Engineering data exchange format for use in industrial automation systems engineering - Automation markup language - Part 5: Communication (IEC 62714-5:2022)

Engineering processes of technical systems and their embedded automation systems have to be executed with increasing efficiency and quality. Especially since the project duration tends to increase as the complexity of the engineered system increases. To solve this problem, the engineering process is more often being executed by exploiting software based engineering tools exchanging engineering information and artefacts along the engineering process related tool chain.
Communication systems establish an important part of modern technical systems and, especially, of automation systems embedded within them. Following the increasing decentralisation of automation systems and the application of fieldbus and Ethernet technology connecting automation devices and further interacting entities have to fulfil special requirements on communication quality, safety and security. Thus, within the engineering process of modern technical systems, engineering information and artefacts relating to communication systems also have to be exchanged along the engineering process tool chain.
In each phase of the engineering process of technical systems, communication system related information can be created which can be consumed in later engineering phases. A typical application case is the creation of configuration information for communication components of automation devices including communication addresses and communication package structuring within controller programming devices during the control programming phase and its use in a device configuration tool. Another typical application case is the transmission of communication device configurations to virtual commissioning tools, to documentation tools, or to diagnosis tools.
At present, the consistent and lossless transfer of communication system engineering information along the complete engineering chain of technical systems is unsolved. While user organisations and companies have provided data exchange formats for parts of the relevant information like FDCML, EDDL, and GSD the above named application cases cannot be covered by a data exchange format. Notably the networking related information describing communication relations and their properties and qualities cannot be modelled by a data exchange format.

Datenaustauschformat für Planungsdaten industrieller Automatisierungssysteme - Automation markup language - Teil 5: Kommunikation (IEC 62714-5:2022)

Format d'échange de données techniques pour une utilisation dans l'ingénierie des systèmes d'automatisation industrielle - Automation markup language - Partie 5: Communication (IEC 62714-5:2022)

IEC 62714-5:2022 Les processus d'ingénierie des systèmes techniques et de leurs systèmes d'automatisation intégrés sont exécutés avec une efficacité et une qualité croissantes, d'autant plus que la durée du projet a tendance à augmenter avec la complexité du système d'ingénierie. Pour résoudre ce problème, le processus d'ingénierie est plus souvent exécuté en exploitant des outils d'ingénierie fondés sur des logiciels échangeant des informations et des artefacts d'ingénierie le long de la chaîne d'outils liée au processus d'ingénierie.

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Ta del standarda IEC 61010 določa varnostne zahteve za električno opremo in njene dodatke v kategorijah od a) do c), kjer koli je namenjena za uporabo in ima eno ali več spodaj navedenih lastnosti:
– HLADILNI SISTEM, ki ga upravlja ali nanj vpliva vgrajena grelna funkcija tako, da skupni grelni in HLADILNI SISTEM ustvarjata dodatne in/ali večje NEVARNOSTI, kot če bi bila sistema neodvisna;
– materiale, ki se obdelujejo pri namenski uporabi, vpeljejo znatno količino toplote v HLADILNI SISTEM, tako da HLADILNI SISTEM pri taki uporabi ustvarja dodatne in/ali večje NEVARNOSTI, kot če bi deloval zgolj pri največji NAZIVNI temperaturi okolja;
– funkcijo obsevanja obdelovanih materialov, ki predstavlja dodatne NEVARNOSTI;
– funkcijo za izpostavljanje materialov, ki se obdelujejo, prekomerni vlagi, ogljikovemu dioksidu, solni megli ali drugim snovem, ki lahko povzročijo dodatne NEVARNOSTI;
– funkcijo MEHANSKEGA GIBANJA, ki predstavlja dodatne NEVARNOSTI;
– določbo, ki UPRAVLJAVCU dovoljuje, da vstopi na območje delovanja, da naloži ali razloži obdelovane materiale.

