Track 2 – Industrial Communication Technologies and Systems

Track Program Committee

► Niels Aakvaag, SINTEF Digital, Norway
► Michele Albano, CISTER/ISEP, Portugal
► Manuel Barranco, DMI/UIB, Spain
► Gianluca Cena, CNR-IEIIT, Italy
► Manuel Cheminod, CNR-IEIIT , Italy
► Ramez Daoud, Univ. in Cairo, Egypt
► Jerker Delsing, LTU, Sweden
► Joaquim Ferreira, UA/IT, Portugal
► Svetlana Girs, Mälardalen University, Sweden
► Wolfgang Kastner, TU Wien, Austria
► Uwe Meier, OWL University, Germany
► Carlos Montez, PGEAS/UFSC, Brazil
► Federico Pérez, DISA-EIBUPV/EHU, Spain
► Paulo Pedreiras, UA/IT, Portugal
► Paulo Portugal, FEUP, Portugal
► Amund Skavhaug, NTNU, Norway
► Wilfried Steiner, TTECH, Austria
► Eduardo Tovar, CISTER/ISEP, Portugal
► Henning Trsek, rt-solutions, Germany
► Marisol Garcia Vall, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
► Pál Varga, BME, Hungary
► Martin Wollschlaeger, TU Dresden, Germany
► Claudio Zunino, CNR-IEIIT, Italy
► Mohamed Khalgui, Univ. Carthage, Tunisia
► Mikael Gidlund, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
► Gaetano Patti, Univ. Catania, Italy
► Andreas Willig, Univ. of Canterbury, New Zealand
► Stefano Scanzio, CNR-IEIIT, Italy
► Dong-Seong Kim, Kumoh National Inst. of Tech, Korea
► Hans Hansson, Mälardalen University, Sweden

Track co-chairs

Luis Lino Ferreira
ISEP, Porto, Portugal
Jürgen Jasperneite
Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany

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Focus: The focus of the Track on Industrial Communication Technologies and Systems is on industrial communication technologies, including modeling, analysis, and synthesis of provably correct systems, as well as characterization of application requirements, implementations, performance evaluation, validation, and case studies. Original contributions in these areas are solicited.


  • Industrial networks
  • Industrial domain specific networks
  • IP-based and web-based industrial communications
  • Integration and interoperability of automation networks
  • Middleware for industrial communications and decentralized control
  • Software Defined Networks and cognitive radio networks
  • Wireless instrumentation and wireless sensor networks
  • Mesh, relay, and multi-hop industrial networks
  • Wireless coexistence, spectrum-sharing and radio resource management in industrial environments
  • Information security and functional safety in industrial communications. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
  • Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications
  • Communication technologies for Industry 4.0.
  • Remote configuration and network management
  • Real-time communication and precise synchronization
  • Event-driven and time-triggered communications
  • Message schedulability analysis
  • Quality of Service (QoS) and performance indexes

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