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Please be advised that a New Work Item Proposal has been loaded to the BSI Standards Development Portal for comment. We hope this will assist in increasing awareness of the Standards Development Portfolio.
Any comments received will be submitted to AMT/004 Industrial data and manufacturing interfaces, for consideration when deciding the UK response to ISO.

Proposal: ISO/NP 8000-210 - Data quality - Part 210 - Sensor data: Data quality characteristics.

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Comment period end date: 04/02/2022

Scope

This deliverable specifies quality characteristics of data that is recorded by sensors as a stream of single, discrete digital values by sensors.

The following are within the scope of this deliverable:

— application of quality characteristics of sensor data that is a stream of single, discrete digital values;

— types of anomalies in sensor data;

— quality characteristics of sensor data;

— relationship with other ISO standards.

The following are outside the scope of this deliverable:

— analogue, image, video and sound data produced by sensors;

— methods to measure data quality characteristics.

Purpose

This proposal will support:

• a wide range of sectors to improve the quality of sensor data (sectors including: smart manufacturing, smart healthcare, and smart city);

• more reliable use of sensor data when implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning to exploit that data;

• all participants in the data value chain to use a consistent set of data quality characteristics for sensor data, using those characteristics to measure and improve data quality. Justification: This proposal delivers the following advantages:

• addresses sensor data as a distinct class of data that are increasingly important because of the implementation of internet of things and wired or wireless sensor networks;

• improves analysis results and subsequent decisions based on the data;

• specifies a set of data quality characteristics that are appropriate and relevant to sensor data (noting that existing standards such as ISO 8000-8, ISO/IEC 25012, ISO 19157 and ISO 21707 do not specify characteristics that are specific to sensor data);

• establishes the foundation for consistent, repeatable measurement and improvement of data quality for sensor data.

2nd Standard

Proposal: ISO/NP 10303-242 - Industrial automation systems and integration -- Product data representation and exchange - Part 242 - Application protocol - Managed model-based 3D engineering.

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Comment period end date: 07/01/2022

Scope

The existing scope of AP242 is not diminished by this NWI.

This NWI covers needed updates, enhancements and extensions to the STEP AP242 application protocol last published as 10303-242 ed2 in 2020 with a minor revision in progress in 2021.

The following updates, enhancements and extensions are proposed :

Updates for:

1. Assembly PMI in the Domain Model and the modules

2. PMI updates in the modules

3. Incorporation of Part 59(PDQ) ed3 and related PMI data quality module and Triangulated shape data quality module

4. Identification of Structural Joints with fasteners in the domain model and in the modules with links to xMCF

5. Composites material in the modules

6. EWIS updates from implementation feedback

7. Other outstanding issues validated by ISO/TC 184/SC 4/WG 21

8. Domain Model Mappings to reach the ISO 10303-4000

Enhancements for:

1. Process planning in the domain model and the module (in harmonization with AP238/AP239)

2. Include CAx-IF recommended practices in standard documentation annexes

3. Bounding boxes and LODs in Domain model

Extensions for:

1. Isogeometry

2. Polyhedral B-Rep

3. GUIDs that supports lifecycle traceability

4. Visual Issue Management

5. Web services implementation using JSON

Purpose

STEP AP242 is a central component of the STEP standards Industry is requiring continuous improvement of the standard.

The items in scope have been reviewed and confirmed as mandatory needs to be covered by industry representatives in US, FR, DE, JP, and SE. In addition, Category A liaisons (PDES Inc, Prostep ivip and AFNeT) have provided feedback to enhance the standard as noted in the scope

3rd Standard

Proposal: ISO/PWI 8000-114 - Data quality - Part 114 - Master data: Application of ISO/IEC 21778 and ISO 8000-115 to portable data.

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Comment period end date: 07/01/2022

Scope

ISO 8000-114 specifies the requirements for the formatting of characteristic data that form part of an exchange of application independent master data.

The following are within the scope of ISO 8000-114:

* the extension used to designate a file containing characteristic data formatted in accordance with this document,

* the syntax of a characteristic data set,

* the character set encoding of the characteristic data,

* the semantic encoding of the characteristic data.

The following are outside the scope of ISO 8000-114:

* the information contained in a master data record

Purpose

The following points are noted in support of this part addition to the ISO 8000 series:

* Data is the physical representation of information,

* Portable data is data that can be entirely separated from the application that was used to transform information into data. Portable data preserves meaning in a way that ensures that the original information is reliably transformed into data and preserved so that it can be used by any other application,

* Portable data is required to be able to create interoperable systems, and

* Portable data is required to protect intellectual property in data.

4th Standard

Proposal: ISO/NP 15926-6 - Industrial automation systems and integration - Integration of life-cycle data for process plants including oil and gas production facilities - Part 6.

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Comment period end date: 07/01/2022

Scope

The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 15926:

— identification of a reference data item specified in ISO 15926-4;

— information that defines a reference data item;

— the way identification and defining information data are recorded using ISO 15926-2;

— the reference data library that contains the reference data items necessary to record identification and defining information;

— the representation of the reference data library that is defined by this part of ISO 15926 as a spreadsheet; The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO 15926:

— administrative information about the source, the history of changes, and current status of a reference data and a reference data library;

— the way administrative data are recorded using ISO 15926-2;

— the reference data library that contains the reference data items necessary to record administrative data;

— the definitions of the scope of reference data libraries within the ISO 15926 series of standards;

— methods and guidelines for implementing ISO 15926-2;

— the representation of a reference data library, that is not defined by this part of ISO 15926;

— procedures for the maintenance of reference data libraries.

— requirements for the representation of a proprietary reference data library.

Note: This proposal of the standard is the 1st edition of ISO 15926-6, with a scope that is “ ISO 15926- 4 reference data”. Whereas the scope of ISO/TS 15926-6 ed1 was “a reference data library”

Purpose

Ontology dictionaries, e.g. ISO 15926-4 reference data library (RDL), are now widely utilized in industry, and some industry domains, like Oil and Gas, require EPC contractors the use of those dictionaries to structure their data when they hand over to owner/operators.

Under that expansion of the use, it is necessary to have rules to expand and validate reference data library to fulfil industry needs, keeping flexibility when developing and increasing reference data items, while securing consistency among them at the same time.

ISO 15926-4 RDL is being expanded by the ISO 15926-4 ed3 project team from about 11,000 reference data items to about 23,000. This expansion will also be using the rules developed in this document.

If you have any comment or need more information, please contact Sami Ortiz at sami.ortiz@mta.org.uk