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Marija jankovic faculty of organisational sciencies 16 october 2008 belgrade

"FP6-2004-IST-ATH-B5 ATHENA (Advanced Technologies for Interoperability of Heterogeneous Enterprise Networks and their Applications) subproject B5.10 Validation Testing: Inventory Visibility"

FOS Sub-projects presentation

Marija Jankovic

Faculty of Organisational Sciencies

16 October 2008, Belgrade


Agenda

Agenda

  • About ATHENA project

  • About FOS sub-projects

  • Results

  • Plans for future FP7 projects


Athena fact sheet

ATHENA Fact Sheet

  • Founded by the European Commission (Budget: 26.5 Mio€)

  • Duratation: 3 Years

  • Strategic Objective: Network Businesses and Goverments

  • Vision: By 2010, enterprises will be able to seamlessly interoperate with others

  • Objective: Contribution to enabling enterprises to seamlessly interoperate with others


Athena consortium m24

ATHENA – Consortium (M24)


Our sub project consortium

Our Sub-project Consortium

  • AIAG*, Automotive Industry Action Group, USA

  • NIST, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

  • KorBIT, Korean B2B Interoperability Testbed

  • FOS*, Faculty of Organisational Sciences

  • Industry participants (e.g., Ford Motor co., General Motors Corp.,)

* AIAG anb FOS were ATHENA IP Contractors


Athena structure

Athena structure


Aiag a1 validation pilot scope

AIAG A1 Validation Pilot - Scope


Fos sub projects 1

FOS Sub-projects (1)

ATHENA B5.10 Sub-Project: Inventory Visibility and InteroperabilityEnterprise Modelling Area (A1) Results Validation

Team members:

  • Prof. dr Zoran Marjanovic, FOS

  • Dr Nenad Ivezic, NIST

  • Thomas Knothe, Fraunhofer IPK, Berlin

  • Mr Marija Jankovic, FOS


Overview

Overview

  • Problem area and research objectives

  • Introduction to POP* metamodel

  • Supporting architecture

  • Research approach

  • Applied solution


Problem area and validation objectives

Problem area and validation objectives

  • To validate that is possible to exchange models between different EM tools using ATHENA specific solutions:

  • - POP*(Proces, Organisation, Product and Other) metamodel

  • - MPCE (Modeling Platform for Collaborative Enterprises)

  • To formalize horizontal interoperability of enterprise models


Pop and mpce

POP* and MPCE


Pop metamodel

POP* metamodel


Functional approach

Functional approach


Results steps for pop based model exchange

Results: Steps for POP* based model exchange


Steps for pop based model exchange

Steps for POP* based model exchange


Mogo partial model

Process

State

Org. unit

MO2GO – POP* Interface

MOGO Partial model


Aris partial model

ARIS Partial model


Fos sub projects 2

FOS Sub-projects (2)

ATHENA B5.10 Sub-Project: FOS IV&I tool – An Open Source, Experimental Inventory Visibility Tool development

Team members:

  • Prof. dr Zoran Marjanovic, FOS

  • Dr Nenad Ivezic, NIST

  • Zoran Kokovic, FOS

  • Vuk Ljubicic, FOS

  • Igor Miletic, Breza Software Engineering

  • Marko Vujasinovic, Breza Software Engineering


Overview1

Overview

  • Research objectives

  • IV&I non-functional specification

  • IV&I eKanban application specification

    • Activity flow diagrams

    • System sequnce diagrams

  • IV&I tool main implementation characteristics

    • IV&I tool architecture

    • Implementation enviromnent

    • IV&I tool user interface


Research objectives

Research objectives


Iv i non functional specification

IV&I non-functional specification

  • Monitoring statuses of Kanbans

  • Creating 4 Types of Business Object Documents

  • Translating BODs into RDF Format using DO

  • Sending messages to other IV&I tools

  • Message validation

  • Special mechanisms for finding domain entities and for automatic error reporting

  • Plenty of standard IV functionalities


Iv i tool a rchitecture

IV&I toolarchitecture

WS

Interface

Business

Component

XML / RDF

Adapter

Apolon Web Client

Messaging

Database


Iv i tool architecture

IV&I tool architecture


Iv i tool user interface

IV&I tool user interface


Iv i tool user interface1

IV&I tool user interface


Results validation pilot demo

Results: Validation Pilot Demo

  • Results were previewed at:

    • the AIAG Enterprise Interoperability Showcase: ATHENA Validation Pilot Demonstration (November 15, 2006., Detroit)

    • and later at the Final Project Review during the IESA 2007 Conference in Madeira, Portugal in March


Results validation pilot demo1

Results: Validation Pilot Demo

  • FOS IV application (running in Belgrade, Serbia) successfully exchanged information with the Ford Test Harmes (running in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA)

  • Both GM and FOS applications used the NIST-developed Gateway


Results validation pilot demo2

Results: Validation Pilot Demo

Our validation pilot demonstrations

  • were seen as very helpful to understand the ATHENA concepts

  • In the Commission’s feedback for the Final Review was recommended to use the AIAG demo as an example to disseminate ATHENA technology

    …..”to tell the ATHENA story”…..


Results contacts

Results: Contacts

  • Further cooperation with ATHENA partners

    • NIST, USA

    • Fraunhofer IPK, Berlin

    • University of Athens, Greece….

  • More than 15 published papers in the leading international magazines and conferences

  • exchange of knowledge and experiences by means of seminars and visiting lecturers

  • Students exchange

  • Meetings in order to discuss possibilities for new

    FP7 Projects


Fp7 project application

FP7 Project application

  • Programme “Research for SMEs” – Call ID “FP7-SME-2008-1”

  • Proposal N 232465 – NEXT

  • Proposal title: “Next – Generation Interoperability for IT SMEs”


Fp7 project application1

FP7 Project application

  • The consortium comprises IT SMEs and Research Centers from 4 different countries:

    • National Technical University of Athens, Greece

    • Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

    • Technical University, Middle Eastern, Turkey

    • Faculty of Organisational Sciences, Serbia


Questions and answers

Questions and answers


Marija jankovic faculty of organisational sciencies 16 october 2008 belgrade

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