Industrial-process measurement, control and automation - Digital factory framework - Part 1: General principles
This DF framework defines:
• a model of production system assets;
• a model of relationships between different production system assets;
• the flow of information about production system assets.
The DF framework does not cover representation of building construction, input resources (such as raw production material, assembly parts), consumables, work pieces in process, nor end products.
It applies to the three types of production processes (continuous control, batch control, and discrete control) in any industrial sector (for example aeronautic industries, automotive, chemicals, wood).
|Publication type||International Standard|
|TC/SC||TC 65 - Industrial-process measurement, control and automationrss|
|ICS||25.040.40 - Industrial process measurement and control|
|File size||4241 KB|
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