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Basis for advisory activity for federal government
Current state of research
Computer science future
Today, about 98 percent of microprocessors are already embedded in everyday objects and devices, connected with the outside world through sensors and actuators. They are increasingly networked with one another and on the internet. The physical world and the virtual world - or cyberspace - are merging; cyber-physical systems are developing.Future cyber-physical systems will contribute to security, efficiency, comfort and the health systems as never before, and as a result, they will contribute to solving key challenges of our society, such as the aging population, limited resources, mobility, or energy transition. Germany is in the position to become a leader in international competition thanks to innovative cyber-physical systems. In this statement, acatech explains what prerequisites must be created and how Germany can overcome the technical, political and social hurdles on the way to achieving this position.
Content Level »Popular/general
Keywords »Business model innovation - Control Theory - Cyber-Physical Systems - Embedded Systems - Real-time systems
Summary.- Project.- Caber-Physical Systems - Changing Economy and Society.- Cyper-Physical Systems - Merging the Physical and Virtual Worlds.- Future Potential of Caber-Physical Systems - 2025.- Challenges for Germany arising from Cyber-Physical Systems.- Theses on the Development of Cyber-Physical Systems in Germany.- Recommendations for Action.- Appendix.- Literature.