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The Uniform Engineering of Distributed Control Systems Using the OPC Specification

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Author keywords
OPC, distributed systems, local industrial networks, communication component

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vasile(4), gaitan(4)
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About this article
Date of Publication: 2008-06-02
Volume 8, Issue 2, Year 2008, On page(s): 71 - 77
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2008.02013
Web of Science Accession Number: 000264815000013
SCOPUS ID: 77955613767

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OPC specifications have considerably contributed to the uniformization and standardization procedures for the software applications gathering process data and exchanging it in a unitary manner. However, this specification does not provide instructions or guidelines on how to achieve the interconnection with field devices. The present article proposes a standardization solution in field networks, which will enable users to gain access to a server with a communication component and several network drivers. Consequently, all engineering aspects related to implementation will be given a uniform interpretation. We will get a uniform engineering of distributed control systems.


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[1] Frank Iwanitz and Jurgen Lange / Huthig, "OPC-Fundamentals, Implementation, and Application", 251 pages, 1 CD, ISBN: 3778529048.

[2] ISA EXPO2005 Chicago IL, "OPC and OPC Unified Architecture"

[3] Eric Murphy, MatrikonOPC - July 2006, "OPC UA - How Deep Does Interface Standardization Go?"

[4] OPC Foundation - "OPC Common 1.10 Specification"

[5] OPC Foundation - "OPC UA Part1 - Concepts 1.00 Specification"

[6] Dr.-Ing. Axel Klostermeyer Siemens A&D PT2 P, VAN - Developing the Future of Industrial Communication Presentation of the European R&D-Project "Virtual Automation Networks"

[7] Stefan-Helmut Leitner, Wolfgang Mahnke - ABB Corporate Research Center, "OPC UA - Service-oriented Architecture for Industrial Applications"

[8] Vasile Gheorghita Gaitan, Cornel Turcu, Alexandru Goloca, Renati Popa, "An RFID and OPC Technology Based Distributed System for Production Control and Monitoring", RFID Eurasia 2007, September 5-6, Istanbul, Turkey.

[9] Cristina Turcu, Cornel Turcu, Valentin Popa, Vasile Gaitan, ICT and "RFID in Education: Some Practical Aspects in Campus Life", 3rd International Conference on interdisciplinarity in education ICIEĀ’07, March 15-17, 2007, Athens, Greece, ISBN 978-960-89028-4-8, ISSN 1790-661X

[10] Vasile Gaitan, "Using OPC technologies with the Highly Functional Distributed System", Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Suceava, Romania, ISSN 1582-7445, No 2/2003, volume 3 (10), pp. 35-46

[11] Valentin Popa, Vasile Gaitan, "Transponders in a Wireless Sensors Network", Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Suceava, Romania, ISSN 1582-7445, No 1/2003, volume 3 (10), pp. 62-67

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