Engineering data exchange format for use in industrial automation systems engineering - Automation markup language - Part 1: Architecture and general requirements

NEW!IEC 62714-1:2018 is available as IEC 62714-1:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 62714-1:2018 is a solution for data exchange focusing on the domain of automation engineering. The data exchange format defined in the IEC 62714 series (Automation Markup Language, AML) is an XML schema based data format and has been developed in order to support the data exchange in a heterogeneous engineering tools landscape. The goal of AML is to interconnect engineering tools in their different disciplines, e.g. mechanical plant engineering, electrical design, process engineering, process control engineering, HMI development, PLC programming, robot programming, etc. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2014. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) use of CAEX 3.0 according to IEC 62424:2016 b) improved modelling of references to documents outside of the scope of the present standard, c) modelling of references between CAEX attributes and items in external documents, d) revised role libraries, e) modified Port concept, f) modelling of multilingual expressions, g) modelling of structured attribute lists or array, h) a new AML container format, i) a new standard AML attribute library

Datenaustauschformat für Planungsdaten industrieller Automatisierungssysteme - Automation markup language - Teil 1: Architektur und allgemeine Festlegungen

Format d’échange de données techniques pour une utilisation dans l’ingénierie des systèmes d'automatisation industrielle - Automation markup language - Partie 1: Architecture et exigences générales

NEW!IEC 62714-1:2018 est disponible sous forme de IEC 62714-1:2018 RLV qui contient la Norme internationale et sa version Redline, illustrant les modifications du contenu technique depuis l'édition précédente.L'IEC 62714-1:2018 constitue une approche de l'échange de données qui cible le domaine de l'ingénierie de l'automatisation. Le format d'échange de données défini dans la série IEC 62714 (Automation Markup Language, AML) est un format de données de type schéma XML pour les données d'ingénierie d'usine. L’AML a été mis au point afin de venir à l'appui de l'échange de données dans un environnement d'outils techniques hétérogène. L'objectif de l’AML est l'interconnexion des outils techniques dans leurs différentes disciplines, par exemple, ingénierie des installations mécaniques, études d'électricité, ingénierie de procédés, ingénierie de commande de processus, développement des IHM, programmation PLC, programmation de robots, etc. Cette deuxième édition annule et remplace la première édition parue en 2014. Cette édition constitue une révision technique. Cette édition inclut les modifications techniques majeures suivantes par rapport à l'édition précédente: a) utilisation de CAEX 3.0 conformément à l'IEC 62424:2016 b) modélisation améliorée des références aux documents ne relevant pas du domaine d'application de la présente norme, c) modélisation des références entre les attributs CAEX et les éléments dans des documents externes (dans une feuille Excel, par exemple), d) bibliothèques de rôles révisées, e) concept d'accès modifié, f) modélisation des expressions multilingues, g) modélisation de listes ou de tableaux d'attributs structuré(e)s, h) nouveau format de conteneur AML, i) nouvelle bibliothèque d'attributs AML normalisée.

Oblika izmenjave tehničnih podatkov za uporabo v industrijskem inženiringu avtomatizacije sistemov - Označevalni jezik za avtomatizacijo - 1. del: Arhitektura in splošne zahteve (IEC 62714-1:2018)

Ta del standarda IEC 62714 določa splošne zahteve in arhitekturo označevalnega jezika za avtomatizacijo (AML) za oblikovanje tehničnih podatkov, ki se izmenjujejo med inženirskimi orodji za industrijsko avtomatizacijo in kontrolne sisteme. Določbe standarda se uporabljajo za izvozne/uvozne aplikacije povezanih orodij.
Ta del standarda IEC 62714 ne opredeljuje podrobnosti postopka izmenjave podatkov ali izvedbenih zahtev za uvozna/izvozna orodja.

