Lead Beneficiary: TUG
This work package focuses on the development of methodologies, architectural frameworks and tools to enforce dependable engineering (mainly focusing on safety and security properties) of novel CPSoS (Obj. 4). In this context, the whole industrial environment (e.g. road network, avionic environment, industrial domain network) must be kept in mind and designed to prevent, detect and recover from the intentional and unintentional misuse. The goal is to identify gaps with existing solutions for the management of CPSoSs throughout their life cycle including design and operational phases (architectural frameworks, conceptual models, process frameworks etc..). Based on this analysis, architectural, process and development framework have to be developed to support automated dependability evaluation of CPSoS (Obj. 5). Thereby the WP covers methods, tools, and the overarching methodology.
The objectives of this WP are to develop:
- Effective communication channels between multiple domains and thus select suitable methods and tools that support the whole system/product lifecycle.
- Best practices and engineering design patterns for dependable CPSoS architectures.
- Approaches to maintain dependability constraints while load balancing between edge and cloud computing.
- Engineering methods aiming for secure integration of distribute (external) information.
- Mechanisms that prevent from unintentional (e.g. HW/SW faults) or intentional (e.g. jamming attacks) errors and ensure safety and security of the CPSoS.
- Engineering methods that support integration of novel (distributed) AI approaches in dependable manner.
D3.1. Initial Report on Engineering Methods and Architecture Patterns of Dependable CPSoS (Lead: TUG; Due: M10; R; P)
D3.2. Interim Report on Engineering Methods and Architecture Patterns of Dependable CPSoS (Lead: TUG; Due: M20; DEM; P)
D3.3. Final Report on Engineering Methods and Architecture Patterns of Dependable CPSoS (Lead: TUG; Due: M36; DEM; P)