Current industry discussions are focused on manufacturing/production’s actual role in global supply chain network. For any manufacturer to be competitive, actual manufacturing operations activities must be highly interactive in supply chain and enterprise processes for effective collaboration and competition. This is the domain of collaborative and flexible manufacturing operations management (MOM) system architectures.

This course introduces and explains the most relevant international MOM standards in the context of the challenges, we have identified in the previous course “MES/MOM Methodologies – Introduction”. Standards are collections of best practices and in this course and the other courses of this program, it is explained how they can be applied to respond successfully to the aforementioned challenges.

The MOM standards, developed over more than 20 years, also form a solid foundation for the application framework for Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0.

  • Discuss the business role of primary MOM standards.
  • Describe the primary MOM standards applied for flexible manufacturing operations management (MOM) systems architectures.
  • Apply the explained the major models of the ISA95 standard.
  • Discuss the key elements of the ISA88 and ISA62442 standards.
  • Recognize how B2MML supports integration between various solutions.
  • Introduction
  • MESA Models
  • ISA-95: Enterprise – Control System Integration
  • ISA-88: Batch Control
  • ISA-62443: Security for IAC Systems
  • B2MML, BatchML, KPIML
  • SCOR, OMAC, MIMOSA, OAGIS
  • Conclusions and Wrap-Up

Test and Exercises:
1. In-Course Formative Assessment Test: 10 Questions, Open notes in discussion, Answers recorded in Test Form
2. Out-Course Summative Assessment Test: 10 Questions, Open notes in self study, Answers recorded in Test Form

Course Prerequisites:
None

Reference Materials:
1. MESA White Paper #25: An Overview and Comparison of ISA-95 and OAGIS
2. MESA White Paper #26: Related Manufacturing Integration Standards, A Survey