Tuesday 15th of May

ME RD1 - Registration Desk [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: RD - Registration Desk
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 60 minutes
 

CE OC1 - Opening Ceremony [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 10:00
Duration: 60 minutes
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 11:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

CE KS1 - Keynote Session: Smart Energy Cyber-Physical System Security: Threat Analysis and Defense Techniques [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 11:30
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Keynote Speaker
Prof. Shiyan Hu
 
Abstract- The massive deployment of advanced metering infrastructures and smart energy systems has mandated a transformative shift of the classical grid towards a more reliable smart grid. Despite its importance, such a cyber-physical system is vulnerable to various cyberattacks. In this talk, I will describe a systematic learning and data analytics framework, which is based on partially observable Markov decision process, orthogonal matching pursuit, and empirical mode decomposition, to detect anomaly energy usage behavior through analyzing the massive smart meter data in a community. I will also discuss how this framework can be used for detecting smart grid cyberattacks such as energy theft. I will conclude the talk with some of the ongoing research in this direction.
 

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: LU - Lunch
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 12:30
Duration: 60 minutes
 

TU WM1 - Tutorial: The Rise of Next-Generation Cyberweapons - The Internet of Hackable Things [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 13:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Prof. Nicola Dragoni
 
Synopsis - The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is rapidly changing our society to a world in which everyday objects will be connected to the Internet, making computing pervasive like never before. From a security and privacy perspective, this tsunami of connectivity represents a potential disaster, as each object will become inherently remotely hackable and, as a consequence, controllable by malicious actors: a hacked robot or industrial machine or smart object can act as an insider threat in organizations, industries, public spaces and private homes.

This talk will give a security perspective on the ongoing Internet-of-Things revolution, with emphasis on why everybody should be concerned about that and protect their systems accordingly. Focus will be given to typical Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems (ICPS) applications, with real-life examples taken from smart manufacturing, smart cities, smart living, smart medical systems, and robotics (including a case study of the well known human-shaped robot Pepper).

After the tutorial, a participant will be able to:
- Discuss why cybersecurity is crucial in the ICPS context;
- Provide a number of examples of ICPS and IoT devices that have recently been hacked;
- Discuss the main vulnerabilities of nowadays ICPS and IoT devices;
- Discuss some key attacks to ICPS and IoT devices, such as the Mirai malware and related botnet.

The tutorial aims at discussing cybersecurity in the Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems era. A tentative structure of the tutorial will be the following:
- Introduction to Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, with emphasis on IoT;
- Examples of ICPS and IoT systems;
- Why hackers love Cyber-Physical Systems (Concrete examples of hacking of ICPS and IoT devices);
- Examples will be taken from several typical ICPS applications, like smart manufacturing, smart cities, smart living, smart medical systems, and robotics Industrial IoT and Fog Computing;
- Lesson learned and future work.

The tutorial is not meant for security experts, but it targets researchers/practitioners in ICPS and IoT who want to get an introductory tutorial on IoT security. So, the tutorial is open to all conference attendees, and it does not require any specific security background.
 

TU WM2 - Tutorial: Enabling Energy Internet via Machine-type Communications [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 13:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Prof. Pedro Nardelli
Prof. Hirley Alves
 
Synopsis - After the tutorial, a participant will be able to:
- Define what is Energy Internet and how the technological advances in machine-type communications (MTC) are enabling its development. Model human- and machine-type of traffic.
- Differentiate operation modes of the Internet of Things (IoT), namely Ultra-reliable Low-latency Communications (URLLC) and massive Machine-type Communications (mMTC) in addition to the broadband communications.
- Propose possible ways to manage the energy system based on packetized energy together with the required IoT/MTC solutions.

The tutorial aims at discussing cybersecurity in the Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems era. A tentative structure of the tutorial will be the following:
- Introduction to IoT-based systems
- Basics of machine-type communications
- Applications and modes of operation (mMTC, URLLC and broadband)
- Energy Internet: Packetized management of the energy system
- IoT-enabled energy internet via MTC

Target audience are people working in the digitalization of energy systems, either from academia or industry. No background in communications engineering is needed.

This tutorial focuses on the management of the electricity grids using energy packets to build the Energy Internet via machine-type communications. We will revisit some attempts to design a digital grid similar to the internet and discuss the viability of up-scaling this approach to manage energy inventories so that supply and demand always matches, given storage capabilities, loads with priority and usage flexibility. The proposed approach relies on virtualization to change the dynamics of the physical system, building then an energy industry application of cyber-physical systems.
 

TU WM3 - Tutorial: The Smart Transformer – Impact on the Electrical Grids and Technology Challenges [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 13:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Prof. Giampaolo Buticchi
 
Synopsis - This tutorial introduces the Smart Transformer concept and takes into account power system considerations as well as power electronics knowledge. ST architectures and topologies, basic controller designs and innovative concepts for increasing the availability are introduced. The advanced features, which the Smart Transformer offers to the AC grids are examined. In particular, the focus is on voltage and frequency control in grid forming operation, load sensitivity identification, load control, and reactive power support in grid feeding operation. For the design of the ST, modular power converter are considered with the opportunity to control the metrics efficiency, grid services and remaining useful lifetime by taking into the useful remaining lifetime of building blocks. This tutorial will summarize the results of EU ERC Consolidator Grant Project “HEART” by Prof. Marco Liserre and update on current projects promoted by Distributed System Operators leading to testing the Smart Transformer technology in the field.

The learning objectives are to familiarize with the solid-state transformer concept, its topology and its control. The attendees will have a clear conceptual map of the challenges and of the possible solutions related to the smart transformer application in the electrical grid. With the reference list provided the attendees can start tackling the unsolved issues of the smart transformer application and start their own research activities.

The tutorial is divided in the following six parts:

- From the Solid-State-Transformer (SST) to the Smart Transformer;
- ST virtuous loop: identify the LV-grid, control it, offer services to the MV-grid;
- The technological challenges of the power converter;
- Fault conditions and reliability/maintenance issues;
- The Smart Transformer: a grid-tailored Solid-State-Transformer;
- Advanced Services of the Smart Transformer.

The increasing connection of renewables and new loads is challenging the distribution grids. For overcoming actual and foreseen challenges, a new concept, with the capability to form intelligent grid nodes, is proposed: the “Smart Transformer”. The Smart Transformer is a power electronics-based transformer, aiming not only to adapt the voltage level from MV to LV grids but also providing ancillary services to the grid. In order to exploit its capability, the ST requires combining power system aspects and power electronics constraints, resulting in new requirements and challenges.

The Smart Transformer provides galvanic isolation, voltage adaptation and the capability to control the reactive power in grid feeding operation for sustaining the voltage profile in grid. On the Low Voltage Side, it can interact with loads and generators by means of voltage and frequency control, thereby controlling the power generation and the consumption in the grid. Additionally, the Smart Transformer is a natural connection point for hybrid (AC and DC) grids both at MV and at LV levels, being an enabler for the DC connectivity. Among the others for storage integration and for EV fast charging station integration. Nevertheless, the application of the ST requires an optimization of the system for minimum costs, maximum availability and high efficiency.

The tutorial topic relates to the ICPS application of the Smart Grid. The ICPS architecture that the Smart Transformer paradigm advocates for is to make the grid interface more intelligent to make the whole electrical power distribution grid smarter.

Target audience are PhD students in electrical engineering and researchers who are entering the field of electrical distribution. Industrial engineers who are interested in smart solid-state transformer.
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 

TU WA1 - Tutorial: Arrowhead Framework - IoT/SoS Automation [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Prof. Jerker Delsing
 
Synopsis - Introduction the Arrowhead Framework its properties and core systems. Automation requirements like e.g. real time, security, scalability, engineering simplicity can be addressed using the Arrowhead Framework. Thus enabling cost efficient engineering of digitalisation and automation solutions based on next generation production architectures like RAMI4.0 or IIRA. Concepts covered are:
- Integration/migration of ISA95 and RAMI4.0;
- Foundations for IoT automation based on SOA;
- Arrowhead Framework core systems;
- Security of IoT/SoS automation;
- Real time control using local clouds;
- Engineering of IoT/SoS automation solutions.

Introduction to Arrowhead Framework and local cloud automation concepts and technologies and overview of SoS engineering, security and deployment approach, includes:
- Introduction to IoT automation and outlook;
- Local clouds;
- Engineering of IoT automation;
- Arrowhead Framework architecture: core systems and services;
- Application system and services implementation.

This tutorial will provide ICPS Architecture for production automation build on Interoperability at a service level. The architecture support ICPS engineering of production automation enabling implementations of standards architectures like RAMI4.0 or IIRA.
 

TU WA2 - Tutorial: CPS in the Operating Room and Clinic [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Dr. Frank Golatowski
 
Synopsis - In this tutorial we introduce three new IEEE 11073 standards, called IEEE 11073 SDC. These standards are applicable to integrate and combine medical devices and clinical information systems from different vendors. The overall architecture uses the Devices Profile of Web Service (DPWS) but through its flexible definition, it is agnostic to the basis communication technology. Above DPWS, these standards comprises the description of the data exchange (IEEE 11073-20702), the domain information and service model (IEEE 11073-10207), and the binding to a specific communication channel (IEEE 11073-20701).

