An Approach CPS for the Smart Monitoring of Industrial Systems


Nesrine Jlassi, Cédrick Béler, Omar Khlaief and Kamal Medjaher, LGP Laboratory, Toulouse INP-ENIT, France


Process monitoring is an important element for the long-term reliable functioning of any automated system. In fact, monitoring system is constituted of sensors installed in the physical system, in order to analyse, observe and control production systems in real time. In network, these sensors may interact with one other and with an external system via wireless communication. With recent advances in electronics, tiny sensors have appeared. Their low cost and energy consumption allow them to perform three main functions: capture data, provide information and communicate it via sensor network. In this paper, we had interested to the Cyber-Physical System (CPS) and Prognostics Health Management (PHM) domain; The CPS is one of the most important advanced technologies, it connects the physical world with the cyber using a communication layout. In other side, PHM has become a key technology for detectingfuture failures by predicting the future behaviour of the system.


Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber-Physical System (CPS), System of Systems (SoS), CyberPhysical System of Systems (CPSoS), Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Prognostic and Health Management (PHM), fog computing.

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