Introduction to Industrial Control Networks

@article{Galloway2013IntroductionTI,
  title={Introduction to Industrial Control Networks},
  author={B. Galloway and G. Hancke},
  journal={IEEE Communications Surveys \& Tutorials},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={860-880}
}
An industrial control network is a system of interconnected equipment used to monitor and control physical equipment in industrial environments. These networks differ quite significantly from traditional enterprise networks due to the specific requirements of their operation. Despite the functional differences between industrial and enterprise networks, a growing integration between the two has been observed. The technology in use in industrial networks is also beginning to display a greater… Expand
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