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Oblika izmenjave tehničnih podatkov za uporabo v industrijskem inženiringu
avtomatizacije sistemov - Označevalni jezik za avtomatizacijo - 5. del:
Komunikacija (IEC 62714-5:2022)

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

Automation markup language - Part 5: Communication (IEC 62714-5:2022)
Datenaustauschformat für Planungsdaten industrieller Automatisierungssysteme -
Automation markup language - Teil 5: Kommunikation (IEC 62714-5:2022)

Format d'échange de données techniques pour une utilisation dans l'ingénierie des

systèmes d'automatisation industrielle - Automation markup language - Partie 5:
Communication (IEC 62714-5:2022)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN IEC 62714-5:2022
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industrijskih postopkov measurement and control
35.060 Jeziki, ki se uporabljajo v Languages used in
informacijski tehniki in information technology
tehnologiji
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industriji
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Engineering data exchange format for use in industrial
automation systems engineering - Automation markup language
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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 - Partie 5: Teil 5: Kommunikation
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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 61131-3 - Programmable controllers - Part 3: EN 61131-3 -
Programming languages
IEC 61131-10 2019 Programmable controllers - Part 10: PLC EN IEC 61131-10 2019
open XML exchange format
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 62714-1 - Engineering data exchange format for use EN IEC 62714-1 -
in industrial automation systems
engineering - Automation Markup
Language - Part 1: Architecture and
general requirements
Engineering data exchange format for use
IEC 62714-4 - EN IEC 62714-4 -
in industrial automation systems
engineering - Automation markup
language - Part 4: Logic
IEC 81346 series Industrial systems, installations and - series
equipment and industrial products -
Structuring principles and reference
designations
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FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 6

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 8

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 8

3 Terms, definitions, abbreviated terms and acronyms ....................................................... 9

3.1 Terms and definitions .............................................................................................. 9

3.2 Abbreviated terms and acronyms ............................................................................ 9

4 Use cases and network structures ................................................................................. 10

4.1 General ................................................................................................................. 10

4.2 Use cases ............................................................................................................. 10

4.2.1 Engineering activities..................................................................................... 10

4.2.2 Lossless transfer of communication device instance information .................... 11

4.2.3 Lossless transfer of communication system information ................................. 14

4.3 Delimitation of modelling range ............................................................................. 16

4.3.1 Scope of the modelling range ........................................................................ 16

4.3.2 Interaction structures and life cycles .............................................................. 16

4.3.3 Network objects ............................................................................................. 17

4.3.4 Network topologies ........................................................................................ 18

4.3.5 Communication content ................................................................................. 23

4.4 Derived modelling requirements ............................................................................ 23

5 UML model .................................................................................................................... 24

5.1 Overview............................................................................................................... 24

5.2 Logical topology .................................................................................................... 24

5.2.1 Aim of logical topology ................................................................................... 24

5.2.2 Item logicalTopology ...................................................................................... 25

5.2.3 Item logicalConnection .................................................................................. 25

5.2.4 Item logicalEndPoint ...................................................................................... 25

5.3 Physical topology .................................................................................................. 26

5.3.1 Aim of physical topology ................................................................................ 26

5.3.2 Item physicalTopology ................................................................................... 26

5.3.3 Item physicalConnection ................................................................................ 26

5.3.4 Item physicalEndPoint ................................................................................... 27

5.4 Device .................................................................................................................. 27

5.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 27

5.4.2 Item physicalDevice ....................................................................................... 27

5.4.3 Item Information ............................................................................................ 28

5.4.4 Item physicalDeviceInformation ..................................................................... 29

5.4.5 Item logicalDeviceInformation ........................................................................ 29

5.4.6 Item logicalDevice ......................................................................................... 29

5.4.7 Item networkDataList ..................................................................................... 29

5.4.8 Item networkDataItem .................................................................................... 29

5.4.9 Item logicalEndPointList ................................................................................ 29

5.4.10 Item physicalEndPointList .............................................................................. 29

5.4.11 Item physicalChannelList ............................................................................... 29

5.4.12 Item physicalChannel .................................................................................... 30

5.4.13 Item deviceResource ..................................................................................... 30

5.4.14 Item variableList ............................................................................................ 30

5.4.15 Item variable .................................................................................................. 30

