5G networks will deploy many new network services such as ultra-reliable low latency (uRLLC), massive Machine-type communications (mMTC), enhance Mobile Broadband (eMBB) and provide support for massive IoT (mIoT). These in turns will significantly impact how industrial networks are deployed, managed and operated. Industrial networks have evolved from serial bus towards more complex systems, and are converging towards IT. These are networks with specific protocols, constraints and requirements. Currently, the main protocols are EtherNet/IP, Profinet, EtherCAT, Powerlink, Modbus-TCP and others. However, wireless industrial networks are becoming more and more deployed, growing 30% year on year over the last few years. This evolution will only accelerate when 5G will be deployed. Industrial networks have stringent requirements in scale, delays, security and amount of bandwidth. We aim to explore how such diverse and wide range of applications can collectively bring new ideas and research in industrial networks & inter-networking technologies in protocols, architectures, security, and algorithms. This workshop aims to look at a set of problems from the key aspects mentioned above: new services, new routing and addressing methods, new infrastructures, new security mechanisms, mechanisms for scaling massive IoT networks, mechanisms for resiliency, and other aspects of large-scale industrial networks.
- Paper submission deadline: January 20, 2021
- Notification of acceptance: February 20, 2021
- Camera-ready papers: March 1, 2021
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