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN IEC 62714-1:2018
01-oktober-2018
Nadomešča:
SIST EN 62714-1:2015
Oblika izmenjave tehničnih podatkov za uporabo v industrijskem inženiringu

avtomatizacije sistemov - Označevalni jezik za avtomatizacijo - 1. del: Arhitektura

in splošne zahteve (IEC 62714-1:2018)

Engineering data exchange format for use in industrial automation systems engineering -

Automation markup language - Part 1: Architecture and general requirements (IEC
62714-1:2018)
Datenaustauschformat für Planungsdaten industrieller Automatisierungssysteme -

Automation markup language - Teil 1: Architektur und allgemeine Festlegungen (IEC

62714-1:2018)
Format déchange de données techniques pour une utilisation dans lingénierie des
systèmes d'automatisation industrielle - Automation markup language - Partie 1:
Architecture et exigences générales (IEC 62714-1:2018)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN IEC 62714-1:2018
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industrijskih postopkov measurement and control
35.060 Jeziki, ki se uporabljajo v Languages used in
informacijski tehniki in information technology
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EUROPEAN STANDARD EN IEC 62714-1
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
June 2018
ICS 25.040.40; 35.060; 35.240.50 Supersedes EN 62714-1:2014
English Version
Engineering data exchange format for use in industrial
automation systems engineering - Automation markup language
- Part 1: Architecture and general requirements
(IEC 62714-1:2018)

Format d'échange de données techniques pour une Datenaustauschformat für Planungsdaten industrieller

utilisation dans l'ingénierie des systèmes d'automatisation Automatisierungssysteme - Automation markup language -

industrielle - Automation markup language - Teil 1: Architektur und allgemeine Festlegungen

Partie 1: Architecture et exigences générales (IEC 62714-1:2018)
(IEC 62714-1:2018)

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European foreword

The text of document 65E/582/FDIS, future edition 2 of IEC 62714-1, prepared by SC 65E "Devices

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

automation" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel vote and approved by CENELEC as

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IEC 60027 Series NOTE Harmonized as EN 60027 Series.
IEC 62264-1 NOTE Harmonized as EN 62264-1.
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IEC 62714-3 NOTE Harmonized as EN 62714-3.
ISO 80000-1 NOTE Harmonized as EN ISO 80000-1.
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Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

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

applies.

NOTE 1 Where an International Publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant

EN/HD applies.

NOTE 2 Up-to-date information on the latest versions of the European Standards listed in this annex is available here:

www.cenelec.eu.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 62424 2016 Representation of process control EN 62424 2016
engineering - Requests in P&I diagrams
and data exchange between P&ID tools
and PCE-CAE tools
IEC 62714 Series Engineering data exchange format for use EN 62714 Series
in industrial automation systems
engineering - Automation markup language
ISO/PAS 17506 - Industrial automation systems and - -
integration - COLLADA digital asset
schema specification for 3D visualization of
industrial data
ISO/IEC 29500-2 - Information technology - Document - -
description and processing languages -
Office Open XML File Formats -
Part 2: Open Packaging Conventions
IETF RFC 2046 - Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions - -
(MIME) - Part Two: Media Types
[viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at

IETF RFC 4122 - A Universally Unique IDentifier (UUID) - -
URN Namespace
[viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at

IETF RFC 5646 - Tags for Identifying Languages - -
[viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at

COLLADA 1.4.1:March 2008, COLLADA – Digital Asset Schema Release 1.4.1 [viewed 2017-11-13].

Available at

PLCopen XML 2.0:December 3rd 2008 and PLCopen XML 2.0.1:May 8th 2009, XML formats for

IEC 61131-3 [viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 7

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 9

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 11

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 11

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

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

3.2 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................ 14

4 Conformity ..................................................................................................................... 15

5 AML architecture specification ....................................................................................... 15

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 15

5.2 General AML architecture ..................................................................................... 15

5.3 Sub document versions and AML superior document information .......................... 16

5.4 Meta information about the AML source tool ......................................................... 17

5.5 AML relations specification ................................................................................... 18

5.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 18

5.5.2 Class-instance-relations ................................................................................ 18

5.5.3 Instance-instance-relations ............................................................................ 18

5.5.4 Identification of objects .................................................................................. 20

5.6 AML document reference specification .................................................................. 20

5.6.1 General ......................................................................................................... 20

