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This chapter introduces the “OPC UA Information Model for Glass technology – flat glass”.

This Information Model provides the necessary ObjectTypes to model a glass machine interface in a structure as illustrated in Figure 9 There are ObjectTypes that are used to identify the machine (GlassMachineIdentificationType), to manage the production (Production Type) on the machine and to get the manuals for operation or maintenance (ManualsFolderType).

readme_files/image013.png Figure 9 – Instance Example for “OPC UA Information model for Glass Machines”

The ObjectType hierarchy of this Companion Specification is shown within Figure 10 to Figure 14. Objects from external specifications are positioned within greyish-green boxes.

Figure 10 shows the inheritance relations of the GlassMachineType and all direct children. In this picture the optional components are shown with a dashed line.

readme_files/image014.png Figure 10 – Overview of the Glass Machine with all children

Figure 11 shows the inheritance hierarchy of all ObjectTypes used in the glass technology Identification component. This relates to the document structure in section 7.1.2.

readme_files/image015.png Figure 11 – Overview of the Identification part of the Glass Machine

Figure 12 shows the inheritance hierarchy of all ObjectTypes used in the glass technology as manual component. This relates to the document structure in seciton 7.1.3

readme_files/image016.png Figure 12 – Overview of the manual part of the Glass Machine

Figure 13 shows the inheritance hierarchy of all types used in the GlassMachineType’s Production component to the level of the JobType. The inheritance hierarchy of the subtypes of the JobType and their relationship to the different Materials is shown in Figure 14. This conforms to the structure of the section Production.

readme_files/image017.png readme_files/image018.jpg Figure 13 – Overview of the Production of the Glass Machine

readme_files/image019.png Figure 14 – Overview of the different Jobs and the relationship with Material

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