Symposium on the CPS Integrated IT Platform (CPS-IIP) Project

The CPS-IIP project has been supported by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)


Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is expected to increase efficiency in social systems and services and create new value by integrating the information system (Cyber) with the physical system (Physical) that functions in the real world. The information system is used to link date from the real world that are obtained through diverse sensors and social media, and analyzes them to visualize the status of the real world and optimize it. We have been conducting research of a CPS at a social scale since 2012 which we call it Social CPS. What we aim to accomplish in the research is to design and build an integrated IT platform for the CPS, which consists of pervasive sensing networks connecting diverse sensors, a data management and analysis system for service processing, and actuators for real world feedback. The CPS IT platform is expected to be a cyber infrastructure for efficient social operation.
The project, called "Cyber-physical Integrated IT Platform Project to Optimize Social Systems and Services" commissioned by MEXT, has been conducted by a group of leading researchers from NII, Hokkaido Univ., Osaka Univ., and Kyushu Univ. In this symposium, towards the final year of the project, we are going to present our achievements with special reference to two demonstration experiments, or field trials, and discuss future challenges for Social CPS implementation. Research status in European countries will also be presented by prominent invited speakers from France and Germany.

Date: 10:00-17:00, March 8, 2016
(Sumitomo Realty & Development Co, Ltd. Kanda Bldg., 7 Kanda Midoshirocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Conference Welcome: Jun Adachi, CPS-IIP Program Director, NII
Guest Greetings: Tsuyoshi Enomoto, Director, Information Div., Research Promotion Bureau, MEXT
Dr. Rolf DrechslerInvited Talk 1:
"Design and Verification of Cyber-Physical System - Challenges and Recent Developments"
Dr. Rolf Drechsler, Professor at University of Bremen, Director DFKI Bremen, GermanyDetail
The CPS-IIP Project Outline
Jun Adachi (NII)
Lunch Break
Dr. Michel DiazInvited Talk 2:
"CPS projects on Dynamic Architectures for Autonomous Mobile Embedded Systems and on Energy optimisation and Cyber-Physical Systems in France"
Dr. Michel Diaz, Director of Research Emeritus at CNRS, France
Demonstration Experiments1: Urban-Scale Smart Snow Removal
Yuzuru Tanaka(Hokkaido Univ.)
Coffee Break
Demonstration Experiments2:Towards Human-Centric Energy Efficient System 
Teruro Higashino(Osaka Univ.)
Panel Discussions
What We Have Achieved in CPS-IIP Studies and Future Challenges for Social CPS Implementation
Panelists:J. Adachi, Y. Tanaka, T. Higashino, R. Taniguchi
Commentator:Dr. Michel Diaz, Dr. Rolf Drechsler / Moderator: Kazuo Imai
Contact :

For more information on this workshop, please send an e-mail to NII Research Center for Cyber-Physical Informatics / cps-event-office[at]nii.ac.jp.

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