5.6.2 Referencing COLLADA documents ................................................................ 20

5.6.3 Referencing PLCopen XML documents .......................................................... 20

5.6.4 Referencing additional documents in the scope of IEC 62714 (all parts) ........ 20

5.6.5 Referencing documents outside of the scope of IEC 62714 (all parts) ............ 20

5.6.6 Referencing CAEX attributes to items in external documents ......................... 21

6 AML base libraries ......................................................................................................... 21

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 21

6.2 General provisions ................................................................................................ 21

6.3 AML interface class library – AutomationMLInterfaceClassLib ............................... 22

6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 22

6.3.2 InterfaceClass AutomationMLBaseInterface ................................................... 24

6.3.3 InterfaceClass Order ..................................................................................... 24

6.3.4 InterfaceClass Port ........................................................................................ 25

6.3.5 InterfaceClass PPRConnector ....................................................................... 25

6.3.6 InterfaceClass ExternalDataConnector .......................................................... 26

6.3.7 InterfaceClass COLLADAInterface ................................................................. 26

6.3.8 InterfaceClass PLCopenXMLInterface ........................................................... 27

6.3.9 InterfaceClass ExternalDataReference .......................................................... 27

6.3.10 InterfaceClass Communication ...................................................................... 27

6.3.11 InterfaceClass SignalInterface ....................................................................... 28

6.4 AML basic role class library – AutomationMLBaseRoleClassLib ............................ 28

6.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 28

6.4.2 RoleClass AutomationMLBaseRole ................................................................ 30

6.4.3 RoleClass Group ........................................................................................... 31

6.4.4 RoleClass Facet ............................................................................................ 31

6.4.5 RoleClass Resource ...................................................................................... 31

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6.4.6 RoleClass Product ......................................................................................... 32

6.4.7 RoleClass Process ........................................................................................ 32

6.4.8 RoleClass Structure ....................................................................................... 33

6.4.9 RoleClass ProductStructure ........................................................................... 33

6.4.10 RoleClass ProcessStructure .......................................................................... 34

6.4.11 RoleClass ResourceStructure ........................................................................ 34

6.4.12 RoleClass ExternalData ................................................................................. 34

6.5 AML basic attribute type library ............................................................................. 35

6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 35

6.5.2 Attributes of the AutomationMLBaseAttributeTypeLib ..................................... 36

7 Modelling of user-defined data ....................................................................................... 39

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 39

7.2 User-defined attributes.......................................................................................... 39

7.3 User-defined AttributeTypes .................................................................................. 39

7.4 User-defined InterfaceClasses .............................................................................. 40

7.5 User-defined RoleClasses ..................................................................................... 41

7.6 User-defined SystemUnitClasses .......................................................................... 42

7.7 User-defined InstanceHierarchies ......................................................................... 43

8 Extended AML concepts ................................................................................................ 44

8.1 General overview .................................................................................................. 44

8.2 AML Port interface ................................................................................................ 44

8.3 AML Facet object .................................................................................................. 44

8.4 AML Group object ................................................................................................. 45

8.5 Splitting of AML top-level data into different documents ........................................ 45

8.6 Internationalization, AML multilingual expression .................................................. 45

8.7 Version information of AML objects ....................................................................... 46

8.8 Modelling of structured attribute lists or arrays ...................................................... 46

8.9 AML Container ...................................................................................................... 46

Annex A (informative) General introduction into the Automation Markup Language .............. 48

A.1 General Automation Markup Language concepts .................................................. 48

A.1.1 The Automation Markup Language architecture ............................................. 48

A.1.2 Modelling of plant topology information .......................................................... 49

A.1.3 Referencing geometry and kinematics information ......................................... 51

A.1.4 Referencing logic information ........................................................................ 51

A.1.5 Referencing documents outside of the scope of IEC 62714 ............................ 52

A.1.6 Interlinking CAEX attributes and attributes in external documents .................. 53

A.1.7 Modelling of relations..................................................................................... 54

A.2 Extended AML concepts and examples ................................................................. 57

A.2.1 General overview ........................................................................................... 57

A.2.2 AML Port concept .......................................................................................... 57

A.2.3 AML Facet concept ........................................................................................ 60

