign
: the
LinkedDesign

Ontology


Also
applying The Open Group’s Universal Data
Element Framework (UDEF) which yields:


Unambiguous identification of information
items


Semantic Interoperability


WP1

Define
Target
Standards

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

8

The CL2M model of FP6
-
IMS PROMISE

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

B
eyond
P
roduct
L
ifecycle
M
anagement


Historically, the PLM acronym is usually associated with the
Beginning
-
of
-
Life

(design & manufacturing) phase and is mainly focused on
information about each series of products
rather than every
individual product instance


QLM is the next major leap beyond PLM, addressing
instance
-
level,
closed
-
loop lifecycle information management

from Beginning,
through Middle to End
-
of
-
Life


QLM standards and infrastructure will be
applicable to other kinds of
lifecycles

such as supply chain, food and beverage, human, services
etc.


QLM will increase competitiveness and enable new business
opportunities

9

Why Quantum Lifecycle Management?

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

Livestock

Appliances

Food and
Beverage

People

Barcode

Technologies

Logistics

Machines

QLM Data Services,
Knowledge
Management and
Decision Support

Sensors

Environment

RFID Technologies

Aerospace

Scope of QLM

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

Middle of Life



Reduced
maintenance or
care costs


Improved customer/
client support


Reduction in
failures

Beginning of Life



Exploit knowledge
of past lifetime
histories


More effective BOL
management


e.g. product

re
-
design or

reduced costs

End of Life



Cost
-
effective

component

recovery


Increased reuse of
parts


Verification of
proper disposal



Reduced care and maintenance costs

Focused recall/outreach

Improved traceability

Improved inventory management

Reduced counterfeits

QLM


Some Key Benefits

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

12

Open Group Synergy

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011


QLM Architecture


User requirements drawn from a wide representation of
industrial domains and applications


Applications cover the complete product lifecycle and
across different industrial sectors


Specifications defined for each interface and component
of the architecture


QLM Standards


Data Model
-

Standard for “lightweight” product lifecycle
data representation


Messaging Interface
-

Standard for lifecycle information
exchange with systems and “things” via Internet



QLM Work Group Deliverables

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

BOL

Product
Development

Product
Supply

MOL

EOL

PLM@XML

PLM Services

ISA
-
95

MANDATE


STEP

STEP
-
NC

PLCS

Only in certain

Industries

Existing product data representation
standards

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

Business Aircraft

Spl

Ind

Equipment

Telecom switchgear

Aircraft engine

Avionics

Military ship

Commercial ship

Military aircraft

Commercial aircraft

Submarine

Power plant

Oil production rigs

Computers

Leisure vehicles

Radio/radar

Automobiles

Transmissions

Special m/c tools

Agri

machinery

Engines

Trucks

Power turbines

Mining equipment

Trucks

Landing gear

Elevators

Process plant

Army vehicles

Domestic appliances

Consumer electronics

Bicycles

Exhaust systems

Boats

Lawn equipment

Rail cars

Transformers

Business Aircraft

Spl

Ind

Equipment

Telecom switchgear

Aircraft engine

Avionics

Military ship

Commercial ship

Military aircraft

Commercial aircraft

Submarine

Power plant

Oil production rigs

Computers

Leisure vehicles

Radio/radar

Automobiles

Transmissions

Special m/c tools

Agri

machinery

Engines

Trucks

Power turbines

Mining equipment

Trucks

Landing gear

Elevators

Process plant

Army vehicles

Domestic appliances

Consumer electronics

Bicycles

Exhaust systems

Boats

Lawn equipment

Rail cars

Transformers

Product complexity

Low

Medium

High

Product complexity

Low

Medium

High

Support complexity

Low

Medium

High

Support complexity

Low

Medium

High

PLCS

QLM

Comparison with PLCS

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011


Based on the PROMISE SOM (Semantic Object Model)



