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Large LIT CPS Lab Delegation at ETFA 2022

ETFA 2022

With 11 team members, the LIT CPS Lab was represented at the annual International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation, opens an external URL in a new window at the University of Stuttgart, opens an external URL in a new window. From September 6-9, our team presented recent work (4 papers and 2 work-in-progress papers).

Kevin (Feichtinger) presented the first result of the Software Engineering in Cyber-Physical Production Systems workshop series, opens an external URL in a new window Industry Voices on Software Engineering Challenges in Cyber-Physical Production Systems Engineering.

Markus (Unterdechler) presented the paper Identifying repeating patterns in IEC 61499 systems using feature-based embeddings.

Bianca (Wiesmayr) presented the work on Supporting a Model-driven Development Process for Distributed Control Software.

Lisa (Sonnleithner) presented the paper Architectural Concepts for IEC 61499-based Machine Controls: Beyond Normal Operation Handling which is based on the previous year's conference paper.

Sayyid (Fadhlillah) presented his recent work on Supporting Variability Management in Cyber-Physical Production Systems: Towards Semi-Automatic Delta Model Mining for IEC 61499.

Virendra (Ashiwal) presented his recent work on Evaluation of Middleware Technologies for the PLC-Service Bus in IEC 61499.