Special Issue Article
ULAAAS: Unified Local Automation as-a Service using Web Service Architecture
|Suresh S1, Mrs. L. Sheela M.E (PhD)2
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Automation has become more important in many of the application like plant monitoring, home automation, and sensor and actuator integration. Presently automation vendors like ABB, LANCIER, CA, provide tools for these applications are efficient for the large scale automation. In this project we address local automation problem, due to different controllers and tools where there is no integration schema. Each of the local users is in need of web address for controlling the device remotely. Commercial web server modules are available which need the hosting or can be accessed through the IP address. Different product development leads to lack of web standardization. To give an elucidation to this inconvenience a unified monitoring approach is introduced in this scheme. It uses interoperable web service for all users to afford an open source web service with personalized GUI. Security policy and Base-station-level system integration are of prime concern. The web service run different services namely, Database service, User management service, Unified Display service, Configuration service, Web admin service. The access definition of each service is modeled by Unified Modeling Language (UML).