I have collaborated with Stephen Clements, Dave McKee, Jie Xu and Richard Romano from the University of Leeds and D. Batterby from Jaguar Land Rover in a paper that will presented in the IEEE2017 Systems of Systems Conference.
The paper "The Internet of Simulation:enabling Agile model Based Systems Engineering for Cyber-physical systems", explains how the expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) has resulted in a complex cyber-physical system of systems that is continually evolving. With ever more complex systems being developed and changed there has been an increasing reliance on simulation as a vital part of the design process. There is also a growing need for simulation integration and co-simulation in order to analyse the complex interactions between system components. To this end, in the paper, we propose that the Internet of Simulation (IoS), as an extension of IoT, can be used to meet these needs, using IoS as a lever to do a simulation based system engineering of CPS.
If you are interested in collaborating with us in the development of the IoS, please contact me at email@example.com. You can also contact directly with my colleagues at the University of Leeds that will be there in case you are fortunate to travel to Hawaii to attend the conference.
The Internet of Simulations is related to many of the main tech trends for 2017 as identified by InfoWorld Magazine
Look at this very interesting article at Infoworld magazine, one of the most recognized specialized publications in identifying tech trends early.
In this article, InfoWorld identifies 11 technologies that will disrupt the current IT approaches. It is funny that they identify many cutting-edge technologies already related to the Internet of Simulations:
Finally, the article, highlights as the most important trend in 2017 the merging of emerging disruptives technologies that will increase the value proposition ([...], when joined, [the disparate technologies] are ,much more that the sum of their parts). Just the same concept as IoS!
IoS converges the latest cloud, IoT, simulation & data exchange technologies in one integrated solution that will allow to use simulations in new exciting and yet unknown ways
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