We have been traditionally involved in the Budapest Startup Safary already. This year Ákos Horváth, leader of the Hungarian consortium will give a talk about progression of the OpenCPS project. Just after the technical meeting in Budapest it is going to be a fresh and current topic. Be among the first who have the latest news about the model-based engineering of cyber-physical systems!
OpenCPS project is coming to its end. This multidisciplinary European ITEA3 research project including 18 partners representing universities, research institutes, and industries from Sweden, France, Finland, and Hungary, focuses on interoperability between the Modelica/Unified Modeling Language (UML)/Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) standards, improved (co-)simulation execution speed, and verified code generation.
See you in the LogMeIn’s office (Andrássy way 9, Budapest) on 19 April from 6 pm!
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