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    2018

    • Sebastian Szancer, Philipp Meyer, and Franz Korf. Migration from SERCOS III to TSN - Simulation Based Comparison of TDMA and CBS Transportation. In: Proceedings of the 5th International OMNeT++ Community Summit. Pages 52—62, 2018, EasyChair,
      [Abstract], [Online], [Fulltext Document (pdf)], [DOI], [Bibtex]

      The communication infrastructure of industrial plants, vehicles and many other appli- cations must provide more and more bandwidth, sometimes with strict timing requirements for the transmission of critical data. Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of IEEE 802 Ethernet sub-standards that meet these requirements for a wide range of applications and communication requirements. Market relevance of TSN increases in different sectors. On the other hand, SERCOS III is an established Ethernet-based communication standard, which is used in particular in the field of industrial plants. With cost and limitations of SERCOS III in mind, this paper examines the migration from SERCOS III Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) communication on the one side to Credit Based Shaping (CBS) communication on the other side. TSN supports both mechanisms. The analyses are per- formed with OMNeT++ simulation models. Migration recommendations are derived from the comparison of TDMA- and CBS-based transportation of SERCOS III traffic.

      @InProceedings{   smk-mstst-18,
        author        = {Sebastian Szancer and Philipp Meyer and Franz Korf},
        editor        = {Anna F\textbackslash{}"orster and Asanga Udugama and
                        Antonio Virdis and Giovanni Nardini},
        title         = {Migration from SERCOS III to TSN - Simulation Based
                        Comparison of TDMA and CBS Transportation},
        booktitle     = {Proceedings of the 5th International OMNeT++ Community
                        Summit},
        year          = 2018,
        pages         = {52--62},
        volume        = {56},
        publisher     = {EasyChair},
        url           = {https://easychair.org/publications/paper/ZJpT},
        issn          = {2398-7340},
        doi           = {10.29007/c5td},
        abstract      = {The communication infrastructure of industrial plants,
                        vehicles and many other appli- cations must provide more
                        and more bandwidth, sometimes with strict timing
                        requirements for the transmission of critical data.
                        Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of IEEE 802
                        Ethernet sub-standards that meet these requirements for a
                        wide range of applications and communication requirements.
                        Market relevance of TSN increases in different sectors. On
                        the other hand, SERCOS III is an established Ethernet-based
                        communication standard, which is used in particular in the
                        field of industrial plants. With cost and limitations of
                        SERCOS III in mind, this paper examines the migration from
                        SERCOS III Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA)
                        communication on the one side to Credit Based Shaping (CBS)
                        communication on the other side. TSN supports both
                        mechanisms. The analyses are per- formed with OMNeT++
                        simulation models. Migration recommendations are derived
                        from the comparison of TDMA- and CBS-based transportation
                        of SERCOS III traffic.},
        series        = {EPiC Series in Computing},
        bibsource     = {EasyChair, https://easychair.org},
        langid        = {english}
      }
    • Timo Häckel. A Middleware Solution for Open and Dynamic ICT Architectures in Future Cars - Hauptprojekt. Apr. 2018,
      [Abstract], [Fulltext Document (pdf)], [Bibtex]

      The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) of today's vehicles is currently experiencing a major revision. With the introduction of a centralised communication medium and the Service-Oriented-Architecture (SOA) paradigm, the automotive industry adopts the challenges posed by connected cars and autonomous driving. In novel SOA based ICT architectures the communication middleware for services plays an important role, as it enables services to exchange messages. This paper names the key aspects of such a middleware and specifies our solution. We design a Service-Oriented Architecture based middleware that supports Quality-of-Service (QoS) policies to define the requirements on a connection. Finally, we describe our realisation in the simulation environment OMNeT++.

      @TechReport{      h-msoda-18,
        author        = {Timo H{\"a}ckel},
        title         = {{A Middleware Solution for Open and Dynamic ICT
                        Architectures in Future Cars - Hauptprojekt}},
        month         = apr,
        year          = 2018,
        institution   = {CoRE Research Group, Hochschule f{\"u}r Angewandte
                        Wissenschaften Hamburg},
        abstract      = {The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) of
                        today's vehicles is currently experiencing a major
                        revision. With the introduction of a centralised
                        communication medium and the Service-Oriented-Architecture
                        (SOA) paradigm, the automotive industry adopts the
                        challenges posed by connected cars and autonomous driving.
                        In novel SOA based ICT architectures the communication
                        middleware for services plays an important role, as it
                        enables services to exchange messages. This paper names the
                        key aspects of such a middleware and specifies our
                        solution. We design a Service-Oriented Architecture based
                        middleware that supports Quality-of-Service (QoS) policies
                        to define the requirements on a connection. Finally, we
                        describe our realisation in the simulation environment
                        OMNeT++.},
        langid        = {english}
      }