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Enterprise interoperability management and artifacts

: Jäkel, Frank-Walter


Zelm, Martin (Ed.); Jaekel, Frank-Walter (Ed.); Doumeingts, Guy (Ed.); Wollschlaeger, Martin (Ed.):
Enterprise Interoperability : Smart Services and Business Impact of Enterprise Interoperability; International Conference on Enterprise Interoperability (I-ESA 2018), Berlin
Newark: Wiley & Sons, 2018 (Systems and Industrial Engineering Series)
ISBN: 978-1-78630-373-8 (Print)
ISBN: 978-1-119-56410-2
DOI: 10.1002/9781119564034
International Conference on Enterprise Interoperability (I-ESA) <2018, Berlin>
Fraunhofer IPK ()
interoperability; enterprise modelling; business process model

In the last years, interoperability became an important topic within organizations. Also in fields previously disconnected form the term “interoperability” like manufacturing and shopfloor management it appears mandatory especially to archive the digital transformation. Smart factory and self-controlled manufacturing requires networking of everything involved in the production including cyber physical systems, application services, manufacturing services and finally IoT components. This leads to the importance to know interoperability constrains like requested security levels. Different levels of security could easily lead to non-interoperability. Enterprise modelling techniques are use since decades to document and implement workflows for management systems such as ISO9001. Artifacts exists in the interoperability domain to use similar technologies to create an information basis for the management in an organization. The paper will focus some of these artifacts. It targets to collect management and business aspects of interoperability.