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Design and implementation of a platform for hyperconnected cyber physical systems

Abstract : The Internet of Things (IoT) is an area of growing importance as more and more computing capability becomes embedded into real world objects and environments. But at the same time IoT is just one component of a widespread shift towards a new age of federation, combining with other trends such as cloud computing, blockchain and automation to create a new hyperconnected infrastructure. This infrastructure will emerge from the convergence of traditional, cloud and IoT-based models of computing, creating a more decentralised, secure and democratic computing platform for the future. But while bringing significant benefits, federation also brings significant problems-in particular the complexity of building, integrating and managing systems built using highly distributed and heterogeneous platforms. In this paper we discuss our work on modelling, deployment and management for this new converged computing environment, leveraging previous work on domain languages, cloud computing and the Web of Things to accelerate and democratize the development of real world hyperconnected systems.
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Ian Thomas, Shinji Kikuchi, Emmanuel Baccelli, Kaspar Schleiser, Joerg Doerr, et al.. Design and implementation of a platform for hyperconnected cyber physical systems. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 2018, 3-4, pp.69-81. ⟨10.1016/j.iot.2018.08.012⟩. ⟨hal-02352075⟩



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