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Achim Steinacker: Technical Documentation in the age of Industry 4.0

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Achim Steinacker: Technical Documentation in the age of Industry 4.0

  1. 1. Sermantics2015 Technical documentation in the age of “Industry 4.0” Achim Steinacker, intelligent views 17.09.2015 Semantics2015, Wien
  2. 2. Sermantics2015 Outline 2 • The company • Industry 4.0 • „Semantic technologies as key enabler“ • Influence for documentation processes • Use case • Starting position • Requirements • Solution • Summary / Lessons learned
  3. 3. Sermantics2015 3
  4. 4. Sermantics2015 Products in the age of industry 4.0 4 • More versions of the same product • Lot size 1 • Cyber-Physical systems • Semantic product memory • Semantic technolgies as key technology for the approach • Semantic layers to connect product properties with business and manufacturing processes
  5. 5. Sermantics2015 Documentation in the age of industry 4.0 5 • Individual products need individual documentations • Eventually documentation moves from hierarchical structures to topic oriented models. • Metadata can not only be used for the publication process • Topic oriented documentation models lilke DITA are supported by XML-Editors like Oxygen
  6. 6. Sermantics2015 Processes in the age of industry 4.0 6 • „Actionable“ semantic models • Integration is only half way • Integration level „knows“ what has to happen if changes occur • Service descriptions for orchestration of individual product demands • Vocabulary has to be controlled in all systems
  7. 7. Sermantics2015 Semantic approach for industry 4.0
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  9. 9. Sermantics2015 9 Use case: semiconductor company
  10. 10. Sermantics2015 Starting position 10 • Increased version diversity • Many systems involved during development of new products • Requirement engineering • Source-Code repositories • PDM-systems • FrameMaker, LaTex, Word… • File systems • No support for • Reuse • Change-Management • Traceability
  11. 11. Sermantics2015 Project goals • Reuse of information • In all systems • Usable for engineer and end user documentation • Traceability and visualization of dependencies • Consequences of change • Cockpit for project status and progress • Simulation of changes in late phase of the project • State of the project • Many different users and roles for the system • Detailed access rights model is necessary
  12. 12. Sermantics2015 Basic decisions • Every documentation has to move to structured XML • DITA • Integration of the data is not enough • Changes, versions and workflows have to be implemented • Existing systems will not be changed or replaced • A semantic layer providing access rights and workflow support ist needed • Formalize the process of development and documentation • Harmonize the vocabulary
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  14. 14. Sermantics2015 Generation of documentation templates
  15. 15. Sermantics2015 Web-based frontend
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  17. 17. Sermantics2015 The application 17
  18. 18. Sermantics2015 18November 2014 tekom, TD4, Vernetzte Dokumentation The application II
  19. 19. Sermantics2015 Lessons learned 19 • Industry 4.0 scenarios have already arrived in the daily business of companies • Semantic models are the (only) way to integrate the structure of different systems • Systems involved in the product design, development and documentation process are able to provide their data at least in XML (ReqIf, DITA) • Technical integration is „easy“ • What does „approved“ mean?, What is a version? • Genereric model allows easy reuse
  20. 20. Sermantics2015 Questions? Dr. Achim Steinacker intelligent views gmbh Julius-Reiber-Str. 17 64293 Darmstadt Tel. + 49 (0) 61 51-50 06-119 Fax + 49 (0) 61 51-50 06-138 a.steinacker@i-views.de www.i-views.de Wer seine Daten liebt, vernetzt sie.

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