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Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks: Monitoring, Control and Automation explores the explosive growth that has occurred in the use of wireless sensor networks in a variety of applications during the last few years. As wireless technology can reduce costs, increase productivity, and ease maintenance, the book looks at the progress in standardization efforts regarding reliability, security, performance, power consumption, and integration. Early sections of the book discuss issues such as media access control MAC , antenna design and site survey, energy harvesting, and explosion-proof design.
Factory Automation. Wireless sensor networks WSN are gaining the ground in all sectors of life; from homes to factories, from traffic control to environmental and habitat monitoring. Monitoring seems to be the key word. Wireless systems can take control actions, too and in this way they compete e.
WSN consist of nodes. A node in the sensor network includes a microcontroller, data storage, sensor, analogue-to-digital converters ADC , a data transceiver, controllers that tie the pieces together, and an energy source. The nodes connect to each other using different architectures depending on the applications and surrounding environment. Several architectures, usually called network topologies, are possible: star, cluster-tree and mesh.
In different topologies, sensor nodes can act as simple data transmitters and receivers or routers working in a multi-hop fashion Aakvaag et al. Energy is the limiting resource in WSN. The amount of energy needed to communicate wirelessly increases rapidly with distance and obstructions further attenuate the signal. The network minimizes the energy consumption by eliminating communications or turning off the radio, when communications do not occur. There are several possibilities: local processing of data in nodes, communicating, only if something of interest occurs, data aggregation, compression and scheduling, assigning certain tasks for special nodes and turning off radio, when uninteresting packet is received Culler et al.
Recently, the use of WSN in industrial automation has gained attention. The proposed and already employed technologies vary from short-range personal area networks to cellular networks, and in some cases, even global communications via satellite are applied. In industrial environments, the coverage area of WSN as well as the reliability of the data may suffer from noise, co-channel interferences, and other interferers Low et al.
In these conditions, it is important to maintain data integrity for operation-critical data, for example alarms Low et al. All these factors set a special emphasis on automation design and the fact that WSN are technically challenging systems, requiring expertise from several different disciplines, emphasizes this. Additionally, requirements for industrial applications are often stricter than in other domains, since the system failure may lead to loss of production or even loss of lives.
Low et al. This Chapter discusses wireless sensor networks in industrial automation, focusing especially on performance issues, both in the design phase and during actual operation. The Chapter will proceed as follows: Section 2 introduces industrial applications.
Moreover, a demo system, developed by Control Engineering Laboratory, University of Oulu, is presented as an example. Section 3 concerns the protocols and standards in the industrial WSN.
In Section 4, the interferences in industrial environment are discussed briefly. Finally, networked control systems are addressed in Section 5, and a list of references given in Section 6. Class 5 defines items related to monitoring without immediate operational consequences. This class covers applications without strong timeliness requirements. The reliability requirements may vary. Class 4 defines monitoring with short-term operational consequences.
This includes high-limit and low-limit alarms and other information that may require further checking or involvement of a maintenance technician.
Timeliness of information in this class is typically low slow. For example, an operator could take a unit offline, if required. The time horizon for this class is in a human scale, measured in seconds and minutes. Class 2 consists of closed loop supervisory control, and applications usually have long time constants, with the time scale measured in seconds to minutes.
Class 1, closed loop regulatory control, includes motor and axis control as well as primary flow and pressure control. The timeliness of information in this class is often critical. Class 0 defines emergency actions related to safety, which are always critical to both personnel and the plant. Most safety functions are, and will be, carried out by dedicated wired networks in order to limit both failure modes and vulnerability to external events or attacks.
Examples in this category are safety interlock, emergency shutdown, and fire control. ISA SP According to survey results Hoske, , the leading application for industrial networks both wired and wireless is supervisory control and data acquisition SCADA. Next are diagnostics, testing, maintenance; both continuous and batch processing; motion control, robotic equipment; and machine control.
Furthermore, the applications include pump, fan, and blower applications; continuous processing; packaging machines; materials handling equipment elevators, cranes, hoists ; and discrete product manufacturing. Ten most used networks, communications and protocols did not include wireless alternatives. However, applications of wireless technologies will grow especially in following areas Low et al.
WSN applies for example to bearings of motors, oil pumps, engines, vibration sensors on packing crates, or to many inaccessible or hazardous environments. For these environments, the wired solution may be impractical due to e. Wireless solutions are feasible for mobile applications. Compared to wired solutions in industrial applications, the wireless systems and WSN have several advantages. These include, for example Aakvaag et al. Better coping with regulatory and safety obstacles in running cables in constricted or dangerous areas.
Improved fault localization and isolation: for example, critical tasks are often ensured with redundant wires, which may pose difficulties for fault location and isolation.
Incorporating short-range technologies to automation system which has possible interfaces to wide area networks forms a heterogeneous network, which may improve automation system efficiency. Exploitation of micro-electromechanical systems MEMS : integrated wireless sensors with built-in communication capabilities offer a more robust design than attaching wires to small-sized devices. A steam boiler produces steam for a laboratory-scale chemical pulping process.
The process uses fuel oil and includes the water storage tank, boiler, and pipelines. The feed water temperature is approximately 20 C and after the boiler, the steam temperature is approximately C. There are four measurements implemented: three for the temperature and one for the steam pressure. The temperature is measured from the flame in the combustion chamber the required measuring range from the room temperature to approximately C , from the combustion gas pipe from the room temperature to over C and from the surface of the steam pipe from the room temperature to approximately C.
