ISA-95 provides a standard manner to describe the flow of information between Manufacturing Operatipons Management (MOM) and Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) systems.
The following topics are covered:
- 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
Responsible for the definition and maintenance of the ISA-95 OPC UA information model. The first release (in early 2013) of the ISA-95 OPC UA companion specification includes support for the following ISA-95 models:
- Physical Assets
- Personnel and Material Handling.
This mapping of the abstract ISA-95 model provides a high-speed, secure information flow from the lowest levels of the automation hierarchy to Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. ISA-95 was developed for transferring information in Level 3 and 4 of the enterprise; the OPC UA mapping allows this information to be securely transferred between levels 3 and 4 and to be extended down to Level 2 of the enterprise.
- The “OPC UA for ISA-95 Common Object Model” Companion Specification document is public available
Download here https://opcfoundation.org/developer-tools/specifications-unified-architecture/isa-95-common-object-model/
- 56min video by Paul Hunkar, DsInteroperability about “OPC UA for ISA-95 Common Object Model Companion Specification”
- Paul Hunkar, DS Interoperability, OPC Consultant for the ISA-95 working group
You can reach Paul under paul.hunkar[at]dsinteroperability.com