O.A. Chemerys, O.V. Bushma, O.S. Lytvyn

Èlektron. model. 2021, 43(6):107-122


Authors consider the relevant and perspective IIoT (Industrial Internet-of-Things) development concept - a scalable heterogeneous network consisting of fixed and mobile nodes for monitoring the state of complex distributed technological ob-jects. Many issues must be solved comprehensively at designing and creating such a network. This is especially true for control systems, data transmission channels and data stream processing, their analysis, scalability, decision making. The paper describes a new concept for development of a multi-level architecture IoT network for monitoring the state of geographically distributed technological objects, consisting of a heterogeneous set of nodes (stationary and mobile units) equipped with various sensors and video cameras.


monitoring, Internet of things, security of industrial facilities, distributed information system.


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