An ‘on-demand’ Data Communication Architecture for Supplying Multiple Applications from a Single Data Source: An Industrial Application Case Study

Azolibe, I. and McGookin, E. (2015) An ‘on-demand’ Data Communication Architecture for Supplying Multiple Applications from a Single Data Source: An Industrial Application Case Study. In: 7th EVI-GTI International Gas Turbine Instrumentation Conference, London, UK, 3-5 Nov 2015,

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Abstract

A key aspect of automation is the manipulation of feedback sensor data for the automated control of particular process actuators. Often in practice this data can be reused for other applications, such as the live update of a graphical user interface, a fault detection application or a business intelligence process performance engine in real-time. In order for this data to be reused effectively, appropriate data communication architecture must be utilised to provide such functionality. This architecture must accommodate the dependencies of the system and sustain the required data transmission speed to ensure stability and data integrity. Such an architecture is presented in this paper, which shows how the data needs of multiple applications are satisfied from a single source of data. It shows how the flexibility of this architecture enables the integration of additional data sources as the data dependencies grow. This research is based on the development of a fully integrated automation system for the test of fuel controls used on civil transport aircraft engines.

Item Type:Conference Proceedings
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Azolibe, Mr Ifeanyi and McGookin, Dr Euan
Authors: Azolibe, I., and McGookin, E.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering > Aerospace Sciences
Copyright Holders:Copyright © 2015 IET
Publisher Policy:Reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher.
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