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Projects: Communication Networks & Distributed Application Engineering Network Planning & Management Ole Brun Madsen Professor Henrik Schiøler Associate Professor Ramjee Prasad Professor Institute of Electronic Systems
Projekter: Distributed Application Engineering Communicating Collaborative Robots: The idea of robotic workers to assist in trivial, tiresome and even dangerous working tasks dates far back in history. In industry robots are traditionally considered highly flexible but stationary mechanical manipulators performing pre-programmed tasks. Flexibility is in industry the major advantage of robots over traditional mechanical automata whereas automata most often outperform robotic solutions in high volume production.
Projekter: Distributed Application Engineering Ad-Hoc Networking: Thoughts on 4 th. generation mobile communication systems include the use of ad hoc networks, where a large population of mobile communication units participate in a common communication infrastructure offering relay services to the community in return for recieved communication services. In populations of mobile robots ad hoc networking seem unavoidable in order for the robot population to perform in dynamically changing environments. Different basic wireless transmission technoloogies for ad hoc networking are investigated with current focus on the Bluetooth technology and especially the scatternet part of the standard, which has until recently remained only loosely specified. Network formation and maintenance, QoS aware routing, admission control, capacity management, handover and interpiconet scheduling is studied both analytically, in simulation and in working scatternet laboratory setups.
Projekter: Distributed Application Engineering Traffic and Network Modelling in Industrial Real Time Networks: In industrial control systems as well as in a variety of other distributed systems temporal properties of the communication infrastructure are of vital importance. Various dedicated technologies exist in the shape of field busses and real time networks with different properties in the time domain mainly due to different traffic arbitration protocols. Deterministic and probabilistic network and traffic modelling methodologies are applied to application case studies and network technologies such as marine control systems with token based arbitration and Multi Service Networks on the WAN level with ATM switching and results are supported by simulation and real life verification.