Decentralized fault-tolerant control of inland navigation networks: a challenge
European Workshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis (ACD)
Inland waterways are large-scale networks used principally for navigation. Even if the transport planning is an important issue, the water resource management is a crucial point. Indeed, navigation is not possible when there is too little or too much water inside the waterways. Hence, the water resource management of waterways has to be particularly efficient in a context of climate change and increase of water demand. This management has to be done by considering different time and space scales and still requires the development of new methodologies and tools in the topics of the Control and Informatics communities. This work addresses the problem of waterways management in terms of modeling, control, diagnosis and fault-tolerant control by focusing in the inland waterways of the north of France. A review of proposed tools and the ongoing research topics are provided in this paper.
Inland Navigation Networks, Fault Tolerant Control
P. Segovia, L. Rajaoarisoa, F. Nejjari, J. Blesa, V. Puig and E. Duviella. Decentralized fault-tolerant control of inland navigation networks: a challenge, 13th European Workshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis, 2016, Lille, Vol 783 of Journal of Physics: Conference Series, pp. 012018, 2017.