A.2.4 AML Group concept ....................................................................................... 62

A.2.5 Process-Product-Resource concept ............................................................... 66

A.2.6 AML multilingual expression concept ............................................................. 74

A.2.7 Attribute lists and arrays ................................................................................ 75

Annex B (informative) XML representation of standard AML base libraries ........................... 79

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 81

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Figure 1 – Overview of the engineering data exchange format AML ........................................ 9

Figure 2 – AML document version information ...................................................................... 17

Figure 3 – XML text of the AML source tool information ........................................................ 17

Figure 4 – Example of a relation as block diagram and as object tree ................................... 19

Figure 5 – Example relation between the objects “PLC1” and “Rob1” .................................... 19

Figure 6 – XML text of the example relation between the objects “PLC1” and “Rob1” ............ 19

Figure 7 – AML basic interface class library .......................................................................... 23

Figure 8 – XML description of the AML basic interface class library ...................................... 24

Figure 9 – AML basic role class library.................................................................................. 29

Figure 10 – AutomationMLBaseRoleClassLib ........................................................................ 30

Figure 11 – XML text of the AutomationMLBaseRoleClassLib ............................................... 30

Figure 12 – AML basic attribute type library .......................................................................... 35

Figure 13 – XML text of the AutomationMLBaseAttributeTypeLib .......................................... 36

Figure 14 – Example of a user-defined attribute .................................................................... 39

Figure 15 – Examples for user-defined AttributeTypes .......................................................... 40

Figure 16 – XML code of the examples for user-defined AttributeTypes ................................ 40

Figure 17 – Example of a user-defined InterfaceClass in a user-defined

InterfaceClassLib .................................................................................................................. 41

Figure 18 – XML code of the example of a user-defined InterfaceClass in a user-

defined InterfaceClassLib ..................................................................................................... 41

Figure 19 – Example of a user-defined RoleClass in a user-defined RoleClassLib ............... 42

Figure 20 – XML code of the example of a user-defined RoleClass in a user-defined

RoleClassLib ........................................................................................................................ 42

Figure 21 – Examples for different user-defined SystemUnitClasses ..................................... 42

Figure 22 – XML code of the examples for different user-defined SystemUnitClasses ........... 43

Figure 23 – Example of a user-defined InstanceHierarchy ..................................................... 43

Figure 24 – AML representation of a user-defined InstanceHierarchy .................................... 44

Figure A.1 – AML general architecture .................................................................................. 48

Figure A.2 – Plant topology with AML ................................................................................... 50

Figure A.3 – Reference from CAEX to a COLLADA document ............................................... 51

Figure A.4 – Reference from a CAEX to a PLCopen XML document ..................................... 51

Figure A.5 – Example of referencing an external document ................................................... 52

Figure A.6 – XML text of the example for referencing an external document ......................... 52

Figure A.7 – Example of referencing a CAEX attribute to an item in an external

document .............................................................................................................................. 53

Figure A.8 – XML text of the example for referencing a CAEX attribute to an item in an

external document ................................................................................................................ 54

Figure A.9 – Relations in AML ............................................................................................... 55

Figure A.10 – XML description of the relations example ........................................................ 56

Figure A.11 – XML text of the SystemUnitClassLib of the relations example ......................... 56

Figure A.12 – XML text of the InstanceHierarchy of the relations example ............................ 57

Figure A.13 – Port concept ................................................................................................... 58

Figure A.14 – Example describing the AML Port concept ...................................................... 58

Figure A.15 – XML description of the AML Port concept ........................................................ 59

Figure A.16 – XML text describing the AML Port concept ...................................................... 60

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Figure A.17 – Definition of a user-defined AML Port class “UserDefinedPort” ........................ 60

Figure A.18 – AML Facet example ........................................................................................ 61

Figure A.19 – XML text of the AML Facet example ................................................................ 62

Figure A.20 – AML Group example ....................................................................................... 63

Figure A.21 – XML text for the AML Group example .............................................................. 63

Figure A.22 – Combination of the Facet and Group concept .................................................. 64

Figure A.23 – XML text view for the combined Facet-Group example .................................... 65

