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2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA )

ETFA focus is on the latest developments and new technologies in the field of industrial and factory automation. The conference aims to exchange ideas with both industry leaders and a variety of experienced researchers, developers, and practitioners from several industries, research institutes, and academia


2020 IEEE 29th International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE)

ISIE focuses on advancements in knowledge, new methods, and technologies relevant to industrial electronics, along with their applications and future developments.


2020 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)

The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.


2020 IEEE IAS Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee (PCIC)

The PCIC provides an international forum for the exchange of electrical applications technology related to the petroleum and chemical industry. The PCIC annual conference is rotated across North American locations of industry strength to attract national and international participation. User, manufacturer, consultant, and contractor participation is encouraged to strengthen the conference technical base. Success of the PCIC is built upon high quality papers, individual recognition, valued standards activities, mentoring, tutorials, networking and conference sites that appeal to all.


2020 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is a gathering of experts who work and conduct research in the industrial applications of electrical systems.


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Some Issues of Modern Career Guidance

2018 XVII Russian Scientific and Practical Conference on Planning and Teaching Engineering Staff for the Industrial and Economic Complex of the Region (PTES), 2018

The paper discusses issues related to the training of specialists in the specialty “Technosphere safety”. Special attention is paid to the formation of professional and important qualities in the future and the conduct of early vocational guidance. Discusses the importance of studying the values and motives of the learners.


Adaptive Retransmission Layer for Duty Cycle Wireless Networks

IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2018

In large-scale industrial wireless sensor networks (IWSNs), retransmission strategies are widely adopted to guarantee the reliability of multihop forwarding. However, keeping retransmitting over a lossy link may consecutively fail. Moreover, the retransmission will also be useless over the back-up links that are spatially correlated with the previously failed link. Thus, it is necessary to design a unified retransmission strategy by ...


Fault Tolerance in Highly Reliable Ethernet-Based Industrial Systems

Proceedings of the IEEE, 2019

Many industrial systems have specific requirements derived from the applications they execute. Specifically, the interaction of a distributed embedded control system (DECS) with the real-world imposes strict real-time (RT) and reliability requirements. For a system to be RT, it has to produce a proper result in a bounded time. On top of that, for a system to be reliable, it ...


IEEE Recommended Practice for Energy Conservation and Cost-Effective Planning in Industrial Facilities

IEEE Std 739-1984, 1984

Superseded by IEEE Std 739-1995 This recommended practice serves as an engineering guide for use in electrical design for energy conservation. It provides a standard design practice to assist engineers in evaluating electrical options from an energy standpoint. It establishes engineering techniques and procedures to allow efficiency optimization in the design and operation of an electrical system considering all aspects ...


The Drive to Zero [Technology Leaders]

IEEE Electrification Magazine, 2019

When the Port of Long Beach (POLB) in California adopted the Green Port Policy in 2005, it made a permanent commitment to sustainability and reducing pollution from all sources associated with port-related operations at the complex that sits at the edge of the greater Los Angeles area on the U.S. West Coast. The policy set the stage for aggressive clean ...


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  • Some Issues of Modern Career Guidance

    The paper discusses issues related to the training of specialists in the specialty “Technosphere safety”. Special attention is paid to the formation of professional and important qualities in the future and the conduct of early vocational guidance. Discusses the importance of studying the values and motives of the learners.

  • Adaptive Retransmission Layer for Duty Cycle Wireless Networks

    In large-scale industrial wireless sensor networks (IWSNs), retransmission strategies are widely adopted to guarantee the reliability of multihop forwarding. However, keeping retransmitting over a lossy link may consecutively fail. Moreover, the retransmission will also be useless over the back-up links that are spatially correlated with the previously failed link. Thus, it is necessary to design a unified retransmission strategy by considering both temporal and spatial link properties to further improve data delivery performance in IWSNs. In this paper, we propose RxLayer, a practical and general supporting layer for data retransmission. By using conditional probability models, RxLayer captures the temporal and spatial link properties without inducing noticeable overhead. According to RxLayer, data forwarding protocol could assess the success rate of the next transmission over the currently used link. When the currently used link is seriously degraded, RxLayer will select an optimal back-up link that temporally has the best link quality to retransmit. RxLayer can be transparently integrated with existing data forwarding protocols. The prototype of RxLayer is implemented in TinyOS. We have evaluated its performance on both indoor and outdoor testbeds. Experimental results show that RxLayer can improve data delivery reliability and energy efficiency in various scenarios compared with the state-of-the-art retransmission strategy. On average, data delivery performance is improved by up to 7.96%, and the number of transmissions is reduced by 43.6%.

