After a brief introduction to the ECLASS Standard, we will show you in an application example how to create a Digital Product Passport (DPP) with the help of ECLASS. Carolin Prinz will answer your questions about DPP and ECLASS.
In a compact webinar, we will use practical examples to show you how you can create with little effort templates for Asset Administration Shells (AAS) or Digital Product Passports (DPP) in the BEATS application and download them directly.
ECLASS will soon publish an ECLASS as RDF specification, which will be the first official ECLASS as RDF specification including all ECLASS Structural Elements.
The results of the InterOpera projects „Computing Platform Resources“ and „Fiberoptic cables and microducts“ are being continued in two newly founded Joint Working Groups. The aim is to standardize the AAS submodels in combination with the standardization of the semantic structural elements in ECLASS. With the support of experts from industry, direct synergies will be created in order to establish standards for industrial practice.
The new release offers numerous new content in the segments of "Home Economics, Home Technology", "Construction Technology", "Electric Engineering, Automation, Process Control Engineering", four new submodels for the Asset Administration Shell (AAS), new content for the Digital Product Passport (DPP) and full translations in 15 languages.
Frank Scherenschlich is not only active as an IT service provider for his customers, but also as the head of various Expert Groups such as "Semifinished product", "Auxiliary supply, additive, cleaning agent" and "Public safety and military technology". He also supports a number of other Expert Groups in their work, such as "Sensors" or "Medical Devices".