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IEEE NY VTS Technology Forum: The role of cyber-physical systems in the ongoing mobility revolution

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In an ever-growing populous world, the automotive industry is faced with opportunities and challenges,
which has been driving revolutionary changes to the automotive DNA. These involve an exponentially
increasing electronic content and interconnected embedded (Cyber-Physical) systems, in contrast with
the relatively simple stand-alone computing systems that once controlled basic engine and chassis
functions. The realized advances in vehicle electrification, connectivity, and autonomous driving
capabilities, when combined, will make our cars and trucks much different, more efficient, and much
safer than those on the road today.
In this talk, examples of new and emerging automotive features and systems will be discussed to show
that these systems are evolving to become highly cyber-physical in nature, and perhaps represent some
of the most sophisticated cyber-physical systems that exist. These technologies are considered
foundational to future Intelligent Transportation Systems and have a huge potential to impact the
industry and society.
Before we get into such specific examples, the talk will quickly cover the motivations or market drivers
which let the automotive systems to move into the CPS space.
Speaker(s): , Dr. Nady Boules
Room: 4054, One Penn Plaza, 4th Floor, New York, New York, United States, 10119, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/425600

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