November 21, 2018

How to evaluate abstraction models for 5G mobile networks integration into industrial networks

  • Arne Neumann
  • Gajic B.
  • Lukasz Wisniewski
  • Mannweiler C.
  • Rost P.
  • Sivasivaganesan R.
  • Torsten Musiol

The fifth generation of mobile networks (5G) will provide capabilities for its utilization in the communication in production systems. For several technical and commercial reasons, complementing industrial wired and wireless communication technology by 5G is more likely than replacing them completely [WSJ17]. This paper sketches abstraction models of 5G networks for their integration into industrial networks. Dependabilities from the type of the industrial network, constraints of the models and the impact of the resulting architecture to data plane and control plane of the overall hybrid network will be discussed. In addition,metrics for the evaluation of the modeling approaches from an end-to-end user application perspective will be figured out.

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