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Industrial Data Space: Digital Sovereignty for Industry 4.0 and Smart Services

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The presentation takes a look on the digitization of the industrial enterprise, linking Industry 4.0 and Smart Service activities. It points out the crucial role of data for future business success and positions the Industrial Data Space as a collaborative approach to securely exchange and easily link data within business ecosystems. The presentation was given at the Manufacturing Analytics workshop organized by the Insitute of Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge on February 1st, 2016.

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Industrial Data Space: Digital Sovereignty for Industry 4.0 and Smart Services

  1. 1. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 1 Prof. Dr. Boris Otto · Cambridge · February 1st, 2016 INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE Digital Sovereignty for Industry 4.0 and Smart Services
  2. 2. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 2 AGENDA  Digitizing the Industrial Enterprise  The Role of Data and the Industrial Data Space  Outlook to Upcoming Activities
  3. 3. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 3 adidas combines digital services and lot size 1 production Source: Handelsblatt, August 6, 2015, No. 149; http://www.adidas-group.com/de/medien/newsarchiv/pressemitteilungen/ 2015/adidas-gruppe-erwirbt-runtastic/; startjp.com In-Store ProductionSmart Service »Runtastic«
  4. 4. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 4 Successful value propositions are becoming increasingly »hybrid«—as the example of adidas shows Image sources: otto.de (2015), techglam.com (2015), soccerreviews.com (2015), appfullapk.co (2015). Time »Hybridity« Physical Product (Running Shoe) »Traditional Service« (Work-Out Monitor) Digital Service (Runtastic)
  5. 5. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 5 Tool machine manufacturer TRUMPF wants to offer an AppStore around metal sheet processing Tool Machine as Physical Asset Digital Value-Added Service Source: http://www.de.trumpf.com/de/produkte/werkzeugmaschinen/services/software/trutops-boost/bedienphilosophie.html; https://www.media.trumpf.com/trumpfbdb/Object.jsp?web=bdb_press_free&obj_id=7675&view=image.
  6. 6. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 6 Digital products follow a platform architecture logic  Services can be separated from physical platforms  Architectural layers are de-coupled  Products turn to platforms—and vice-versa  Ecosystems form around platforms  Innovation happens in co-opetition modes Digital Business Architecture Principles of the Digital Economy SMART PRODUCTS SMART SPACES SMART DATA SMART SERVICES Source: Working Group Smart Service Welt (2015).
  7. 7. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 7 Agricultural machinery manufacturers are driving comprehensive digital farming solutions Precision Farming Value Creation in Ecosystems Image sources: wiwo (2015), traction-magazin.de (2014). Source: Beecham Research Ltd. (2014). Digital Farming Ecosystem Machine Providers Crop Science Companies Farmers Wholesale Technology Providers Influencers
  8. 8. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 8 Source: Working Group Smart Service Welt (2015), Ernst & Young (2011). The »Smart Service Welt« is a response to changing customer needs End-to-End Customer Process Individualization Ubiquity of Service Consumption Information Transparency
  9. 9. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 9 Thus, Industry 4.0 is a means to an end, not an end in itself—as the example of Audi shows Individualization of customer demands ↑ Number of models, variants, features ↑ Product life-cycles ↓ Globalization of processes ↑ Process and product complexity ↑ Cost targets ↗ Decision needs (strategic, tactical, operational) ↑ »Autonomization« of manufacturing ↑ Real-time information availability ↑ Interoperability of production systems ↑ Market and Customer Demands Manufacturing and Logistics Implications and Needs for Action Industry 4.0
  10. 10. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 10 Industry 4.0 enables smart manufacturing through cyber- physical systems and decentralized control Solution Components  Cyber-physical systems  Self-configuration  Virtual representation  Context-aware information management Benefits  Increased flexibility and agility  Coping with complexityNew customer order: We need an extra shift on Saturday. I need to go home now. Who can take over my orders? I have to be at the goods issue in 2 hours! I‘m booked out till Friday! Sorry, I‘m not available on Saturday. I can work on Saturday. Magazine will be empty soon, please refill!