Figure A.24 – Generic HMI template “B” visualizing a process variable “Y” of a

conveyor ............................................................................................................................... 66

Figure A.25 – Generated HMI result “B” visualizing both conveyors with individual

process variables .................................................................................................................. 66

Figure A.26 – Base elements of the Product-Process-Resource concept .............................. 67

Figure A.27 – PPRConnector interface.................................................................................. 67

Figure A.28 – Example for the Product-Process-Resource concept ....................................... 68

Figure A.29 – AML roles required for the Process-Product-Resource concept ...................... 68

Figure A.30 – Elements of the example ................................................................................. 69

Figure A.31 – Links within the example ................................................................................. 69

Figure A.32 – Links of the resource centric view on the example .......................................... 70

Figure A.33 – InstanceHierarchy of the example in AML ....................................................... 71

Figure A.34 – InternalElements of the example ..................................................................... 72

Figure A.35 – InternalLinks of the example ........................................................................... 72

Figure A.36 – InstanceHierarchy of the example in XML ....................................................... 73

Figure A.37 – Example describing the AML multilingual expression concept ......................... 74

Figure A.38 – XML description of the AML multilingual expression concept ........................... 74

Figure A.39 – XML text describing the AML multilingual expression concept ......................... 74

Figure A.40 – AML model of a multilingual AttributeType ...................................................... 75

Figure A.41 – XML code of the a multilingual AttributeType .................................................. 75

Figure A.42 – Attribute list “SupportedFrequencies” .............................................................. 76

Figure A.43 – XML code for the attribute list “SupportedFrequencies” ................................... 76

Figure A.44 – Example CAEX model of the array “Edges” ..................................................... 77

Figure A.45 – XML code for the attribute array “Edges” ......................................................... 78

Figure B.1 – XML text of the standard AML interface class library, role class library and

attribute type library .............................................................................................................. 80

Table 1 – Abbreviations ........................................................................................................ 15

Table 2 – Interface classes of the AutomationMLInterfaceClassLib ....................................... 22

Table 3 – InterfaceClass AutomationMLBaseInterface .......................................................... 24

Table 4 – InterfaceClass Order ............................................................................................. 25

Table 5 – Optional attributes for AML Port interfaces ............................................................ 25

Table 6 – InterfaceClass PPRConnector ............................................................................... 26

Table 7 – InterfaceClass ExternalDataConnector .................................................................. 26

Table 8 – InterfaceClass COLLADAInterface ........................................................................ 26

Table 9 – InterfaceClass PLCopenXMLInterface ................................................................... 27

Table 10 – InterfaceClass ExternalDataReference ................................................

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informacijski tehniki in information technology
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35.240.50 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in industry
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Engineering data exchange format for use in industrial
automation systems engineering - Automation markup language
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(IEC 62714-1:2018)

Format d'échange de données techniques pour une Datenaustauschformat für Planungsdaten industrieller

utilisation dans l'ingénierie des systèmes d'automatisation Automatisierungssysteme - Automation markup language -

industrielle - Automation markup language - Teil 1: Architektur und allgemeine Festlegungen

Partie 1: Architecture et exigences générales (IEC 62714-1:2018)
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European foreword

The text of document 65E/582/FDIS, future edition 2 of IEC 62714-1, prepared by SC 65E "Devices

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IEC 60027 Series NOTE Harmonized as EN 60027 Series.
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ISO 80000-1 NOTE Harmonized as EN ISO 80000-1.
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Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

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applies.

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www.cenelec.eu.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 62424 2016 Representation of process control EN 62424 2016
engineering - Requests in P&I diagrams
and data exchange between P&ID tools
and PCE-CAE tools
IEC 62714 Series Engineering data exchange format for use EN 62714 Series
in industrial automation systems
engineering - Automation markup language
ISO/PAS 17506 - Industrial automation systems and - -
integration - COLLADA digital asset
schema specification for 3D visualization of
industrial data
ISO/IEC 29500-2 - Information technology - Document - -
description and processing languages -
Office Open XML File Formats -
Part 2: Open Packaging Conventions
IETF RFC 2046 - Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions - -
(MIME) - Part Two: Media Types
[viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at

IETF RFC 4122 - A Universally Unique IDentifier (UUID) - -
URN Namespace
[viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at

IETF RFC 5646 - Tags for Identifying Languages - -
[viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at

COLLADA 1.4.1:March 2008, COLLADA – Digital Asset Schema Release 1.4.1 [viewed 2017-11-13].

