Modernize Your Industry 4.0 Architecture with UNS, ISA95, and MQTT Sparkplug

62 Minutes

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The concept of integrating an entire organization’s value chain to the point of achieving lot-size-one (LSO) manufacturing capabilities is often the goal of modern Industry 4.0 enterprises in the manufacturing industry. There are a number of different models and approaches to creating an architecture to support this level of manufacturing flexibility, including ISA95, Unified Namespace (UNS) and MQTT Sparkplug.

In this webinar, we will define each of these approaches and discuss how they can be used in combination with each other.

Don’t miss out on learning about how you can:

  • Design your smart manufacturing system based on a UNS architecture along with ISA 95 standard for modeling the data objects.

  • Use an MQTT Broker as the centralized server for coordinating the exchange of ISA95 models implemented using Sparkplug, in a UNS architecture.

  • Move away from the client-server architecture model and adopt hub and spoke model to achieve lot-size-one in your manufacturing systems.

Kudzai Manditereza

Kudzai is a tech influencer and electronic engineer based in Germany. As a Developer Advocate at HiveMQ, he helps developers and architects adopt MQTT and HiveMQ for their IIoT projects. Kudzai runs a popular YouTube channel focused on IIoT and Smart Manufacturing technologies and he has been recognized as one of the Top 100 global influencers talking about Industry 4.0 online.

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