Since this standard (SDC: service-oriented device connectivity) family is based on the basic concepts of service-oriented device architecture and uses the information model from IEEE 11073 for modeling, the tutorial will introduce both basic concepts. Further, we will elaborate the new architectural concept of service-oriented medical devices architecture (SOMDA). Using easy-to-understand examples, participants are introduced to the domain information and service model and learn to model surgical instruments. In addition to that, the tutorial will discuss the extensions that are specified in IEEE 11073-20702 Medical Devices Profile for Web Services (MDPWS). In the tutorial participants will also be introduced to a client application which can be used to read and modify data and control a complex medical system. Today, some open source libraries are available and will be presented in the tutorial. Finally, we compare the IEEE 11073 SDC standard family with similar middleware approaches in the medical domain and interoperability technologies and protocols from automation domain (e.g. OPC UA), building automation domain (e.g. BACNet) and IIoT protocols like MQTT, CoAP and others.

In this tutorial participants get insights into:
- the new standards and new interoperability technologies used in operating room and clinic;
- the modelling of point-of-care medical devices;
- how to connect these devices with clinical IT systems;
- the classification of IIoT protocols and standards;
- differences and commonalities of information and service models used in industrial and medical cyber-physical systems.

Participants are going to learn about these three standard. They will be able to use open source software and standards to establish interoperable solutions for operating room and clinic. Further, they will be able to classify them in the concert of Industry 4.0 solutions and IIoT technologies, protocols and standards.

This tutorial contributes to the ICPS scopes technologies, applications, and engineering via introducing This tutorial contributes to the ICPS scopes technologies, applications, and engineering via introducing Service-oriented Medical Device Architecture (SOMDA). The tutorial presents the main technologies of the IEEE 11073 SDC standards that uses a service-oriented approach being similar to those used in industrial and building automation. It consist of various modules and technologies that encompasses an additional IIoT protocol and information modeling approach applicable to the medical domain. While today’s operating rooms are mainly based on proprietary networking technologies, vendor-independent interoperability is a key enabler for every comprehensive CPS. Users can benefit from using these standards via open-source libraries to interconnect different devices and systems in an open manner combined with features from using an SOA like plug-and-play and improved interoperability.

Target audience are academics and developers from related or other industrial domain that focuses on Industry 4.0 solutions and industrial cyber-physical systems. Researchers and developers that are interested in service-oriented architectures especially in medical domain, clinical information systems, operating room, and eHealth systems.
 

DI WR1 - Welcome Reception [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CT - Canteen
Day: Tuesday 15th of May
Hour: 19:00
Duration: 130 minutes
 

Wednesday 16th of May

TT-ARC WM4 - TT ICPS Architectures [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Kevin Nagorny

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Towards Viewpoint-Oriented Engineering for Industry 4.0: A Standards-Based Approach
Authors:
Dr. Udo Kannengiesser, eneon IT-solutions GmbH, Austria
Mr. Harald Müller, Institute for Business Informatics - Communications Engineering, Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Hour:09:20
Title:An Intelligent System for Smart Buildings using Machine Learning and Semantic Technologies: A Hybrid Data-Knowledge Approach
Authors:
Dr. Ioan Szilagyi, Universite de Haute Alsace, France
Prof. Patrice Wira, Universite de Haute Alsace, France

Hour:09:40
Title:Benefits and Pitfalls Applying RAMI4.0
Authors:
Dr. Josef Frysak, Institute of Business Informatics - Communications Engineering, Austria
Ms. Claudia Kaar, Institute of Business Informatics - Communications Engineering, Austria
Prof. Christian Stary, Institute of Business Informatics - Communications Engineering, Austria

Hour:10:00
Title:An application of blockchain and smart contracts for machine-to-machine communications in cyber-physical production systems
Authors:
Dr. Maxim Ya. Afanasev, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Yuri V. Fedosov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey A. Shorokhov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Ms. Anastasiia A. Krylova, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:10:20
Title:Autonomic Caching Management in Industrial Smart Gateways
Authors:
Prof. Philippe Lalanda, Uga, France
Mr. Jhonny Mertz, Instituto de Informática-UFRGS, Brazil
Prof. Ingrid Nunes, Instituto de Informática-UFRGS, Brazil

Hour:10:40
Title:Formation Control of a Group of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles with Data Exchange Over a Packet Erasure Channel
Authors:
Mr. Stanislav Tomashevich, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Prof. Boris Andrievsky, Institute of Problems in Mechanical Engineering of RAS, Russian Federation
Prof. Alexander L. Fradkov, Institute of Problems in Mechanical Engineering of RAS, Russian Federation

SS02 WM1 - SS Towards Human-Machine Cooperation in Industrial Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1221 - Turing
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Sho Yokota
Marie-Pierre Pacaux Lemoine

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Towards Human-based Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems
Authors:
Dr. Marie-Pierre Pacaux-Lemoine, Lamih - Umr Cnrs 8201, France
Mr. Quentin Berdal, Lamih - Umr Cnrs 8201, France
Dr. Simon Enjalbert, Lamih - Umr Cnrs 8201, France
Prof. Damien Trentesaux, Lamih - Umr Cnrs 8201, France

Hour:09:20
Title:Improving Face-to-Machine Proximity Estimation with Neighbor Relations in Mobile Industrial Human Machine Interaction
Authors:
Mr. Rongkai Wang, Fuzhou University, China
Prof. Zhezhuang Xu, Fuzhou University, China
Mr. Renxu Xie, Fuzhou University, China
Ms. Xing Liu, Fuzhou University, China
Prof. Shih-Hau Fang, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan

Hour:09:40
Title:Towards an integrated approach for supporting the workers in Industry 4.0
Authors:
Dr. Giulia Lotti, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Dr. Valeria Villani, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Dr. Nicola Battilani, University of Parma, Italy
Prof. Cesare Fantuzzi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Hour:10:00
Title:Development of a Wearable System for Monitoring the Firefighter’s Physiological state
Authors:
Dr. Guillaume Tartare, The ENSAIT Textile Institute, France
Prof. Xianyi Zeng, The ENSAIT Textile Institute, France
Prof. Ludovic Koehl, The ENSAIT Textile Institute, France

Hour:10:20
Title:Efficiency Measurement of IT-Support for Information Retrieval at Manual Workplaces
Authors:
Ms. Johanna Kubenke, Group IT Volkswagen AG, Germany
Prof. Andreas Kunz, Innovation Center Virtual Reality, Switzerland

Hour:10:40
Title:Modeling of Human Body Movement on Personal Mobility Interface using LIDAR
Authors:
Dr. Sho Yokota, Toyo University, Japan
Prof. Hiroshi Hashimoto, Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Japan
Dr. Daisuke Chugo, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Prof. Akihiro Matsumoto, Toyo University, Japan

TT-TEC WM2 - TT ICPS Technologies [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Yuchen Jiang

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Cyber/physical interplay in the real-time scheduling for peak load optimization of electric loads
Authors:
Mr. Daniele De Martini, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Italy
Dr. Guido Benetti, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Italy
Dr. Tullio Facchinetti, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Italy

Hour:09:20
Title:L2-L∞ output-feedback distributed control for multi-vehicle networks
Authors:
Dr. Zhuo Zhang, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Prof. Huiping Li, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Dr. Yongbo Li, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

Hour:09:40
Title:Model-Driven Functional Testing of Cyber-Physical Systems Using Deterministic Replay Techniques
Authors:
Mr. Vasiliy Pinkevich, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Prof. Alexey Platunov, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:10:00
Title:A Multi-Task Collaborative Learning Method Based on Auxiliary Training and Geometric Constraints
Authors:
Mr. Gaoyuan Mu, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Dr. Qingshan She, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Mr. Zhuo Tian, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Dr. Haitao Gan, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Dr. Peng Jiang, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China

Hour:10:20
Title:Security and safety risk analysis of vision guided autonomous vehicles
Authors:
Mr. Sándor Plósz, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Dr. Pál Varga, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Hour:10:40
Title:Shading Prediction, Fault Detection, and Consensus Estimation for Solar Array Control
Authors:
Ms. Sameeksha Katoch, SenSIP ASU, USA
Mr. Gowtham Muniraju, SenSIP ASU, USA
Mr. Sunil Rao, SenSIP ASU, USA
Dr. Andreas Spanias, SenSIP ASU, USA
Dr. Pavan Turaga, SenSIP ASU, USA
Dr. Cihan Tepedelenlioglu, SenSIP ASU, USA
Dr. Mahesh Banavar, Clarkson University, USA
Dr. Devarajan Srinivasan, Poundra, USA

SS06 WM3 - SS Open and Interoperable Technologies for Design and Operation of Decentralized ICPS [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Paola Maria Lucia Fantini

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:A distributed control architecture for a reconfigurable manufacturing plant
Authors:
Mr. Stefano Spinelli, Institute of Industrial Technology and Automation - National Research Council, Italy
Dr. Andea Cataldo, Institute of Industrial Technology and Automation - National Research Council, Italy
Mr. Giacomo Pallucca, Institute of Industrial Technology and Automation - National Research Council, Italy
Mr. Alessandro Brusaferri, Institute of Industrial Technology and Automation - National Research Council, Italy

