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Paper w78-2011-Paper-149:
An Approach about the Modelling process to Geometric Objects with the ISO 15926 standard

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G Hamazaki, G B. Monteiro Lopes

An Approach about the Modelling process to Geometric Objects with the ISO 15926 standard

Abstract:No matter in which area they are applied, information technologies are used to increase the productivity of companies that use different computer systems from different suppliers. Most of time, data are stored in proprietary format. This fact creates difficulties for the integration and interoperation between the computer systems, forcing companies to invest money to simply mitigate this problem. Specifically in the field of Oil & Gas, the ISO 15926 standard (Industrial automation systems and integration – Integration of life-cycle data for process plants including oil and gas production facilities) proposes a standard for integration, sharing, exchange and delivery of data between computer systems based on the standardization of data formats and on an ontology approach to represent common industry classes and relations. Due to the structure and the large number of terms defined at the ISO 15926 standard, the complexity to model objects using that library is high. This work presents a methodology to model geometric objects following structure of the standard, harmonizing Parts 2, 3, 4 and 7 of ISO15926. The writers take into account the need for complete abstraction between geometry and business data, as well as the requirement for a federated architecture for managing process plant project item symbology.

Keywords:Geometry, Ontology, Semantic Web, Interoperability, Oil & Gas¬

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