National Instruments Case Studies Time Sensitive Networking

Time Sensitive Networking

National Instruments
Time Sensitive Networking
Equipment & Machinery
Discrete Manufacturing
Process Control & Optimization

For industrial applications such as process and machine control to run smoothly, there is a need to ensure that there is low communication latency and minimal jitter in order to meet closed loop control requirements.

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Customers are mainly production and manufacturing engineering companies whose manufacturing processes involve a lot of machinery. In addition, a number of industrial suppliers are now working to support TSN functionality in their operations.

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Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of new capabilities being added to the IEEE Ethernet standards. TSN ensures that end nodes and switches have a common understanding of time and there is tighter time synchronization in these systems. TSN also ensures that packet transmission from a sender to a receiver is scheduled end to end and follows a repeating cycle. A consistent mechanism for network configuration also helps meet application needs.

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Control System Alert, Latency, Operating Time
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Emerging (technology has been on the market for > 2 years)
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