Hour:09:20
Title:Distributed Ledger Technology for Decentralization of Manufacturing Processes
Authors:
Mr. Mauro Isaja, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, Italy
Prof. John Soldatos, Athens Information Technology, Greece

Hour:09:40
Title:Migration towards Digital Manufacturing Automation - an Assessment Approach
Authors:
Ms. Ambra Calà, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Mr. Filippo Boschi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Prof. Arndt Lüder, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Mr. Giacomo Tavola, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Prof. Marco Taisch, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Hour:10:00
Title:Design of a multi sided platform supporting CPS deployment in the automation market
Authors:
Mr. Giuseppe Landolfi, Supsi, Switzerland
Mr. Andrea Barni, Supsi, Switzerland
Mr. Franco Cavadini, Synesis, Italy
Mr. Giovanni Dal Maso, Tts, Italy
Mrs. Silvia Menato, Supsi, Switzerland
Mr. Diego Rovere, Tts, Italy

Hour:10:20
Title:Distributed Control Architecture For Dynamic Reconfiguration: Flexible Assembly Line Case Study
Authors:
Dr. Udayanto Dwi Atmojo, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Aalto University, Finland
Mr. Kashif Gulzar, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Aalto University, Finland
Ms. Rongwei Ma, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Finland
Mr. Alexander Hopsu, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Finland
Mr. Henri Makkonen, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Finland
Mr. Atte Korhonen, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Finland
Mr. Long Tran Phu, Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Finland

Hour:10:40
Title:Maximizing Industrial IoT Network Lifetime under Latency Constraints through Edge Data Distribution
Authors:
Dr. Theofanis P. Raptis, National Research Council of Italy, Italy
Dr. Andrea Passarella, National Research Council of Italy, Italy
Dr. Marco Conti, National Research Council of Italy, Italy

DM TR1 - Thermex [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: TT - Technical Tours
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 300 minutes
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 11:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

CE KS2 - Keynote Session: Key factors in the development of innovative companies, case - Diakont [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 11:30
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Keynote Speaker
Mikhail Fedosovsky
 
Abstract- JSC “Diakont” is a full-cycle engineering and manufacturing company that designs and manufactures products and provides services aimed to improve customer’s safety and efficiency. The company is a private enterprise founded in 1990 in Saint-Petersburg and operating in several areas of activity, including but not limited to:
- Design and manufacturing of radiation-tolerant television cameras and camera systems for monitoring in hazardous industrial facilities;
- Design and upgrading of transfer and process equipment and control systems for nuclear power plants;
- Design and manufacturing of robotic systems for inspection and repair of hazardous industrial facilities: oil&gas transport facilities, public utilities, nuclear power plants;
- Non-destructive testing services for oil & gas pipelines, public utility pipelines, oil reservoirs; inspection and repair activities on nuclear power plants;
- Design and manufacturing of electromechanical actuators for special applications: energy, aviation, marine transport;
- Design and batch manufacturing of customized commercial electromechanical actuators for industrial automation purposes.

The company systematically enhances its competences and potential in all areas – engineering and technology, production, commercial, organizational and administrative. Starting the design of a new product solution either to meet a customer’s specific application, or on its own initiative, JSC “Diakont” then uses best solutions in new products and launches their batch production, including export supplies. Thus, the company is a leader of radiation-tolerant TV camera supplies to the US. Diakont Advanced Technologies, a North-American office of Diakont established in 2011, ensures promotion, sales and servicing of camera and actuator-related products on the US market and provides non-destructive testing services. The company’s engineers completed inspections of pipelines running across the Hudson Bay bottom, Seine River in Paris, Alyeska Pipeline gas transport system inspection. In 2014 Diakont opened an office in the European Union in Arezzo (Italy). The company’s commercial actuators are fitted to welding robots of such manufacturers as ISI, Obara, ABB. Over 40% of Diakont’s sales are exported.

The company has always placed its stake on young professionals. It has been cooperating with the IFMO University for over 15 years, inviting its students and graduates for internship and employment with the company. In 2012, the IFMO University and Diakont institutionalized their relations by establishing an educational unit within Diakont – the Chair of Systems and Technologies of Technogenic Security. Cooperative activities are performed on projects aimed at new, high-technology developments jointly carried out by the company’s and University’s professionals, and at their further commercialization after manufacturing at the company’s production facilities and promotion via its marketing network. While working on cooperative projects, the partners also obtain additional results that include a multidisciplinary competitive product design technology, which became a basis for an educational program offered by the Chair. In 2015, the University’s branch abroad was opened on the basis of the company’s unit in Italy, where a field session of its international supervisory board and a workshop dedicated to the prospects of cooperation between science and business took place.

The major activity of the company is closely connected with cyber-physical systems. The products offered by the company are either cyber-physical systems or their components. The company not only designs and manufactures mechanical or electromechanical devices, but also their control systems, sensors and software enabling control of the devices and interpretation of feedback signals in the digital form. The electromechanical actuators manufactured by the company are critical elements of cyber-physical systems and production automation, responsible for conversion of a digital signal to a precise, directed and controlled motion of a working mechanism. Moreover, it is not only the company’s products that are related to cyber-physical systems, but also the very process of their design and manufacturing. Since 2003, the company has been running an enterprise resource planning information system covering most of its basic and auxiliary processes, not only in respect of accounting, but also in respect of management, business logic implementation and operative control. Thanks to the ERP information system, the company’s engineering and production complex is integrated into a single organism, effectively benefiting from the integration of its processes.

The company sees its future in taking one of the leading positions on the world market in the field of design and manufacturing of custom products for industrial automation applications: actuators, reducers, electric motors, motion control systems, industrial robots. The key element of competitiveness in today’s environment, alongside technical advantages of the product and its price, is the short lead time. The company intends to face this challenge by implementing the “Three factories” concept it has developed. In this concept, all product manufacturing is divided into 3 levels, i.e. 3 factories. The 1st factory manufactures parts of the future product with maximum automation, optimization and at low costs. The 2nd factory prepares unified semi-knocked-down kits. The 3rd factory located as closely to the future customer as possible assembles and tests the finished product from stocks formed by the two previous factories, and provides servicing as well. This concept will be put to practice on the basis of existing company branches (in Russia, USA and Italy), as well as with engagement of newly created facilities (the opening of a branch in China is planned). A production facility combining in itself the 1st and the 2nd factory for electromechanical actuators and reducers will be represented by a high-technology unattended production plant being set up by the company in Lucignano, Italy. In order to control the entire system at all levels – logistics and value chain between the factories, design and customization, documentation, automated unattended production – an information control system will be created, based on 4th industrial revolution technologies: industrial cyber-physical systems, industrial internet, big data, digital design and modeling, artificial intelligence.

To develop these technologies, the company together with the University and industry partners establishes the Institute of Intelligent Industrial Technologies, whose labs will carry out applied research in the fields of mathematical-economic modeling and analysis of production processes, cyber-physical systems, industrial robotics and high-performance production technologies, AI-powered information control systems.
 

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: LU - Lunch
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 12:30
Duration: 60 minutes
 

IF W1 - Industry Forum: Industrial Internet in Russia. Who will benefit from IIoT – producers or consumers? [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 13:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Gregory Chernobyl

The concept of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has been gaining popularity since 2012. Russia, as part of the global economic community and global consumption market, could not leave this concept without attention.

The implementation of IIoT technologies promises significant benefits for both manufacturing companies and consumers of products, while changing both business processes in production and business models for the sale of products and services. Domestic companies are still cautiously watching the development of technology, investing mainly in the implementation of IIoT to reduce production costs, while the greatest potential lies in the possibilities of IIoT for the implementation of new business models for the marketing of products and providing new services.

The report analyzes the existing technologies of the Industrial Internet and the capabilities of the IIoT platforms in terms of both reducing costs and generating additional profits. Using the example of the Russian IIoT platform Winnum, IIoT capabilities will be demonstrated for solving various tasks for different industries.

IF W2 - Industry Forum: BigData in Industry: How predictive analytics add value to a business [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 14:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Sergey Shcherbakov

BigData on the wave of the hype. All around you can hear "the world has changed and will never be the same!", "Data is the oil of the 21st century!", "Data is a strategic asset of the enterprise!". What is it - an empty hype and marketing or something useful that should be immediately implemented? And if it’s useful, how we should do it – because there is a huge amount of data could be collected in the enterprise, who knows what are needed, and which ones can be ignored? And most importantly - what should we do next?

In this presentation, we will try to answer these questions, highlight the main relationships between the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI), and show by examples what benefits can be extracted from the data if you have it.

IF W3 - Industry Forum: Platform-based approach for ICPS Engineering [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 14:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Alexander Konyashin

In terms of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems “Cyber” historically stands more for research and development stage. “Physical” is more about production. In the age of 4th Industrial Revolution there’s a strong demand of seamless transition between theoretical research, development, implementation, production and support. Use of independent standalone software and hardware tools for separate TRL/MRL stages causes critical time-to-market delays and cost inefficiency. Platform-based approach is a flexible and up-to-date way of removing barriers between “Cyber” and “Physical”.

Platform-based approach is applicable in fundamental research as well as in mass-production and lifecycle support. Using universal tools for modeling, validation, prototyping and test improves interoperability and reduces cost on requirements change.

