ISO 14649 -12:2005 specifies the technology-specific data elements needed as process data for turning. It describes the interface between a computerized numerical controller and the programming system (i.e. CAM system or shop floor programming system) for turning.
IEC 62264-3:2016 defines activity models of manufacturing operations management that enable enterprise system to control system integration. The activities defined in this document are consistent with the object models definitions given in IEC 62264-1.
ISO 22400-1:2014 specifies an industry-neutral framework for defining, composing, exchanging, and using key performance indicators (KPIs) for manufacturing operations management (MOM), as defined in IEC 62264‑1 for batch, continuous and discrete industries.
IEC 62541-5.2015 defines the Information Model of the OPC Unified Architecture. The Information Model describes standardised Nodes of a Server's AddressSpace. These Nodes are standardised types as well as standardised instances used for diagnostics or as entry points to server-specific Nodes.
ISO 11462 provides guidelines for the implementation of a statistical process control (SPC) system. These guidelines are aimed primarily at increasing production efficiency and inherent capability, and reducing interval and cost.
ISO 11462-2:2010 provides a catalogue of tools and techniques to help an organization in planning, implementation and evaluation of an effective statistical process control (SPC) system. This catalogue gives tools and techniques that are essential for the successful realization of the SPC elements.
SS 530 : 2014 provides minimum energy-efficiency requirements for new installation and replacement of systems and equipment in buildings, as well as, replacement of components of systems and equipment in buildings. Covers criteria for determining compliance with these requirements.
SS ISO 50001:2018 specifies requirements for an organisation to establish, implement, maintain and improve an energy management system, which enables an organisation to take a systematic approach, in order to achieve continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.
SS ISO 50004 : 2014 provides practical guidance and examples for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system (EnMS) in accordance with the systematic approach of ISO 50001. Applicable to any organisation, regardless of its size, type, location or level of maturity. Does not provide guidance on how to develop an integrated management system.
ISO 20140-1:2013 establishes an overview and general principles of a method for the assessment of environmental influence of manufacturing systems.
IEC/TS 60034-31:2010 provides a guideline of technical aspects for the application of energy-efficient, three-phase, electric motors