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Service Oriented Architecture for Applications of Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0

Abstract

New manufacturing applications have focused on the joint use of industrial automation and information technology in order to obtain greater efficiency, quality and productivity. A trend is the development of the Industry 4.0 (I4.0) which represents the evolution of production systems through the interconnection and tight integration between systems and equipment, promoting the availability of the necessary information for the best production and management decisions. The application of some recent technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Networked Control Systems and Cloud Computing, among others, is required for the development and implementation of the I4.0. The great challenge of this approach is to promote the integration of these technologies, equipment and systems allocated in different hierarchical levels of industrial systems. A recent paradigm has been the collaborative automation through the use and sharing of services in order to obtain a flexible, scalable, interoperable, distributed and networked integrated architecture. In this context, this project focuses on the study and development of a microservice oriented architecture (MOA) for IIoT and I4.0 applications. Services for different activities such as programming, control, supervision, M2M communication and data acquisition are proposed for development and composition of the architecture and can be executed in different platforms such as computers, embedded systems and in the cloud. Additionally, the development of this innovative architecture aims to provide resiliency, availability and modularity for IIoT applications and I4.0. (AU)

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