  11. 11. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 11 Industry 4.0 enables smart manufacturing in electric car production Solution Components  All objects and items are interconnected  Assembly parts find their way on their own through production  Redundant manufacturing capacities are autonomously distributing work loads among each other Benefits  No central control systems required  Dynamic system reaction in case of exceptions  High scalability of all production processes Source: SMART FACE-Project Consortium (2014). Supported by
  12. 12. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 12 Industry 4.0 enables smart intralogistics  Small autonomous transport units (shuttles) replace inflexible conveyor technology  Cellular transport systems (CTS) follow self- control principle  CTS uses swarm intelligence for handling complex transport tasks.  Autonomous transport management  Increase of:  Changeability  Scalability and Flexibility  Logistics performance where it is required!
  13. 13. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 13 Industry 4.0 increases and efficiency in the warehouse Solution Components  Autonomous navigation in the shelf  No lift needed  Flexible deployment of rack racers  85 percent 3D printed components Benefits  Functional and cost advantages compared to state-of-the-art  Increased flexibility of storage systems  Reduced fixed costs  No bottleneck through lift, thus reduced storage cycle times Source: Fraunhofer IML (2014).
  14. 14. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 14 Industry 4.0 is a design principle for the industrial enterprise of the future Industry 4.0 Connectivity Autonomy Human- Machine- Interaction Virtual Entities Modularity Real-Time Capability
  15. 15. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 15 As a consequence production and supply chain complexity is dramatically increasing No. of Variants Production Volume per Variant 1850 1913 1955 1980 2000 Source: Koren (2010), cited in Bauernhansl (2014). Image sources: https://en.wikipedia.org (2015), https://www.impulse.de (2015), audi.de (2015), o2.co.uk (2015), computerbild.de (2015). Ford Model T VW Beetle Production Audi Configurator Mass Production Individualization »Shareconomy« Complexity Globalization iPhone 3D Printed Car
  16. 16. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 16 AGENDA  Digitizing the Industrial Enterprise  The Role of Data and the Industrial Data Space  Outlook to Upcoming Activities
  17. 17. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 17 Data has evolved from a byproduct of operations to a strategic resource Time Value-added Data as byproduct of processes Data as process enabler Data as product enabler Data as a product itself
  18. 18. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 18 Data is the strategic resource to link »Industry 4.0« and »Smart Service Welt« Information flow Public Data Data from the Value Chain Commercial Services Industrial Services Individualization End-to-End Customer Process Ecosystem Ubiquity Smart Data Management Interoperability Human-Machine- Collaboration Autonomous Systems Internet of Things Customer Production Networks Logistics Networks »Smart Service Welt«Data»Industry 4.0« Material flow.Legend:
  19. 19. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 19 The Industrial Data Space aims at a »Network of Trusted Data« Sovereignty Data and ServicesTrustworthiness Certified Members Decentralization Federated Architecture Openness Neutral and User-Driven Governance Common Rules of the Game Scalability Network Effects Ecosystem Platform and Services Security Data Exchange
  20. 20. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 20 The overall Industrial Data Space architecture takes four different viewpoints Business and Governance Data and Services Software Security Industrial Data Space
  21. 21. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 21 A technology-agnostic »Business Map« describes functional data services Industrial Data Space App Store Basic Data Services Provisioning Data Service Management and Use Vocabulary Management Software Curation Data Provenance Reporting Data Transformation Data Curation Data Anonymization Data Service Publication Data Service Search Data Service Request Data Service Subscription Vocabulary Creation Collaborative Vocabulary Maintenance Vocabulary/Schema Matching Knowledge Database Management Software Quality and Security Testing Industrial Data Space Broker Data Source Management Data Source Search Data Exchange Agreement Data Exchange Monitoring Data Source Publication Data Source Maintenance Version Controlling Key Word Search Taxonomy Search Multi-criteria Search »One Click« Agreement Data Source Subscription Transaction Accounting Data Exchange Clearing Data Usage Reporting Industrial Data Space Connector Data Exchange Execution Data Preprocessing Software Injection Remote Software Execution Data Request from Certified Endpoint Usage Information Maintenance (Expiration etc.) Data Mapping (from Source to Target Schema) Secure Data Transmission between Trusted Endpoints Preprocessing Software Deployment and Execution at Trusted Endpoint Data Compliance Monitoring (Usage Restrictions etc.) Remote Attestation Endpoint Authentication
