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Design of Networked Embedded Systems: An Approach for Safety and Security

Originální název

Design of Networked Embedded Systems: An Approach for Safety and Security

Anglický název

Design of Networked Embedded Systems: An Approach for Safety and Security

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper presents a safety and security-based approach to networked embedded system design that offers reusable design patterns for applications dedicated to various domains. After introducing dependability requirements for embedded system applications, it deals with industrial, sensor-based applications development support aiming at distributed components interconnected by wired Internet compatible intranets and wireless sensor networks. The paper discusses a safety and security-driven approach to embedded system design for an industrial class of Internet-based applications. It focuses on an integrated networking that stems from the IEEE 1451.1 smart transducer interface standard, which is an object-based networking model supporting client-server and publish-subscribe communication patterns in group messaging, and from the IP multicast communication, all together mediating safe and secure access to smart sensors through Internet and ZigBee. The case study demonstrates how clients can access groups of wireless smart pressure and temperature sensors and valves through Internet effectively using developed system architecture while respecting prescribed requirements for application dependent safety and security.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper presents a safety and security-based approach to networked embedded system design that offers reusable design patterns for applications dedicated to various domains. After introducing dependability requirements for embedded system applications, it deals with industrial, sensor-based applications development support aiming at distributed components interconnected by wired Internet compatible intranets and wireless sensor networks. The paper discusses a safety and security-driven approach to embedded system design for an industrial class of Internet-based applications. It focuses on an integrated networking that stems from the IEEE 1451.1 smart transducer interface standard, which is an object-based networking model supporting client-server and publish-subscribe communication patterns in group messaging, and from the IP multicast communication, all together mediating safe and secure access to smart sensors through Internet and ZigBee. The case study demonstrates how clients can access groups of wireless smart pressure and temperature sensors and valves through Internet effectively using developed system architecture while respecting prescribed requirements for application dependent safety and security.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33770,
  author="Miroslav {Švéda} and Roman {Trchalík} and Pavel {Očenášek}",
  title="Design of Networked Embedded Systems: An Approach for Safety and Security",
  annote="This paper presents a safety and security-based approach to networked embedded
system design that offers reusable design patterns for applications dedicated to
various domains. After introducing dependability requirements for embedded system
applications, it deals with industrial, sensor-based applications development
support aiming at distributed components interconnected by wired Internet
compatible intranets and wireless sensor networks. The paper discusses a safety
and security-driven approach to embedded system design for an industrial class of
Internet-based applications. It focuses on an integrated networking that stems
from the IEEE 1451.1 smart transducer interface standard, which is an
object-based networking model supporting client-server and publish-subscribe
communication patterns in group messaging, and from the IP multicast
communication, all together mediating safe and secure access to smart sensors
through Internet and ZigBee. The case study demonstrates how clients can access
groups of wireless smart pressure and temperature sensors and valves through
Internet effectively using developed system architecture while respecting
prescribed requirements for application dependent safety and security.",
  address="IFAC",
  booktitle="Preprints of IFAC Workshop on PROGRAMMABLE DEVICES and EMBEDDED SYSTEMS PDeS 2009",
  chapter="33770",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IFAC",
  journal="Programmable devices and systems",
  number="2",
  year="2009",
  month="february",
  pages="131--136",
  publisher="IFAC",
  type="conference paper"
}