doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2021-21-6-969-976


The method of forming and using a digital passport for an electronic product at enterprises of the instrument-making industry

J. V. Donetskaya


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Donetskaya Ju.V. The method of forming and using a digital passport for an electronic product at enterprises of the instrument-making industry. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, 2021, vol. 21, no. 6, pp. 969–976 (in Russian). doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2021-21-6-969-976


Abstract
The integration of automated systems in enterprises provides information support for the stages of the product life cycle and electronic interaction between employees in performing their work. Typically, this integration is carried out on a specific enterprise and is based on an ontological approach. This generates many similar results in the form of digital product passports. The proposed work is aimed at implementing a new approach to the integration of automated systems. It is based on the formulation of generalized design and production procedures and types of product data generated through control systems. The sequence of these procedures determines the activities of the enterprise at the stages of the life cycle. This results in an ontological model of a product for the instrument-making industry. The application of the model at each specific enterprise is possible if the requirements for the content of the passport and design solutions are provided verbally. The proposed method is implemented in several stages. At the first stage, the elements of the basic ontology are marked up. The content of its elements depends on the problem that is being solved. At the same time, ontology elements are formed that determine the content of a digital passport or a generated design solution. This is due to the automation of the management dealing with design and production procedures, and product data, which are considered appropriate in a particular enterprise. Consequently, design solutions based on a digital passport must be generated considering the requirements of specific enterprises. To form the content of a digital passport of an enterprise, subontology is extracted from the basic ontology at the second stage. At the final stage, subontology is extracted to generate the desired design solution. The study proposes the sequences of actions to mark up the basic ontology, as well as to extract subontology to form the content of a digital passport or generate a design solution. The described solution can be implemented at enterprises of the instrument-making industry, which include automated design systems. The presented method allows the development of signatures and semantics of unified services for the use of a digital passport.

Keywords: information support, life cycle, digital passport, design solution

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