Smart sensors are a compelling addition to large-scale data acquisition networks due to the large number of issues they successfully address. For example, smart sensors simplify and speed installation configuration due to the basic information stored in their on-board TEDS that would otherwise need to be manually input to the data acquisition system. An emerging challenge is the development of smart systems, which rely on smart sensors to provide new levels of reliability. This paper reports on our on-going efforts to apply smart sensors to a rocket test facility. Key to our approach is the hierarchical organization of the intelligent rocket test facility as a system of three fundamental layers: system(s), processes, and smart sensors.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the ISA/IEEE Sensors for Industry Conference|
|Subtitle of host publication||The Development and Use of Sensors and Transducers, from Theory to the Application of New Technology, SIcon/04|
|Number of pages||5|
|State||Published - May 4 2004|
|Event||Proceedings of the ISA/IEEE Sensors for Industry Conference: the Development and usa of Sensors and Transducers, form Theory to the Application of New Technology, SIcon/04 - New Orleans, LA, United States|
Duration: Jan 27 2004 → Jan 29 2004
|Name||Proceedings of the ISA/IEEE Sensors for Industry Conference|
|Other||Proceedings of the ISA/IEEE Sensors for Industry Conference: the Development and usa of Sensors and Transducers, form Theory to the Application of New Technology, SIcon/04|
|City||New Orleans, LA|
|Period||1/27/04 → 1/29/04|
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