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Advances in Production Engineering & Management
Volume 15 | Number 1 | March 2020 | pp 107–117
Communication and validation of metrological smart data in IoT-networks
Ačko, B.; Weber, H.; Hutzschenreuter, D.; Smith, I.
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A B S T R A C T
An Internet of Things-network (IoT- network) allows for the communication of data both within the network and to data hubs. However, the usefulness of the data depends on its ability to be interpreted correctly. For metrology data, effective use of the data is only possible if the numerical value, associated unit and uncertainty, expressed in a standard format, are also available. In order to develop, provide and distribute a formal framework for the transmission of metrology data on the basis of the International System of Units, European project EMPIR 17IND02 SmartCom was agreed between the European Commission and the European Association of National Metrology Institutes (Euramet). The SmartCom project aims to provide the methodological and technical foundation for the unambiguous, universal, safe and uniform communication of metrological smart data in the IoT and Industry 4.0. The project will increase the industrial capabilities and the provision of regulations for data exchange in the IoT. It will also assist countries within the European Union (EU) and those with an association agreement with the EU in developing products that are able to communicate in IoT environments worldwide. In addition to describing the general ideas and aims of the project, this article presents the research results achieved in the first midterm period.
A R T I C L E I N F O
Keywords • Metrology; Measurement metadata; Information and communication technology (ICT); Smart Data; Data communication; IoT-communication; IoT-networking; Digital calibration certificate
Corresponding author • Ačko, B.
Article history • Received 27 December 2019, Revised 26 March 2020, Accepted 28 March 2020
Published on-line • 31 March 2020
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