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Secure Two-Way Transfer of Measurement Data

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Secure Two-Way Transfer of Measurement Data
We introduce a measurement system architecture, which has three main qualities: secure two-way transfer of measurement data, quick adaptability to different kinds of measurement tasks and strong data presentation capabilities through XML techniques. In the architecture, we take advantage of well-tried technologies, like a commonly used visual programming language that offers predefined and adaptive measuring tools for managing measurement devices and tasks. XML is a widely adopted standard for a flexible text format and data exchange. It brings along a vast selection of ready made facilities for processing and transforming the content into any format desired. We also propose a secure environment into the architecture, which can be accessed on demand using a wide range of terminal devices.
Marko Hassinen, Maija Marttila-Kontio, Mikko Saesm
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ITNG
Authors Marko Hassinen, Maija Marttila-Kontio, Mikko Saesmaa, Heli Tervo
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