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For the machines considered in the cluster - concrete pumps, truck mixers, etc. - there is currently no standard that OEMs can use to provide the machine data that is important for machine operators in a uniform manner across manufacturers.
For this reason, OEMs currently have isolated solutions for providing machine data that are difficult or impossible for operators of mixed fleets to manage uniformly, e.g. within the framework of fleet management systems, or to integrate into higher-level systems for the efficient mapping of processes.
The overall objective of the cluster is to significantly improve this situation by creating a practical standard for manufacturers and operators based on ISO 15143. The results must be developed jointly with all stakeholders, from manufacturers to service providers to end users, in order to create real added value for the industry.
However, the machine condition data defined in ISO 15143 cannot be applied comprehensively to all the machines considered in the cluster. In addition, the defined data are partly not regulated concretely enough and have a scope for interpretation, which prevents a uniform provision of data. Furthermore, the data set described in ISO 15143 covers only part of the machine condition data relevant for the machine operators of the machines considered in the cluster. The mapping of the specific processes on the construction site or in a higher-level logistics cannot be mapped with this.
In the first step, the definitions of ISO 15143 were applied to the machines considered in the cluster. In the process, it was determined which of the defined data fields are applicable and how they are to be interpreted uniformly.