An example of fiber-optic current meter (also known as Optical Current Transformer) developed with FPGA data processing based on NI sbRIO embedded platform is a great demonstration of platform benefits in transition from an idea to product prototype.

IF W4 - Industry Forum: Funding and financial management of organizations (start-ups, small, medium or large companies) [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 15:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Marios Antoniou

Financial crisis has forced companies to become more efficient in financial management in order to stay sustainable and subsequently increase profits. Entry level jobs in established companies became sparse and salaries were reduced. Young students and professionals were forced to explore entrepreneurship and innovation more. They have created startups and small medium companies in technology areas such as fintech, cleantech, software and mobile. Medium and large organizations invest in new products and services that will increase their efficiency and profitability. Startup and small business focus on innovation in order to create value and attract investments. Funding and profitability are at the heart of all business decisions and operations.

In this presentation we will try to examine how startups and small businesses can attract funding. We will also examine financial management and what are the important factors in order to receive funding for development of new products and services in medium and large companies.

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 

TT-ENG WA4 - TT ICPS Engineering [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Jose Luis Martinez Lastra

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Emulation-in-the-loop for simulation and testing of real-time critical CPS
Authors:
Mr. Paulo Oliveira, CISTER Research Centre, Portugal
Mr. Manuel Meireles, CISTER Research Centre, Portugal
Mr. Cláudio Maia, CISTER Research Centre, Portugal
Prof. Luis Miguel Pinho, CISTER Research Centre, Portugal
Mr. Gonçalo Gouveia, Critical Software, Portugal
Mr. João Esteves, Critical Software, Portugal

Hour:16:20
Title:HyMn: Mining Linear Hybrid System from Input Output traces of Cyber-Physical Systems
Authors:
Ms. Imane Lamrani, CIDSE, Arizona State University, USA
Dr. Ayan Banerjee, CIDSE, Arizona State University, USA
Dr. Sandeep Gupta, CIDSE, Arizona State University, USA

Hour:16:40
Title:Taming and Optimizing Feature Interaction in Software-intensive Automotive Systems
Authors:
Dr. Sven Dominka, Robert Bosch AG, Austria
Dr. Dominik Ertl, Robert Bosch AG, Austria
Mr. Michael Dübner, Robert Bosch AG, Austria
Mrs. Romana Wiesinger, Robert Bosch AG, Austria
Prof. Hermann Kaindl, TU Wien, Austria

Hour:17:00
Title:Designing cooperating multi-agent systems - an extended design methodology
Authors:
Mr. Jacek Zavisa, Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany
Prof. Arndt Lüder, Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany
Mrs. Ambra Calà, Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany

Hour:17:20
Title:Cyber-Physical System Based Factory Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis Framework with Plant-Wide Performance Optimization
Authors:
Mr. Yuchen Jiang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Mr. Kuan Li, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Prof. Shen Yin, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Hour:17:40
Title:Schedulability Analysis for Mixed Critical Cyber Physical Systems
Authors:
Dr. Luca Santinelli, Onera, France
Dr. David Doose, Onera, France
Dr. Guy Durrieu, Onera, France
Dr. Frederic Boniol, Onera, France
Dr. Charles Lesire, Onera, France
Dr. Christophe Grand, Onera, France

SS02 WA1 - SS Towards Human-Machine Cooperation in Industrial Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1221 - Turing
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Sho Yokota
Marie-Pierre Pacaux Lemoine

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:The amazing human factors and their dissonances for autonomous Cyber-Physical&Human Systems
Authors:
Prof. Frédéric Vanderhaegen, University of Valenciennes, France
Mr. Victor Jimenez, Universidad Camino José Cela, Spain

Hour:16:20
Title:Advanced Tools for the Control Engineer in Industry 4.0
Authors:
Dr. Alexandre Philippot, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France
Prof. Bernard Riera, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France
Mr. Vinay Kunreddy, University of Valenciennes, France
Prof. Serge Debernard, University of Valenciennes, France

Hour:16:40
Title:What May Happen or What You Should Do? Effects of Knowledge Representation Regarding Necessity of Intervention on Driver Performance under Level 2 Automated Driving
Authors:
Prof. Makoto Itoh, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Dr. Huiping Zhou, Tokyo Business Service Co., LTD, Japan
Dr. Satoshi Kitazaki, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Hour:17:00
Title:The Human Operator as the ultimate barrier to cyber attacks
Authors:
Prof. Patrick Millot, Lamih - Umr Cnrs 8201, France
Mr. Mathieu Mouchel, rHesus-Consulting, France
Mr. Christopher Paglia, rHesus-Consulting, France

Hour:17:20
Title:Initial in-the-Field Evaluation of Wheelchair's Machine-to-Human Haptic Feedback with 3D Printed Vibration Actuator
Authors:
Mr. Maxim Vorobyov, Riga technical university, Latvia
Mr. Aleksandrs Bubovich, Riga technical university, Latvia
Prof. Ilya Galkin, Riga technical university, Latvia

Hour:17:40
Title:Posture Adjustment According to Load Inclination for a Passive-Type Assistive Wheelchair
Authors:
Mr. Ryo Kohara, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Mr. Masahiro Iwaki, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Prof. Daisuke Chugo, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Prof. Satoshi Muramatsu, Tokai University, Japan
Prof. Sho Yokota, Toyo Univiersity, Japan
Prof. Hiroshi Hashimoto, Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Japan

TT-TEC WA2 - TT ICPS Technologies [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Philippe Lalanda

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Implementing an OPC UA interface for legacy PLC-based automation systems using the Azure cloud: An ICPS-Architecture with a retrofitted RFID system
Authors:
Mr. Hermann Haskamp, Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics (I2AR), University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Mr. Florian Orth, Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics (I2AR), University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Mr. Jeffrey Wermann, Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics (I2AR), University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Prof. Armando Walter Colombo, Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics (I2AR), University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany

Hour:16:20
Title:Integrating Time-Triggered and Event-Triggered Traffic in a Hard Real-Time System
Authors:
Mr. Sascha Einspieler, KAI Kompetenzzentrum Automobil- und Industrie-Elektronik GmbH, Austria
Dr. Benjamin Steinwender, KAI Kompetenzzentrum Automobil- und Industrie-Elektronik GmbH, Austria
Dr. Wilfried Elmenreich, Alpen-Adria-Universität, Austria

Hour:16:40
Title:Modelling and Simulation of the Interference Behaviour in Industrial Wireless Communication
Authors:
Ms. Darina Schulze, ifak e.V. Magdeburg, Germany
Mr. Holger Zipper, ifak e.V. Magdeburg, Germany
Prof. Ulrich Jumar, ifak e.V. Magdeburg, Germany

Hour:17:00
Title:Mapping OPC UA AddressSpace to OCF Resource Model
Authors:
Prof. Salvatore Cavalieri, University of Catania, Department of Electrical Electronic and Computer Engineering (DIEEI), Italy
Dr. Marco Giuseppe Salafia, University of Catania, Department of Electrical Electronic and Computer Engineering (DIEEI), Italy
Dr. Marco Stefano Scroppo, University of Catania, Department of Electrical Electronic and Computer Engineering (DIEEI), Italy

Hour:17:20
Title:An evaluation of time sensitive Ethernet technology for next generation CPS
Authors:
Ms. Venesa Watson, University of Siegen, Germany
Mr. Jochen Sassmannshausen, University of Siegen, Germany

SS06 WA3 - SS Open and Interoperable Technologies for Design and Operation of Decentralized ICPS [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Paola Maria Lucia Fantini
Borja Ramis Ferrer

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Refactoring of IEC 61499 function block application - a case study
Authors:
Mr. Sandeep Patil, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Dmitrii Drozdov, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Dr. Gulnara Zhabelova, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:16:20
Title:Modular augmented reality platform for smart operator in production environment
Authors:
Dr. Jumyung Um, Technologie-Initiative SmartFactoryKL, Germany
Mr. Jens Popper, German research center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI),, Germany
Prof. Martin Ruskowski, German research center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI),, Germany

Hour:16:40
Title:Computationally Efficient Representation of Energy Grid-Cyber Physical System
Authors:
Mr. Nikolaos Tzanis, University of Patras, Greece
Mr. Nikolaos Andriopoulos, University of Patras, Greece
Mr. Grigorios Proiskos, University of Patras, Greece
Prof. Michael Birbas, University of Patras, Greece
Prof. Alexios Birbas, University of Patras, Greece
Prof. Efthymios Housos, University of Patras, Greece

Hour:17:00
Title:Interoperable Meta-Model for Simulation in the Loop
Authors:
Dr. Michele Ciavotta, Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication - University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
Mr. Andrea Bettoni, Department of Innovative Technologies - University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, Switzerland
Mr. Gabriele Izzo, Department of Innovative Technologies - University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, Switzerland

Hour:17:20
Title:Industrial Cyber-Physical System for Condition-based Monitoring in Manufacturing Processes
Authors:
Mr. Alberto Villalonga, Study Centre on Advance and Sustainable Manufacturing, Cuba
Dr. Gerardo Beruvides, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Dr. Fernando Castano, Centre for Automation and Robotics, Spain
Dr. Rodolfo Haber, Centre for Automation and Robotics, Spain