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5.4.16 Item pduList ................................................................................................... 31

5.4.17 Item pdu ........................................................................................................ 31

5.4.18 Item protocolData .......................................................................................... 32

5.4.19 Item payload .................................................................................................. 32

5.4.20 Item processDataItemList .............................................................................. 32

5.4.21 Item parameterItemList .................................................................................. 32

5.4.22 Item dataItem ................................................................................................ 32

5.4.23 Item processDataItem .................................................................................... 32

5.4.24 Item processDataInput ................................................................................... 33

5.4.25 Item processDataOutput ................................................................................ 33

5.4.26 Item parameterItem ....................................................................................... 33

6 Representation within AutomationML ............................................................................. 33

6.1 Overview of mapping ............................................................................................ 33

6.1.1 Introduction of mapping ................................................................................. 33

6.1.2 General mapping rules................................................................................... 33

6.1.3 Basics ........................................................................................................... 34

6.1.4 Modelling of relations..................................................................................... 35

6.1.5 Application process ....................................................................................... 36

6.2 Basic communication role class library .................................................................. 38

6.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 38

6.2.2 RoleClass PhysicalDevice ............................................................................. 39

6.2.3 RoleClass PhysicalEndpointlist ...................................................................... 40

6.2.4 RoleClass PhysicalConnection ...................................................................... 40

6.2.5 RoleClass PhysicalNetwork ........................................................................... 40

6.2.6 RoleClass LogicalDevice ............................................................................... 41

6.2.7 RoleClass LogicalEndpointlist ........................................................................ 41

6.2.8 RoleClass LogicalConnection ........................................................................ 41

6.2.9 RoleClass LogicalNetwork ............................................................................. 41

6.3 Basic communication interface class library .......................................................... 42

6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 42

6.3.2 InterfaceClass PhysicalEndPoint ................................................................... 42

6.3.3 InterfaceClass LogicalEndPoint ..................................................................... 42

6.4 Steps to model technology specific libraries .......................................................... 43

6.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 43

6.4.2 Step 1: Development of technology specific role classes ............................... 43

6.4.3 Step 2: Development of technology specific interface classes ........................ 44

6.4.4 Step 3: Development of system unit class libraries ........................................ 44

6.4.5 Step 4: Modelling the network ........................................................................ 45

6.4.6 Step 5: Modelling the connections ................................................................. 46

6.5 PDU modelling ...................................................................................................... 46

6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 46

6.5.2 RoleClass CommunicationPackage ................................................................ 47

6.5.3 InterfaceClass DatagrammObject .................................................................. 48

6.5.4 Steps to model technology specific libraries ................................................... 49

6.6 References to attributes ........................................................................................ 51

6.7 Usage of metadata ................................................................................................ 53

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 55

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Figure 1 – General engineering activities communication system engineering is

embedded within ................................................................................................................... 10

Figure 2 – Information flow of the use case ........................................................................... 12

Figure 3 – Alternative information flow of the use case ......................................................... 13

Figure 4 – Information flow of the use case ........................................................................... 15

Figure 5 – Example of a logical level view on communication systems .................................. 17

Figure 6 – Example of a physical level view on communication systems ............................... 18

Figure 7 – Combined views on communication systems ........................................................ 18

Figure 8 – Star topology example.......................................................................................... 19

Figure 9 – Ring topology example ......................................................................................... 19

Figure 10 – Line topology example ....................................................................................... 20

Figure 11 – Simple network with direct wiring ....................................................................... 20

Figure 12 – Network with active infrastructure ....................................................................... 21

Figure 13 – Networks connected by gateways ....................................................................... 21

Figure 14 – Hierarchical structured networks ........................................................................ 22

Figure 15 – Network covering multiple applications ............................................................... 22

Figure 16 – General modelling strategy for PDUs.................................................................. 23

Figure 17 – Structure of communication network ................................................................... 24

Figure 18 – View on logical topology ..................................................................................... 25

