Poster: 4th Industrial Revolution: Toward Deterministic Wireless Industrial Networks

Abstract : Critical applications such as industrial process control, smart grid and vehicle automation require networks which offer on-time data delivery and wire-like end-to-end reliability. This paper proposes to exploit path diversity to compensate for the lossy nature of the wireless medium. We introduce " Leapfrog Collaboration " , a communication mechanism in which multiple copies of the same packet traverse the network on disjoint paths. Emulation results on Cooja show that, compared to single-path transmission, this technique reduces end-to-end delay by up to 28%, and jitter by up to 58%.
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Tadanori Matsui, Georgios Papadopoulos, Pascal Thubert, Thomas Watteyne, Nicolas Montavont. Poster: 4th Industrial Revolution: Toward Deterministic Wireless Industrial Networks. EWSN 2017 : International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks, Feb 2017, Uppsala, Sweden. 2017. ⟨hal-01419907⟩

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