Platt­form Indus­trie 4.0 (PI4.0) and IDSA are brin­ging tog­e­ther their com­pe­ten­ci­es: PI4.0’s know-how regar­ding Indus­try 4.0 and IDSA‘s exper­ti­se regar­ding data sover­eig­n­ty and data eco­sys­tems now com­ple­ment each other in the IDS‑I Com­mu­ni­ty.

Dr. Tho­mas Uslän­der, Fraun­ho­fer IOSB

Objec­tives of IDS‑I:

  1. estab­lish a vir­tu­al data space that sup­ports secu­re exchan­ge and
    easy lin­king of data in indus­tri­al busi­ness eco­sys­tems on the basis of
    tech­no­lo­gy stan­dards and com­mon gover­nan­ce models;
  2. ensu­re data sover­eig­n­ty by enab­ling data usa­ge moni­to­ring;
  3. pro­vi­de linkage to PI4.0 and the Indus­tri­al Inter­net Con­sor­ti­um with
    respect to pro­duc­tion and manu­fac­tu­ring;
  4. spe­ci­fy what inter­ope­ra­bi­li­ty may look like and how IDS value
    pro­po­si­ti­ons can be imple­men­ted in Indus­try 4.0 set­tings.

Andre­as Teu­scher, SICK AG

Basi­cal­ly, IDS‑I aims at com­bi­ning and lever­aging the fol­lo­wing con­cepts:

  1. secu­ri­ty gate­ways,
  2. secu­re iden­ti­ties,
  3. cross-com­pa­ny com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on by means of OPC UA,
  4. roles and rights models,
  5. stan­dar­di­za­ti­on.

Andre­as Teu­scher and Dr. Tho­mas Uslän­der are respon­si­ble for the new IDS‑I com­mu­ni­ty.

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