Hour:17:40
Title:An approach for implementing key performance indicators of a discrete manufacturing simulator based on the ISO 22400 standard
Authors:
Mr. Usman Muhammad, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Borja Ramis Ferrer, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Wael M. Mohammed, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Jose Luis Martinez Lastra, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

SS08 WA5 - SS Security for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1220 - Tesla
Day: Wednesday 16th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Igor Kotenko

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Secured Action Authorization for Industrial Mobile Robots
Authors:
Ms. Sarah Haas, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria
Mr. Thomas Ulz, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Dr. Christian Steger, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Hour:16:20
Title:Sustainability of cyber-physical systems in the context of targeted destructive influences
Authors:
Prof. Dmitry Zegzhda, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Russian Federation
Mr. Evgeny Pavlenko, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Russian Federation

Hour:16:40
Title:Security analysis of cyber-physical systems network infrastructure
Authors:
Prof. Daria Lavrova, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation
Prof. Maria Poltavtseva, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation
Ms. Anna Shtyrkina, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation

Hour:17:00
Title:Vector representation of machine instructions for vulnerability assessment of digital infrastructure components
Authors:
Mr. Roman Demidov, Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation
Mr. Alexander Pechenkin, Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russian Federation

Hour:17:20
Title:Modelling of the social engineering attacks based on social graph of employees communications analysis
Authors:
Mr. Alexei Suleimanov, St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
Mr. Maksim Abramov, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation
Prof. Alexander Tulupyev, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation

Hour:17:40
Title:Fast Fire Flame Detection on Videos using AdaBoost and Parallel Processing
Authors:
Mr. Alexander Filonenko, University of Ulsan, Korea (South)
Prof. Kang-Hyun Jo, University of Ulsan, Korea (South)

Thursday 17th of May

SS08 TM4 - SS Security for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Igor Kotenko
Oleg Ryabov

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Secured Remote Configuration Approach for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems
Authors:
Mr. Thomas Ulz, Institute for Technical Informatics, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Mr. Thomas Pieber, Institute for Technical Informatics, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Dr. Christian Steger, Institute for Technical Informatics, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Ms. Sarah Haas, Design Center Graz, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria
Dr. Rainer Matischek, Design Center Graz, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria

Hour:09:20
Title:Artificial swarm algorithm for VANET protection against routing attacks
Authors:
Mr. Vasiliy Krundyshev, Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation
Dr. Maxim Kalinin, Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation
Dr. Peter Zegzhda, Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russian Federation

Hour:09:40
Title:Visual analysis of CAN bus traffic injection using radial bar charts
Authors:
Mr. Maxim Kolomeets, Spiiras, Russian Federation
Mr. Andrey Chechulin, Spiiras, Russian Federation
Mr. Igor Kotenko, Spiiras, Russian Federation

Hour:10:00
Title:A Technique for Design of Secure Data Transfer Environment: Application for I2C Protocol
Authors:
Mr. Dmitry Levshun, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS), St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University), Russian Federation
Dr. Andrey Chechulim, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS), St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University), Russian Federation
Prof. Igor Kotenko, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS), St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University), Russian Federation

Hour:10:20
Title:Snapshotter: Lightweight Intrusion Detection and Prevention System for Industrial Control Systems
Authors:
Mr. Chenglu Jin, University of Connecticut, USA
Mr. Saeed Valizadeh, University of Connecticut, USA
Prof. Marten van Dijk, University of Connecticut, USA

Hour:10:40
Title:A Multi-Criteria Model for Users Trust Management in Ad-hoc Mobile Cloud Computing
Authors:
Mr. Ayotuyi Tosin Akinola, Centre of Excellence, South Africa

TT-ENG TM1 - TT ICPS Engineering [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1221 - Turing
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
José Barbosa

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:CoHLA: Design Space Exploration and Co-simulation Made Easy
Authors:
Mr. Thomas Nägele, Radboud University, Netherlands
Prof. Jozef Hooman, Radboud University, ESI (TNO), Netherlands
Mr. Tim Broenink, University of Twente, Netherlands
Dr. Jan Broenink, University of Twente, Netherlands

Hour:09:20
Title:Multiscale Modeling and Simulation for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems
Authors:
Mrs. Natalia Demkovich, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Prof. Eugeny Yablochnikov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Grigory Abaev, Bee Pitron SP, Ltd., Russian Federation

Hour:09:40
Title:Integrated IPC for data-driven fault detection
Authors:
Mr. Fabian Westbrink, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Mr. Gavneet Singh Chadha, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Prof. Andreas Schwung, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Hour:10:00
Title:Maturity variations of PLC-based control software within a company and among companies from the same industrial sector
Authors:
Prof. Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Mr. Felix Ocker, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Ms. Eva-Maria Neumann, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Hour:10:20
Title:Industrial Cyber Physical Systems: A Survey for Control-Engineering Tools
Authors:
Mr. Mohammad Jbair, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Bilal Ahmad, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Mus'ab Ahmad, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Prof. Robert Harrison, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Hour:10:40
Title:Supporting evolution of automated Material Flow Systems as part of CPPS by using coupled meta models
Authors:
Prof. Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Mr. Marco Konersmann, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Dr. Thomas Aicher, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Ms. Juliane Fischer, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Mr. Felix Ocker, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Prof. Michael Goedicke, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

TT-TEC TM2 - TT ICPS Technologies [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Kleanthis Thramboulidis

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Predictive Offloading in Mobile-Fog-Cloud enabled Cyber-manufacturing Systems
Authors:
Mr. Xiaoyu Chen, Ph.D. Candidate, United States
Mr. Lening Wang, Ph.D. Student, United States
Mr. Canran Wang, Undergraduate Student, United States
Prof. Ran Jin, Assistant Professor, United States

Hour:09:20
Title:O-MI/O-DF vs. MQTT: a performance analysis
Authors:
Mr. Paul-Lou Benedick, University of Luxembourg Interdisciplinary Centre For Security, Reliability and Trust, Luxembourg
Dr. Jérémy Robert, University of Luxembourg Interdisciplinary Centre For Security, Reliability and Trust, Luxembourg
Dr. Sylvain Kubler, Université de Lorraine, CRAN, UMR 7039, Campus Sciences, BP 70239, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy F-54506, France, France
Prof. Yves Le Traon, University of Luxembourg Interdisciplinary Centre For Security, Reliability and Trust, Luxembourg

Hour:09:40
Title:Protecting Cyber Physical Production Systems using Anomaly Detection to enable Self-adaptation
Authors:
Mr. Giuseppe Settanni, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Mr. Florian Skopik, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Mrs. Anjeza Karaj, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Mr. Markus Wurzenberger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Mr. Roman Fiedler, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

Hour:10:00
Title:A Multi-Bias Recurrent Neural Network for Modeling Milling Sensory Data
Authors:
Mr. Guodong Wang, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Prof. Mohamed Amin Ben Sassi, Mediterranean Institute of Technology, Tunisia
Prof. Radu Grosu, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Hour:10:20
Title:A Fusion Approach for the Localization of Humans in Factory Environments
Authors:
Mr. Fabian Hölzke, University of Rostock, Germany
Dr. Peter Danielis, University of Rostock, Germany
Dr. Frank Golatowski, University of Rostock, Germany
Prof. Dirk Timmermann, University of Rostock, Germany

TT-APP TM3 - TT ICPS Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Bandwidth allocation in internet routes with the use of differential flatness theory
Authors:
Dr. Gerasimos Rigatos, Industrial Systems Institute, Greece
Dr. Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Masoud Abbaszadeh, General Electric, USA

Hour:09:20
Title:Control of turbocharged ship Diesel engines using a nonlinear optimal control method
Authors:
Dr. Gerasimos Rigatos, Industrial Systems Institute, Greece
Dr. Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Patrice Wira, Université d' Haute Alsace, France
Dr. Masoud Abbaszadeh, General Electric, United States

Hour:09:40
Title:Low Cost Solution for Calibration in Absolute Accuracy of an Industrial Robot for iCPS Applications
Authors:
Prof. Ren C. Luo, Taipei, Taiwan
Mr. Hao Wang, Taipei, Taiwan
Mr. Mong-Hsun Kuo, Taipei, Taiwan

Hour:10:00
Title:Induction Motor Faults Diagnosis by Applying Support Vector Machine to the Motor Current Signature
Authors:
Mr. Han Guo, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Prof. Meng-Kun Liu, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Hour:10:20
Title:Cyber-Physical System Architecture for Machining Production Line
Authors:
Dr. Jonny Herwan, Aist, Japan
Dr. Seisuke Kano, Aist, Japan
Dr. Ryabov Oleg, Aist, Japan
Dr. Hiroyuki Sawada, Aist, Japan
Dr. Nagayoshi Kasashima, Aist, Japan

Hour:10:40
Title:An Industrial Internet Platform for Real-Time Fault Detection in Industrial Motors
Authors:
Mr. Saul Langarica, Department of Electrical Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile
Mr. Christian Ruffenmacher, Mining service center, Siemens Chile, Chile
Prof. Felipe Nunez, Department of Electrical Engineering, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 11:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

CE KS3 - Keynote Session: Innovation in All Steps of Product Development [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 11:30
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Keynote Speaker
Dr. Michael Condry
 
Abstract- Product development is a lot more than having an idea. Many stages are needed and all offer innovation opportunities. IES examines many areas that fall into the Industry 4.0 agenda. TEMS also looks at aspects of both the technology and management skills needed to “make it happen”. This presentation examines the overall problem of getting product from idea to market together with some case studies with different areas.
 

