Are you interested in data models and their industrial applications? Join the NFDI4Ing Community Meeting on August 10th!

This year’s meeting of the mechanical and industrial engineering community (CC-41) focuses on the application of data models. Guests from the field of production engineering will discuss their importance as well as common difficulties in their design, adaption and usage on the basis of their own experiences and use cases.

Modelling complex information and its interrelations is vital for sustainable data management, but achieving a common understanding and language for these models is challenging. Connecting models from different yet similar use cases, like injection molding and hot rolling, presents interesting opportunities. What parameters impact both processes similarly? Are there advantages to considering both models simultaneously? These questions and more can only be answered by examining multiple models built on a shared foundation. To establish this common ground, we invited experts from research data management (RDM) and production engineering to share and discuss their experiences and solutions at our next NFDI4Ing Community Meeting.

The Community Meeting of the mechanical and industrial engineering community (CC-41) will take place online on August 10th, 2023, from 09:00 to 14:15 CEST. It focuses on “Industrial data models in theory and practice: Basics and use cases from production engineering.”

The event offers an opportunity for professionals to come together and discuss data model related topics. For more information about the meeting, including the agenda and registration, please visit this link to the event page!

Practitioners meet Research Data Managers

The meeting agenda comprises two blocks. The first block addresses the needs of the mechanical and production engineering research community, presenting different data model approaches. Alongside solutions, common challenges and hurdles will also be discussed. Following a lunch break, NFDI4Ing and other organizations will present their solutions, fostering a shared understanding of terminologies, ontologies mappings, and an interactive session on the metadata4ing ontology.

The Community Meeting will be held online and is open to all interested participants, free of charge. Feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues. We are excited to have you join us in this event!

Tobias Hamann for CC-41