Industrial Ontologies Foundry (IOF) Workshop

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The Industrial Ontologies Foundry (IOF) Workshop, USA

Date: July 18th and 19th, 2018

Time: 8:00am-5pm, both days

Venue DoubleTree Hotel in Amherst in Buffalo, NY, USA

Note: To book your stay at the group rate, you may contact the front desk of the hotel directly and say that are coming for the 'Industrial Ontologies Foundry (IOF) Workshop taking place July 18th and 19th' or visit the following link: [1].

Registration Registration Page

Note: The workshop requires an $80 registration fee, which covers catering, workspace, and technology for two days. However, there is also an optional multi-course dinner for $40 that may be paid in advance at registration.

Link to conference discussion documents

  • For further information please contact Neil Otte

Draft Agenda, Wednesday, July 18

8:00 Arrival and breakfast

8:30 Use Case Q&A, Buttom-up WGs discussions, Updates from Domain (Bottom Up) working groups, if any. Maybe identifying some requirements

9:30 Report from Top-Down working group: Identify technical challenges.

10:30 Coffee Break

11:00 Where are we now?

11:30 Roadmap discussion (first round)

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch, including discussion:

  • Ontologies for industrial data: is there a convincing business case? introduced by Melinda Hodkiewicz (University of Western Australia)

13:30 Roadmap (second round)

14:30 Technical principles

15:30 Break

16:00 Technical principles (continued)

17:00 Close

18:00 Dinner

Link to questions will be provided

Draft Agenda, Thursday, July 19

8:00 Arrival

8:30 Discussion of challenges

What are the challenges to discuss?

Use of existing standards.

How to design IOF ontology by leveraging existing standards which may not be ontology?

How to design IOF ontology by leveraging existing ontologies?

10:15 Break

10:30 Discussion of challenges (continued)

Ontology merging. Will diversity of ontologies in a particular area be allowed? (Introduced by Barry Smith)

Diversity of ontologies in IOF.

Dealing with diversity outside of IOF.

Ontology Merging: How do we resolve conflicts among ontologies within the IOF? (Introduced by Dimitris Kiritsis)

Best practices and software environments for collaborative distributed ontology development

IRI for the IOF

12:30 Lunch

13:30 Discussion of challenges (continued)

14:30 Break

15:00 Roadmap (second round)

17:00 Close


Notes

Johan: 4D does not work with OWL DL. Is IOF tied to OWL DL?
Todd: IOF intends to use at least OWL and CL, and not necessary limit to these two.

Potential clusters of use cases

Maintenance planning (any industry specific?) (Melinda)

Possible ontology modules

Process plan/maintenance plan
Time
Units
Resource/Equipment/Asset
Topology/Geolocation
Production planning and scheduling of discrete manufacturing (Dusan, Peter, Walter)
Supply chain (Farhad Ameri)
Product/Process requirement
Organization/Agent
Could we agree on which module which group will focus on?
How do we deal with modules needed by a group that is to be produced by another group.
Could we agree on a common starting point for some of these modules?

From CHAMP

1. Review of Use Cases

2. Reports from Domain (Bottom Up) working groups

3. Report from Top-Down working group

4. Where are we now?

5. Roadmap (first round)

12:00 Lunch, including discussion on Ontologies for industrial data: is there a convincing business case? introduced by Melinda Hodkiewicz (University of Western Australia)

6. Discussion of Technical Principles

Example A: Will diversity of ontologies in a particular area be allowed Introduced by Barry Smith (Buffalo)

Arrival 8:00

Challenges discussion (8:30-12:30):

What are the challenges to discuss?

• Use of existing standards.

• How to design IOF ontology by leveraging existing standards which may not be ontology?

• How to design IOF ontology by leveraging existing ontology?

Ontology merging. Will diversity of ontologies in a particular area be allowed? Introduced by Barry Smith (Buffalo)

• Diversity of ontologies in IOF.

• Dealing with diversity outside of IOF.

Ontology Merging: How do we resolve conflicts among ontologies within the IOF? Introduced by Dimitris Kiritsis (Lausanne)

• Best Practices and and Software Environments for Collaborative Distributed Ontology Development

• IRI for the IOF.