AMPERE guest blog on Embedded Design /IoT Design
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The AMPERE blog titled "The AMPERE Project Approaches, in a Holistic Manner, the Development and Execution of Advanced Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)" was published on the Embedded Computing Design guest blog platform on 21 April 2020. It offers a walkthrough on the development and execution of advanced cyber-physical systems (CPS) bringing special attention to how the AMPERE holistic approach will address a challenge such as incompatibility of MDE and parallel programming models. Subsequently, the article focuses on the project's aim at developing a new generation of programming environments for low energy and highly parallel computing, capable of implementing advanced CPS and how it will verify its good use by the evaluation of use-cases from the automotive and railway domains.
Read "The AMPERE Project Approaches, in a Holistic Manner, the Development and Execution of Advanced Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)" guest blog here.
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