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ZIGBEE based Wireless SCADA System

TL;DR: In this article , a Zigbee-based wireless S CADA system (ZBWS) is proposed for cost reduction in the industrial environment, which is ideal for industries where it is too expensive to install wired SCADA in remote locations.
Abstract: The advancement of the remote monitoring industry has become more level-playing in recent years. This means that companies can now monitor their equipment remotely, without having to be present onsite. With the introduction of wireless S CADA systems, these systems became more affordable and efficient. SCADA systems have advanced significantly in the field of process control in recent years. SCADA is a supervisory control that is very important in the automation industry. Today, SCADA is required to control the process from any distance. Additionally, the potential for additional features such as security, process parameter control, and visualization paves the way for SCADA to become a powerful tool for industrial applications. Using SCADA, the entire process area can be monitored remotely. Automatic process manipulation, warning system, and automatic report generation are huge advantages of SCADA. Wireless SCADA is ideal for industries where it is too expensive to install wired SCADA systems in remote locations. Fortunately, wireless SCADA systems offer all the benefits of wired systems without the expense and hassle of wiring everything. In this study, an innovative prototype of a Zigbee-based wireless S CADA system (ZBWS) is proposed for cost reduction.
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01 Oct 2017
TL;DR: A simple low latency deterministic network (SLLDN) and a MODBUS/SLL DN gateway were implemented to have a WSAN interfaced to a NI Lookout SCADA server application for data acquisition and control using its built-in MODBUS serial driver.
Abstract: MODBUS is still one of the most widespread application layer protocols used in industrial communication due to its simple request-response communication session and its readiness to be implemented on top of several lower level communication protocols and various physical media such as RS232/RS485 serial lines and Ethernet TCP/IP. Given the well-known inclination of Modbus to inter-networking, a solution to connect a wireless sensor and actuator network (WSAN) based on the PHY layer as defined by IEEE 802.15.4 and one of the MAC behaviour modes proposed by the IEEE 802.15.4 amendment to SCADA applications is investigated in this paper. A simple low latency deterministic network (SLLDN) and a MODBUS/SLLDN gateway were implemented to have a WSAN interfaced to a NI Lookout SCADA server application for data acquisition and control using its built-in MODBUS serial driver.

2 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
20 Oct 2022
TL;DR: In this article , the authors present a solution for the implementation of a platform for operating systems such as Windows XP, 7, S or 10, 11, but also for the porting of all the functionalities of this platform to the Windows Compact Embedded real-time operating system.
Abstract: The need to have increasingly reliable and effective systems led to the rapid development of SCADA systems, the systems that can be found everywhere today. SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems are used for supervise and control different industrial processes. One of these solutions is presented in this article. This solution includes the implementation of a platform for operating systems such as Windows XP, 7, S or 10, 11, but also for the porting of all the functionalities of this platform to the Windows Compact Embedded real-time operating system. The testing and evaluation of this solution led to its validation.

1 citations