IncQuery Labs at the first EMBrACE plenary meeting

The environment for model-based rigorous adaptive co-design and operation of CPS project organized its plenary meeting.
November 13, 2020

IncQuery Labs is participating in the Environment for model-based rigorous adaptive co-design and operation of CPS (EMBrACE) project.

The long-term goal of the project is to help representatives of different disciplines and tool vendors connect by designing a common requirement language and methodology for the co-design of large-scale cyber-physical systems. IncQuery Labs takes part in a SysML oriented working group amongst with the Reuse Company and a group of experts from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. The working group works closely with Saab, to provide enhanced support for simulation during the development of aircraft, which is one of the main demonstrator projects of EMBrACE.

At the end of October, the first semiannual plenary meeting of the project was organized online. The goal of this event was to give an overall status of the project, analyze the progress and biggest challenges based on the report feedbacks and discuss upcoming milestones. Essential information was shared amongst all the  members of EMBrACE with the aim of helping further collaboration in the future.

The event was a great way to prepare for the upcoming first annual review meeting of EMBrACE that will be on the 28th January.  

The next plenary meeting will be held at the end of March 2021.

Project no. 2019-2.1.1-EUREKA-2019-00001 has been implemented with the support provided from the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund of Hungary, financed under the [2019-2.1.1-EUREKA-2019-00001] funding scheme.

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