OPC UA Information Models

ISA-95 Common Object Model Title: ISA-95 Common Object Model Description:

ISA-95 provides a standard manner to describe the flow of information between Manufacturing Operatipons Management (MOM) and Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) systems.


OPC 10030 covers the following topics:


  • Overview and concepts
  • Fundamentals which cover meta-model mapping and ISA95 reference
  • ISA-95 Data Representation Model
  • ISA-95 Base Information Model
  • ISA-95 Common Object Model and OPC UA References
  • OPC UA Profiles


OPC 10031-4 Job Control is the first part of a new multi-part version of the ISA-95 companion specification. ISA 95 defines a Job Order as a request for a unit of work to be executed. Typically, these are the lowest level scheduled objects in a work schedule. 10031-4 defines a model for ISA-95 Job Orders, ISA-95 Job Responses, and access to queued, executing, and completed job order status and responses.



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Version Status Description Date Posted
1.00 Release OPC 10031-4 - UA Companion Specification for ISA-95 Job Control (ZIP/PDF) 2021-05-12 Icon
1.00 Release OPC 10030 - UA for ISA-S95 (ZIP/PDF) 2013-10-30 Icon
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