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In: 22. VDE-ITG-Fachtagung Mobilkommunikation, VDE Verlag

HiFlecs: Innovative Technologies for Low-Latency Wireless Closed- Loop Industrial Automation Systems

Armin Dekorsy , André Gnad , Lutz Rauchhaupt , Arne Neumann , Dimitri Block , Uwe Meier , Jochen Rust , Steffen Paul , Fabian Mackenthun , Hans D. Schotten , Jasper Siemons , Thomas Neugebauer , Carsten Bockelmann und Martin Ehlich,
May 2017

The current paradigm shift from human to machine communication impacts the design of wireless communication systems on a fundamental level. Especially, closed-loop control applications from industrial automation and manufacturing require completely new solutions to achieve latencies below 1 ms with extremely high reliabilities and stringent requirements on message timing and repetitive packet losses. The research project “Innovative technologies for industrial automation (HiFlecs)” funded by the German ministry of education and research provides a comprehensive system design for industrial radio and novel solutions in various areas as coexistence management, physical and mac layer design as well as security.

Literatur Beschaffung: 22. VDE-ITG-Fachtagung Mobilkommunikation, VDE Verlag
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author= {Dekorsy, Armin and Gnad, André and Rauchhaupt, Lutz and Neumann, Arne and Block, Dimitri and Meier, Uwe and Rust, Jochen and Paul, Steffen and Mackenthun, Fabian and Schotten, Hans D. and Siemons, Jasper and Neugebauer, Thomas and Bockelmann, Carsten and Ehlich, Martin},
title= {HiFlecs: Innovative Technologies for Low-Latency Wireless Closed- Loop Industrial Automation Systems},
abstract= {The current paradigm shift from human to machine communication impacts the design of wireless communication systems on a fundamental level. Especially, closed-loop control applications from industrial automation and manufacturing require completely new solutions to achieve latencies below 1 ms with extremely high reliabilities and stringent requirements on message timing and repetitive packet losses. The research project “Innovative technologies for industrial automation (HiFlecs)” funded by the German ministry of education and research provides a comprehensive system design for industrial radio and novel solutions in various areas as coexistence management, physical and mac layer design as well as security.},
booktitle= {22. VDE-ITG-Fachtagung Mobilkommunikation},
year= {2017},
month= {May},
publisher= {VDE Verlag},
address= {Deutschland},
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