Design and implementation of information centered protocol for long haul SHM monitoring

Tariq, Hasan
Touati, Farid
Al-Hitmi, Mohammed Abdulla E.
Crescini, Damiano
Mnaouer, Adel Ben
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
In structural health monitoring systems (SHM), robust data transmission is the fundamental constraint. In this work, an information centered protocol is being proposed for multi-sensor and multi-variable communication channels in (SHM). The core objective is communication traffic optimization, data streams compression, bottleneck compensation for seamless information system. A novel SHM hierarchical information model has been designed and implemented using addressing taxonomy and domain definitions accumulated with data segments, beacons and flags-handshaking. On both ends of an SHM channel, a SQLite based encoding and decoding preprocessor is implemented, which requires the use of serial protocols such as CANopen, UART, 12C and SPI. Results have shown that the proposed system optimizes traffic monitoring in handling critical situations of dynamic baud rate switching. © 2019 IEEE.
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Information Centered Model, Internet of Things (IoT), IoT and OSI, Structural health monitoring (SHM), Traffic Optimization, Information systems, Monitoring, Nanosensors, Nanosystems, Network protocols, Design and implementations, Encoding and decoding, Fundamental constraints, Hierarchical information, Structural health monitoring systems, Data communication systems
Tariq, H., Touati, F., Al-Hitmi, M. A. E., Crescini, D., & Manouer, A. B. (2019). Design and implementation of information centered protocol for long haul SHM monitoring. In IEEE International Conference on Design and Test of Integrated Micro and Nano-Systems, DTS 2019.