A practical example of a software factory: building a custom application for analysing EU Cyber Physical System (CPS) projects using Open Source software components
conference contributionposted on 2016-04-06, 13:26 authored by Paul Palmer, Michael HenshawMichael Henshaw, Carys Siemieniuch, Murray Sinclair
This paper is a retrospective analysis describing the development of a custom tool to organise data snippets derived from a substantial body of information, and a summary of the insights that this means of analysis provided in a very short time scale. The creation of data driven visualisations are of particular interest as they uncovered more cross-domain aspects of Cyber-Physical Systems projects than expert opinion had anticipated. These findings will be discussed fully in a second paper. The focus here is the development of the "Vulture" data scavenging tool using Open Source software as system components to create a custom application to serve the data collection and analysis requirements of a REA (Rapid Evidence Assessment) work-package within an EU funded project, Road2CPS.
The work described in this paper was funded under Horizon 2020 Coordination & Support Action: Road2CPS, “Strategic action for future CPS through roadmaps, impact multiplication and constituency building”. Grant number 644164. The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions made by the project partners from: Steinbeis Europa Zentrum, Germany; University of Newcastle, UK; Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux energies alternatives, France; Anysolution SL, Spain; Atos España SA, Spain.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
Published in26th Annual INCOSE International Symposium
CitationPALMER, P.J. ... et al., 2016. A practical example of a software factory: building a custom application for analysing EU Cyber Physical System (CPS) projects using Open Source software components. IN: Proceedings of the 26th Annual INCOSE International Symposium, Edinburgh, 18-21 July 2016, 16pp.
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