Eric Rotvold

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Wireless applications in process automation started in areas where wireless sensors provide rich process information to the automation systems. Shortly after WirelessHART became the international standard, both ISA100.11a and WirelessHART claimed that their respective wireless technology could be applied to control as well. Although both standards provide(More)
Real-time wireless sensor and actuator networks (WSANs) have experienced widespread adoption across many industries due to their great advantages of enhanced mobility, easier deployment as well as reduced configuration and maintenance costs. To compensate for the dynamic and unpredictable nature of wireless networks, extensive research efforts have been(More)
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