  • Fault Tolerance in Highly Reliable Ethernet-Based Industrial Systems

    Many industrial systems have specific requirements derived from the applications they execute. Specifically, the interaction of a distributed embedded control system (DECS) with the real-world imposes strict real-time (RT) and reliability requirements. For a system to be RT, it has to produce a proper result in a bounded time. On top of that, for a system to be reliable, it has to operate continuously during its mission time, and in cases in which very high reliability is needed, fault tolerance (FT) techniques are used. Moreover, these systems are often deployed in dynamic environments where the operational conditions may change in an unpredictable manner. Therefore, there is an increasing interest in creating DECSs that are capable of modifying their behavior autonomously and dynamically in response to unexpectedly changing requirements or conditions. In recent years, there is a growing trend toward using Ethernet as the network technology for DECSs. Unfortunately, the original specification of this technology lacks appropriate services to fulfill the most demanding requirements of industrial systems. In this regard, many Ethernet-based protocols and standards have been proposed along the past years to deal with these limitations. In this paper, we survey solutions that have been proposed to achieve FT in Ethernet-based DECSs, considering faults both in their nodes and communication subsystem. In addition, we discuss adaptive FT techniques that can be used to increase the flexibility of adaptive DECS. Finally, we identify future trends and open challenges to build highly reliable DECS in the future.

  • IEEE Recommended Practice for Energy Conservation and Cost-Effective Planning in Industrial Facilities

    Superseded by IEEE Std 739-1995 This recommended practice serves as an engineering guide for use in electrical design for energy conservation. It provides a standard design practice to assist engineers in evaluating electrical options from an energy standpoint. It establishes engineering techniques and procedures to allow efficiency optimization in the design and operation of an electrical system considering all aspects (safety, costs, environment, those occupying the facility, management needs, etc.).

  • The Drive to Zero [Technology Leaders]

    When the Port of Long Beach (POLB) in California adopted the Green Port Policy in 2005, it made a permanent commitment to sustainability and reducing pollution from all sources associated with port-related operations at the complex that sits at the edge of the greater Los Angeles area on the U.S. West Coast. The policy set the stage for aggressive clean air programs, the success of which has led to today's transformational drive toward a zero-emissions port.

  • IEEE Standard for Design and Installation of Cable Systems for Class 1E Circuits in Nuclear Power Generating Stations

    This standard provides direction for the design and installation of safety- related electrical cable systems, including associated circuits, in nuclear power generating stations. Also provided is guidance for the design, installation and performance requirements of those non-safety related cable systems that may affect the function of safety related systems. It provides guidance on applications of cable-penetration, fire stops, cable fire breaks, and cable-system enclosures for cable systems for Class 1E circuits.

  • Benefits of Positioning-Aided Communication Technology in High-Frequency Industrial IoT

    The future of industrial applications is shaped by intelligent moving IoT devices, such as flying drones, advanced factory robots, and connected vehicles, which may operate (semi-)autonomously. In these challenging scenarios, dynamic radio connectivity at high frequencies, augmented with timely positioning-related information, becomes instrumental to improve communication performance and facilitate efficient computation offloading. Our work reviews the main research challenges and reveals open implementation gaps in IIoT applications that rely on location awareness and multi-connectivity in super high and extremely high frequency bands. It further conducts a rigorous numerical investigation to confirm the potential of precise device localization in the emerging IIoT systems. We focus on positioning- aided benefits made available to multi-connectivity IIoT device operation at 28 GHz, which notably improve data transfer rates, communication latency, and the extent of control overhead.

  • Industrial Wireless Systems Guidelines: Practical Considerations and Deployment Life Cycle

    Industrial wireless has great potential to improve the monitoring and control of various processes and equipment in distributed automation systems because of advances in wireless networks and installation flexibility. However, harsh industrial environments and interference from the crowded electromagnetic frequency spectrum make it challenging for wireless to achieve the required performance. Thus, it is important to understand the benefits of wireless in certain industrial settings, the approach for reliable operations, the technologies to be used, and the best practices for successful deployment.

  • IEC/IEEE Draft International Standard - Nuclear Facilities - Instrumentation Important To Safety - Spent Fuel Pool Instrumentation

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  • Cross-process alarm flood similarity analysis based on abstracted alarm descriptors

    A typical industrial facility is usually large-scale, consisting of many processes or units; some of them could be similar in functionalities or identical in architecture. Failures of the same types of equipment may lead to analogous consequential alarms, which usually have different tag names, but the same types. Therefore, if such similar alarm floods across different processes are captured, the results could help discover common root causes of alarm floods in similar processes or units, and may also give general solutions to address these alarm floods. Motivated by such a practical problem, this paper proposes a new method to identify similar alarm floods across different processes or units. This method has three main steps: 1) distill key words from detailed alarm descriptions in the alarm and event (A&E;) log through word preprocessing; 2) reconstruct abstracted alarm descriptors based on key words to generalize alarm representations; 3) conduct cross-process alarm flood similarity analysis through sequence alignment. The effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated by an industrial case study involving real alarm data from a large-scale industrial facility.



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