Industrial cyber-physical systems (CPSs) are large scale,geographically dispersed and life-critical systems, in which lots of sensors and actuators are embedded and networked together to facilitate real-time monitoring and closed-loop control.Their intrinsic features in geographic space and resources put forward to urgent requirements of reliability and scalability for designed filtering or control schemes. This paper presents are view of the state-of-the-art of distributed filtering and control of industrial CPSs described by differential dynamics models.Special attention is paid to sensor networks, manipulators and power systems. For real-time monitoring, some typical Kalman based distributed algorithms are summarized and their performances on calculation burden, communication burden as well asscalability are discussed in depth. Then, the characteristics ofnon-Kalman cases are further disclosed in light of constructedfilter structures. Furthermore, the latest development is surveyed for distributed cooperative control of mobile manipulators and distributed model predictive control in industrial automation systems. By resorting to droop characteristics, representative distributed control strategies classified by controller structures are systematically summarized for power systems with the requirements of power sharing, and voltage and frequency regulation.In addition, distributed security control of industrial CPSs is reviewed when cyber-attacks are taken into consideration.Finally, some challenges are raised to guide the future research.
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