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Revision as of 19:15, 12 June 2019

The following BaSys 4.0 scenarios document application scenarios and functional examples of the Eclipse BaSyx middleware. Application scenarios illustrate how common Industrie 4.0 challanges are addressed with Eclipse BaSyx. They describe architecture concepts and implement running example scenarios that illustrate the implementation of Industrie 4.0 components and inter-component interactions. Functional examples provide a focused documentation to developers that explain one function of eclipse BaSyx. They provide concrete recepies that illustrate the use and the application of Eclipse BaSyx components.


Application scenarios

under construction


Code snippets

Code snippets are simple, isolated use-cases that illustrate the use of the BaSyx SDK. They provide focused recipes that document the intended use of the BaSyx SDK and our reference implementations of Industrie 4.0 middleware components. To keep functional examples simple, code snippets only address selected aspects of Industrie 4.0 implementations.


The package basys.examples contains the following code snippets:

Create AAS (Java) Illustrate creation of Asset Administration Shell with Java factory source
Create AAS sub model (Java) Illustrate creation of AAS sub model with Java factory source
Connect to AAS (Java) Illustrate connection to Asset Administration Shell with Java SDK connector source
Connect to AAS sub model (Java) Illustrate connection to AAS with Java SDK connector source
Connect to AAS sub model via VAB (Java) Illustrate connection to AAS with Java SDK using low-level virtual automation bus (VAB) primitives source



BaSyx project links: Project BaSyx main wiki page | What is BaSyx? | BaSyx Developer Documentation

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