Solutions for Cyber-Physical Systems Ubiquity

Solutions for Cyber-Physical Systems Ubiquity

Norbert Druml (Independent Researcher, Austria), Andreas Genser (Independent Researcher, Austria), Armin Krieg (Independent Researcher, Austria), Manuel Menghin (Independent Researcher, Austria) and Andrea Hoeller (Independent Researcher, Austria)
Indexed In: SCOPUS
Release Date: July, 2017|Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 482
ISBN13: 9781522528456|ISBN10: 1522528458|EISBN13: 9781522528463|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2845-6


Cyber-physical systems play a crucial role in connecting aspects of online life to physical life. By studying emerging trends in these systems, programming techniques can be optimized and strengthened to create a higher level of effectiveness.

Solutions for Cyber-Physical Systems Ubiquity is a critical reference source that discusses the issues and challenges facing the implementation, usage, and challenges of cyber-physical systems. Highlighting relevant topics such as the Internet of Things, smart-card security, multi-core environments, and wireless sensor nodes, this scholarly publication is ideal for engineers, academicians, computer science students, and researchers that would like to stay abreast of current methodologies and trends involving cyber-physical system progression.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Automotive Domain
  • Internet of Things
  • Multi-Core Environments
  • Safety Concerns
  • Security strategies
  • Smart Card Security
  • System Verification
  • Wireless Sensor Nodes

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Dr. Norbert Druml was born 1980 in Klagenfurt/Austria. After being self-employed for ten years in the field of embedded systems development, he received a Master’s degree in Telematics and a doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering both from Graz University of Technology in Austria. In 2014, he joined Infineon Technologies Austria AG, where he has been leading several industrial research projects (in the fields of embedded systems, sensors, and security) and where he has been working as a concept engineer for the next generation sensor chips. His research interests include hardware/software co-design, secured embedded systems, and automotive sensing technology.
Andrea Höller received her Master Degree in Information and Computer Engineering from Graz University of Technology, focusing on System-on-Chip Design and Information Security in the year 2013. From 2013 to 2016 she has conducted research on dependability for cyber-physical systems at the Institute for Technical Informatics (ITI) working in the HyUNIFY project in close collaboration with Andritz Hydro GmbH. In 2016, she earned her PhD degree at Graz University of Technology with a thesis on software-based fault-tolerance for resilient embedded systems. In the course of her research she first-authored 15 and co-authored more than 30 publications about dependability and security in the domain of cyber-physical systems. In September 2016, she joined the Contactless Innovation group of Infineon Technologies Austria AG at the Development Center Graz as a System and Digital Design Engineer. Currently she is working on the future of secured authentication and encryption for cyber-physical systems and the internet of things.