Bjoern Czybik

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Wireless technologies are increasingly deployed in factory automation systems. They enable completely new application scenarios. Especially, IEEE 802.11 systems are of a high interest, due to their similarities to existing realtime Ethernet networks. However, existing implementations are only offering prioritization of frames and are lacking to meet certain(More)
According to the vision of the Internet of Things the seamless and flexible networking of everyday objects will become an important field of application for Internet-based communication. The simple integration of these devices into a communication system often requires wireless technologies, especially when there is no wired infrastructure available.(More)
Industrial automation systems become more and more open for vertical integration using standardized information technology from the office world and access to the field level via Internet (Internet of Things and Industry 4.0). To protect such open automation systems there is a growing demand for the availability of suitable security features. However,(More)
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