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A Design of Device Management System for Factories using Wireless Sensor Network
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 Title & Authors
A Design of Device Management System for Factories using Wireless Sensor Network
Moon, Sung-Nam; Kim, Young-Han;
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 Abstract
Unlike traditional factory environment, in an industrial factory network applied wireless sensor network technologies, all procedures of discovery, identification and verification of devices should be performed in an automatic fashion. To address these challenges, we design a management system using the device registry server that we propose in this paper. In the phase of device discovery, the proposed system utilizes properties of routing protocol running in factories. Also, in the phase of identification and verification, the system uses unique and general information of a device stored within the device registration server. Such a way allows management system to reduce implementation complexity and to easily manage devices in a factory applied with a wireless network consisting of heterogeneous devices.
 Keywords
factory network;wireless sensor network;device registry server;device identification information;device attribute information;
 Language
Korean
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