Conceptualization, Modeling and Principles of Application of the ISA95 - 9510 Standard
Course on Conceptualization, Modeling and Principles of Application of the ISA95 Standard (9510).
- USD 1.000, - for Non-Members.
- USD 800, - for ARPEL / ISA Members.
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The technological development of information systems and telecommunications have greatly facilitated the incorporation and dynamic and optimal treatment of information, which has led to very powerful techniques for systematization and interoperability of production processes and decision-making processes in the organizations. Obviously, these developments have been applied to one of the most fundamental activities of the social process, namely: industrial production processes. And their final purpose is not limited to information processing, but rather aims to automate the entire process, integrating manufacturing and administration with a view to achieving what has been called "integration of production systems" or "business integration. ”.
Obtaining a comprehensive automation of production processes must take into account different aspects such as the process itself, the organizational structure of the company, resources and business management. In order to achieve an integrated system that handles the different aspects, it is necessary to have models of the organization's structure and its behavior that make it possible to demonstrate knowledge of the company's business processes.
Therefore, this course aims to study, understand, and discuss the principles, models and fields of application of the methodological approach proposed by the ISA-95 standard for the functional identification and development of industrial automation projects for the benefit of the improvement of production processes and decision-making processes in the organization.
- Conceptualize and analyze the principles and terminology defined in the ISA-95 standard.
- Study and understand the methodological proposal that the ISA-95 standard raises for the functional identification and development of business integration projects.
- Discuss the technical implications, weaknesses, advantages and fields of application under the principles and models of the ISA-95 standard.
The concepts and models of the ISA-95 standard will be presented to understand the flexibility of its principles and the diversity of fields of application in the different phases of business integration projects.
To meet the proposed objectives, a scheduled hourly intensity of 20 hours is required.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
Participants will have the ability to communicate based on the terminology provided by the ISA-95 standard, increasing the efficiency of communication and decision-making processes in the company's processes.
People will have the ability to understand the models provided by the ISA-95 standard, to document the processes in a unified way and to propose improvement proposals based on consolidated information through good manufacturing practices, allowing to have a useful and direct tool to support the diagnosis of the activities and processes of management of manufacturing operations in the company.
- INTRODUCTION (4 hours)
- Introduction to the course.
- General concepts of business integration.
- ISA-95 standard objective.
- Basic terminology of the ISA-95 standard.
- HIERARCHICAL MODEL AND FUNCTIONAL MODEL OF ISA-95 (4 hours)
- Overview of the ISA-95 standard.
- Hierarchical equipment model of the ISA-95 standard.
- Hierarchical Functional Model of the ISA-95 standard.
- Functional Data Flow Model of the ISA-95 standard.
- ISA-95 standard object MODEL (4 hours)
- ISA-95 standard object model.
- B2MML schemas.
- MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATION ISA-95.03 (8 hours)
- ISA-95.03 standard objective.
- General structure of the ISA-95.03 standard.
- ISA-95.03 Generic Activity Model.
- ISA. ANSI / ISA-95 parts 1-4. The Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society, 2004.
- ISA-95 Implementation Experiences, Momentum Press. 2010.
- ISA-88 and ISA-95 in the Life Science Industries, Momentum Press. 2011.
- FB Vernadat. Enterprise Modeling and Integration: Principles and Applications. Chapman and Hall, 1996.
- Chacón, E. et al. Comprehensive automation of continuous production systems. Discrete Systems and Industrial Automation Laboratory. LaSDAI. ULA. 2000.
- Rojas, O and Chacón, E. Standard ISA-95. Discrete Systems and Industrial Automation Laboratory. LaSDAI. ULA. 2007.
- TABLE. Control definition and MES to controls data flow possibilities. MESA and International, 1995.
- ESPRIT. Cimosa: Open systen architecture for CIM. Volume 1 of Research Reports ESPRIT, 1993.
- Articles and technical reports Intech.
- Articles and technical reports in international conferences on automation, systems and instrumentation - ISA.
Modalities and schedules:
- Face-to-face and / or virtual.
- Duration: 20 total hours.
It has no specific requirements. However, it is recommended that the professional has knowledge of any of the following topics:
- Engineering personnel who perform the specification, maintenance or updating of control systems.
- Process engineering personnel, control and operation of industrial process plants.
Course 9510: Conceptualization, Modeling and Principles of Application of the ISA95 Standard, Spanish
May 19, 2021 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Virtual Academic Campus
- May 2, 2017 10: 00 am - 6: 00 pm
- May 2, 2017 10: 00 am - 1: 00 pm