Enterprise-control system integration - Part 2: Objects and attributes for enterprise-control system integration

IEC 62264-2:2013 specifies generic interface content exchanged between manufacturing control functions and other enterprise functions. The interface considered is between Level 3 manufacturing systems and Level 4 business systems in the hierarchical model defined in IEC 62264-1. The goal is to reduce the risk, cost, and errors associated with implementing the interface. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2004 and constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following technical: - addition of object models for exchange information used in manufacturing operations management activities; - displacement of the UML object models that were in IEC 62264-1:2003 into this standard so that the object models and the associated attribute tables were available in the same document; - addition of the Hierarchy scope object definition to replace the Location attribute used in the previous edition; - addition of a value type section to define the exchange of non-simple value types; - definition of simple value types were defined using the ISO 15000-5.

Integration von Unternehmensführungs- und Leitsystemen - Teil 2: Objekte und Attribute für die Integration von Unternehmensführungs- und Leitsystemen

Intégration des systèmes entreprise-contrôle - Partie 2: Objets et attributs pour l’intégration des systèmes de commande d'entreprise

La CEI 62264-2:2013 spécifie le contenu de l'interface générique échangé entre les fonctions de commande de fabrication et d'autres fonctions d'entreprise. L'interface considérée est comprise entre les systèmes de fabrication de niveau 3 et les systèmes métier de niveau 4 du modèle hiérarchique défini dans la CEI 62264-1. Il s'agit de réduire les risques, les coûts et les erreurs liés à la mise en oeuvre de l'interface. Cette deuxième édition annule et remplace la première édition, parue en 2004 et constitue une révision technique. Elle inclut les modifications techniques suivantes: - ajout des modèles d'objets pour les informations d'échange utilisés dans les activités de gestion des opérations de fabrication, à la place de la gestion des opérations de production; - déplacement des modèles d'objet UML de la CEI 62264-1:2003 dans la présente norme, de manière à regrouper les modèles d'objet et les tableaux d'attributs associés dans le même document; - ajout de la définition d'objet Hierarchy scope pour remplacer l'attribut Location utilisé dans l'édition précédente; - ajout d'une section de type de valeur a été ajoutée pour définir l'échange de types de valeur non simple; - définition des types de valeur simple à l'aide de l'ISO 15000-5.

Integracija sistemov za upravljanje podjetij - 2. del: Objektni modeli in lastnosti

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SIST EN 62264-2:2008

Integracija sistemov za upravljanje podjetij - 2. del: Objektni modeli in lastnosti

Enterprise system integration - Part 2: Object models and attributes
Integration von Unternehmensführungs- und Leitsystemen - Teil 2: Attribute des
Objektmodells
Intégration du système de commande d’ Entreprise - Partie 2: Modèles d'objets et
attributs
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 62264-2:2013
ICS:
25.040.01 Sistemi za avtomatizacijo v Industrial automation
industriji na splošno systems in general
35.240.50 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in industry
industriji
SIST EN 62264-2:2014 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 62264-2:2014
EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 62264-2
NORME EUROPÉENNE
October 2013
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 25.040.40; 35.240.50 Supersedes EN 62264-2:2008
English version
Enterprise-control system integration -
Part 2: Objects and attributes for enterprise-control system integration
(IEC 62264-2:2013)
Intégration des systèmes entreprise- Integration von Unternehmensführungs-
contrôle - und Leitsystemen -
Partie 2: Objets et attributs pour Teil 2: Objekte und Attribute für die
l’intégration des systèmes de commande Integration von Unternehmensführungs-
d'entreprise und Leitsystemen
(CEI 62264-2:2013) (IEC 62264-2:2013)

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EN 62264-2:2013 - 2 -
Foreword

The text of document 65E/290/FDIS, future edition 2 of IEC 62264-2, prepared by SC 65E "Devices

and integration in enterprise systems" of IEC/TC 65 "Industrial-process measurement, control and

automation" and by ISO/TC 184/SC5 "Interoperability, integration and architectures for enterprise

systems and automation applications" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel vote and approved

by CENELEC as EN 62264-2:2013.
The following dates are fixed:
(dop) 2014-05-01
• latest date by which the document has to be
implemented at national level by
publication of an identical national
standard or by endorsement
• latest date by which the national (dow) 2016-08-01
standards conflicting with the
document have to be withdrawn
This document supersedes EN 62264-2:2008.

