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Machine communication at Resato

Kasteel, Sanne van (2018) Machine communication at Resato. Integration Project, Industrial Engineering and Management.


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With the modern technology, many companies use data to predict and anticipate on events. This data has to be transported from one point to another in order to use it. Everything can be connected through the Internet of Things, but the connection is not always easily made due to security in companies, such as a firewall. In order to let the connection run smoothly, methods are developed to bypass the firewall constructions and securely transport the data from one company to another. Resato International BV is a company that develops high pressure and waterjet technology. Resato has machines at customers all over the world but has problems with connecting to those machines. Methods for bypassing the firewall are necessary to allow for an easier connection to these machines. In this research, several methods are evaluated and ranked according to the requirements of Resato. One of the methods is tested to gain insight into the method and provide an example of implementation. This method, STUN, provides the client with an open port and its IP address. From the tests, STUN is capable of communication in most situations. For the cases that STUN is inadequate, the advice for combining methods is given.

Item Type: Thesis (Integration Project)
Supervisor name: Geertsema, A.A. and Bosch, A.J.
Degree programme: Industrial Engineering and Management
Thesis type: Integration Project
Language: English
Date Deposited: 17 Jul 2018
Last Modified: 21 Aug 2019 09:39

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