The development of concepts and key ideas for design of integrated modular architectures for critical infrastructure application has started in early 1980s, with defense and aerospace applications. The objective was to integrate many functions on less hardware and reduce the complexity and system lifecycle costs of critical infrastructure, while ensuring high availability, safety and security for integrated control/protection functions.
Ethernet networks, as a system integration technology of choice, influence the system integration capabilities and system architectures, and enable design of more efficient systems.
Please join our webinar on "Deterministic Ethernet & Highly Available Architectures for Critical Infrastructure Applications".
- Deterministic Ethernet in Substation Automation
- Capabilities for time-sensitive (rate-constrained) and time-critical (synchronous) communication in Ethernet networks
- Integrated Architectures: Key Concepts and Evolution
- Platform perspective: Complexity and network Capabilities
- Impact on system complexity, design, verification and maintenance
- IEC61850 Context
- Highly Available Architectures Built from Functionally Safe Components
- Redundancy vs. Fault-Tolerance vs High-Availability?
- Fail-Safe vs Fail-Operational
- Embedded Platforms for Deterministic and Highly Available Architectures
(NOTE: you will receive webex access links per email 3-4 hours before webcast!!!)Deterministic Ethernet & Highly Available Architectures for Critical Infrastructure Applications
Friday, Jan 31, 2014
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm (Central Time (Berlin) - EUROPE)
10:00 am – 11:30 pm (Eastern Time (New York) - USA)