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Farewell and Welcome

The CPSoS Project has successfully ended on June 30, 2016.

The CPSoS Consortium thanks you for your interest in and support to this project and the work it has provided! Remember that all the outcomes can be found on this website, such as the Proposal of a European Research and Innovation Agenda on Cyber-physical Systems of Systems  – 2016-2025 and all the public project deliverables, can be found on this website.

Please also note that the H2020 funded EU Project “PICASSO – ICT Policy, Research and Innovation for a Smart Society: towards new avenues in EU-US ICT collaboration” is continuing the work within its IoT/CPS Expert Group, chaired by Prof. Dr. Sebastian Engell (Coordinator of the CPSoS Project).

We therefore encourage you to check out the PICASSO Project website and to subscribe to the PICASSO mailing list, and thus make sure to remain informed on further advancements!!

Road2CPS project organises a Workshop on 11th Oct. 2016

The Road2CPS Project is organising an Workshop “Digitizing European Business and Society: Paving the Way towards Smart Destinations and Sustainable Tourism” on 11 October 2016 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

The all-day event will align the challenges faced by cities and regions whose economy and management largely relies on tourism and the opportunities that CPS and IoT technologies represent to achieve more sustainability and resilience. CPS experts as well as end-users and businesses ranging from start-ups to large enterprises are invited to participate and contribute to discussions on visionary scenarios, disruptive innovations and their impacts on the business ecosystem.

Check out for more information on the Road2CPS events webpage!

Fourth and final Newsletter of the European Systems of Systems Research Cluster published

The fourth and final issue  of the FP7 Cluster Projects’ Newsletter, June 2016, has been published!

Check out the latest information about past, ongoing and upcoming activities of the SoS cluster here.

Proposal of a European Research and Innovation Agenda on Cyber-physical Systems of Systems – 2016-2025

CPSoS Roadmap coverThe CPSoS project has issued a brochure “Proposal of a European Research and Innovation Agenda on Cyber-physical Systems of Systems – 2016-2025”, describing in detail the research challenges and medium-term priorities identified during the project work.

This brochure also contains detailed summaries of industrial and societal needs and of the state of the art in a variety of industrial technology sectors.

Find more details and download the brochure here.

Public workshop of the European project CPSoS: “Cyber‐physical Systems of Systems – The Next Challenge”

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Public workshop of the European project CPSoS:
“Cyber‐physical Systems of Systems – The Next Challenge”

Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 10:00-14:00
Hannover Messe 2016, Convention Center (CC), Hall 17

More information can be found here.

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The CPSoS project gladly invites you to join us at Hannover Messe 2016 to discover solutions and challenges on the way towards the integrated industry of tomorrow.

In a relaxed atmosphere with fingerfood and refreshments, we are looking forward to talk with you about the way forward for the engineering and management of large‐scale cyber‐physical systems of systems, as well as research and innovation priorities for cyber‐physical systems of systems that are proposed by the ARTEMIS Industry Association and by CPSoS (https://www.cpsos.eu/roadmap). The discussion will be stimulated by presentations from leading representatives of the European industry that develop and deploy components of cyber‐physical systems of systems.

Participation is free of charge to Hannover Messe ticketholders.
Download the invitation and agenda here.

Visit us and join the debate!

CPSoS Event at CPS Week 2016 on April 11, 2016

CPSoS organizes a workshop, as part of CPS Week 2016, to disseminate results of the project work to the academic community.

The program consists of interesting presentations from both industry and academia that underpin the importance of the key research topics previously mentioned.

Find more detailed information as well as the agenda here.

CPSoS Roadmap presented at H2020 Info Day in Brussels

Professor Sebastian Engell, Coordinator of the CPSoS project, presented the CPSoS Roadmap at the H2020 Info Day: Smart Cyber-Physical Systems, Digital Automation, Smart Anything Everywhere, ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs Initiatives, and Photonics Laser-based Production which was organized by the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, Dec 1st, 2015.

The presentation of the CPSoS Roadmap was part of the introduction to a session on ICT-1-2016 Smart Cyber-Physical Systems. The related slides are available for consultation here.

Medium-Term Research Priorities for Cyber-physical Systems of Systems

The third meeting of the three CPSoS Working Groups has taken place on October 6th, 2015 as an Open Workshop on the Cyber-physical Systems of Systems Roadmap at the ARTEMIS Technology Conference 2015 in Turin, Italy.

This workshop was the occasion for presentations and discussions around a number of medium-term research priorities as defined within the “Cyber-physical Systems of Systems Research Agenda 2015-2025″ which is currently being established by the CPSoS Project. Besides, domain-specific topics for different areas have been put forward.

The agenda of this workshop as well as the presentations given there are available for consultation here.

 

CPSoS Networking Session at ICT 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal

ICT2015CPSoS will hold a networking session “Systems of Systems Engineering: What Next?” during the conference ICT 2015 (Innovate, Connect, Transform), the largest ICT event organized by the European Commission, with thousands of attendants expected. In addition to networking events and opportunities, ICT 2015 will offer numerous events on new EC ICT policies and initiatives and funding opportunities, interactive exhibitions, and a start-up forum.

The objective of the CPSoS networking session, which will take place on
October 22nd, starting at 14h50 in Room 10, is to discuss the “What next?” in systems of systems engineering from the point of view of industrial and academic reality, based on the CPSoS Roadmap.

Read more detailed information about the session here.

Third Newsletter of the European Systems of Systems Research Cluster published

The third issue  of the FP7 Cluster Projects’ Newsletter, September 2015, has been published!

You will find the latest information about past, ongoing and upcoming activities of the SoS cluster here.