Industrial Ontologies Foundry Meeting 2020

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Venue: 5th Floor, Capen Hall, University at Buffalo, NY 14260

Press release

Date: Thursday, March 5, 2020

The Industrial Ontologies Foundry (IOF) is an initiative to create a suite of ontologies to support digital manufacturing. This meeting features presentations on topics central to the IOF:

12:45pm Introduction and Welcome
1:00pm Barry Smith (UB)
The New ISO Ontology Standard (ISO/IEC 21838) Slides
1:30pm Martin Hardwick (STEP Tools / Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute)
Ontologies and Product Models: BFO and STEP Slides
2:15pm Arkopaul Sarkar (Ohio University)
Semantic Design Slides
2:40 Dusan Sormaz (Ohio University)
Exploring Ontology for a Hierarchy of Manufacturing Processes Slides
3:00pm Break
3:15pm Hyunmin Cheung (Autodesk, Toronto)
Ontology to Support Modeling and Reuse of Data for Physics-Based Simulation Slides
4:00pm Alex Kitt (Buffalo Manufacturing Works)
The Additive Manufacturing Data Landscape: Current State, Challenges, and Opportunity for the Industrial Ontologies Foundry Slides

Participants included:

Hyunmin Cheung (Autodesk, Toronto)
Martin Hardwick (STEP Tools)
Alex Kitt (Buffalo Manufacturing Works)
Afina Lupulescu (ASM International)
Eric Merrell (UB)
Ron Rudnicki (CUBRC)
Alan Ruttenberg (UB)
Gloria Sanso (UB)
Arkopaul Sarkar (Ohio University)
Dusan Sormaz (Ohio University)
Barry Smith (UB)
Jaime Whiteman (Lockheed Corporation)

Prior to this public meeting a technical discussion session will take place from 9am to noon in the same meeting room. Topics will include:

The IOF and the Digital Twin Framework for Manufacturing and
STEP and the IOF Ontologies.

For further information please contact Barry Smith.