EN 62264-2:2013 includes the following significant technical changes with respect to

EN 62264-2:2008:
a) update of the first edition;

b) addition of object models for exchange information used in manufacturing operations management

activities, instead of just production operations management actives. The added object models

were physical asset, operations definition, operations schedule, operations performance, and

operations capability;
c) displacement of the production specific object models in Annex A;

d) displacement of the UML object models that were in EN 62264-1:2008 into this standard so that the

object models and the associated attribute tables were available in the same document;

e) addition of the Hierarchy scope object definition to replace the Location attribute used in the

previous edition;

f) addition of a value type section to define the exchange of non-simple value types;

g) definition of simple value types were defined using the ISO 15000-5.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CENELEC [and/or CEN] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such

patent rights.
Endorsement notice

The text of the International Standard IEC 62264-2:2013 was approved by CENELEC as a European

Standard without any modification.

In the official version, for Bibliography, the following notes have to be added for the standards indicated:

IEC 61512-1 NOTE Harmonised as EN 61512-1.
ISO 19439 NOTE Harmonised as EN ISO 19439.
ISO 19440 NOTE Harmonised as EN ISO 19440.
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Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE When an international publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant EN/HD

applies.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 62264-1 - Enterprise-control system integration - EN 62264-1 -
Part 1: Models and terminology
ISO/IEC 19501 - Information technology - Open Distributed - -
Processing - Unified Modeling Language
(UML)
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IEC 62264-2
Edition 2.0 2013-06
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
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Enterprise-control system integration –
Part 2: Objects and attributes for enterprise-control system integration
Intégration des systèmes entreprise-contrôle –
Partie 2: Objets et attributs pour l’intégration des systèmes de commande
d'entreprise
INTERNATIONAL
ELECTROTECHNICAL
COMMISSION
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ICS 25.040.40; 35.240.50 ISBN 978-2-83220-833-5

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 9

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 11

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................. 12

2 Normative references ..................................................................................................... 12

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations .............................................................................. 12

3.1 Terms and definitions ............................................................................................ 12

3.2 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................ 13

4 Production operations models and generic operations models ........................................ 13

4.1 Information models ................................................................................................ 13

4.2 General modeling information ................................................................................ 15

4.3 Extensibility of attributes through properties .......................................................... 15

4.4 Object model structure .......................................................................................... 16

4.5 Explanation of tables ............................................................................................. 16

4.5.1 Tables of attributes .................................................................................... 16

4.5.2 Object identification ................................................................................... 16

4.5.3 Data types ................................................................................................. 17

4.5.4 Presentation of examples .......................................................................... 17

4.5.5 References to resources ............................................................................ 18

4.5.6 Object relationships ................................................................................... 19

4.6 Relationship of models .......................................................................................... 19

4.7 Hierarchy scope .................................................................................................... 20

4.8 Value types ........................................................................................................... 20

4.8.1 Value use .................................................................................................. 20

4.8.2 Value syntax .............................................................................................. 21

4.8.3 Simple value types .................................................................................... 21

4.8.4 Unit of measure ......................................................................................... 22

4.8.5 Array value types ....................................................................................... 22

4.8.6 Range value types ..................................................................................... 22

4.8.7 Series value types ..................................................................................... 22

4.8.8 Structured value types ............................................................................... 22

5 Common object models .................................................................................................. 23

5.1 Personnel information ........................................................................................... 23

5.1.1 Personnel model ........................................................................................ 23

5.1.2 Personnel class ......................................................................................... 24

5.1.3 Personnel class property ........................................................................... 24

5.1.4 Person ....................................................................................................... 25

5.1.5 Person property ......................................................................................... 26

5.1.6 Qualification test specification ................................................................... 27

5.1.7 Qualification test result .............................................................................. 28

5.2 Role based equipment information ........................................................................ 29

5.2.1 Role based equipment model..................................................................... 29

5.2.2 Equipment class ........................................................................................ 30

5.2.3 Equipment class property .......................................................................... 31

5.2.4 Equipment ................................................................................................. 32

5.2.5 Equipment property ................................................................................... 32

5.2.6 Equipment capability test specification ...................................................... 33

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5.2.7 Equipment capability test result ................................................................. 34