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: LU - Lunch
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 12:30
Duration: 60 minutes
 

IF T1 - Industry Forum: Digital Continuity with 3DEXPERIENCETwin [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 13:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Dmitry Lopatkin

Digital data on the use of products from the client, are particularly valuable intellectual assets of companies. Analyzing of digital data allows you to improve systematically both the product and the entire value chain for your customers. But today all high-tech products are a set of interconnected systems which consists of hundreds of engineering specialties. How can you figure out huge amounts of information and make the right decisions? How can you organize the work of hundreds and thousands of specialists? How can you accelerate the development cycle of more and more advanced products? To answer these questions, Dassault Systemes produces high-quality digital tools related to each other to achieve

IF T2 - Industry Forum: Digitization and Industry 4.0 from the perspective of leading company in industrial automation [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 14:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Andreas Oroszi

As an innovative company and technology leader in industrial automation, Festo is embracing digitalization and Industry 4.0. This is underpinned by having an increasing product portfolio of automation components that are compatible with the Internet of Things as well as specially developed digital products and services. The objective is clear: creating added value for customers and increase both efficiency and productivity. In addition, Festo is striving to provide customers with overall digital support as part of its customer-oriented "Digital Customer Journey". By offering digital tools for selection, sizing, configuration, commissioning and digital support for the entire life cycle of a system, this can be a very effective way of assisting customers with their engineering processes. Not only has Festo started to undertake numerous activities related to digitalisation and Industry 4.0 for its customers, it is also doing so for its own value creation chain and business processes. Digital support is especially important for Festo in its own production environment. As part of the digital transformation, Festo pays particular attention to the topics of people and the Workplace 4.0 as well as Training 4.0. New digital technology requires a different way of working together, as well as new concepts for basic and further training.

IF T3 - Industry Forum: About highlights of complex (E2E) digitalization of the machinery production in Russia [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 14:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Ruslan Zhavoronkov

The present time realities give new challenges to the business management, to the operational level as well as to the strategic. The basic technologies of Industry 4.0 can become a tool that can provide the stable growth for a high-tech enterprise. The medium high-tech enterprise from Russia, Diakont JSC, had formed its approach to the intelligent business management based on the intellectual technologies of Industry 4.0, and this approach is presented in the current speech.

IF T4 - Industry Forum: Cyber-physical Systems for smart Transportation [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 15:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Pierre Dersin

Public Transportation is increasingly a strategic challenge in cities, large and small, as well as in inter-city traffic. Passengers and Transportation Authorities require flawless punctuality and availability while there is economic pressure on maintenance and operations costs.

Transportation systems need to become “smart”, i.e. to use information efficiently in order to optimize their operation. To that end they incorporate functions of sensing, actuation and control in order to describe and analyze a situation, and make decisions based on the available data in a predictive or adaptive manner.

In that context, cyber-physical systems (CPS) can prove to be key tools to help designers and maintainers increase performance cost-effectively, throughout life-cycle.

We will address two aspects: CPS for asset health management and for real-time traffic management.

In asset health management, CPS allow for combining the information extracted from sensor data with pre-existing physical knowledge in order to carry out predictive maintenance. Two examples of Alstom monitored subsystems with their virtual prototypes or ‘digital twins’ will be described, and the extension to complete systems will be hinted at. A key characteristic of the ‘digital twins’ is to model and manage uncertainty, therefore they include elements of randomness through Monte-Carlo simulations.

In traffic management, the effectiveness of regulation algorithms can be assessed through simulations, in a control-theoretic framework.

Finally, future challenges will be presented, such as ‘closing the loop’ to obtain intelligent autonomous systems.

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 

TT-ENG TA1 - TT ICPS Engineering [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1221 - Turing
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Stavros Tripakis

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Unilateral Trajectory Tracking Control of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles with System Constraints
Authors:
Mr. Haojiao Liang, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Dr. Huiping Li, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Dr. Jian Gao, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Prof. Demin Xu, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

Hour:16:20
Title:Cyber-Physical Microservices An IoT-based Framework for Manufacturing Systems
Authors:
Prof. Kleanthis Thramboulidis, University of Patras, Greece
Ms. Danai Vachtsevanou, University of Patras, Greece
Mr. Alexandros Solanos, University of Patras, Greece

Hour:16:40
Title:Sensorless Control of PM Synchronous Motors with a Robust Nonlinear Observer
Authors:
Mr. Dmitry Bazylev, Department of Control Systems and Informatics, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Slobodan Vukosavic, Electrical Engineering Department University of Belgrade, Serbia
Dr. Alexey Bobtsov, Department of Control Systems and Informatics, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Anton Pyrkin, Department of Control Systems and Informatics, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Aleksandar Stankovic, Department of Electrical and Computer engineering, Tufts University, USA
Dr. Romeo Ortega, Laboratoire des Signaux et Systemes CNRS-SUPELEC, France

Hour:17:00
Title:Ship Weather Routing Based on Improved Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm
Authors:
Mr. Peng-Fei Li, State Key Laboratory of Integrated Optoelectronics,College of Electronic Science and Engineering, Jilin University, China
Prof. Hong-Bo Wang, State Key Laboratory of Integrated Optoelectronics,College of Electronic Science and Engineering, Jilin University, China
Mr. Dong-Qing He, State Key Laboratory of Integrated Optoelectronics,College of Electronic Science and Engineering, Jilin University, China

Hour:17:20
Title:Design and Implementation of a Dependable CPSoC for Automotive Applications
Authors:
Mr. G. Ali, Ctit / Ut, Netherlands
Mr. H. Ebrahimi, Ctit / Ut, Netherlands
Dr. J. Pathrose, Ctit / Ut, Netherlands
Dr. H.G. Kerkhoff, Ctit / Ut, Netherlands

Hour:17:40
Title:Petri nets Methodology for the Design and Control of Migration Processes Towards Industry 4.0
Authors:
Ms. Ana Cachada, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Ms. Flávia Pires, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Dr. José Barbosa, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Prof. Paulo Leitão, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Ms. Ambra Calà, Otto-v.-Guericke University, Germany

TT-TEC TA2 - TT ICPS Technologies [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Frank Golatowski

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Robot Path Planning using Improved Rapidly-exploring Random Tree Algorithm
Authors:
Mr. He Dong-Qing, Jilin University, China
Mrs. Wang Hong-Bo, Jilin University, China
Mr. Li Peng-Fei, Jilin University, China

Hour:16:20
Title:Dynamic Management of Cloud- and Fog-based Resources for Cyber-physical Production Systems with a Realistic Validation Architecture and Results
Authors:
Mr. Maximilian Engelsberger, Pforzheim University, Germany
Prof. Thomas Greiner, Pforzheim University, Germany

Hour:16:40
Title:Self-Healing by Property-Guided Structural Adaptation
Authors:
Ms. Denise Ratasich, Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Mr. Thomas Preindl, Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Dr. Konstantin Selyunin, Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Prof. Radu Grosu, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

Hour:17:00
Title:On cyber-physical attacks in bilateral teleoperation systems: An experimental analysis
Authors:
Dr. Andrei Munteanu, University of Verona, Italy
Dr. Riccardo Muradore, University of Verona, Italy
Prof. Massimo Merro, University of Verona, Italy
Prof. Paolo Fiorini, University of Verona, Italy

Hour:17:20
Title:A Traffic-In-Loop Simulation System for Validation of Emission Control Strategy in Diesel Engine
Authors:
Mr. Fuguo Xu, Sophia University, Japan
Prof. Tielong Shen, Sophia University, Japan

TT-APP TA3 - TT ICPS Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Valeriy Vyatkin

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Optimization of Analytical Inverse Kinematic Solution for Redundant Manipulators Using GA-PSO Algorithm
Authors:
Mr. Zhiying Zeng, Tongji University, China
Mr. Zhongde Chen, Tongji University, China
Mr. Guang Shu, Yungtay Elevator Equipment CO.LTD., China
Prof. Qijun Chen, Tongji University, China

Hour:16:20
Title:Kinematic Solution and Singularity Analysis for 7-DOF Redundant Manipulators with Offsets at the Elbow
Authors:
Mr. Zhongde Chen, Tongji University, China
Mr. Zhiying Zeng, Tongji University, China
Mr. Guang Shu, Yungtay Elevator Equipment CO.LTD., China
Prof. Qijun Chen, Tongji University, China

