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From Embedded Systems to Cyber-Physical Systems: Research Challenges and Application Areas

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In all of the Siemens sectors, Industry, Energy, and Healthcare, embedded systems are an essential part of our products, systems, and solutions. Also, in general, embedded systems and software-based systems surround us. This fits also well to the motto of this year's COMPSAC "The computed world: software beyond the digital society". There is a strong trend that embedded systems are being networked together and interact with each other in increasingly complex ways. Especially when there is a strong focus on the interaction between the elements, one speaks of "cyber-physical systems" or the "internet of things". The trend to increased use of cyber-physical systems offers new opportunities, both in the research space as well as for new applications. This keynote will provide insights into how Siemens has been active in both of these areas.

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Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC), 2011 IEEE 35th Annual

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18-22 July 2011