Authors: P Loganathan , P. B. Swathi, S. Rajathi, I. Mercy, A. Revathi
DOI Link: https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2023.49714
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Industrial IoT Networking is the process of connecting industrial devices and systems to a wireless network for the purpose of remote monitoring, control, and automation. This technology allows for more efficient management of industrial processes and systems, and can greatly reduce costs associated with managing and maintaining industrial operations. By using sensors, controllers, and other intelligent devices, industrial IoT networks can provide real-time data, enabling businesses to make better decisions and improve their operations. This paper outlines the development process of an industrial IoT network, including the selection of communication protocols, device selection and deployment, connectivity requirements, and security considerations. Finally, the paper discusses the potential applications of industrial IoT networks and the challenges associated with their implementation. This concept proposes an Internet of Things (IoT) network to connect and control industrial devices over a wireless network. The proposed IoT network will use a combination of hardware and software components, including sensors, actuators, gateways, and a cloud-based platform to monitor and control the devices. The proposed network will enable industrial devices to be monitored and controlled remotely, eliminating the need for manual control and allowing for greater flexibility and scalability. Additionally, the proposed network will provide real-time data and analytics to optimize the performance of the connected industrial devices. The proposed network will be secure and reliable, ensuring that all data is protected and accessible only by authorized personnel.
Industrial IoT networking is an emerging technology that enables industrial devices to be connected and controlled wirelessly over a network. by leveraging the power of IoT, industrial operators can leverage the advantages of automation, remote monitoring and analytics to increase productivity and reduce costs. The industrial IoT networking technology allows for a secure and reliable connection between devices, ensuring data integrity and secure transmission. The Internet of Things (IoT) is an emerging field with the potential to revolutionize the way factories and other industrial plants are managed. By connecting industrial devices to a wireless network, IoT provides the opportunity to monitor, control, and analyze the performance of machines, systems and processes in real-time. This technology promises to streamline operations, improve safety, enhance efficiency and productivity of industrial plants, and reduce costs. Developing an IoT network to connect and control industrial devices over a wireless network is therefore a highly attractive option for many businesses.
The development of an IoT network to connect and control industrial devices over a wireless network involves several steps. Firstly, the network must be designed and deployed. This involves selecting the right hardware and software components such as routers, switches, gateway devices, and sensors. The network must also be secured using encryption and authentication protocols to prevent malicious access. Secondly, the network must be configured to allow for the communication between devices. This requires the selection of the right communication protocols, such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and the deployment of the necessary infrastructure. Thirdly, the devices must be connected and the application must be developed to enable the control and monitoring of the devices. This typically involves the integration of the application with the devices, and the development of the user interface.
Once the network is set up and the application is developed, the system can be tested and deployed. This involves testing the network and the application to ensure proper connectivity and communication between the devices and the application. Additionally, the system must be monitored and maintained to ensure that it remains secure and functioning properly.
Developing an IoT network to connect and control industrial devices over a wireless network is an exciting and potentially rewarding endeavor. By leveraging the power of IoT, businesses can reduce costs, improve safety and efficiency, and open up new ways of working.
1. Phase 1: Establishing Requirements
The first step in developing an IoT network for industrial devices is to establish the requirements for the network. This should include the number of devices that are to be connected, the type of data that will be transmitted, the necessary bandwidth, and any potential security concerns. Additionally, this step should consider the physical layout of the network, such as the distance between the devices and the ability to access them from remote locations.
2. Phase 2: Evaluating Existing Infrastructure
The next step is to evaluate the existing infrastructure. This includes assessing the current network infrastructure, the existing wireless network, and the types of devices that will be connected. This evaluation is necessary to ensure that the current infrastructure is suitable for the IoT network.
3. Phase 3: Designing the Network
Once the requirements and existing infrastructure have been established, the next step is to design the network. This includes choosing the type of network, the hardware and software, and the protocols that will be used. Additionally, this step should include the selection of any necessary security measures.
4. Phase 4: Deployment
Once the network has been designed and the necessary hardware and software have been obtained, the next step is to deploy the network. This includes configuring the network, connecting the devices, and testing the network to ensure that it meets the requirements.
5. Phase 5: Maintenance
Finally, once the network has been deployed, the last step is to ensure that the network is maintained. This includes keeping the software and hardware up-to-date, monitoring the network for any security threats, and troubleshooting any issues that may arise.
III. DATA COLLECTION SOURCE
IV. DATA ANALYSIS
A. IoT Network Infrastructure
The first step in developing an IoT network to connect and control industrial devices is to determine the IoT network infrastructure that is needed. This includes hardware such as routers, switches, and access points. It may also include software such as a cloud-based platform, analytics software, and other applications.
B. Connection Protocols
The next step is to determine the connection protocols that will be used for the network. This includes determining the type of network (e.g., wired or wireless) and the specific technology (e.g., Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or Zigbee) that will be used.
It is also important to consider security when developing an IoT network. This includes selecting the appropriate authentication protocols and encryption methods to ensure that the data is secure and private.
D. Device Management
The next step is to develop a device management system that will allow for the monitoring and control of the devices connected to the network. This includes features such as remote access, scheduling, and alerting.
Finally, it is important to develop an analytics platform to analyze the data collected from the network. This includes the ability to track device usage, performance, and other metrics.
V. ALGORITHUM DEVELOPMENT
We would like to thank the following people for their contributions to the development of this concept:
We would also like to acknowledge the efforts of the engineers and technicians who have worked hard to develop the technology and make it available to the public.
The development of an IoT network to connect and control industrial devices over a wireless network has the potential to revolutionize the way industries operate. With access to real-time data, predictive analytics, and automated processes, industrial operations can become more efficient, reliable, and cost-effective. The implementation of such a system can provide industry with the increased flexibility and scalability necessary to stay competitive in a rapidly changing environment. While there are still many security, data privacy, and infrastructure concerns to address before such a system can be deployed, the potential benefits far outweigh the risks.
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Paper Id : IJRASET49714
Publish Date : 2023-03-21
ISSN : 2321-9653
Publisher Name : IJRASET
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