Hour:16:40
Title:Versatile Gripper As Key Part For Smart Factory
Authors:
Mr. Ivan I. Borisov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Oleg I. Borisov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Vladislav S. Gromov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey A. Kolyubin, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey M. Vlasov, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:17:00
Title:Measurement Validation for ICPS: Matrix Pencil Method for Coriolis Metering with Liquid/Gas Flow
Authors:
Dr. Olga Ibryaeva, South Urals State University, Russian Federation
Dr. Aleksandr Semenov, South Urals State University, Russian Federation
Prof. Manus Henry, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Hour:17:20
Title:Matrix Pencil Method for Coriolis Metering with Liquid/Gas Flow II: Experimental Results
Authors:
Dr. Olga Ibryaeva, South Urals State University, Russian Federation
Dr. Pavel Taraneko, South Urals State University, Russian Federation
Dr. Michael Tombs, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Dr. Feibiao Zhou, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Prof. Manus Henry, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Hour:17:40
Title:Vision-based UAV detection and tracking using motion signatures
Authors:
Mr. Pedro Alexandre Prates, Fct/Unl, Portugal
Mr. Ricardo Mendonça, Cts-Uninova, Portugal
Mr. André Lourenço, Cts-Uninova, Portugal
Mr. Francisco Marques, Cts-Uninova, Portugal
Mr. J.P Matos-Carvalho, Cts-Uninova, Portugal
Prof. José Barata, Cts-Uninova, Portugal

DI GD1 - Gala Dinner [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: PK - Palkin
Day: Thursday 17th of May
Hour: 18:30
Duration: 210 minutes
 

Friday 18th of May

TT-ESA FM1 - TT ICPS Education and Social Aspects [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1221 - Turing
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 08:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Luis Miguel Pinho

Papers

Hour:08:30
Title:Social ethics in Internet of Things:An outline and review
Authors:
Mr. Amin Shahraki, Østfold University College, Norway
Prof. ØYstein Haugen, Østfold University College, Norway

Hour:08:50
Title:Interaction between Education and Business in Digital Era
Authors:
Prof. Irina Makarova, Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation
Dr. Ksenia Shubenkova, Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation
Dr. Polina Buyvol, Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation
Dr. Vadim Mavrin, Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation
Dr. Eduard Mukhametdinov, Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation

Hour:09:10
Title:eNDUSTRIE 4.0 - A Future-Technologies Qualification Network for Local Businesses
Authors:
Mr. Stefan Wilker, TU Wien - Institute of Computer Technology, Austria
Mr. Marcus Meisel, TU Wien - Institute of Computer Technology, Austria
Dr. Albert Treytl, Danube University Krems - Center for Integrated Sensor Systems, Austria
Prof. Thilo Sauter, TU Wien - Institute of Computer Technology, Austria
Prof. Thilo Sauter, Danube University Krems - Center for Integrated Sensor Systems, Austria
Dr. Michael Rathmair, TU Wien - Institute of Computer Technology, Austria
Ms. Susanne Schidler, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Austria
Mr. Kurt Leonhartsberger, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Austria
Ms. Bettina Frantes, Sonnenplatz Großschönau GmbH, Austria

Hour:09:30
Title:Competences of Cyber Physical Systems Engineers - Survey Results
Authors:
Mrs. Elena Mäkiö-Marusik, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Bilal Ahmad, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Prof. Robert Harrison, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Prof. Armando Walter Colombo, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Prof. Juho Mäkiö, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany

Hour:09:50
Title:Towards The Deployment Of Cloud Robotics At Factory Shop Floors: A Prototype For Smart Material Handling
Authors:
Mr. Ali Hussnain, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Borja Ramis Ferrer, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Jose Luis Martinez Lastra, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Hour:10:10
Title:Development of a Machining Monitoring and Chatter Suppression Device
Authors:
Prof. Wei-chen Lee, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Mr. Hsu-cheng Cheng, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Mr. Ching-Chih Wei, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

TT-TEC FM2 - TT ICPS Technologies [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 08:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Patrice Wira

Papers

Hour:08:30
Title:Robust Output Control for Nonlinear MIMO Plants using Modified Backstepping Algorithm
Authors:
Mr. Sergey Vrazhevsky, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Igor Furtat, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Artem Kremlev, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:08:50
Title:A methodology for creating reusable ontologies
Authors:
Mr. Thomas Frühwirth, TU Wien, Austria
Dr. Lukas Krammer, Siemens AG Oesterreich, Austria
Dr. Wolfgang Kastner, TU Wien, Austria

Hour:09:10
Title:Sensitivity Analysis on a Neural Network for Analyzing the Camber in Hot Rolling Process.
Authors:
Mr. Min Su Kim, Postech, Korea (South)
Prof. PooGyeon Park, Postech, Korea (South)

Hour:09:30
Title:Data-Driven and Model-Based Design
Authors:
Prof. Stavros Tripakis, Aalto University, Finland

Hour:09:50
Title:Semantical support for a CPS data marketplace to prepare Big Data analytics in smart manufacturing environments
Authors:
Mr. Kevin Nagorny, ATB - Institut für angewandte Systemtechnik Bremen GmbH, Germany
Mr. Matthias Ruhl, Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics of the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Mr. Sebastian Scholze, ATB - Institut für angewandte Systemtechnik Bremen GmbH, Germany
Prof. Armando Walter Colombo, Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics of the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany

Hour:10:10
Title:Design of a flexible robot cell demonstrator based on CPPS concepts and technologies
Authors:
Mr. André Hennecke, SmartFactoryKL, Germany
Prof. Martin Ruskowski, Dfki, Germany

TT-APP FM3 - TT ICPS Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 08:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 

Papers

Hour:08:30
Title:A novel way of efficient adaption of orthopaedic braces using 3D technology
Authors:
Mr. Paul Steffen Kleppe, NTNU Aalesund, Norway
Dr. Andreas Fagerhaug Dalen, Aalesund General Hospital, Norway
Mr. Webjørn Rekdalsbakken, NTNU Aalesund, Norway

Hour:08:50
Title:Big Data Analytics in Smart Mobility: Modeling and Analysis of the Aarhus Smart City Dataset
Authors:
Mr. Johannes Zenkert, University of Siegen, Germany
Dr. Mareike Dornhöfer, University of Siegen, Germany
Mr. Christian Weber, University of Siegen, Germany
Mr. Charly Ngoukam, University of Siegen, Germany
Prof. Madjid Fathi, University of Siegen, Germany

Hour:09:10
Title:Case Study on Human-Free Water Heaters Production for Industry 4.0
Authors:
Mr. Oleg I. Borisov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Vladislav S. Gromov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey A. Kolyubin, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Anton A. Pyrkin, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Nikolay Y. Dema, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Vladimir I. Salikhov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Igor V. Petranevsky, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Alexey O. Klyunin, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey V. Shavetov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Prof. Alexey A. Bobtsov, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:09:30
Title:A Component Framework as an Enabler for Industrial Cyber Physical Systems
Authors:
Mr. Luis Neto, Isr-P, Portugal
Prof. Anders L. Madsen, Hugin Expert A/S, Denmark
Dr. Nicolaj Søndberg-Jeppesen, Hugin Expert A/S, Denmark
Mr. Ricardo Silva, Isr-P, Portugal
Mr. João Reis, Isr-P, Portugal
Prof. Gil Gonçalves, Isr-P, Portugal

Hour:09:50
Title:Prism Signal Processing for Machine Condition Monitoring I: Design and Simulation
Authors:
Prof. Manus Henry, Oxford University, United Kingdom
Mr. Vladimir Sinitsin, South Ural State University, Russian Federation

Hour:10:10
Title:Prism Signal Processing for Machine Condition Monitoring II: Experimental Data and Fault Detection
Authors:
Prof. Manus Henry, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Mr. Vladimir Sinitsin, South Ural State University, Russian Federation

SS07 FM4 - SS Interoperability Challenges for the Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1220 - Tesla
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 08:30
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Jerker Delsing
Pal Varga

Papers

Hour:08:30
Title:Supporting IoT Semantic Interoperability with Autonomic Computing
Authors:
Mr. An Ngoc Lam, Østfold University College, Norway
Prof. ØYstein Haugen, Østfold University College, Norway

Hour:08:50
Title:Towards Hybrid Wired-Wireless Networks in Industrial Applications
Authors:
Mrs. Lisa Underberg, TU Dortmund University, Germany
Mr. Steven Dietrich, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany
Prof. Rüdiger Kays, TU Dortmund University, Germany
Prof. Gerhard Fohler, Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany

Hour:09:10
Title:An AAA Solution for Securing Industrial IoT Devices using Next Generation Access Control
Authors:
Mrs. Katyayani Kiranmayee Kolluru, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Ms. Cristina Paniagua, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Jan van Deventer, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Jens Eliasson, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Jerker Delsing, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Rance J DeLong, The Open Group, United Kingdom

Hour:09:30
Title:Interacting with the Arrowhead Local Cloud: On-boarding Procedure
Authors:
Mr. Ani Bicaku, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Ms. Silia Maksuti, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Mr. Csaba Hegedus, AITIA International Inc, Hungary
Prof. Markus Tauber, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Prof. Jerker Delsing, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Jens Eliasson, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:09:50
Title:Monitoring Industry 4.0 Applications for Security and Safety Standard Compliance
Authors:
Mr. Ani Bicaku, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Mr. Christoph Schmittner, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Prof. Markus Tauber, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Prof. Jerker Delsing, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:10:10
Title:Secure and Trusted Inter-Cloud Communications in the Arrowhead Framework
Authors:
Mr. Csaba Hegedus, AITIA International Inc., Hungary
Dr. Pal Varga, AITIA International Inc., Hungary
Mr. Attila Franko, AITIA International Inc., Hungary

DM TR2 - Diakont [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: TT - Technical Tours
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 210 minutes
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 10:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 

CE KS4 - Keynote Session: 1st Keynote of 4th Conference Day [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 11:00
Duration: 50 minutes
 
Keynote Speaker
Dr. Martin Gitsels

CE KS5 - Keynote Session: Cyber Physical System Activating Intelligent Manufacturing Paradigm Shift: Exemplary Best Practices [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 11:50
Duration: 50 minutes
 
Keynote Speaker
Prof. Ren Luo
 
Abstract- Industrial Cyber Physical System in revitalizing and strengthening the competitiveness of the manufacturing sector through digitalization, virtualization, network-based intelligent manufacturing systems has become an important world-wide national policy. Intelligent manufacturing is not merely automated factory, but it is an interactive links between manufacturers, end users, suppliers, with no time difference , no error for the entire value chain, under increased efficiency and flexibility at reduced cost.

