Building Self-Adaptive Cyber Physical Systems Using Unreliable Components
Source: Wayne State University
Modern automobiles, featuring increased convenience, safety, and energy savings, have become more and more reliant on the outcomes of the IT industry. Existing services such as vehicle tracking, navigation and emergency notification envision a promising future of more powerful computing-assisted automobile systems. Some examples include remote vehicle controllers, short range braking systems, and eventually, the self-guided automobile could drive instead of human beings. However, with established techniques, designers could barely implement more advanced systems due to several specific requirements of future CPS.