Dynamic Architecture Monitoring
Regaining control over complex service architectures interacting with third party solutions
Cyberphysical systems – e.g trains– are regulated by network rules but also interact with external applications and the system’s users. As a result, the hardware and software elements in these systems have limited “self-control”.
Uncontrolled third-party services cause issues with performance, protocol and authentication, leading IT and software companies involved to spend time and resources to reverse engineer service interactions.
The DynAMo project aims to put control back into the hands of the software developer by modeling service behavior, detecting anomalies and enforcing operational states in a ‘digital twin’ environment.
The DynAMo project was co-funded by imec and by Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre is an international research & development organization, active in the fields of nanoelectronics and digital technologies.
The imec.icon research program is a successful formula for demand-driven, cooperative research on hardware-, software- and combined hardware/software innovations.
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