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Depuis Workshop on International Standards Rome 14 – 15 May 2008

Depuis Workshop on International Standards Rome 14 – 15 May 2008. Paul van Exel, Director USPI USPI: Association for the Oil, Gas, Process & Power Industry. Overview of PLIB Standards and Current Applications in Industry. Wolfgang Wilkes University of Hagen, Germany

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Depuis Workshop on International Standards Rome 14 – 15 May 2008

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  1. Depuis Workshopon International StandardsRome 14 – 15 May 2008 Paul van Exel, Director USPI USPI: Association for the Oil, Gas, Process & Power Industry Depuis WS Rome

  2. Overview of PLIB Standards and Current Applications in Industry Wolfgang Wilkes University of Hagen, Germany wolfgang.wilkes@fernuni-hagen.de Depuis WS Rome

  3. What is PLIB? • PLIB (Parts LIBraries):Series of standards under ISO 13584 • Purpose:Support the exchange of product data between business partners • E-procurement, Marketing, Exchange between technical subsystems (CAD) • Data model shared with IEC 61360 • Responsible committee: ISO TC184 SC4 WG2 Depuis WS Rome

  4. Payload: Structure Prod_Id Property1 Property2 Property3 Property4 Class Payload Organisation: value value value value value value Values + References to definition PLIB: Data model for product data exchange in e-business Supplier Buyer Business Message Depuis WS Rome

  5. Basic concept of product dictionary Product dictionary Class hierarchy Property definitions Product catalog Product descriptions by property values Depuis WS Rome

  6. Basic elements of PLIB • Classes and relationships between classes • Properties and relationships to classes • Data types of properties • Unique identification scheme for elements of a dictionary Depuis WS Rome

  7. Relationships between Dictionaries Case-of relationship: Corporate Dictionary imports properties from standard dictionary Mapping: Elements of dictionary Acorrespond to elements of dictionary B Depuis WS Rome

  8. Development of XML schema • Normal exchange format in SC4: • Step File Format (ISO 10303-11) • Today: XML is used more and more for data exchange in e-business • Development of XML Schema für PLIB • Automatic generation process • Mapping from Step File Format and XML • Constraints checks of XML data possible against the EXPRESS model possible Depuis WS Rome

  9. Part 2:Current applications of PLIB Depuis WS Rome

  10. Development of product dictionaries in ISO and IEC • ISO 13584 – 511: Fasteners • ISO 13584 – 501: Environmental and laboratory measuring instruments • ISO 13399: Cutting tools • IEC 61360: Electronic components • IEC 65B: Industrial measuring instruments • ISO 23584: Optics • ISO TC4: Roller bearings • ISO TC 10: machines, process equipment and piping of chemical and pharmaceutical industry Depuis WS Rome

  11. DIN property server • Property server (www.dinsml.net) of DIN • Central maintenance process • Specified workflow • Involvement of technical committees for review • Content of the server is a standard • Supported by German industry • Usage architecture • DIN server provides definition classes • Exchange sets are represented by application classes • Application classes import the properties they need from the definition class dictionary Depuis WS Rome

  12. DIN server: Definition classes eClass: application classes Connection of DIN server to industry standards Depuis WS Rome

  13. Prolist • Area: device specification for the process industry • Measuring instruments • Electric motors • Actuators • Purpose: Exchange of product information in various business processes • Enquiry based on requirements • Offer, order • Description of device data after delivery • Maintenance and after sales Depuis WS Rome

  14. Prolist • Communication of systems: • Planning systems (CAE systems), purchasing systems, sales system, maintenance systems • Basis: PLIB compliant database, flat class hierarchy • Exchange mechanism: PLIB compliant XML schema from SAP • Supported by major companies from the process plant industry • Bayer, BASF, Wacker, Siemens, ABB, … Depuis WS Rome

  15. ECALS • Dictionary of electronic products • Managed by JEITA (Japan Electronic and Information Technology industry Association) • Provided in tabular form and in PLIB Part 21 • Close cooperation with Rosettanet and IEC • Platform for data exchange • Heavily used by all Japanese electronic component manufacturers • Also successful in other East Asian countries Depuis WS Rome

  16. Customer Life Cycle Design Procu. Operat. Maint. ERP Internal DB Maintenance EDI Common platform PLIB electronic catalog Vendor Life Cycle Design Sales Product. Maint. ERP Internal DB Maintenance EDI JEMIMA data exchange platform • JEMIMA (Japan Electric Measuring Instruments Manufacturer Association) • Registration authority for dictionary of measuring instruments (ISO 13584-501) • Exchange platform for product data between manufacturers and customers Depuis WS Rome

  17. Renault / PSA • Logistic support for NPMs (non product materials) • Basis: • PLIB dictionary of NPMs as the „common language“ for manufacturers, suppliers and OEM • PLIB database based on this dictionary • Classification of products according to eClass • More than 100 supplier are connected by this system Depuis WS Rome

  18. P-LIB data Renault / PSA P-LIB dictionaries Manufacturer 1 Customer Supplier Manufacturer 2 PSA, RENAULT,… Web site Catalogue Depuis WS Rome

  19. Renault / PSA • Expected benefits • Savings of 3 million Euros per OEM group per year • Reduced information capture • Reduced administrative problems (procurement, accountancy, …) • Reduced production losses • Reduction of administration and transformation costs for suppliers and manufacturers Depuis WS Rome

  20. Conclusions • Tremendous work is ongoing on defining PLIB product dictionaries • Industrial application in various countries have proven the concept of PLIB • Result of our work here in Hangzhou: • Dictionary of fastener (ISO 13584-511) will be out for publication as an International Standard early 2006 Depuis WS Rome

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