Available at

PLCopen XML 2.0:December 3rd 2008 and PLCopen XML 2.0.1:May 8th 2009, XML formats for

IEC 61131-3 [viewed 2017-11-13]. Available at
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 7

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 9

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 11

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 11

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

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

3.2 Abbreviations ........................................................................................................ 14

4 Conformity ..................................................................................................................... 15

5 AML architecture specification ....................................................................................... 15

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 15

5.2 General AML architecture ..................................................................................... 15

5.3 Sub document versions and AML superior document information .......................... 16

5.4 Meta information about the AML source tool ......................................................... 17

5.5 AML relations specification ................................................................................... 18

5.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 18

5.5.2 Class-instance-relations ................................................................................ 18

5.5.3 Instance-instance-relations ............................................................................ 18

5.5.4 Identification of objects .................................................................................. 20

5.6 AML document reference specification .................................................................. 20

5.6.1 General ......................................................................................................... 20

5.6.2 Referencing COLLADA documents ................................................................ 20

5.6.3 Referencing PLCopen XML documents .......................................................... 20

5.6.4 Referencing additional documents in the scope of IEC 62714 (all parts) ........ 20

5.6.5 Referencing documents outside of the scope of IEC 62714 (all parts) ............ 20

5.6.6 Referencing CAEX attributes to items in external documents ......................... 21

6 AML base libraries ......................................................................................................... 21

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 21

6.2 General provisions ................................................................................................ 21

6.3 AML interface class library – AutomationMLInterfaceClassLib ............................... 22

6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 22

6.3.2 InterfaceClass AutomationMLBaseInterface ................................................... 24

6.3.3 InterfaceClass Order ..................................................................................... 24

6.3.4 InterfaceClass Port ........................................................................................ 25

6.3.5 InterfaceClass PPRConnector ....................................................................... 25

6.3.6 InterfaceClass ExternalDataConnector .......................................................... 26

6.3.7 InterfaceClass COLLADAInterface ................................................................. 26

6.3.8 InterfaceClass PLCopenXMLInterface ........................................................... 27

6.3.9 InterfaceClass ExternalDataReference .......................................................... 27

6.3.10 InterfaceClass Communication ...................................................................... 27

6.3.11 InterfaceClass SignalInterface ....................................................................... 28

6.4 AML basic role class library – AutomationMLBaseRoleClassLib ............................ 28

6.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 28

6.4.2 RoleClass AutomationMLBaseRole ................................................................ 30

6.4.3 RoleClass Group ........................................................................................... 31

6.4.4 RoleClass Facet ............................................................................................ 31

6.4.5 RoleClass Resource ...................................................................................... 31

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6.4.6 RoleClass Product ......................................................................................... 32

6.4.7 RoleClass Process ........................................................................................ 32

6.4.8 RoleClass Structure ....................................................................................... 33

6.4.9 RoleClass ProductStructure ........................................................................... 33

6.4.10 RoleClass ProcessStructure .......................................................................... 34

6.4.11 RoleClass ResourceStructure ........................................................................ 34

6.4.12 RoleClass ExternalData ................................................................................. 34

6.5 AML basic attribute type library ............................................................................. 35

6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 35

6.5.2 Attributes of the AutomationMLBaseAttributeTypeLib ..................................... 36

7 Modelling of user-defined data ....................................................................................... 39

7.1 General ................................................................................................................. 39

7.2 User-defined attributes.......................................................................................... 39

7.3 User-defined AttributeTypes .................................................................................. 39

7.4 User-defined InterfaceClasses .............................................................................. 40

7.5 User-defined RoleClasses ..................................................................................... 41

7.6 User-defined SystemUnitClasses .......................................................................... 42

7.7 User-defined InstanceHierarchies ......................................................................... 43

8 Extended AML concepts ................................................................................................ 44

