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An Experimental Evaluation of Redundancy in Industrial Wireless Communications


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Title:
An Experimental Evaluation of Redundancy in Industrial Wireless Communications
Authors:
Lucas-Estañ, M. Carmen
Maestre, J.L.
Coll-Perales, Baldomero
Gozalvez, J.
Lluvia, I.
Department:
Ingeniería de Comunicaciones
Issue Date:
2018-09-21
Abstract:
Industrial wireless communications will be an important technology enabler for the Industry 4.0 paradigm. However, the pervasive introduction of wireless communications in factories requires improving their reliability and capacity to support low latency communications. An approach to do so is through the introduction of redundancy. Several studies have analytically and through simulations demonstrated the benefits of exploiting redundancy in industrial wireless communications. This paper progresses the current state of the art by experimentally analyzing for the first time the benefits that redundancy in industrial wireless communications can provide to support mobile industrial applications. The analysis has been conducted in a collaborative robotics experimental facility under the framework of the H2020 AUTOWARE project
Keywords/Subjects:
Industry 4.0
redundancy
industrial wireless networks
prototype
experimental
reliability
latency
mobile
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