Engineering Swarms of Cyber-Physical Systems with the CPSwarm Workbench

@article{Sende2021EngineeringSO,
  title={Engineering Swarms of Cyber-Physical Systems with the CPSwarm Workbench},
  author={Micha Sende and Melanie Schranz and Gianluca Prato and Etienne Brosse and Omar Morando and Martina Umlauft},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2102.13351}
}
Engineering swarms of cyber-physical systems (CPSs) is a complex process. We present the CPSwarm workbench that creates an automated design workflow to ease this process. This formalized workflow guides the user from modeling, to code generation, to deployment, both in simulation and on CPS hardware platforms. The workbench combines existing and emerging tools to solve real-world CPS swarm problems. As a proof-of-concept, we use the workbench to design a swarm of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs… Expand

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