CPSE-Labs, SysML France and the GDR GPL invite you to attend a free one-day workshop on software and system engineering for Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). This workshop gathers representatives of academia and industries interested in rigorous design of CPS. It aims to clarify the current technical challenges and solutions as well as promoting opportunities for the national and European collaboration offered by the co-organizing entities.>
CPSs are systems that link the physical world (e.g., through sensors or actuators) with the virtual world of information processing. They are composed from diverse constituent parts that collaborate together to create some global behaviour. These constituents will include software systems, communications technology, and sensors/actuators that interact with the real world, often including embedded technologies.
CPSs have been identified as the core enabling and disruptive technology for securing economic leadership in embedded systems/ICT, with enormous social and economic importance. CPSs can make decisive contributions to societal challenges such as coping with an ageing population, addressing climate change, improving issues of health and public safety, supporting the switch renewable energy, planning for megacities and tackling limited resources, sustainability, globalisation, and mobility.
In this context, this workshop will present:
Participation in the workshop is free of charge, but registration is mandatory. Register here. Registration deadline is 20th January.
This workshop is offered as a Satellite Event of the Embedded Real Time Software And Systems (ERTS) Congress 2016.
Time: 08:30-17:00, Tuesday January 26th 2016
Place: I.R.I.T, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
Attendance is free but registration is necessary.
For questions about the event or problems with registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org