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ICT12M2 Architectures of Industrial Information Systems

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Module:

Programme:

ICT

ECTS:

6

Type:

Masters

Module name:

Architectures of Industrial Information Systems


Scope and form:


Duration (weeks; Hours/week):

13 weeks, 4h/week

Type of assessment:

During the semester students solve project for which they can obtain a maximum of 30 points and a test, for which they can obtain a maximum of 10 points. From the project, as well as from the test they must obtain at least half. The project is presented orally in a group. To grant the credits it is necessary to get at least 21 points. The maximum number of points students can obtain during the semester is 40 points. The final exam consists of three modules, example, test and theoretical module. For each module, students can obtain maximally 20 points, 60 points in total.  Students must obtain at least 10 points in each module. The resulting assessment is then calculated based on the ECTS credit system.

Qualified Prerequisites:

None


General module objectives:

The objective of the module are as follows: typical architectures of industrial information and control systems  with focus on middle levels; computer and control networks – their application and appropriate topologies; functionality, protocols and standards of  ICS middle level; virtualization and cloud technologies in the technologies of the process data acquisition using bidirectional transaction managers and process database servers - Historians, redundancy and systems availability mechanisms; monitoring of the quality and efficiency of production;  mobile and web reporting;


Topics and short description:

Models and architecture of the ICS for small, medium and large enterprises with a focus on the MES level (Manufacturing Execution System) and CPPSS (Collaboration Planning and Production System and Services)
Functionality, protocols and standards of  ICS middle level and its connection to technological and SCADA / HMI (visualization level management) levels, technological architectures of DCS (Distributed Control System)
Technologies of the process data acquisition using bidirectional transaction managers and process database servers - Historians, redundancy and systems availability mechanisms (failover, store and forward, and etc.). Diagnostics and data collection analysis from connected data points.
Systems of acquisition and historization of process data in real time in historian database servers. Subsystems, configuration, parameterization of historian database systems.
Monitoring of the quality and efficiency of production - monitoring of products and genealogy, adjustment of recipes, production processes and plans, performance monitoring, and material consumption in real-time, calculation of OEE and TEEP.
Providing and publishing of data for middle and higher levels of ICS through web and mobile technologies, industrial portals and services.
Mobile and web reporting (types of reports, correlations and reports from multiple data sources, integration of other web content, etc.) - advanced case studies and projects
Production intelligence, integration and cooperation - the FoF concept (Factory of the Future) and 4.0 Industry, industrial workflow, production analysis and decision support - an advanced case studies and projects
Virtualization and cloud technologies in the industry - CM (Cloud Manufacturing) and IoM (Intertnet of Machine) - an advanced case studies and projects
Security and safety aspects of industrial information systems


Learning outcomes:

Knowledge

Skills

Competences

Advanced knowledge of design of middle levels of the Information and Control Systems (ICS) architectures

Practical applications of web technologies in industrial management

Application of acquired knowledge and skills in design and realization of advanced case project of middle level ICS architecture

Basic knowledge ICS configuration alternatives and their comparison

Creation of virtual and remote environment for interactive simulation and remote control of technological processes

project work

Basic Industrial database systems, comparison and usage of different database platforms (relation database systems, noSQL database systems, historian production databases, …)

Usage and application of the most advanced information and communication technologies for the design and implementation of ICS architectures of industrial enterprises, using professional software tools

teamworking

Basic knowledge of networks in industrial environments, comparison and usage of stochastic and deterministic networks, reliability and security network  aspects

Realization of  

Comprehend application and selection of appropriate network topology for ICS

Basic knowledge of visualization systems and services for intelligent interaction

Comprehend application and selection of appropriate database and application solution for concrete ICS types


Recommended literature:

Corporate literature and manuals of Rockwell Automation, Siemens, Wonderware, Microsoft,  VMware
Internet resources - projects, papers, http://moodle.tuke.sk