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 Title & Authors
Data Collection Methods to Standardize Protocols of Safety Supervision System
Shin, Kwang-Ho; Um, Tae-Hwa; Lim, Dam-Sub; Ahn, Jin;
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 Abstract
The current railway control system in Korea is comprised of signaling, electric rail power, communication, and maintenance systems that are independent of each other. Further, these systems have different mediums and protocols for transmitting the field equipment data to the central control system. The Safety Supervision System has as its purpose the collecting of safety-related data from each system to predict and prevent accidents, this system utilizes standard protocol. Safety-related data need to be collected from field data transmission devices of the existing control system, the data should be collected without affecting the communication of the existing system. In this study, sniffing skill, which is typically used for network traffic monitoring or security, is used to collect data. The problems arising from the use of sniffing devices are noted, and the Packet Conversion Node is proposed as a solution to the problems. Further, functional and performance testing were completed for the prototype, and the software architecture and packet conversion process were verified.
 Keywords
Safety supervision system;Packet sniffing;Packet convert phase;Packet convert node;TAP device;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Research on Railway Safety Common Data Model and DDS Topic for Real-time Railway Safety Data Transmission,;;

한국컴퓨터정보학회논문지, 2016. vol.21. 5, pp.57-64 crossref(new window)
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