HANNOVER MESSE 2019, 01 - 05 April
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Self-commissioning industrial IIoT systems in process automation using Industrie 4.0 standards

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Hall 8, Stand D17



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Industrie 4.0

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Distributed control systems are currently evolving towards Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) systems. Still, they still suffer from complex commissioning processes that incur high costs. Researchers have proposed several so-called ''Plug and Produce'' (PnP) approaches, where commissioning shall be largely automated, but they have suffered from semantic ambiguities and usually rely on proprietary information models. This talk introduces a novel reference architecture for PnP in IIoT systems, which is based on OPC UA and PLCopen standards and can reduce industrial device commissioning times across vendor products to a few seconds. Our proof-of-concept implementation can handle more than 500 signals per millisecond during runtime, sufficient for most application scenarios. 


 Dr.-Ing. Heiko Koziolek

Dr.-Ing. Heiko Koziolek

Senior Principal Scientist, ABB

Dr.-Ing. Heiko Koziolek is a Senior Principal Scientist at ABB Corporate Research in Ladenburg. He leads research projects on software architectures for industrial process control and coordinated different ...

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