Monitoring of Critical Assets

Michele Albano, José Manuel Abete, Iban Barrutia Inza, Vito Cucek, Karel De Brabandere, Ander Etxabe, Iosu Gabilondo, Cicek Guven, Mike Holenderski, Aitzol Iturrospe, Erkki Jantunen, Luis Lino Ferreira, István Moldován, Jon Olaizola, Eneko Saenz de Argandona, Babacar Sarr, Sören Schneickert, Rafael Socorro, Hans Sprong, Marjan SterkRaúl Torrego, Godfried Webers, Achim Woyte

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    Abstract

    Sensors used in the MANTIS project must be able to measure the physical phenomenon relevant for the assets’ condition. Examples of this include temperature, light intensity, pressure, fluid flow, velocity, and force among others. Anyhow, it is not a trivial problem for a given installation, where an adequate measurement solution must be chosen or developed in order to accurately and robustly acquire data about the physical process related to each MANTIS use cases [Jantunen et al., 2017].

    Another relevant matter is the cost of the monitoring solution. Industry is always aiming for cost savings and a better market positioning. Therefore, new technological solutions such as WSNs have become a strategic asset in this context, increasing the interest of the industrial companies. This type of sensor networks is used to share information with the purpose of increasing productivity, gathering data for developing future technological improvements and/or detecting/predicting maintenance issues. Moreover, even when a single sensor is considered instead of a WSN, the use of wireless communications provides flexibility, installation ease, weight reduction, which makes them suitable for many applications, conditions and situations.

    Industrial environments usually have hostile site conditions, both for the sensors themselves and for the wireless communication systems, and a section is devoted to the analysis of the issues and the solutions raising in these environments.

    Finally, a section is focused on the intelligent functions that can be offered by CPS, both to preprocess collected data and to support the CPS itself.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe MANTIS Book
    Subtitle of host publicationCyber Physical System Based Proactive Collaborative Maintenance
    EditorsMichele Albano, Erkki Jantunen, Gregor Papa, Urko Zurutuza
    PublisherRiver Publishers
    Chapter4
    Pages93-144
    Number of pages52
    ISBN (Electronic)978-87-93609-84-6
    ISBN (Print)978-87-93609-85-3
    Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2018
    MoE publication typeA3 Part of a book or another research book

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    Albano, M., Abete, J. M., Barrutia Inza, I., Cucek, V., De Brabandere, K., Etxabe, A., Gabilondo, I., Guven, C., Holenderski, M., Iturrospe, A., Jantunen, E., Lino Ferreira, L., Moldován, I., Olaizola, J., Saenz de Argandona, E., Sarr, B., Schneickert, S., Socorro, R., Sprong, H., ... Woyte, A. (2018). Monitoring of Critical Assets. In M. Albano, E. Jantunen, G. Papa, & U. Zurutuza (Eds.), The MANTIS Book: Cyber Physical System Based Proactive Collaborative Maintenance (pp. 93-144). River Publishers. https://www.riverpublishers.com/downloadchapter.php?file=RP_9788793609846C4.pdf