Using Digital Twins to Create and Manage Complex Distributed Control Systems
Modern smart systems are incredibly complicated. Building a digital twin of the system allows engineers to ensure that it works correctly and root out many problems before it is installed.
The internet of things promises a connected world where we can access and control every object around us. But actually building these interconnected systems is a massive challenge.
Publication in ERCIM news by Jacques Verriet, Jack Sleuters and Richard Doornbos (TNO-ESI).
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OpenAIS - integrating lighting into the Internet of Things
OpenAIS project completed after successful validation of IPv6 based lighting controls. ESI was one of the partners in this project.
SECREDAS Europe invests EURO 50 million in Secure and Safe Automated Systems
69 partners working together to develop future technologies focused on security, safety and privacy across multiple application domains
New ESI partner: University of Twente
On 22 March 2018 ESI has had the pleasure of welcoming Twente University in its Partner Board as new member.
3rd ESI-IESE industrial Workshop
Venue of the 3rd ESI-IESE workshop was the inspiring John Deere European Technology Center.
CSD&M Paris 2018
CSD&M Paris 2018: Products & Services Development in a Digital World Complex Systems Design & Management (CSD&M) conference Date: December 18-19, 2018 Venue: Paris (France) Paper: A Domain Model-Centric Approach for the Development of Large-Scale Office Lighting Systems. Authors: Richard Doornbos, Bas Huijbrechts, Jack Sleuters, Jacques Verriet, Kristina Ševo, Mark Verberkt.
ECS brokerage event
A networking event for finding potential partners for your project idea. The ECS Brokerage Event combines the brokerage activities of the industry associations AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS into one networking event dedicated to project proposals in the field of Electronic Components and Systems. Date: January 15-16, 2019 Venue: Brussels, Belgium
Dé conferentie voor Nederlands ICT onderzoek Organization: NWO Date: March 19, 2019 Venue: Gooiland, Hilversum (NL)
ESI symposium 2019
Theme: Intelligence – the next challenge in system complexity? Date: april 9, 2019 Venue: Eindhoven (NL)
ENABLE-S3 Final event
Presentation Key results of ENABLE-S3 project Date: 15-16 May 2019 Venue: Graz, Austria
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TNO offers you the chance to do groundbreaking work and help customers with innovative, practical and smart solutions. And all that with an attractive benefits package.
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