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ISA 95.00.01

Enterprise-Control System Integration − Part 1: Models and Terminology

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Organization: ISA
Publication Date: 13 May 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 90
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This standard describes the interface content between manufacturing operations and control functions and other enterprise functions. The interfaces considered are the interfaces between Levels 3 and 4 of the hierarchical model defined by this standard. The goals are to increase uniformity and consistency of interface terminology and reduce the risk, cost, and errors associated with implementing these interfaces.

The standard can be used to reduce the effort associated with implementing new product offerings. The goal is to have enterprise systems and control systems that inter-operate and easily integrate.

The scope of this standard is limited to

a) a presentation of the scope of the manufacturing operations and control domain;

b) a discussion of the organization of physical assets of an enterprise involved in manufacturing;

c) a listing of the functions associated with the interface between control functions and enterprise functions; and

d) a description of the information that is shared between control functions and enterprise functions.

Document History

ISA 95.00.01
May 13, 2010
Enterprise-Control System Integration − Part 1: Models and Terminology
This standard describes the interface content between manufacturing operations and control functions and other enterprise functions. The interfaces considered are the interfaces between Levels 3 and...
July 15, 2000
Enterprise-Control System Integration Part 1: Models and Terminolgy
This Part 1 standard defines the interface content between manufacturing control functions and other enterprise functions. The interfaces considered are the interfaces between levels 3 and 4 of the...
May 15, 2000
Enterprise-Control System Integration Part 1: Models and Terminolgy
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