Figure 19 – View on physical topology .................................................................................. 26

Figure 20 – Part 1 of the device model .................................................................................. 28

Figure 21 – Part 2 of the device model .................................................................................. 31

Figure 22 – Communication role class library and communication interface class

library ................................................................................................................................... 35

Figure 23 – Derived role class libraries and interface class libraries for a special

example ................................................................................................................................ 35

Figure 24 – SystemUnitClassLib examples for communication system modelling .................. 37

Figure 25 – Final network model example ............................................................................. 38

Figure 26 – Basic communication role class library ............................................................... 39

Figure 27 – CommunicationRoleClassLib .............................................................................. 39

Figure 28 – XML text of the communication role class library ................................................ 39

Figure 29 – Basic communication interface class library ....................................................... 42

Figure 30 – CommunicationInterfaceClassLib ....................................................................... 42

Figure 31 – XML text of the communication interface class library ........................................ 42

Figure 32 – Derivation of a technology specific role class library out of the base role

class library .......................................................................................................................... 43

Figure 33 – Derivation of a technology specific role class library out of the base role

class library .......................................................................................................................... 44

Figure 34 – Technology specific s ...................................................... 45

Figure 35 – Technology specific communication network ...................................................... 46

Figure 36 – Extended communication role class library ......................................................... 47

Figure 37 – Extended CommunicationRoleClassLib .............................................................. 47

Figure 38 – XML text of the extended communication role class library ................................. 47

Figure 39 – Extended communication interface class library ................................................. 48

Figure 40 – Extended CommunicationInterfaceClassLib ........................................................ 48

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Figure 41 – XML text of the extended communication role class library ................................. 48

Figure 42 – Derivation of a technology specific role class library out of the extended

role class library ................................................................................................................... 49

Figure 43 – Derivation of a technology specific interface class library out of the

extended interface class library ............................................................................................. 50

Figure 44 – Technology specific extended s ....................................... 50

Figure 45 – Technology specific communication network with communication package

models .................................................................................................................................. 51

Figure 46 − Field SourceDocumentInformation according to communication related

libraries ................................................................................................................................ 54

Table 1 – Mapping rules ....................................................................................................... 34

Table 2 – Modelling of relations in AutomationML ................................................................. 36

Table 3 – RoleClass PhysicalDevice ..................................................................................... 40

Table 4 – RoleClass PhysicalEndpointlist ............................................................................. 40

Table 5 – RoleClass PhysicalConnection .............................................................................. 40

Table 6 – RoleClass PhysicalNetwork ................................................................................... 40

Table 7 – RoleClass LogicalDevice ....................................................................................... 41

Table 8 – RoleClass LogicalEndpointlist ............................................................................... 41

Table 9 – RoleClass LogicalConnection ................................................................................ 41

Table 10 – RoleClass LogicalNetwork ................................................................................... 41

Table 11 – InterfaceClass PhysicalEndPoint ......................................................................... 42

Table 12 – InterfaceClass LogicalEndPoint ........................................................................... 43

Table 13 – RoleClass CommunicationPackage ..................................................................... 48

Table 14 – InterfaceClass DatagrammObject ........................................................................ 49

Table 15 – Communication related attributes ........................................................................ 52

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
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avtomatizacije sistemov - Označevalni jezik za avtomatizacijo - 5. del:
Komunikacija

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

Automation Markup Language - Part 5: Communication
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN IEC 62714-5:2021
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industrijskih postopkov measurement and control
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tehnologiji
35.240.50 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in industry
industriji
oSIST prEN IEC 62714-5:2021 en,fr,de

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

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1 CONTENTS

3 FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 6

4 1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 8

5 2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 8

6 3 Terms, definitions, abbreviated terms and acronyms ....................................................... 9

7 3.1 Terms and definitions .............................................................................................. 9

8 3.2 Abbreviated terms and acronyms ............................................................................ 9

9 4 Use Cases and network structures ................................................................................ 10

10 4.1 General ................................................................................................................. 10