5.3 Physical asset information ..................................................................................... 35

5.3.1 Physical asset model ................................................................................. 35

5.3.2 Physical asset ........................................................................................... 36

5.3.3 Physical asset property ............................................................................. 37

5.3.4 Physical asset class .................................................................................. 37

5.3.5 Physical asset class property..................................................................... 38

5.3.6 Physical asset capability test specification ................................................. 38

5.3.7 Physical asset capability test result ........................................................... 39

5.3.8 Equipment asset mapping.......................................................................... 40

5.4 Material information ............................................................................................... 40

5.4.1 Material model ........................................................................................... 40

5.4.2 Material class ............................................................................................ 41

5.4.3 Material class property .............................................................................. 42

5.4.4 Material definition ...................................................................................... 43

5.4.5 Material definition property ........................................................................ 44

5.4.6 Material lot ................................................................................................ 45

5.4.7 Material lot property ................................................................................... 47

5.4.8 Material sublot ........................................................................................... 47

5.4.9 Material test specification .......................................................................... 49

5.4.10 Material test result ..................................................................................... 50

5.4.11 Assemblies ................................................................................................ 51

5.5 Process segment information ................................................................................ 52

5.5.1 Process segment model ............................................................................ 52

5.5.2 Process segment ....................................................................................... 53

5.5.3 Personnel segment specification ............................................................... 54

5.5.4 Personnel segment specification property .................................................. 55

5.5.5 Equipment segment specification............................................................... 56

5.5.6 Equipment segment specification property ................................................. 56

5.5.7 Material segment specification ................................................................... 57

5.5.8 Material segment specification property ..................................................... 59

5.5.9 Physical asset segment specification ......................................................... 59

5.5.10 Physical asset segment specification property ........................................... 60

5.5.11 Process segment parameter ...................................................................... 61

5.5.12 Process segment dependency ................................................................... 61

5.6 Containers, tools and software .............................................................................. 63

5.6.1 Containers ................................................................................................. 63

5.6.2 Tools ......................................................................................................... 63

5.6.3 Software .................................................................................................... 63

6 Operations management information .............................................................................. 63

6.1 Operations definition information ........................................................................... 63

6.1.1 Operations definition model ....................................................................... 63

6.1.2 Operations definition ................................................................................. 64

6.1.3 Operations material bill .............................................................................. 65

6.1.4 Operations material bill item ...................................................................... 66

6.1.5 Operations segment .................................................................................. 67

6.1.6 Parameter specification ............................................................................. 68

6.1.7 Personnel specification .............................................................................. 69

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6.1.8 Personnel specification property ................................................................ 70

