Real-Time Embedded Systems
Real-time and networked embedded systems are crucial bridges between the physical and the information worlds in the ever growing embedded intelligence pervasiveness in industry, infrastructure, and in public and private spaces. They have been identified as society and economy emerging "neural systems", and as one of the next big concepts supporting societal changes and economic growth. Intelligence is increasingly embedded in everyday life connected objects, fostered by cost/performance improvements and by the spread to wider application fields of the specialized technologies and engineering disciplines once tightened in silo domains. While this process gradually builds the IoT, it starts to expose non trivial timing and other extra functional requirements and system properties, which are less common to typical computing.
This Special Issue is dedicated to the specificities of cyberphysical and real time embedded systems that are present both in traditional relevant application domains, such as industrial automation and control, energy management, automotive, aerospace and defense systems, as well as in emerging domains, such as in medical devices, household appliances, mobile multimedia, gaming, and entertainment systems.
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