Enables efficient management of item
-
level product data


Addresses need for “lightweight” PLM standards


Implemented already in >10 application scenarios


Documented in publicly available project reports


Planned Semantic Interoperability through UDEF enabling

QLM Standard


Data Model

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011


Based on the PROMISE
Messaging Interface



Messaging interface specifications for data transfer
between QLM components


Supports notification of lifecycle events in addition to sensor
data management


Bi
-
directional communication with systems and “things”


Defined using XML schema

QLM Standard


Messaging Interface

Copyright (C) The Open Group 2011

QLM Interfaces and Components

QLM Data Services
QMI
QMI
QMI
QMI
Device
controller
QLM
DM
/
DSS
ERP
External
system
PEID
-
A
PMI
Core PAC
PEID
-
B
PMI
Core PAC
QMI
Device
controller
External
system
Comprehensive

Study


State of the Art


Standards
Analysis


Industrial

Practices
Analysis


Domain
Modelling


Identification of
Generic

Concepts


Analysis

of Use
-
cases
Requirements


Identification of
Specific

Concepts

Ontology

Definition


Concepts
Definition


Concepts
Hierarchy

&
Relationships

Identification


Object & Data
Properties

Creation

WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

Semantics:




#1

LinkedDesign

Ontology



Literature

Review

& Survey

Ontology

Design
Methodologies

Best Practices

WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

Semantics:




#2

LinkedDesign

Ontology



isSpecialization

isSpecialization

isSpecialization

o
Upper Ontology

WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

Semantics:




#3

LinkedDesign

Ontology



WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

EU project achievements


#4


COMAU
Specification



Domain
:



LCC

Assessment

for

manufacturing

lines


Purpose
:


Federated

view

on

data

and

methods

required

for

estimation

and

calculation

of

LCC


Easy

navigation

through

LCC

components

and

knowledge


Embed

level

of

relevancy

for

different

costs


WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

EU project achievements


#5



VW
-
TRIMEK
Specification



Domain
:


Quality

control

in

hot

stamping

process


Purpose
:


Federated

view

on

data

and

information

required

for

analysis

and

diagnosis

of

produced

workpieces

and

processes



Ability

to

identify

correlation

between

manufacturing

setup

and

physical

defects

presence

WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

Semantics:




#4

LinkedDesign

Ontology



AKER
Specification



Domain
:



Knowledge

Based

Engineering


Purpose
:


Federated

view

on

information

about

CAD

models,

projects

and

resources


Easy

navigation

through

resources

used

in

design


Ability

to

manage

KBE

solutions

and

to

provide

semantics

for

a

business

layer

which

controls

the

GUI


WP3, Soumaya El Kadiri, EPFL

Semantics:




#5

LinkedDesign

Ontology



o
LinkedDesign Network
Ontology



LDO

Linked Design IMS Project WP2


Standardisation Workshops


Begin standards development
workshops


Some workshops to be held
concurrently with targeted
existing standards development
committees to foster integration

LinkedDesign IMS Project WP3


Industrial Deployment


Together with LinkedDesign
activities, developed standards
will be tested and verified within
specified application scenarios


LinkedDesign IMS Project WP4



Standards Deployment


The standards that have been
defined and tested will be
deployed to the industrial
community


LinkedDesign IMS Project
Work Package
Five


Standards Maintenance


This will be a long lasting activity
conducted within the technical
committees of the targeted
standards bodies to ensure
continuous updates and
improvements to the developed
standards.


Outstanding
International team



Well
-
balanced

consortium with
strong
industrial involvement
Partners
build upon existing
work relation
from other bi
-
/multilateral collaborations


Partners are
top in class
in
manufacturing and knowledge
management


International leaders in standards
development

Ways to Participate



Niche Technology Supplier


Research Institution


End User


This is where many industrial partners fit in


Standards Testing, Improvement, and Deployment


Support through National Committees for
Adoption of Standards developed within the
project

http://www.linkeddesign.eu/