|Case studies demonstrators|
|Monday, 31 January 2011 16:06|
The ONTORULE project features two complementary case studies. One case study is concerned with developing a business rules-based application for the management of the computer-assisted development processes (CAx) in a car manufacturer’s R&D department. The other case study is concerned with lifting the business knowledge in rule-based quality control applications in steel production plants to the business level.
Both case studies have produced demonstrator applications by the middle of the project lifeline, which are available from the project website. The CAx integration demonstrator involves combining Bills of Materials (BOM) from different Computer Aided Methods, and it is described in document D4.2 "Semantic integration of BOMs". The steel case study demonstrator deals with quality assurance in the galvanization line, and it is described in document D5.4 "First steel industry internal demonstrators".
Please be aware that these demonstrator applications contain data which resemble the actual data used by the business partners, but have been distorted to protect their industrial confidentiality.