ei3 leads OMAC's Data Governance initiative to create guidelines for segmenting, sharing, and securing industrial data
As cloud-based analytics and digital transformation evolve, creating the foundation of the “data-driven” world, manufacturing organizations are scrambling to implement suitable data governance policies. OMAC’s latest initiative, led by ei3‘s Mark Fondl, aims to establish a framework and guidelines to protect precious proprietary information while enabling secure data sharing for efficiently solving problems, mining insights, and capturing the highest value from data-supported capabilities.
All workgroup members will meet virtually for 1 hour once every three weeks at 10 AM Eastern starting 18 May 2022. The final session is scheduled for 21 September 2022, followed by a group review of the content developed in October and a face-to-face workshop in December 2022 to enable an easy and free flow of suggestions in advancing this topic.
The workgroup brings together a vibrant automation ecosystem with individuals from around the world representing end users, machine builders, system integrators and technology vendors. Participating organizations include:
Leading Manufacturing Companies such as Cargill, Pepsico, and Corning
Global OEMs including Mettler-Toledo, Milacron, Barry-Wehmiller, and Nordson
System Integrators like Rovisys, Martin CSI, Applied Control Engineering, and
Groundbreaking Technology Companies like ei3 Corporation, Siemens, General Electric, Rockwell, Cisco, Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. , and
Industry Associations like the PMMI amongst others.
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18 MAY 2022
CATEGORIZING TYPES OF DATA AND METHODS OF SEGMENTATION
This session will define the types of data coming from plant equipment and IIoT devices. It will look at all data from streaming continuous real-time to embedded historical data. The session will also define if and how data from a device can be organized and/or segmented.
8 JUNE 2022
IDENTIFYING THE SOURCES OF DATA
29 JUNE 2022
CLUSTERING DATA USAGE
This session will review all the various uses for the data being generated in plant devices. It will include all aspects of how data is used for control and optimization to service & support.
20 JULY 2022
UNDERSTANDING DATA OWNERSHIP
This session will look at the ownership of the data and information as end users, OEMs, and vendors look to have specific data that they believe is proprietary to them.