Between January 22th and 24th 2013, Power-OM consortium joined for a General Assembly to approve the first 4 Month milestone.
The three day meeting was hold in Nancy where PREDICT is located. Durign the meeting the first version for the Power-OM reference architecture was approved. This architecture is the result of the analysis of:
- Main modules definition: Local CbM module, Remote services
- Flow of data between them and the transformations: From the real-time acquisition until the high-level decision support.
- Distributed repository of data
- HMI Interaction at each level
- Interactions with external systems: hardware (NC control, sensors) or software (CMMS or others)
- Standards to apply at different levels: From Profinet or similar for low level interoperability, OPC-UA for data interoperability, OSA-CbM, etc.
One of the critical aspect for the final solution is the interoperability issues between machine add on predictive module and the remote eMaintenance platform. It has been decided to interchange this information using semantic models compliant with OSA-CBM and using file oriented and/or OPC-UA mechanisms.