June 7, 2016
arcona MO.HOTEL Hauptstr. 26 70563 Stuttgart, Germany
10:00am – 04:00pm
The Road2CPS consortium is pleased to invite to its Visionary CPS Scenario Roadmapping workshop on 7th June, 2016 in Stuttgart.
The workshop will focus on the generation of visionary scenarios and future needs for cyber-physical system (CPS) applications. CPS experts from industry and academia will come together to discuss and elaborate on impact an uncertainties for major trends, drivers, and technologies in CPS. Based on this, future scenarios for CPS applications in different domains like manufacturing, health, energy, transport and smart cities will be established and used for the identification of future research needs.
The Road2CPS project is a 24-months coordination and support action, co-funded under the European Union’s H2020 Research and Innovation Programme in the area of Smart Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). The project aims to carry out strategic action for future CPS through roadmaps, impact multiplications and constituency building. Road2CPS is coordinated by Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum and supported by six other partners (Loughborough University, Newcastle University, CEA, Fraunhofer IPA, AnySolution and ATOS Spain) from 4 European countries.
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) find their application in many highly relevant areas to our society: multi-modal transport, health, smart factories, smart grids, and smart cities among others. The inherent complexity of CPSs (and related complexity management), as well as the need to meet optimized performance and comply with essential requirements like safety, privacy, security, raises many questions that are already beginning to be explored by the research community.
Road2CPS aims at accelerating uptake and implementation of these efforts. The project will not only build a constituency united by the commonly faced challenges but will also create a joint action plan for the future development of CPSs, with dedicated task forces to further detail and implement the findings from impact analysis and foresight activities.
For further questions and registration, please contact Ursula Rauschecker: firstname.lastname@example.org