Werner Steinhoegl - Ideal-ist

Report
ICT 1 – Smart Cyber-Physical Systems in H2020
European
Commission
DG CONNECT
Presenter:
Dr. Werner Steinhögl
NCP training-Brussels
23rd October 2013
ICT 1 – Cyber-Physical Systems - Content
Objectives: new paradigms, concepts, platforms or tool-chains
laying the foundation for future Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
Stakeholders: suppliers and users of CPS, tool and sub-system
providers, system integrators, auditors/certification bodies and
related academia and research institutes
Application sectors: energy, transport, medical, but also food,
chemistry and others.
Research and innovation activities:
1. Modelling and integration frameworks
2. Methods for smart, cooperative and open CPS
3. Connecting innovators across value chains:
• Towards platforms and ecosystems
• Bootstrap European networks of Embedded Systems design centres
ICT-1 Cyber-Physical Systems – Objectives
 De-verticalising technology solutions
 cutting across the barriers between application sectors
 including mass consumer markets
 Bringing together actors along the value chain: from
component suppliers to system integrators; to end user
 Creating new ICT Platforms for
 vertical markets
 core markets
by matchmaking between the needs of customers and future
technology and service offers of CPS
Evolution and Revolution – Cyber-Physical Systems
Network
Technologies
Embedded
Systems
Internet
Internet of
Things, Cloud,
Big Data
Networked
Embedded Systems
Micro/Nano
electronics
User experience,
Human-Machine
Interface
Cyber-Physical Systems /
System on
Chip, Smart
Systems
"Smart Everywhere"
Computing
Continuum
Cognitive &
Learning
Technologies
• Foster integration across value chains
• Target industrial ─ professional ─ consumer markets
Context - Cyber-Physical Systems in H2020
LEIT* - ICT
"Societal Challenges" / Focus
Areas
Compon.
&
Systems
ICT-1
Adv.
Computing
ICT-4
Future
Internet
Content
Techs
Robotics &
Smart
Spaces
ICT KETs Nano
Electronic
s,
Photonics
ICT for
Manuf.
FoF 1,8,9
Cross cutting actions: Open Disruptive Innovation, Internet of Things, Digital
SSH, Cyber-Security, Horizontal Support to Innovation
"Excellent Science" such as FET,
research infrastructures and HPC
*LEIT: Industry-driven research & innovation - "Leadership for Industrial Technologies
Cyber-Physical Systems – driven by JTI (ARTEMIS, ECSEL)
Intensity of investment
Implementation
in JTI
Industriallydriven R&D
Advanced
R&D
Pan-European
Innovation:
Take-up,
Assessment,
Infrastructure,
Design services
Capitalintensive
R&D&I,
Pilot lines,
Demonstrators
/ Applications
Implementation
in H2020
Cyber-Physical Systems – References
 Web-links
 Cyber-physical Systems: http://ec.europa.eu/digitalagenda/en/cyber-physical-systems-1
 Embedded Systems: www.cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/embeddedsystems-engineering
 JTI ARTEMIS: www.artemis-ju.eu
 Contact: Werner.Steinhoegl@ec.europa.eu

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