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Smart Anything Everywhere

Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering Labs is part of the Smart Anything Everywhere initiative.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 644400.

CPSE Labs Academy


The CPSE Labs Academy provides a collection of training materials to aid the use of our platforms.

Training Materials

Design Tools for Building Energy Systems

Tools developed by the CPSBuDi project aid the design of control systems in buildings, particularly energy-related control systems such as HVAC (heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems). The proposed tools combine domain specific modeling and simulation tools of the building domain such as BIM (Building Information Model) and EnergyPlus with tools specific for designing control and cyber-physical systems such as Crescendo and Overture. The tools are explained and demonstrated in a collection of online resources.

Designing for Digital Transformation

A series of presentations by digitisation experts, researchers and policy-makers from across Europe to share insights on challenges and opportunities in the digital transformation of industry, with a focus on industrial automation and automotive. This event was jointly organised by CPSE Labs and the Platforms4CPS project project.


Modelling and Design for Smart Systems

CPSE Labs presented a series of short courses on tools and techniques for designing smart cyber-physical systems.


OSMOSIS: Open-Source Material fOr Safety assessment of Intelligent Systems

OSMOSIS is a showcase freely inspired from a maintenance robot studied in the SafeAM and 4MOB-AIRMAN experiments. It demonstrates a set of technologies for the development of safe autonomous robots. The available documentation and code can be used for practical training sessions on these technologies. More generally, OSMOSIS can serve as a basis for demonstrating other technologies on the same use case, or for proposing hands-on projects in the classroom. Students may experience the implementation and assessment of a robot controller, based on the specification of the use case, a proposed functional architecture, a set of core robotic libraries and a robot simulator provided to them.

Software and System Engineering for Cyber-Physical Systems

CPSE Labs, SysML France and the GDR GPL co-hosted a one-day workshop on software and system engineering for Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) in January 2016. This workshop was offered as a Satellite Event of the Embedded Real Time Software And Systems (ERTS) Congress 2016.


Using the 4DIAC Platform

Documentation, tutorials, and examples of how to use the 4DIAC platform are available online.