Soft-Commissioning: Hardware-in-the-loop-based verification of controller software

Harald Schludermann, Thomas Kirchmair, Markus Vorderwinkler

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Abstract

The basic idea of Soft-Commissioning (SoftCom) is to test industrial control software by connecting a controller, e. g. a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) to a commercial discrete event simulator (DES), which provides system reactions and sensor signals similar to the behavior of real hardware, e. g. an industrial manufacturing line. In order to establish a connection between simulator and PLC, a modular architecture was developed. The basis of this modular system is a communication protocol common to all members. The two basic modules are the I/O Devices Driver (IODD), which is used to interface between the I/O hardware and the SoftCom protocol, and the Simulator to real World Interface (SWI). The SWI is used to link the simulator to the SoftCom system.

OriginalspracheEnglisch
Seiten (von - bis)893-899
Seitenumfang7
FachzeitschriftWinter Simulation Conference Proceedings
Jahrgang1
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2000
Veranstaltung2000 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings - Orlando, FL,USA
Dauer: 10 Dez 200013 Dez 2000

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