11 4.2 Use Cases ............................................................................................................ 10

12 4.2.1 Lossless transfer of communication device instance information .................... 11

13 4.2.2 Lossless transfer of communication system information ................................. 13

14 4.3 Delimination of modelling range ............................................................................ 15

15 4.3.1 Interaction structures and life cycles .............................................................. 15

16 4.3.2 Network objects ............................................................................................. 16

17 4.3.3 Network topologies ........................................................................................ 17

18 4.3.4 Communication content ................................................................................. 22

19 4.4 Derived modelling requirements ............................................................................ 22

20 5 UML model .................................................................................................................... 23

21 5.1 Overview............................................................................................................... 23

22 5.2 Logical topology .................................................................................................... 23

23 5.2.1 Item logicalTopology ...................................................................................... 24

24 5.2.2 Item logicalConnection .................................................................................. 24

25 5.2.3 Item logicalEndPoint ...................................................................................... 24

26 5.3 Physical topology .................................................................................................. 25

27 5.3.1 Item physicalTopology ................................................................................... 25

28 5.3.2 Item physicalConnection ................................................................................ 25

29 5.3.3 Item physicalEndPoint ................................................................................... 25

30 5.4 Device .................................................................................................................. 26

31 5.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 26

32 5.4.2 Item physicalDevice ....................................................................................... 26

33 5.4.3 Item Information ............................................................................................ 27

34 5.4.4 Item physicalDeviceInformation ..................................................................... 27

35 5.4.5 Item logicalDeviceInformation ........................................................................ 27

36 5.4.6 Item variable .................................................................................................. 27

37 5.4.7 Item physicalChannelList ............................................................................... 27

38 5.4.8 Item physicalChannel .................................................................................... 27

39 5.4.9 Item logicalDevice ......................................................................................... 27

40 5.4.10 Item networkDataList ..................................................................................... 28

41 5.4.11 Item networkDataItem .................................................................................... 28

42 5.4.12 Item pduList ................................................................................................... 28

43 5.4.13 Item pdu ........................................................................................................ 28

44 5.4.14 Item protocolData .......................................................................................... 28

45 5.4.15 Item payload .................................................................................................. 28

46 5.4.16 Item processDataItemList .............................................................................. 28

47 5.4.17 Item parameterItemList .................................................................................. 28

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48 5.4.18 Item dataItem ................................................................................................ 28

49 5.4.19 Item processDataItem .................................................................................... 29

50 5.4.20 Item logicalEndPointList ................................................................................ 29

51 5.4.21 Item deviceResource ..................................................................................... 29

52 5.4.22 Item variableList ............................................................................................ 29

53 5.4.23 Item processDataInput ................................................................................... 30

54 5.4.24 Item processDataOutput ................................................................................ 30

55 5.4.25 Item parameterItem ....................................................................................... 31

56 6 Representation within AutomationML ............................................................................. 31

57 6.1 Overview of mapping ............................................................................................ 31

58 6.1.1 General mapping rules................................................................................... 31

59 6.1.2 Basics ........................................................................................................... 32

60 6.1.3 Modelling of relations..................................................................................... 33

61 6.1.4 Application process ....................................................................................... 33

62 6.2 Basic communication role class library .................................................................. 35

63 6.2.1 General ......................................................................................................... 35

64 6.2.2 RoleClass PhysicalDevice ............................................................................. 36

65 6.2.3 RoleClass PhysicalEndpointlist ...................................................................... 36

66 6.2.4 RoleClass PhysicalConnection ...................................................................... 37

67 6.2.5 RoleClass PhysicalNetwork ........................................................................... 37

68 6.2.6 RoleClass LogicalDevice ............................................................................... 37

69 6.2.7 RoleClass LogicalEndpointlist ........................................................................ 38

70 6.2.8 RoleClass LogicalConnection ........................................................................ 38

71 6.2.9 RoleClass LogicalNetwork ............................................................................. 38

72 6.3 Basic communication interface class library .......................................................... 39