The pressure, which normally is approximately 13 bar, is measured from the bypass manifold. During shutdowns and maintenance operations, however, the pressure may vary between bars. The lower temperatures from the combustion gas pipe and from the surface of the steam pipe are measured by Ptsensors.
Since the measurements are located closely to each other, the sensors are attached into one two-channel wireless transceiver node. The higher temperature from the flame in the combustion chamber is measured with the S-type thermocouple and it has its own wireless transceiver node. For the thermocouple, the mains power is required for the transmitter head. Additionally, the pressure sensor has its own wireless transceiver node and requires the mains power.
Altogether, the equipment has three nodes and one gateway Fig. The test environment has potential sources of disturbances such as thick cement walls, metal pipes, humidity, and varying temperatures.
The WSN and sensors applied for monitoring the temperatures and the pressure of the steam boiler. Concerning the ISA classes, the steam boiler monitoring application belongs to class 4. For example, it could be used to inform operator about abnormal changes in pressure or temperature. Due to the slow process, the requirements for message timeliness are low, however. Typically, the measurement is expected to arrive within tens of seconds. More information about the application, for example requirements definition and lessons learned, can be found from Paavola, As mentioned above, the application requirements for the wireless communications in the industrial environments may vary significantly.
Taking the demo system presented in this Chapter as an example, the amount of data is little and the acceptable latency within tens of seconds. On the other hand, at the lowest level of the factory automation systems, also a limited amount of data is exchanged, but within very strict real-time constraints, typically 10 ms Vitturi et al.
These cases provide very different requirements for the WSN protocol stack see Fig. In order to introduce radio-based technologies to the industrial automation systems, the automation domain specific requirements have to be fulfilled.
These requirements include guarantees for the real-time RT behaviour, functional safety, and security Neumann, However, the primary objective of the wireless sensor network design has been to maximise the lifetime of the network and nodes, leaving the other performance metrics as secondary objectives Demirkol et al.
Indeed, many schemes presented in the literature do not concentrate on the joint energy conservation and real-time RT performance Pantazis et al.
It should also be noted, that in some industrial applications, especially in the factory automation domain, the energy consumption may not be critical requirement since mains power is generally available Flammini et al. In this section, the protocols applied in the industrial WSN are discussed, excluding the proprietary protocols a short introduction to several industrial communication systems as well as to some proprietary protocols can be found in Neumann, Regarding to industrial WSN protocol development the following requirements can be found from the literature:.
RT, reliable communication, also in heterogeneous networks Heo et al. Coping with transient interferences: guarantee deterministic and timely data delivery in case of temporary link failures Song et al. Energy-efficiency: operate at low duty cycles, maximising shutdown intervals between packet exchanges Rowe et al.
Capability for localisation, synchronization and energy management Flammini et al. All these requirements have significant impact on the WSN protocols stack Fig. The vertical planes illustrate the modifications required specifically by WSN.
In some applications, knowledge of positions, provided by the localisation capability, is required Flammini et al. The power manager handles on-board power sources or energy scavenging units Yeatman, Finally, to support RT communication, synchronisation capability is needed Rowe et al.
Concerning the horizontal planes, the tasks of the physical layer include frequency selection, modulation, and data encryption.
Since the short-range transceivers are more efficient in terms of the energy consumption and the implementation complexity, their use is preferred. Most widespread commercial solutions available implement spread spectrum modulation techniques and are capable for data rates ranging from 0.
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Wireless sensor network WSN refers to a group of spatially dispersed and dedicated sensors for monitoring and recording the physical conditions of the environment and organizing the collected data at a central location. WSNs measure environmental conditions like temperature, sound, pollution levels, humidity, wind, and so on. These are similar to wireless ad hoc networks in the sense that they rely on wireless connectivity and spontaneous formation of networks so that sensor data can be transported wirelessly. WSNs are spatially distributed autonomous sensors to monitor physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature , sound , pressure , etc. The more modern networks are bi-directional, both collecting data from distributed sensors  and enabling control of sensor activity. The WSN is built of "nodes" — from a few to several hundreds or even thousands, where each node is connected to one or sometimes several sensors.
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Keywords: protocols for Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks (IWSN); IWSN standards; IEEE ;. WirelessHART; ISAa; real-time.
Recently, industrial wireless sensor networks have attracted more attention, due to their large benefits in terms of faster installation, cost savings, and flexibility. Nevertheless, the acceptance of wireless sensor networks by the industrial community is not without its difficulties. In fact, several research efforts have been made in this field and a number of state-of-the-art reviews exist, presenting the current standards, the challenges, and the design principles. However, a comprehensive review on routing protocols appears to be missing.
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Wireless Sensor Networks presents the latest practical solutions to the design issues presented in wireless-sensor-network-based systems. Novel features of the text, distributed throughout, include workable solutions, demonstration systems and case studies of the design and application of wireless sensor networks WSNs based on the first-hand research and development experience of the author, and the chapters on real applications: building fire safety protection; smart home automation; and logistics resource management. Case studies and applications illustrate the practical perspectives of:.
Table of Contents. Methodology Testimonials. Industrial wireless sensor networking WSN continues to expand into new markets with multi-protocol devices, maturing standards and ubiquitous IoT cloud platforms.
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