On the Design and Control of Wireless Networked Embedded Systems
Wireless networked embedded systems are becoming increasingly important in a wide area of technical fields. In this paper, the authors present recent results on the design of these systems and their use in control applications that have been developed within the project Reconfigurable Ubiquitous Networked Embedded Systems (RUNES). A RUNE is a European Integrated Project with the aim to control complexity in networked embedded systems by developing robust and scalable middleware systems. New components for control under varying network conditions are discussed for the RUNES architecture.