73 6.3.1 General ......................................................................................................... 39

74 6.3.2 InterfaceClass PhysicalEndPoint ................................................................... 39

75 6.3.3 InterfaceClass LogicalEndPoint ..................................................................... 39

76 6.4 Steps to model technology specific libraries .......................................................... 40

77 6.4.1 General ......................................................................................................... 40

78 6.4.2 Step 1: Development of technology specific role classes ............................... 40

79 6.4.3 Step 2: Development of technology specific interface classes ........................ 40

80 6.4.4 Step 3: Development of system unit class libraries ........................................ 41

81 6.4.5 Step 4: Modelling the network ........................................................................ 42

82 6.4.6 Step 5: Modelling the connections ................................................................. 42

83 6.5 PDU modelling ...................................................................................................... 43

84 6.5.1 General ......................................................................................................... 43

85 6.5.2 RoleClass CommunicationPackage ................................................................ 43

86 6.5.3 InterfaceClass DatagrammObject .................................................................. 45

87 6.5.4 Steps to model technology specific libraries ................................................... 46

88 6.6 References to attributes ........................................................................................ 48

89 6.7 Usage of Metadata ................................................................................................ 51

90 Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 52

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93 Figure 1 – General Engineering activities communication system engineering is

94 embedded within ................................................................................................................... 10

95 Figure 2 – Information flow of the use case ........................................................................... 12

96 Figure 3 – Alternative information flow of the use case ......................................................... 13

97 Figure 4 – Information flow of the use case ........................................................................... 14

98 Figure 5 – Example of a logical level view on communication systems .................................. 16

99 Figure 6 – Example of a physical level view on communication systems ............................... 17

100 Figure 7 – Combined views on communication systems ........................................................ 17

101 Figure 8 – Star topology example.......................................................................................... 18

102 Figure 9 – Ring topology example ......................................................................................... 18

103 Figure 10 – Line topology example ....................................................................................... 19

104 Figure 11 – Simple network with direct wiring ....................................................................... 19

105 Figure 12 – Network with active infrastructure ....................................................................... 20

106 Figure 13 – Networks connected by gateways ....................................................................... 20

107 Figure 14 – Hierarchical structured networks ........................................................................ 21

108 Figure 15 – Network covering multiple applications ............................................................... 21

109 Figure 16 – General modelling strategy for PDUs.................................................................. 22

110 Figure 17 – Structure of communication network ................................................................... 23

111 Figure 18 – View on logical topology ..................................................................................... 24

112 Figure 19 – View on physical topology .................................................................................. 25

113 Figure 20 – Part 1 of the device model .................................................................................. 26

114 Figure 21 – Part 2 of the device model .................................................................................. 30

115 Figure 22 – Communication role class library and communication interface class library ....... 32

116 Figure 23 – Derived role class libraries and interface class libraries for a special

117 example ................................................................................................................................ 33

118 Figure 24 – SystemUnitClassLib examples for communication system modelling .................. 34

119 Figure 25 – Final network model example ............................................................................. 35

120 Figure 26 – Basic communication role class library ............................................................... 36

121 Figure 27 – CommunicationRoleClassLib .............................................................................. 36

122 Figure 28 – XML text of the communication role class library ................................................ 36

123 Figure 29 – Basic communication interface class library ....................................................... 39

124 Figure 30 – CommunicationInterfaceClassLib ....................................................................... 39

125 Figure 31 – - XML text of the communication interface class library ...................................... 39

126 Figure 32 – Derivation of a technology specific role class library out of the base role

127 class library .......................................................................................................................... 40

128 Figure 33 – Derivation of a technology specific role class library out of the base role

129 class library .......................................................................................................................... 41

130 Figure 34 – Technology specific s ...................................................... 42

131 Figure 35 – Technology specific communication network ...................................................... 43

132 Figure 36 – Extended communication role class library ......................................................... 44

133 Figure 37 – Extended CommunicationRoleClassLib .............................................................. 44

134 Figure 38 – XML text of the extended communication role class library ................................. 44

135 Figure 39 – Extended communication interface class library ................................................. 45

136 Figure 40 – Extended CommunicationInterfaceClassLib ........................................................ 45

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137 Figure 41 – XML text of the extended communication role class library ................................. 45

