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Introduction to Cyber-Physical Systems

by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar P. F. Möller

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ITIS module Introduction to Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) combine cyber capabilities (computation and/or communication) with physical capabilities (motion or other physical processes). Cars, aircrafts, ships, trains, robots, and more are prime examples, because they move physically in space in a way that is determined by discrete computerized algorithms. Designing such algorithms to control Cyber-Physical Systems is challenging with regard to their tight coupling with physical components/systems behavior. Moreover, it is vital that these algorithms are correct, because user rely on Cyber-Physical Systems for safety-critical tasks like keeping aircrafts away from colliding as part of a runway incursion CPS.

4.2015

Lecture recordings

11.Oct.201632:51697
LO 0: Overview
Overview
11.Oct.201659:11340
LO 1: Introduction to Systems
Overview and Learning Scope
, Introduction to Systems
11.Oct.201601:19:36165
LO 1: Introduction to Systems
Domain Specific System Requirements,
Standard Forms for System Models,
Mathematical Models of Systems
11.Oct.201601:30:07120
LO 1: Introduction to Systems
Analytic Solutions of Linear System Models, Multi-Domain Simulation Software,
Steady State Errors of Systems, Block Diagrams, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings,
Outlook
11.Oct.201601:25:11137
LO 2: Introduction to Embedded Computing Systems
Overview and Learning Scope, Introduction to Embedded Computing Systems,
Standards in Embedded Computing Systems
11.Oct.201601:29:48102
LO 2: Introduction to Embedded Computing Systems
Standards in Embedded Computing Systems,
Embedded Control
11.Oct.201601:11:5974
LO 2: Introduction to Embedded Computing Systems
Modeling, Design and Verification of Embedded Computing Systems, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings, Outlook
11.Oct.201601:44:12195
LO 3: Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems
Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems
11.Oct.201601:25:0780
LO 3: Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems
Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems, Cyber Physical System Applications
11.Oct.201601:19:3865
LO 3: Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems
Cyber-Physical Systems Applications
11.Oct.201601:15:2844
LO 3: Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems
Cyber-Physical Systems Applications
11.Oct.201601:48:5948
LO 3: Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems
Cyber-Physical Systems Applications, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings, Outlook
11.Oct.201601:18:4750
LO 4: Introduction to the Internet of Things
Overview and Learning Scope, Introduction to the Internet of Things
11.Oct.201601:05:2430
LO 4: Introduction to the Internet of Things
RFID (Radio Frequenzy Identification)
11.Oct.201601:40:1437
LO 4: Introduction to the Internet of Things
Wireless Sensor Networks Technology
, Power Line Communication, RFID Applications, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings, Outlook
11.Oct.201601:03:1523
LO 5: Introduction to Ubiquitous Computing
Overview and Learning Scope, Ubiquitous Computing, Smart Devices
11.Oct.201601:14:4232
LO 5: Introduction to Ubiquitous Computing
Tagging, Sensing, Controlling
11.Oct.201634:1025
LO 5: Introduction into Ubiquitous Computing
Autonomous Systems, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings,
Outlook
11.Oct.201646:5034
LO 6: Systems and Software Engineering
Overview and Learning Scope, Introduction
to Systems Engineering
11.Oct.201601:44:4038
LO 6: Introduction to Systems Engineering
Design Challenges in Cyber Physical Systems Representation, Introduction to Software Engineering, Requierements in Software Design in CPS, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings, Outlook
11.Oct.201651:5282
LO 7: Digital Manufacturing / Industry 4.0
Overview and Learning Scope, Introduction into Manufacturing, Smart and Agile Manufacturing, Smart Factory, Industry 4.0, Individualized Manufacturing, Networked Manufacturing - Integrated Industry, Concurrent Open and Closed manufacturing Lines, Cybersecurity, Summary and Exercises, References and Further Readings, Outlook
  • Short information

    Semester: SS 2015

    Lecture number: S 0505

    English
    26:22:01
    14.Apr.2015
    2.418
  • Contributors
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    Dennis Böckelken
    Lecturer
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar P. F. Möller
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