Dependable Wireless Industrial IoT Networks: Recent Advances and Open Challenges. Foukalas, F.; Pop, P.; Theoleyre, F.; Boano, C. A.; and Buratti, C. In 2019 IEEE European Test Symposium (ETS), pages 1–10, May, 2019. ISSN: 1530-1877
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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networks are considered the large-scale deployment of IoT devices for industrial applications such as smart manufacturing, harvesting and supply chain management. The Internet of Things (IoT) devices are typically connected over a wireless medium, given the large geographical distribution area and the increasing demand for flexible installations. In some cases, a combination of wired and wireless connectivity can be assumed as common practice. In both scenarios, wireless communications for IIoT networks is a fundamental component of the system architecture that needs to satisfy stringent requirements such as reliable connectivity and minimal delays. Therefore, the dependability of wireless communications for IIoT networks should be carefully studied to provide new solutions, which can guarantee that applications can meet their real-time and reliability requirements while optimizing the control capability of the overall network. This paper focuses on the dependable wireless communications in the IIoT networks, where wireless control and monitoring tasks need to meet stringent real-time and reliability constraints. After reviewing recent solutions and discussing their suitability for IIoT networks, we highlight the yet open challenges that needs to be tackled by both academia and industry.
@inproceedings{foukalas_dependable_2019,
	title = {Dependable {Wireless} {Industrial} {IoT} {Networks}: {Recent} {Advances} and {Open} {Challenges}},
	shorttitle = {Dependable {Wireless} {Industrial} {IoT} {Networks}},
	doi = {10.1109/ETS.2019.8791551},
	abstract = {Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networks are considered the large-scale deployment of IoT devices for industrial applications such as smart manufacturing, harvesting and supply chain management. The Internet of Things (IoT) devices are typically connected over a wireless medium, given the large geographical distribution area and the increasing demand for flexible installations. In some cases, a combination of wired and wireless connectivity can be assumed as common practice. In both scenarios, wireless communications for IIoT networks is a fundamental component of the system architecture that needs to satisfy stringent requirements such as reliable connectivity and minimal delays. Therefore, the dependability of wireless communications for IIoT networks should be carefully studied to provide new solutions, which can guarantee that applications can meet their real-time and reliability requirements while optimizing the control capability of the overall network. This paper focuses on the dependable wireless communications in the IIoT networks, where wireless control and monitoring tasks need to meet stringent real-time and reliability constraints. After reviewing recent solutions and discussing their suitability for IIoT networks, we highlight the yet open challenges that needs to be tackled by both academia and industry.},
	booktitle = {2019 {IEEE} {European} {Test} {Symposium} ({ETS})},
	author = {Foukalas, Fotis and Pop, Paul and Theoleyre, Fabrice and Boano, Carlo Alberto and Buratti, Chiara},
	month = may,
	year = {2019},
	note = {ISSN: 1530-1877},
	keywords = {Benchmark testing, Dependability, IIoT networks, Industrial Internet of Things, Internet of Things, Internet of Things devices, IoT devices, Protocols, Real-time systems, Reliability, Wireless Communication, Wireless communication, Wireless sensor networks, computer network reliability, computerised monitoring, control capability optimization, dependable wireless communications, dependable wireless industrial IoT networks, flexible installations, industrial Internet of Things networks, industrial applications, large-scale deployment, radio networks, real-time contraints, reliability constraints, reliable connectivity, system architecture, wired connectivity, wireless connectivity, wireless control, wireless medium, wireless monitoring},
	pages = {1--10}
}
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