138 Figure 42 – Derivation of a technology specific role class library out of the extended

139 role class library ................................................................................................................... 46

140 Figure 43 – Derivation of a technology specific interface class library out of the

141 extended interface class library ............................................................................................. 46

142 Figure 44 – Technology specific extended s ....................................... 47

143 Figure 45 – Technology specific communication network with communication package

144 models .................................................................................................................................. 48

145

146 Table 1 – Mapping rules ....................................................................................................... 31

147 Table 2 – Modelling of relations in AutomationML ................................................................. 33

148 Table 3 – - RoleClass PhysicalDevice ................................................................................... 36

149 Table 4 – - RoleClass PhysicalEndpointlist ........................................................................... 37

150 Table 5 – RoleClass PhysicalConnection .............................................................................. 37

151 Table 6 – RoleClass PhysicalNetwork ................................................................................... 37

152 Table 7 – RoleClass LogicalDevice ....................................................................................... 37

153 Table 8 –RoleClass LogicalEndpointlist ................................................................................ 38

154 Table 9 – RoleClass LogicalConnection ................................................................................ 38

155 Table 10 – RoleClass LogicalNetwork ................................................................................... 38

156 Table 11 – InterfaceClass PhysicalEndPoint ......................................................................... 39

157 Table 12 – InterfaceClass LogicalEndPoint ........................................................................... 40

158 Table 13 – RoleClass CommunicationPackage ..................................................................... 44

159 Table 14 – InterfaceClass DatagrammObject ........................................................................ 45

160 Table 15 – Communication related attributes ........................................................................ 48

161 Table 16 – Field SourceDocumentInformation according to communication related

162 libraries ................................................................................................................................ 51

163
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164 INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION
165 ____________
166
167 ENGINEERING DATA EXCHANGE FORMAT FOR USE IN INDUSTRIAL
168 AUTOMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - AUTOMATION MARKUP
169 LANGUAGE
170
171 Part 5: Communication
172
173 FOREWORD

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224 ENGINEERING DATA EXCHANGE FORMAT FOR USE IN INDUSTRIAL
225 AUTOMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - AUTOMATION MARKUP
226 LANGUAGE
227
228 Part 5: Communication
229
230
231 1 Scope

232 Engineering processes of technical systems and their embedded automation systems have to

233 be executed with increasing efficiency and quality. Especially since the project duration tends

234 to increase as the complexity of the engineered system increases. To solve this problem, the

235 engineering process is more often being executed by exploiting software based engineering

236 tools exchanging engineering information and artefacts along the engineering process related

237 tool chain.

238 Communication systems establish an important part of modern technical systems and,

239 especially, of automation systems embedded within them. Following the increasing

240 decentralisation of automation systems and the application of fieldbus and Ethernet technology

241 connecting automation devices and further interacting entities have to fulfil special requirements

242 on communication quality, safety and security. Thus, within the engineering process of modern

243 technical systems, engineering information and artefacts relating to communication systems

244 also have to be exchanged along the engineering process tool chain.

245 In each phase of the engineering process of technical systems, communication system related

246 information can be created which can be consumed in later engineering phases. A typical

247 application case is the creation of configuration information for communication components of

248 automation devices including communication addresses and communication package

249 structuring within controller programming devices during the control programming phase and

250 its use in a device configuration tool. Another typical application case is the transmission of

251 communication device configurations to virtual commissioning tools, to documentation tools, or

252 to diagnosis tools.

253 At present, the consistent and lossless transfer of communication system engineering

254 information along the complete engineering chain of technical systems is unsolved. While user

255 organisations and companies have provided data exchange formats for parts of the relevant

256 information like FDCML, EDDL, and GSD the above named application cases cannot be covered

257 by a data exchange format. Notably the networking related information describing

258 communica
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