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|Author(s):||Sharon J. Kemmerer;|
|Title:||Manufacturing Interoperability Program, a Synopsis|
|Published:||February 24, 2009|
|Abstract:||Started in 2005, the Manufacturing Interoperability Program has seen an investment of roughly 25-30 full-time staff who have researched, developed, and deployed standards, tools, techniques, and testing environments --- helping manufacturing enterprise systems to integrate more easily. Program management, leadership, and strategic direction was set by the Manufacturing Systems Integration Division s (MSID) Chief. With a budget of approximately $4-6 million annually, the goal of MIP was to equip U.S. manufacturers with the technical guidance and testing support needed to interoperate in today s global, heterogeneous manufacturing world. This report summarizes the work done under the Manufacturing Interoperability Program.|
|Citation:||NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR) - 7533|
|Keywords:||interoperability, manufacturing, testbed, B2B, supply chain, product data, process data, simulation, XML testing, model-based manufacturing|
|Research Areas:||Product Data, Ontologies, Supply Chain, Model-based manufacturing, Manufacturing|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (2MB)|