Architecture of Integration of Industrialization and Informatization
With the development of information & communication technology (ICT), industrial technology and management technology, manufacturing operation pattern and technology are improving quickly. Two historical processes, informatization and industrialization, are promoted mutually. In order to realize economic transformation and get their national competitiveness, American government proposed Re-industrialization and Industrial Internet, German government announced Industry 4.0, and Chinese government published Made in China 2025 national strategy. Architectures and reference models are systems engineering tools to understand, design, develop, implement and integrate complex systems. In the paper, the new development of ICT and industrial technology are reviewed firstly. Then, architectures and reference models of smart manufacturing, Industry 4.0, intelligent manufacturing, industrial Internet, and Industrial Value Chain are analysed and compared. At the end of the paper, the Architecture of Integration of Industrialization and Informatization is developed.
KeywordsArchitecture, smart manufacturing Framework Reference model
This work is sponsored by the China High-Tech 863 Program, No. 2001AA415340 and No. 2007AA04Z1A6, the China Natural Science Foundation, No. 61174168 and 61771281, the Aviation Science Foundation of China, No. 20100758002 and 20128058006, the 2018 Industrial Internet innovation and development project.
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