Christoph Binder participated in the 3rd European Conference on Design, Modeling and Optimization (ECDMO) from 16 – 18 February 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. His presentation about the paper “Towards A Model-Driven Architecture Process for Developing Industry 4.0 Applications” has been awarded as the best within the session for Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Technology by conference chair Ian McAndrew.
The presented paper deals with the challenges that appear by the interdisciplinary development of a future industrial system. It pursues the previously introduced domain-specific language for describing such a system by defining a specific development process. By doing so, the main focus is not to reinvent the wheel but to use well-known and widely spread standards. In the presentation, Christoph Binder especially pointed out to address usability and applicability with the introduced approach. However, the practicability is assured through valuable contributions of LieberLieber Software GmbH and the successfactory consulting group.
The ECDMO is co-organized by the International Journal of Materials, Mechanics and Manufacturing (IJMMM) and the International Journal of Modeling (IJMO), where the paper will be published in the first Volume of 2019. The conference brings together international researches and industrial practitioners in the areas of design, modeling, optimization as well as mechatronics and manufacturing.