To achieve the goal of mass customization, highly efficient productivity, autonomous decision and error prediction through enhanced horizontal and vertical system integration has become increased international competitiveness through sensory control(IaaS), networked platform (PaaS) and software services (SaaS).

In this talk, issues and approaches of the core spirits of Cyber Physical System Activating Intelligent Manufacturing Paradigm Shift which enabling new digital economy will be addressed. New insights are generated that can be used to offer industrial cyber physical services and its exemplary best practices will also be presented.
 

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: LU - Lunch
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 12:40
Duration: 50 minutes
 

IF F1 - Industry Forum: Industrial standards for sensor networks harmonization with IIoT/ICPS [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 13:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Victor Huang

IoT devices and applications are appearing every day, making it difficult to track all of them in different IoT domains.

One important aspect of IoT is the connectivity of all relevant things in IoT domains, like devices in homes, in factories, in Smart Cities; in particular, global connectivity. For example, IoT enables you to monitor the status, diagnose and control production processes and devices in a factory remotely from geographical distances. This is where and sensors and actuators comes into the picture in IoT.

There are many standardized protocols and interfaces, whether they are SDO standards, like IEEE, ISO or IEC standards, or consortium standards, just to name a few. It is hard for users to buy IoT devices or systems from different vendors and easily interconnect them in an interoperable manner, enabling them the sharing of data easily. If IoT devices do have standardized interfaces, it is important to have them compliant to standards, achieving device interoperability from different vendors. For example, like WiFi Alliance or Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group), etc., so you can buy those devices and trust them to be “Plug and Play” or “Plug and Work”.

IF F2 - Industry Forum: Software defined manufacturing: how AI will shape industrial production [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 14:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Rodion Shishkov

Today hardware production is becoming automated and robotized. However the value generation chain has not changed since mid 20th century. Design is still very much separated from technologies, technologies are separated from infrastructure.

With current state of IT what was suggested by cybernetics decades ago is now possible.

Application of AI gives us an opportunity to reimagine the whole production process from design to manufacturing making it as flexible as contemporary software development practices. It means combining design, technology planning and infrastructure adjustment into short collaborative iterations, which leads to faster times to market for the products. In this way it is possible to bring custom made products at the price level of mass produced. These products will be manufactured on demand on a distributed infrastructure and instantly delivered to its customers.

IF F3 - Industry Forum: Intelligent Business Development System for High-tech Industrial Enterprise [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 14:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Mikhail Uvarov

The present time realities give new challenges to the business management, to the operational level as well as to the strategic. The basic technologies of Industry 4.0 can become a tool that can provide the stable growth for a high-tech enterprise. The medium high-tech enterprise from Russia, Diakont JSC, had formed its approach to the intelligent business management based on the intellectual technologies of Industry 4.0, and this approach is presented in the current speech.

IF F4 - Industry Forum: Multiscale Modeling and Simulation for ICPS [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 15:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Igor Volkov

The ICPS provides a close link and coordination between computing and physical resources. When developing such complex systems, new approaches to modeling based on the principles of system engineering are required (model based system engineering). To confirm the feasibility of each system requirement and early detection of design errors, it is necessary to apply modeling at each stage of development. We are talking about the role of PLM in the development of cyber-physical systems.

During the operation stages of ICPS due to the restriction of cognitive abilities of a person, there comes a time when a person is no longer able to cope with the amount of information required for making decisions. To the aid come models and analytical systems, allowing in automatic and semi-automatic mode to make management decisions. We are talking about the role of the digital twin in the operation of cyber-physical systems.

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CB - Coffee Break
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 30 minutes
 

SS01 FA1 - SS Bringing Cyber-Physical Systems into Industrial Practice [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1221 - Turing
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Armando Walter Colombo

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Streaming Data Analysis Framework for Cyber-Physical System of Metal Machining Processes
Authors:
Prof. Chao-Lung Yang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Mr. Hendri Sutrisno, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Prof. Nai-Wei Lo, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Mr. Zhi-Xuan Chen, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Mr. Ching-Chih Wei, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Mr. Han-Wei Zhang, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Prof. Chin-Teng Lin, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Dr. Chen-Lung Wei, Precision Machinery Research and Development Center, Taiwan
Mr. Shang-Heng Hsieh, CIMFORCE International Limited, Taiwan

Hour:16:20
Title:Accented Visualization by Augmented Reality for Smart Manufacturing Aplications
Authors:
Mrs. Anastasia Khorina, Russian, Russian Federation
Prof. Anton Ivashenko, Russian, Russian Federation
Dr. Pavel Sitnikov, Russian, Russian Federation

Hour:16:40
Title:Design and Feasibility Study of Health Related Devices using COTS Components
Authors:
Ms. Rizwan Parveen, BITS Pilani, India
Mr. Shubham Pradhan, BITS Pilani, India
Prof. Neena Goveas, BITS Pilani, India

Hour:17:00
Title:Apache Camel based implementation of an Industrial Middleware solution
Authors:
Mr. Frederik Gosewehr, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Mr. Jeffrey Wermann, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Mr. Waldemar Borsych, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Prof. Armando Walter Colombo, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany

Hour:17:20
Title:Workflow Management for Edge Driven Manufacturing System
Authors:
Mr. Hasan Derhamy, Luleå tekniska universitet, Sweden
Mr. Mattias Andersson, Volvo Trucks Corporation, Sweden
Prof. Jens Eliasson, Luleå tekniska universitet, Sweden
Prof. Jerker Delsing, Luleå tekniska universitet, Sweden

SS05 FA2 - SS Applications of Energy Harvesting to ICPS [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1222 - Unimate
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Andrey Somov

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Wireless Power Transfer to the Sensors Integrated in a Wall
Authors:
Mr. Alexey Filimonov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation
Dr. Andrey Somov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation

Hour:16:20
Title:An Electromagnetic In-shoe Energy Harvester Using Wave Springs
Authors:
Dr. Dibin Zhu, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Ms. Itzayana Duarte-Rabelo, Technical University of Querétaro, Mexico
Dr. Ivo Ayala-Garcia, Technical University of Querétaro, Mexico
Dr. Andrey Somov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russian Federation

Hour:16:40
Title:A battery-free non-intrusive power meter for low-cost energy monitoring
Authors:
Ms. Giorgia Dalpiaz, University of Trento, Italy
Mr. Alessandro Longo, University of Trento, Italy
Dr. Matteo Nardello, University of Trento, Italy
Dr. Roberto Passerone, University of Trento, Italy
Dr. Davide Brunelli, University of Trento, Italy

TT-APP FA3 - TT ICPS Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: 1223 - Modicon
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 16:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Anton Pyrkin

Papers

Hour:16:00
Title:Cyber-Physical Systems for Construction Industry
Authors:
Prof. Fabiano Correa, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hour:16:20
Title:Decomposition of Power System State Estimation Problem as a Method to Tackle Cyberattacks
Authors:
Dr. Irina Kolosok, Melentiev Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation
Dr. Elena Korkina, Melentiev Energy Systems Institute, Russian Federation

Hour:16:40
Title:Trajectory control in presence of disturbances and moving obstacles without velocity measure
Authors:
Mr. Aleksandr Krasnov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey Chepinskiy, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Jian Wang, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Mrs. Huimin Liu, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Yifan Chen, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Segrey Kholunin, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:17:00
Title:Trajectory control without velocity measure under influence of disturbances
Authors:
Mr. Aleksandr Krasnov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Sergey Chepinskiy, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Jian Wang, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Mrs. Huimin Liu, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Yifan Chen, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Kirill Artemov, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:17:20
Title:Connected Cars - Threats, Vulnerabilities and their Impact
Authors:
Ms. Stefanie Strobl, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Mr. David Hofbauer, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Mr. Christoph Schmittner, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Mrs. Silia Maksuti, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Austria
Prof. Markus Tauber, Luleå University of Applied Sciences Burgenlandof Technology, Austria
Prof. Jerker Delsing, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:17:40
Title:Diffie-Hellman Process for Enhancing Security in Vehicular Communication Networks
Authors:
Dr. Ilias Panagiotopoulos, Department of Telematics and Informatics, Harokopio University of Athens, Greece
Prof. George Dimitrakopoulos, Department of Telematics and Informatics, Harokopio University of Athens, Greece

CE CC1 - Theatre Performance [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: 1216 - Watt
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 18:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 

DI FR1 - Farewell Reception [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: CT - Canteen
Day: Friday 18th of May
Hour: 20:10
Duration: 110 minutes