Open and smart cyber-physical systems (CPS) are considered to be the next revolution in ICT with enormous economic potential enabling novel business models for integrated services and products. In many areas of CPS devices, there is a strong trend towards open systems, that can be extended during operation by instantly adding functionalities on demand.
The seminar will focus on all these themes, involving as speakers, international companies specialized in engineering CPS and developing cyber security solutions (automotive, health and industrial automation will be the focused domains). During the seminar, there will be the opportunity to promote the intermediate results of TAPPS research project (funded by the European Commission in 2015 within H2020 program), aimed at the customization of CPS devices with new 3rd party services and features within a Trusted Apps platform in an efficient, secure and most important trusted way.
The rich agenda of the event schedules speeches by TAPPS partners and international speakers the caliber of Continental Automotive and Bosch, who will provide their experience and case studies in the last industrial achievements and new research perspectives in Cyber security for Cyber Physical Systems.
Registration is free of charge.
Please register to the event by pressing the button above within May 3rd, 2017. You will be contacted for logistic information.
More information is available here.
09.00 Registration and Security Control
10.00 Welcome, Dr.-Ing. Harald Scholz, Interoperability Centre for Electric Vehicles and Smart Grids (JRC)
10.15 High Performance computing – the next challenge for automotive controller architectures, Dr. Stefan Voget, Head of Hardware & Software Laboratory Department Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (Continental Automotive GmbH)
11.00 Control your car with Automotive Apps, Markus Schweizer, SW Platforms and Technologies (Robert Bosch GmbH)
11.40 Coffee break
12.00 Trusted Apps – TAPPS – overview presentation, Prof. Christian Prehofer (fortiss & TU München)
12.30 Secure Communication for Complex & Distributed Real-Time CPS, Marcello Coppola (STMicroelectronics – Grenoble) & George Kornaros (Technological Educational Institute of Crete)
13.00 Networking lunch
14.00 Cyber security through virtualization, Alvise Rigo (Virtual Open Systems – Grenoble)
14.30 Market Place Platform & Methodology for Critical Environments, Julien Avarre (Actility – Paris)
15.00 App-enhanced Health Trolley for Drug Administration – Healthcare use case, Riccardo Dodi (Ospedale San Raffaele – Milano)
15.30 Secure Platform for Electric Vehicle Control System – Automotive use case, Giovanni Gherardi (Energica Motor Company S.p.A – Modena)
16.00 Coffee break
16.30 Networks and Technologies for Autonomous Manufacturing in Industry 4.0 – Industry use case, Andreas Eckel (TTTech – Austria)
17.00 Automotive CPS @JRC, G.Baldini (JRC)
17.15 CPS needs for Autonomous Driving, B.Ciuffo (JRC)
17.30 Cyber security and Interoperability for Electromobility Supply Infrastructures, Dr.-Ing. Harald Scholz (JRC)