6.1.9 Equipment specification ............................................................................. 71

6.1.10 Equipment specification property ............................................................... 72

6.1.11 Physical asset specification ....................................................................... 73

6.1.12 Physical asset specification property ......................................................... 74

6.1.13 Material specification ................................................................................. 75

6.1.14 Material specification property ................................................................... 76

6.1.15 Operations segment dependency ............................................................... 77

6.2 Operations schedule information ........................................................................... 77

6.2.1 Operations schedule model ....................................................................... 77

6.2.2 Operations schedule .................................................................................. 78

6.2.3 Operations request .................................................................................... 80

6.2.4 Segment requirement ................................................................................ 81

6.2.5 Segment parameter ................................................................................... 82

6.2.6 Personnel requirement .............................................................................. 83

6.2.7 Personnel requirement property ................................................................. 84

6.2.8 Equipment requirement .............................................................................. 85

6.2.9 Equipment requirement property ................................................................ 86

6.2.10 Physical asset requirement ........................................................................ 87

6.2.11 Physical asset requirement property .......................................................... 89

6.2.12 Material requirement .................................................................................. 89

6.2.13 Material requirement property .................................................................... 91

6.2.14 Requested segment response ................................................................... 92

6.3 Operations performance information ...................................................................... 92

6.3.1 Operations performance model .................................................................. 92

6.3.2 Operations performance ............................................................................ 93

6.3.3 Operations response ................................................................................. 94

6.3.4 Segment response ..................................................................................... 95

6.3.5 Segment data ............................................................................................ 96

6.3.6 Personnel actual ........................................................................................ 97

6.3.7 Personnel actual property .......................................................................... 98

6.3.8 Equipment actual ....................................................................................... 99

6.3.9 Equipment actual property ....................................................................... 100

6.3.10 Physical asset actual ............................................................................... 101

6.3.11 Physical asset actual property ................................................................. 102

6.3.12 Material actual ......................................................................................... 103

6.3.13 Material actual property ........................................................................... 105

6.4 Operations capability information ........................................................................ 105

6.4.1 Operations capability model ..................................................................... 105

6.4.2 Operations capability ............................................................................... 106

6.4.3 Personnel capability ................................................................................ 107

6.4.4 Personnel capability property................................................................... 109

6.4.5 Equipment capability ............................................................................... 109

6.4.6 Equipment capability property .................................................................. 110

6.4.7 Physical asset capability .......................................................................... 111

6.4.8 Physical asset capability property ............................................................ 112

6.4.9 Material capability ................................................................................... 113

6.4.10 Material capability property ...................................................................... 115

6.5 Process segment capability information ............................................................... 116

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6.5.1 Process segment capability model ........................................................... 116

6.5.2 Process segment capability ..................................................................... 117

7 Object model inter-relationships ................................................................................... 118

8 List of objects ............................................................................................................... 120

9 Compliance .................................................................................................................. 123

Annex A (normative) Production specific information.......................................................... 124

Annex B (informative) Use and examples ........................................................................... 132

Annex C (informative) Example data sets ........................................................................... 140

Annex D (informative) Questions and answers about object use ........................................ 148

Annex E (informative) Logical information flows ................................................................. 162

Bibliography ........................................................................................................................ 165

Figure 1 – Production operations management information models ....................................... 14

Figure 2 – Operations information models for operations management ................................. 15

Figure 3 – Detailed resource relationship in models .............................................................. 18

Figure 4 – Hierarchy scope model ......................................................................................... 20

Figure 5 – Personnel model .................................................................................................. 24

Figure 6 – Role based equipment model ............................................................................... 30

Figure 7 – Physical asset model ........................................................................................... 35

Figure 8 – Physical asset and equipment relationship ........................................................... 36

Figure 9 – Material model ..................................................................................................... 41

Figure 10 – Example of a material with an assembly ............................................................. 52

Figure 11 – Process segment model ..................................................................................... 53

Figure 12 – Segment dependency examples ......................................................................... 62

Figure 13 – Operations definition model ................................................................................ 64

Figure 14 – Operations schedule model ................................................................................ 78

Figure 15 – Operations performance model .......................................................................... 92

Figure 16 – Operations capability Model ............................................................................. 106

Figure 17 – Process segment capability object model ......................................................... 116

Figure 18 – Object model inter-relationships ....................................................................... 118

Figure A.1 – Product definition model ................................................................................. 124

Figure A.2 – Production schedule model ............................................................................. 127

Figure A.3 – Production performance model ....................................................................... 129

Figure A.4 – Production capability model ............................................................................ 131

Figure B.1 – Personnel model ............................................................................................. 133

Figure B.2 – Instances of a person class ............................................................................ 134

Figure B.3 – UML model for class and class properties ....................................................... 134

Figure B.4 – Class property ................................................................................................ 135

Figure B.5 – Instances of a person properties ..................................................................... 135

Figure B.6 – Instances of person and person properties ..................................................... 135

Figure B.7 – XML schema for a person object ..................................................................... 138

Figure B.8 – XML schema for person properties .................................................................. 138

Figure B.9 – Example of person and person property .......................................................... 139

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Figure B.10 – Example of person class information ............................................................. 139

Figure B.11 – Adaptor to map different property IDs and values .......................................... 139

Figure D.1 – Class and property IDs used to identify elements............................................ 151

Figure D.2 – A property defining overlapping subsets of the capability ................................ 152

Figure D.3 – Routing for
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