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Cyber-physical systems challenges: a needs analysis for collaborating embedded software systems

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Cyber-physical systems challenges: a needs analysis for collaborating embedded software systems
Embedding computing power in a physical environment has provided the functional flexibility and performance necessary in modern products such as automobiles, aircraft, smartphones, and more. As product features came to increasingly rely on software, a network infrastructure helped factor out common hardware and offered sharing functionality for further innovation. A logical consequence was the need for system integration. Even in the case of a single original end manufacturer who is responsible for the final product, system integration is quite a challenge. More recently, there have been systems coming online that must perform system integration even after deployment—that is, during operation. This has given rise to the cyber-physical systems (CPS) paradigm. In this paper, select key enablers for a new type of system integration are discussed. The needs and challenges for designing and operating CPS are identified along with corresponding technologies to address the challenges an...
Pieter J. Mosterman, Justyna Zander
Added 10 Apr 2016
Updated 10 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where SOSYM
Authors Pieter J. Mosterman, Justyna Zander
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