8.1 General overview .................................................................................................. 44

8.2 AML Port interface ................................................................................................ 44

8.3 AML Facet object .................................................................................................. 44

8.4 AML Group object ................................................................................................. 45

8.5 Splitting of AML top-level data into different documents ........................................ 45

8.6 Internationalization, AML multilingual expression .................................................. 45

8.7 Version information of AML objects ....................................................................... 46

8.8 Modelling of structured attribute lists or arrays ...................................................... 46

8.9 AML Container ...................................................................................................... 46

Annex A (informative) General introduction into the Automation Markup Language .............. 48

A.1 General Automation Markup Language concepts .................................................. 48

A.1.1 The Automation Markup Language architecture ............................................. 48

A.1.2 Modelling of plant topology information .......................................................... 49

A.1.3 Referencing geometry and kinematics information ......................................... 51

A.1.4 Referencing logic information ........................................................................ 51

A.1.5 Referencing documents outside of the scope of IEC 62714 ............................ 52

A.1.6 Interlinking CAEX attributes and attributes in external documents .................. 53

A.1.7 Modelling of relations..................................................................................... 54

A.2 Extended AML concepts and examples ................................................................. 57

A.2.1 General overview ........................................................................................... 57

A.2.2 AML Port concept .......................................................................................... 57

A.2.3 AML Facet concept ........................................................................................ 60

A.2.4 AML Group concept ....................................................................................... 62

A.2.5 Process-Product-Resource concept ............................................................... 66

A.2.6 AML multilingual expression concept ............................................................. 74

A.2.7 Attribute lists and arrays ................................................................................ 75

Annex B (informative) XML representation of standard AML base libraries ........................... 79

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 81

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Figure 1 – Overview of the engineering data exchange format AML ........................................ 9

Figure 2 – AML document version information ...................................................................... 17

Figure 3 – XML text of the AML source tool information ........................................................ 17

Figure 4 – Example of a relation as block diagram and as object tree ................................... 19

Figure 5 – Example relation between the objects “PLC1” and “Rob1” .................................... 19

Figure 6 – XML text of the example relation between the objects “PLC1” and “Rob1” ............ 19

Figure 7 – AML basic interface class library .......................................................................... 23

Figure 8 – XML description of the AML basic interface class library ...................................... 24

Figure 9 – AML basic role class library.................................................................................. 29

Figure 10 – AutomationMLBaseRoleClassLib ........................................................................ 30

Figure 11 – XML text of the AutomationMLBaseRoleClassLib ............................................... 30

Figure 12 – AML basic attribute type library .......................................................................... 35

Figure 13 – XML text of the AutomationMLBaseAttributeTypeLib .......................................... 36

Figure 14 – Example of a user-defined attribute .................................................................... 39

Figure 15 – Examples for user-defined AttributeTypes .......................................................... 40

Figure 16 – XML code of the examples for user-defined AttributeTypes ................................ 40

Figure 17 – Example of a user-defined InterfaceClass in a user-defined

InterfaceClassLib .................................................................................................................. 41

Figure 18 – XML code of the example of a user-defined InterfaceClass in a user-

defined InterfaceClassLib ..................................................................................................... 41

Figure 19 – Example of a user-defined RoleClass in a user-defined RoleClassLib ............... 42

Figure 20 – XML code of the example of a user-defined RoleClass in a user-defined

RoleClassLib ........................................................................................................................ 42

Figure 21 – Examples for different user-defined SystemUnitClasses ..................................... 42

Figure 22 – XML code of the examples for different user-defined SystemUnitClasses ........... 43

Figure 23 – Example of a user-defined InstanceHierarchy ..................................................... 43

Figure 24 – AML representation of a user-defined InstanceHierarchy .................................... 44

Figure A.1 – AML general architecture .................................................................................. 48

Figure A.2 – Plant topology with AML ................................................................................... 50

Figure A.3 – Reference from CAEX to a COLLADA document ............................................... 51

Figure A.4 – Reference from a CAEX to a PLCopen XML document ..................................... 51

