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Current trends in the development of industrial applications enforce the use of wireless networks to communicate the system nodes mainly to increase flexibility and reliability of these applications and to reduce the implementation cost. However, in control applications, as consequence of the latency and jitter generated by the network, not always the results achieved by the experimental results and desired performance are coherent. This is due to the imprecise models for system analysis and design used and the non appropriated validation methods and platforms to support these models. Therefore this paper presents a method to achieve an optimal system configuration in order to fulfil the desired performance in control applications with a significant energy saving and minimum delay.
Date of Conference: 13-16 Sept. 2010