Secure Information Model for Data Marketplaces Enabling Global Distributed Manufacturing

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The German term "Industrie 4.0" is distinguished by expanding networking and intelligence of machines, products and services In this context new business models are developed, many of them is based mainly on digital design and production data In this paper, a new concept for a technology data marketplace (TDMP) is presented, which allows trading manufacturing process data Digital data distribution involves various risks by hackers' attacks, theft or manipulation of data So, the use of effective security methods and mechanisms is the key to the success of this TDMP At the same time authority, authenticity, privacy and availability of these machine data are highly required for secure use and confidential identities The scientific challenge is to develop a secure concept of technology data exchange between market members Furthermore providing machines with required data automatically from the marketplace is desired This distribution of data introduces a basic concept to exchange and protect production information In addition it discusses developing new business models based on existing resources, which create a new value stream in the industry.




Shaabany, G., Grimm, M., & Anderl, R. (2016). Secure Information Model for Data Marketplaces Enabling Global Distributed Manufacturing. In Procedia CIRP (Vol. 50, pp. 360–365). Elsevier B.V.

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