Figure A.5 – Example of referencing an external document ................................................... 52

Figure A.6 – XML text of the example for referencing an external document ......................... 52

Figure A.7 – Example of referencing a CAEX attribute to an item in an external

document .............................................................................................................................. 53

Figure A.8 – XML text of the example for referencing a CAEX attribute to an item in an

external document ................................................................................................................ 54

Figure A.9 – Relations in AML ............................................................................................... 55

Figure A.10 – XML description of the relations example ........................................................ 56

Figure A.11 – XML text of the SystemUnitClassLib of the relations example ......................... 56

Figure A.12 – XML text of the InstanceHierarchy of the relations example ............................ 57

Figure A.13 – Port concept ................................................................................................... 58

Figure A.14 – Example describing the AML Port concept ...................................................... 58

Figure A.15 – XML description of the AML Port concept ........................................................ 59

Figure A.16 – XML text describing the AML Port concept ...................................................... 60

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Figure A.17 – Definition of a user-defined AML Port class “UserDefinedPort” ........................ 60

Figure A.18 – AML Facet example ........................................................................................ 61

Figure A.19 – XML text of the AML Facet example ................................................................ 62

Figure A.20 – AML Group example ....................................................................................... 63

Figure A.21 – XML text for the AML Group example .............................................................. 63

Figure A.22 – Combination of the Facet and Group concept .................................................. 64

Figure A.23 – XML text view for the combined Facet-Group example .................................... 65

Figure A.24 – Generic HMI template “B” visualizing a process variable “Y” of a

conveyor ............................................................................................................................... 66

Figure A.25 – Generated HMI result “B” visualizing both conveyors with individual

process variables .................................................................................................................. 66

Figure A.26 – Base elements of the Product-Process-Resource concept .............................. 67

Figure A.27 – PPRConnector interface.................................................................................. 67

Figure A.28 – Example for the Product-Process-Resource concept ....................................... 68

Figure A.29 – AML roles required for the Process-Product-Resource concept ...................... 68

Figure A.30 – Elements of the example ................................................................................. 69

Figure A.31 – Links within the example ................................................................................. 69

Figure A.32 – Links of the resource centric view on the example .......................................... 70

Figure A.33 – InstanceHierarchy of the example in AML ....................................................... 71

Figure A.34 – InternalElements of the example ..................................................................... 72

Figure A.35 – InternalLinks of the example ........................................................................... 72

Figure A.36 – InstanceHierarchy of the example in XML ....................................................... 73

Figure A.37 – Example describing the AML multilingual expression concept ......................... 74

Figure A.38 – XML description of the AML multilingual expression concept ........................... 74

Figure A.39 – XML text describing the AML multilingual expression concept ......................... 74

Figure A.40 – AML model of a multilingual AttributeType ...................................................... 75

Figure A.41 – XML code of the a multilingual AttributeType .................................................. 75

Figure A.42 – Attribute list “SupportedFrequencies” .............................................................. 76

Figure A.43 – XML code for the attribute list “SupportedFrequencies” ................................... 76

Figure A.44 – Example CAEX model of the array “Edges” ..................................................... 77

Figure A.45 – XML code for the attribute array “Edges” ......................................................... 78

Figure B.1 – XML text of the standard AML interface class library, role class library and

attribute type library .............................................................................................................. 80

Table 1 – Abbreviations ........................................................................................................ 15

Table 2 – Interface classes of the AutomationMLInterfaceClassLib ....................................... 22

Table 3 – InterfaceClass AutomationMLBaseInterface .......................................................... 24

Table 4 – InterfaceClass Order ............................................................................................. 25

Table 5 – Optional attributes for AML Port interfaces ............................................................ 25

Table 6 – InterfaceClass PPRConnector ............................................................................... 26

Table 7 – InterfaceClass ExternalDataConnector .................................................................. 26

Table 8 – InterfaceClass COLLADAInterface ........................................................................ 26

Table 9 – InterfaceClass PLCopenXMLInterface ................................................................... 27

Table 10 – InterfaceClass ExternalDataReference ................................................................ 27

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