By offering funding and support to businesses across Europe, CPSE Labs have helped to innovate many aspects of cyber-physical systems design. Here you can read abut each of our success stories, and the impact of successful CPSE Labs experiments. For a full list of experiements including those still ongoing, see our funded projects page.
This experiment targets innovative approaches of realizing safe autonomous CPS, with a focus on mobile ground robot applications. The experiment provides an assessment of the applicability of a number of methods and tools proposed by the French CPSE Labs Design Centre for the safety analysis, the architectural design and validation of such robotic systems. A subset of these techniques has been successfully applied in the aeronautics domain and the experiment shall assess their applicability to the robotic field. Other techniques are dedicated to autonomous robotic systems and their application to a new use case should help to increase their maturity.
This experiment is supported by our France design centre.
The TEMPO experiment tackles the problem of disconnected traffic management systems by providing collaborative and distributed control architectures that engage with each other in automated negotiation processes. Negotiations are based on policies, which help reach agreement on which control measures are beneficial for the system as whole, improving overall network performance. TEMPO uses the open source Overture technology as a basis for this work.
This experiment is supported by our UK design centre.
This experiment aims to bridge technology gaps currently present in the Maritime Cloud, a common open source and platform-neutral communications interface linking a broad range of service providers in the maritime domain. MC PORTAL provides a simplified web-based portal for managing users, ships, devices and systems and their authentication and authorization information, as well as managing the lifecycle of service specifications from incubation to retirement, and enabling registration of service instance and means for locating them by end users.
This experiment is supported by our Germany North design centre.