|CIMOSA Association e.V.
The CIMOSA Association has been established in 1994 as a follow-on organization to the ESPRIT (European Strategic Program for R&D in IT) project AMICE (European CIM Architecture). Members of the COA are Industrial enterprises, Universities and personnel members, both continuing from the AMICE project and joining after its foundation. An overview of the COA activities during its 15 years is described in the attachment.
Due to loss of membership according to people retirements, the members decided by an unanimous vote to discontinue the CIMOSA Association in 2010.
The CIMOSA website www.cimosa.de.
and the activities in the INTEROP- Virtual Laboritory (I-VLab) as well
as in standardization will be continued by K. Kosanke and M. Zelm.
The CIMOSA Association (COA) has been a non-profit organisation involved in promotion of Enterprise Engineering and Integration (EE&I) based on CIMOSA and its active support in national, European and international standardisation.
Membership: industry, universities, personal members.
Objective and scope
The upcoming new enterprise paradigms of extended, virtual and agile enterprises cause new requirements on organisational concepts and supporting technologies. Enhanced decision support and operation monitoring and control are some of the needs of today and tomorrow. Capturing knowledge and using it across organisational boundaries will be a major challenge in the new types of businesses. This real-time knowledge needed to support the establishment, deployment and discontinuation of the inter and intra organisational relations.
The CIMOSA Association
The CIMOSA specification, the Technical Baseline, defines an architecture for enterprise integration with the goal to establish standards with emphasis on:
CIMOSA is aiming to support business process modelling, process simulation, operational decision support. It is compatible with international standardisation e.g with CIMOSA has been a major input for the European and international standards, mainly in
The COA members are from industrial and research organisations:
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