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Half-day demo/workshop INTO-CPS on 21 Novembre 2016 14h -17h

posted Nov 9, 2016, 5:42 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Nov 9, 2016, 7:44 AM by Alessandra Bagnato ]
We are pleased to announce a Half-day demo/workshop INTO-CPS on 21 Novembre 2016 14h -17h.

This workshop will be dedicated to system engineering and co-simulation.
The event will take place in our headquarters in Paris (21, avenue Victor Hugo, 75016 Paris, France).


You'll find more information on INTO-CPS at http://into-cps.au.dk/

Please find herewith our agenda and please contact us for registration either in person or through webinar (at andrey.sadovykh@softeam.fr and alessandra.bagnato@softeam.fr):

14:00 - 14:30             INTO-CPS overview, status, outlook (Peter Gorm Larsen)
14:30 - 15:00             Tools (Overture, 20-Sim, OpenModelica, RT Tester, Modelio, COE) (tool providers)
15:00 - 15:15             Coffee break
15:15 - 16:30             Live Demonstration & Hands-on testing (System modeling in SysML, FMU exporting from Overture / 20-sim / OpenModelica, Creation of connection diagrams, starting of Co-simulation)
16:30 - 17:00             Questions & Answers

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About INTO-CPS



The aim of INTO-CPS project is to create an integrated “tool chain” for comprehensive Model-Based Design (MBD) of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs). The tool chain will support the multidisciplinary, collaborative modelling of CPSs from requirements, through design, down to realisation in hardware and software. This will enable traceability at all stages of the development.

INTO-CPS will support the holistic modelling of CPSs, allowing system models to be built and analysed that would otherwise not be possible using standalone tools. We will integrate existing industry-strength tools with high Technology Readiness Levels (TRL 6–9) in their application domains, based centrally around Functional Mockup Interface (FMI)-compatible co-simulation. The project focuses on the pragmatic integration of these tools, making extensions in areas where a need has been recognised. The tool chain will be underpinned by well-founded semantic foundations that ensures the results of analysis can be trusted.

The tool chain will provide powerful analysis techniques for CPSs, including connection to SysML; generation and static checking of FMI interfaces; model checking; Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) and Software-in-the-Loop (SiL) simulation, supported by code generation. The tool chain will allow for both Test Automation (TA) and Design Space Exploration (DSE) of CPSs. The INTO-CPS technologies will be accompanied by a comprehensive set of method guidelines that describe how to adopt the INTO-CPS approach, lowering entry barriers for CPS development.
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