Industrial Data Space Architecture Implementation Using FIWARE
AbstractWe are in front of a new digital revolution that will transform the way we understand and use services and infrastructures. One of the key factors of this revolution is related to the evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT). Connected sensors will be installed in cities and homes affecting the daily life of people and providing them new ways of performing their daily activities. However, this revolution will also affect business and industry bringing the IoT to the production processes in what is called Industry 4.0. Sensor-enabled manufacturing equipment will allow real time communication, smart diagnosis and autonomous decision making. In this scope, the Industrial Data Spaces (IDS) Association has created a Reference Architecture model that aims to provide a common frame for designing and deploying Industry IoT infrastructures. In this paper, we present an implementation of such Reference Architecture based on FIWARE open source software components (Generic Enablers). We validate the proposed architecture by deploying and testing it in a real industry use case that tries to improve the maintenance and operation of milling machines. We conclude that the FIWARE-based IDS implementation fits the requirements of the IDS Reference Architecture providing open source software suitable to any Industry 4.0 environment. View Full-Text
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Alonso, Á.; Pozo, A.; Cantera, J.M.; de la Vega, F.; Hierro, J.J. Industrial Data Space Architecture Implementation Using FIWARE. Sensors 2018, 18, 2226.
Alonso Á, Pozo A, Cantera JM, de la Vega F, Hierro JJ. Industrial Data Space Architecture Implementation Using FIWARE. Sensors. 2018; 18(7):2226.Chicago/Turabian Style
Alonso, Álvaro; Pozo, Alejandro; Cantera, José M.; de la Vega, Francisco; Hierro, Juan J. 2018. "Industrial Data Space Architecture Implementation Using FIWARE." Sensors 18, no. 7: 2226.
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