The main scientific developments over the last few years can be broken down into three areas :
The work carried out includes the development of an Enterprise Interoperability Framework (published as an ISO standard in 2011) and a Maturity Model for Interoperability (approved as a CEN TS in 2013). The solution implemented in this work focuses on interoperability at the data level. A ‘federated’ approach is developed as the most dynamic one. Based on this approach, a contribution to the semantic interoperability of data through ontology alignment is proposed. In the MSEE project, a model-driven approach (MDSEA) has been proposed to design service systems aligned with business models.
This axis focuses on interoperability by simulation of enterprise information system models. The objective is to evaluate the behaviour of these systems (e.g. ERP tools) and to validate their interaction with their environment before their final implementation. The proposed approaches include a harmonised and reversible methodological framework based on MDA/MDI, and a technological tool based on the HLA architecture supporting the methodological framework.
The work focuses on assessing interoperability between two organisations. The first work proposes an integration framework to interoperably link the different elements necessary to implement a performance indicator system. The second work addresses the problem of performance measurement in a complex urban transport system consisting of a set of dynamically interoperating elements.