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Self Organizing Sensor Networks for Process Monitoring

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The technology and processes associated with manufacturing have undergone a major change during the past few decades. However, what has stayed the same is that availability of the system and quality of the produced goods play a key role. Both aspects can only be met by adequate monitoring. Monitoring itself should be easily configurable and allow addition, removal and replacement of sensors without interruption of production. Sensors must at least partially be mobile, namely wireless.

The work aims at development and prototypical implementation of software and hardware components for monitoring of industrial production processes using model-driven development, a service oriented architecture, self organization and wireless networks.

This current results achieved in design of the system architecture, implementation of an adequate transport protocol, interfaces to existing systems as well as applications in industry will be discussed.

This talk is part of the DIAL seminars series.

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