This is a book written by leading experts in the fields of cyber-physical systems (CPS) and wireless sensor networks (WSN). This book describes how wireless sensor networking technologies can help in establishing and maintaining seamless communications between the physical and cyber systems to enable efficient, secure, reliable acquisition, management, and routing of data.
Topics covered include: an introduction to WSN and CPS; integration issues and challenges between WSN and CPS; enabling CPS design architectures with WSN technologies; cyber security in CPS; data management in CPS with WSN; routing in WSN for CPS; resource management in CPS; mobile sensors in CPS; intelligent WSN in CPS; resilient WSN for CPS; case studies of integrated WSN and CPS; and medical CPS. All chapters of the book have been rigorously peer-reviewed. Cyber-Physical System Design with Sensor Networking Technologies is essential reading for researchers, advanced students and developers working in the areas of cyber-physical systems and sensor networks.
- Chapter 2: Cyber-physical systems: basics and fundamentals
- Chapter 3: Integrating wireless sensor networks and cyber-physical systems: challenges and opportunities
- Chapter 4: Enabling cyber-physical systems architectural design with wireless sensor network technologies
- Chapter 5: Cyber security in cyber-physical systems: on false data injection attacks in the smart grid
- Chapter 6: Data management in cyber-physical systems with wireless sensor networks
- Chapter 7: Routing in wireless sensor networks for cyber-physical systems
- Chapter 8: Resource management in cyber-physical systems
- Chapter 9: Mobile sensors in wireless sensor network cyber-physical systems
- Chapter 10: Intelligent wireless sensor networks (iWSNs) in cyber-physical systems
- Chapter 11: Resilient wireless sensor networks for cyber-physical systems
- Chapter 12: Case studies of WSN-CPS applications
- Chapter 13: Medical cyber-physical systems
University of Kentucky, USA.
Sherali Zeadally is an Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky. He has co-authored/co-edited several books and he is the Editor-in-Chief of IET Wireless Sensor Systems. He also currently serves on the editorial boards of several peer-reviewed international journals. He is the recipient of several outstanding research, teaching, and service awards and prestigious fellowships.Nafaâ Jabeur Assistant Professor.
German University of Technology, Oman.
Nafaâ Jabeur is an Assistant Professor at the German University of Technology in Oman. His research interests include Wireless Sensor Networks, Multi-agent systems, Geographic Information Systems, and Social Networks. He is the author of a book on intelligent web and mobile cartographic map generation, has contributed chapters to several books in this area, and authored several refereed papers.