Safety-critical cyber-physical systems robust against malicious attacks
Cyber-physical systems are engineered systems that are built from, and depend on, the seamless integration of computation and physical components. They have become the core components of several safety-critical applications, including smart grid, autonomous automobile systems, medical monitoring, robotics systems and automatic pilot avionics. Due to the criticalness of the applications in which they are deployed, they have become a ripe target for cyberattacks. The EU-funded ADMORPH project will implement a holistic approach towards enabling the safety and security of cyber-physical systems to detect and prevent potential attacks. The new fault-tolerant design approaches will enable cyber-physical systems to automatically reconfigure themselves in case of component failures and cyberattacks. Project methods will be tested in three use cases.
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