Safety and System Integrity of Isobus Applications for Agricultural Machine Control System (AMCS). Ruggeri, M.; Marzani, S.; and Fantuzzi, C. In 4th IFAC-Symposium on Mechatronic Systems, MECHATRONICS 2006, Heidelberg (Germany), September~12–14, 2006.
abstract   bibtex   
This paper concerns the safety and system integrity analysis of a typical ISOBUS implementation for the communication network of a distributed mechatronics system for agricultural machines. Despite ISOBUS, described by the international standard communication network, is standardized under the norm ISO11783, we will make an analytical overview of a hybrid network for off-highway vehicles where ISOBUS and FlexRay protocols co-exist. A functional analysis has been conducted and a methodology for a quantitative evaluation of the overall system (in terms of performance and reliability) is carried out. The experiments described here (including the timeframe for future works) take the move from the framework depicted by the regional-funded project Pro-Tract: a lab has been set up to investigate these items related to off-highway vehicles.
@InProceedings{Marzani-et-al:Mechatronics:2006,
  author = 	 {Ruggeri, Massimiliano and Marzani, Sstefano and Fantuzzi, Cesare},
  title = 	 {Safety and System Integrity of Isobus Applications for Agricultural Machine Control System {(AMCS)}},
  booktitle = 	 {4th IFAC-Symposium on Mechatronic Systems, MECHATRONICS 2006},
  year =	 2006,
  file =         {papers/2006-09-Mechatronics.pdf},
  href =         {\hyperbibref{2006-09-Mechatronics.pdf}},
  address =	 {Heidelberg (Germany)},
  month =	 sep # "~12--14",
  ID = 200609,
  abstract = {This paper concerns the safety and system integrity
                  analysis of a typical ISOBUS implementation for the
                  communication network of a distributed mechatronics
                  system for agricultural machines. Despite ISOBUS,
                  described by the international standard
                  communication network, is standardized under the
                  norm ISO11783, we will make an analytical overview
                  of a hybrid network for off-highway vehicles where
                  ISOBUS and FlexRay protocols co-exist. A functional
                  analysis has been conducted and a methodology for a
                  quantitative evaluation of the overall system (in
                  terms of performance and reliability) is carried
                  out. The experiments described here (including the
                  timeframe for future works) take the move from the
                  framework depicted by the regional-funded project
                  Pro-Tract: a lab has been set up to investigate
                  these items related to off-highway vehicles.}}
Downloads: 0