Difference between revisions of "Industry Standard Models"

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Latest revision as of 12:57, 16 February 2015

New Information Models can be created based on the OPC UA Data Model and eventually derived from OPC UA Base Information Models. Standards such as ISA 88 (also IEC 61512, batch processing), ISA 95 (also IEC 62264, MES layer) or the Common Information Model (CIM) with IEC 61970 for energy management and IEC 61968 for energy distribution define the semantics of the data in domains addressed by them. Initially this takes place independent of the data transfer specification.
OPC UA – also published as IEC 62541 – enables exchange of information models of any complexity – both instances and types (metadata). It thus complements the standards referred to above and enables interoperability at the semantic level.

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