An Integrated Engineering Concept for the Model-based Development of Service-oriented Control Procedures

Lisa Ollinger, Detlef Zühlke

In: Proceedings of the IFAC Conference on Manufacturing Modelling, Management and Control. IFAC Conference on Manufacturing Modelling, Management and Control (MIM-2013) June 19-21 Saint Petersburg Russia Seiten 1441-1446 7 IFAC PapersOnLine 2013.


The control system development as a part of the plant engineering is a planning discipline with growing importance. Since the complexity of automation tasks is steadily increasing the development of control procedures requires high engineering efforts. This is due to a restricted reusability and integration capacity of the control software and inadequate engineering methods. This paper introduces a new planning concept that improves the development of control procedures. The main objective is to increase the manageability, adaptability, and reusability of control procedures by means of the SOA paradigm. Therefore, a model-based engineering concept with defined concretization levels for the development of service-oriented control procedures is presented.


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