Call for Papers

Continuous Systems Integration with Virtual Spaces ( Vortrag )

Architecting for Continuous Software Engineering

Referent: Dr. Pablo Oliveira Antonino, Fraunhofer IESE
Vortragsreihe: Architektur, Design I
Zeit: 05.12.18 11:45-12:25
Co-Referenten: Dr. Thomas Kuhn received his PhD from Kaiserslautern University in 2009, where he was working as a researcher since 2004. Since 2008, he is working for Fraunhofer IESE. Currently, he is heading the Embedded Systems Division, where applied research and consultancy services are delivered in the areas of smart ecosystems integration, architecture design, evaluation, and simulation, variability management and safety engineering. Benno Kallweit is research assistant at the Embedded Software Engineering department of t he Fraunhofer IESE in Kaiserslautern, Germany. He studies Computer Science since 2012 with the focus on Software Engineering, and support the development of tools and methods for integration, design, evaluation and simulation of architectures of embedded systems.

Zielgruppe

Entwicklung

Themenbereiche

Anforderungen definieren und verfolgen, Analyse & Design, Implementierung, Test & Qualitätssicherung, Software Engineering Management

Schwerpunkt

Tool

Voraussetzungen

Expertenwissen

Kurzfassung

Industry has claimed that the root causes for the integration challenge are (i) requirements volatility and (ii) architecture incompatibility of the systems to be integrated. Continuous engineering practices, along with trends like DevOps, have been adopted to address these challenges. In parallel to this, techniques like digital twins have been used in the development of embedded systems. The inherent complexity and size of nowadays' systems motivate tasks like verification and validation in virtual representations of the system, at the architecture level. Despite the adoption of continuous engineering and virtual engineering techniques, there is still a lack of platforms that jointly enable continuous integration verification of embedded systems. To address this challenge, we present the Fraunhofer Virtual Space, which enables the on-line modeling of architecture specifications, and the validation of different system properties, at the architecture level, by means of simulation.

Gliederung

1 - Introduction

2 - Integration challenges in the Embedded systems Industry

3 - Continuous engineering and Virtual engineering Fundaments and the Integration Challenges
3.1 - Continuous Engineering Fundaments
3.2 - Continuous Engineering Fundaments
3.3 - Continuous Engineering, Continuous Engineering and the integration challenges

4 - Combining Continuous Engineering and Virtual Engineering to address the Industrial integration challenges
4.1 - The Notion of the Virtual Space
4.2 - The Fraunhofer Virtual Space

5 - Experience reports
5.1 - The Fraunhofer Virtual Space Experience in the Automotive domain
5.2 - The Fraunhofer Virtual Space Experience in the Industry 4.0 domain

5 - Conclusions and Future Works

Nutzen und Besonderheiten

Participants will learn how to bring together the virtual and continuous engineering concepts that have been separately (i) discussed by the scientific community and (ii) adopted in industry. They will also understand how to use these practices combined to address systems integration challenges, that have been claimed as key issues by industry.

Über den Referenten

Dr. Pablo Oliveira Antonino is the department head of the Embedded Software Engineering department of the Fraunhofer IESE. His work focuses on the construction, evaluation, and simulation of architectures of dependable embedded systems from various domains such as automotive, avionics, agriculture and construction machines, medical devices, and smart industries.