CPSd-objectives

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CPS^d: Workshop on Cyber Physical Systems for Developing Nations
  • To introduce the area of CPS to the engineering and computer science community in Pakistan and the region.
  • To highlight key challenges faced by the developing world and the CPS approaches that can solve them.
  • To introduce key concepts and methods of feedback control systems to researchers in diverse fields.
  • To serve as a platform for networking and collaboration on CPS research in the developing world.
  • To highlight the importance of developing world problems to leaders in CPS research.
  • To highlight new application areas and avenues of collaborations amongst diverse disciplines.
  • To introduce relevant themes in embedded systems, digital control, networked sensing, smart grids, robotics, automation etc.
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