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Reliable transport systems, defense, public safety and quality assurance in the Industry 4.0 are essential in a modern society. In a mission-critical scenario, a mission failure would jeopardize human lives and put at risk some other assets whose impairment or loss would significantly harm society or business results. Even small degradations of the communications supporting the mission could have large and possibly dire consequences. On the one hand, mission-critical organizations wish to utilize the most modern, disruptive and innovative communication systems and technologies, and yet, on the other hand, need to comply with strict requirements, which are very different to those of non critical scenarios. The aim of this thesis is to assess the feasibility ... toggle 31 keywords

transportation defense public safety industry 4.0 RFID wi-fi LTE wimax internet of things (iot) cyber-physical systems (cps) industrial iot 4G 5G GSM-R railways shipyard 4.0 wireless communications mission-critical networks critical infrastructure security trust management cloud and computing WSN localization tracking indoor positioning RSS MIMO SIMO multi-antenna techniques kalman filter


Fraga-Lamas, Paula
University of A Coruña
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Sept. 13, 2017

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