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How Do We Make Sure Future Cyber-Physical Systems Are Human Centered and Trustworthy?
Professor Martin Törngren (KTH Royal Inst. of Technology)
Abstract: The term Cyber-Physical Systems was coined in 2006 in the US, referring to the integration of computation, communication and physical processes. As such, CPS is not a new concept. However, current and future CPS are increasingly getting smarter, more automated, upgradeable, connected and collaborative, forming advanced Cyber-Physical Systems of Systems (CPSoS). Such CPSoS provide unprecedented opportunities, but also represent unprecedented complexity with their corresponding risks. This talk will elaborate on the evolution and characteristics of CPS, providing the following perspectives:
- Their evolution and etymology, relating and contrasting CPS with concepts such as Cybernetics, Mechatronics, IoT/IIoT and Industry 4.0;
- Characterizing CPS w.r.t. their capabilities and complexity - comparing software, physical and data-driven parts of a CPS and their respective platforms. The analysis will also relate CPS to human capabilities and limitations, and identify both limitations as well as opportunities for complexity management;
- Providing a life-cycle and sustainability context to CPS, with considerations for the design of human-centered CPS;
- Considering CPS and CPSoS in the context of a socio-technical paradigm shift (a technical revolution);
- Identifying and summarizing some of the outstanding research challenges related to CPS.
Bio: My research interests are in the areas of Mechatronics, Embedded and Cyber-physical systems (CPS), and systems engineering, and in particular with
- Architectures for embedded and cyber-physical systems,
- System and functional safety, and trade-offs with other system properties,
- Trustworthiness of autonomous machines and systems of systems,
- Distributed control systems, codesign of control and embedded computer systems,
- Design methodology for complex cyber-physical systems including model based engineering,
- Sustainability, circular economy and Innovation eco-systems,
- Life-long learning and education in CPS.