Science Policy

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Visible to the public UnCoVerCPS at Artemis Co-Summit in Berlin, 10-11 March 2015

The 2015 Co-summit will be held on 10 & 11 March in the bcc Berlin Congress Center in Berlin, Germany.

The event is jointly organised by ARTEMIS, represented by ARTEMIS Industry Association, the association for actors in Embedded & Cyber-Physical Systems within Europe, and by ITEA, the EUREKA Cluster on Software-intensive Systems & Services.

The 7th edition of the Co-summit will be dedicated to 'Smart industry: impact of software innovation'.

The event will feature:


Visible to the public Report on the Impact of CPS on Transportation

The U.S. Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems Join Program Office published a report titled, "the Smart/Connected City and its Implications for Connected Trasnportation" (FHWA-JPO-14-148). This white paper outlines the potential for the emerging connected transportation system to interface with smart/connected cities. Its aim is to lay the foundation for defining steps that the U.S.


Visible to the public The Cyber-Physical Systems Virtual Organization


The National Science Foundation established the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) program with the vision of developing a scientific and engineering foundation for routinely building cyber-enabled engineered systems in which cyber capability is deeply embedded at all scales, yet which remain safe, secure, and dependable -- "systems you can bet your life on." The CPS challenge spans essentially every engineering domain.