Manufacturing models

Geonation manufacturing models

Data models play a crucial role in the manufacturing sector by providing valuable insights, optimizing processes, and enhancing overall efficiency. These tools enable manufacturers to capture, organize, and analyze vast amounts of data generated throughout the production lifecycle, from supply chain management to product quality control. By implementing data models, manufacturers can visualize and understand complex relationships between various factors such as raw materials, machine performance, and operational parameters. Standard data methods ensure consistency and uniformity in data collection, storage, and analysis, enabling manufacturers to make informed decisions and identify areas for improvement. Furthermore, these models and methods facilitate predictive maintenance, real-time monitoring, and demand forecasting, enabling manufacturers to proactively address issues, minimize downtime, optimize inventory levels, and streamline production schedules. Ultimately, data models and standard data methods empower the manufacturing sector to drive innovation, enhance productivity, and deliver high-quality products to meet customer demands.

ISO 15926

Acronym:  Not applicable

Organisation responsible:  ISO

Official web page:  https://www.iso.org/standard/70694.html

Description:  An international standard for the representation of industrial plant data. It defines a comprehensive data model for the entire lifecycle of a plant, including design, construction, operation, and maintenance.

Current Version:  ISO 15926-13:2018

Schema location:  https://www.iso.org/standard/70694.html

Standard:  Not applicable

Type of data:  XML

Primary purpose :  Structured data exchange

API available:  Not available

License details:  Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Available on request

OPC Unified Architecture

Acronym:  OPC UA

Organisation responsible:  OPC Foundation

Official web page:  https://opcfoundation.org/about/opc-technologies/opc-ua/

Description:  A platform-independent standard for industrial automation that enables secure and reliable communication between various devices and systems. It provides a standardized information model for data exchange in manufacturing environments.

Current Version:  ISO 15926-13:2018

Schema location:  https://webstore.iec.ch/publication/61114

Standard:  https://webstore.iec.ch/publication/61114

Type of data:  Hierarchical data classification

Primary purpose :  Structured data exchange

API available:  Not available

License details:  Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Not available

Business to Manufacturing Markup Language

Acronym:  B2MML

Organisation responsible:  MESA International

Official web page:  https://mesa.org/topics-resources/b2mml/

Description:  An XML-based schema developed by the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association (MESA) International. It provides a standard representation of data for manufacturing operations, including production scheduling, equipment performance, quality management, and other related areas.

Current Version:  ISO 15926-13:2018

Schema location:  https://www.pathlms.com/mesa/courses/26161

Standard:  IEC 62264

Type of data:  XML

Primary purpose :  Structured data storage

API available:  Not available

License details:  Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Not available

RosettaNet

Acronym:  RosettaNet

Organisation responsible:  EDL Basics

Official web page:  https://mesa.org/topics-resources/b2mml/

Description:  A consortium-based standard for electronic business-to-business (B2B) communication in the high-tech manufacturing industry. It includes a set of XML-based schemas and business processes for supply chain integration and collaboration.

Current Version:  Not applicable

Schema location:  https://www.edibasics.com/edi-resources/document-standards/rosettanet/

Standard:  Not applicable

Type of data:  XML

Primary purpose :  Structured data exchange

API available:  Not available

License details:  Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Not available

United Nations Standard Products and Services Code

Acronym:  UNSPSC

Organisation responsible:  United Nations

Official web page:  https://www.ungm.org/Public/UNSPSC

Description:  A classification system used for categorizing products and services in various industries, including manufacturing. It provides a hierarchical structure for organizing and classifying items, facilitating procurement and supply chain management.

Current Version:  25.0901 (February 14, 2023)

Schema location:  https://www.ungm.org/Public/UNSPSC

Standard:  Not applicable

Type of data:  Reference data

Primary purpose :  Structured data storage

API available:  Not available

License details:  Open data

Data model (Power BI):  Not available

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