Lisa Maile: Reliable Real-Time Communication in TSN

Reliable Real-Time Communication in Time-Sensitive Networking with Static and Dynamic Network Traffic
  • When Jul 03, 2024 from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM (Europe/Berlin / UTC200)
  • Where R 460
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Safety-critical tasks in today's world depend on networks that must avoid information loss or unexpected delays. The growing demand for robust and responsive networks has led to the emergence of Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), which provides deterministic data transmission for real-time communications. However, TSN lacks flow allocation and device configuration algorithms that are essential for real-time operation.

This presentation addresses these gaps by detailing design aspects for reliable real-time communication, integrating both static and dynamic traffic. It evaluates current TSN standards and proposes scalable solutions for safety-critical real-time communication. Using worst-case delay analysis using Network Calculus, the solutions cover and address multiple design aspects, from flow prioritization to bandwidth reservation, thereby focusing on reservation-independent deadline guarantees for highly dynamic scenarios.