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IEC80th general meeting's newsletter november 2015.
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Reference Architecture Model for Industry 4.0 (RAMI 4.0)


The lesson we learned from former lessons is that having a model helps to focus on the important points. A reference model is a scheme that coherently describes an aspect playing an important role in the systems of an application area. Reference models take into account organizational and technological circumstances, and observe the system to be modeled from a particular point of view. They are therefore not without alternatives, but describe the situation, from the view of the professional experts, as accurately as needed. Different groups of experts may of course arrive at different reference models. This is undesirable, but in many cases unavoidable. Reference models are metamodels: They are the basis of common understanding in the expert groups, describing the models structure in a use case, and are the point of departure for tools to be developed on their basis.

Read more about RAMI 4.0 on www.iec2016.org.
 
RAMI 4.0

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