Real time TCP/IP control of modular production systems with FPGAS

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A. Castillo-Atoche
J. Vázquez-Castillo
V. Sánchez-Huerta

Abstract

The Modular Production System (MPS) can be used to reproduce nearly any function in complex manufacturing processes. In this work a different way of real time TCP/IP control of three different MPS controlled by embedded processors inside a FPGA is proposed. The digital design with FPGA is particularly advantageous due to its parallel processing made possible by its flexible structure, high integration and velocity. The TCP/IP control is carried out with a Rabbit Core microprocessor. This device contains the functions required to implement a web server allowing the remote control of the MPS. A user enters a public IP direction on a designed web page to enable/disable each independent manufacturing process.

 

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Castillo-Atoche, A., Vázquez-Castillo, J., & Sánchez-Huerta, V. (2007). Real time TCP/IP control of modular production systems with FPGAS. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 5(01). https://doi.org/10.22201/icat.16656423.2007.5.01.535