  22. 22. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 22 Industrial Data Space Upload / Download / Search Internet AppsVocabulary Industrial Data Space Broker Clearing RegistryIndex Industrial Data Space App Store Internal IDS Connector Company A Internal IDS Connector Company B External IDS Connector External IDS Connector Upload Third Party Cloud Provider Download Upload / Download © Fraunhofer The software architecture consists of a set of components
  23. 23. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 23 The Industrial Data Space recognizes five different organizational roles Industrial Data Space Data Provider Data User AppStore Provider Broker Certifying Agency
  24. 24. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 24 Some key features characterize the Industrial Data Space  Digital sovereignty over data assets  Secure »Data Supply Chain«  Easy data linking  Data economy blueprint  Trusted participants through certification  Federated/distributed data storage  Collaborative data governance models  Open participation process
  25. 25. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 25 The Industrial Data Space focuses on data services Automotive Electronics Services Logistics Manufacturing Life Sciences Smart Service Domains Smart Services and Products »Smart Data Services« (Alerting, Monitoring, Data Quality etc.) »Basic Data Services« (Data Fusion, Mapping, Aggregation etc.) Internet of Things ∙ Broadband Infrastructure ∙ 5G Real-time Scenarios ∙ Sensors and Actuators ∙ Devices ArchitectureLayers INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE
  26. 26. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 26 The activities are organized as a research project and within a chartered association Preparation Research Project Use Phase Q3/2014 01.10.15 01.10.18 Industrial Data Space Chartered Association 26.01.16
  27. 27. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 27 The Industrial Data Space Chartered Association was founded on January 26th, 2015, in Berlin
  28. 28. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 28 AGENDA  Digitizing the Industrial Enterprise  The Role of Data and the Industrial Data Space  Outlook to Upcoming Activities
  29. 29. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 29 The work plan for the upcoming months is all set  Delivering BMBF research project  Identification of further use cases  Positioning on European level  Joint preparation of usage and operating models  Communication and public relations
  30. 30. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 30 The Industrial Data Space activites are closely aligned with the »plattform Industrie 4.0« Retail 4.0 Banking 4.0Insurance 4.0 …Industrie 4.0 Focus on Manufacturing Industries Smart Services Network, Data Transmission Real-time Systems Industrial Data Space Focus on Data Data …
  31. 31. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 31 Innovative Digital Business Models require the »Tactile Internet« Car2Car & Car2X Communication Industrial Wireless Requirements  1000 x Data Throughput  100 x Devices  10 x Battery Lifespan  1 ms Latency Technology  DSL boxes and streep lights become transmitters  Fibreglass Testbed Mobile High Speed Internet
  32. 32. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 32 The Industrial Data Space at a Glance!
  33. 33. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 33 Prof. Dr. Boris Otto Fraunhofer IML & ISST Boris.Otto@iml.fraunhofer.de https://de.linkedin.com/pub/boris-otto/1/1b5/570 https://twitter.com/drborisotto https://www.xing.com/profile/Boris_Otto http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Boris_Otto Thank you very much for your attention!
  34. 34. © Fraunhofer, TU Dortmund · Page 34 Prof. Dr. Boris Otto · Zurich · December 9th, 2015 INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE: STATUS UPDATE

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