Because of the intense use of cyber-physical systems, among others, these sectors can be benefit from our platform:
Trains include increasingly more intelligence, and therefore software, in their systems. For example, the brake control software.
This is a traditional sector in the development of critical software for cyber-physical systems whose software content continues to rise. For example, the software to control the airplane engines.
This sector is a point of reference with regards to its volume of sofware. For example, the software to manage electric batteries in hybrid and electric cars.
Energy generation, transport and storage systems are controlled by a high volume of cyber-physical software. Examples are wind energy control software, or the software that controls energy distribution through the electrical grid.
This is a sector where the demand of cyber-physical software is increasing, especially in the area of medical components and equipment. These industries are embedding a higher degree of intelligence in developed systems, and because of that they must face up to complex software development and high security standards. For example, the software that controls surgery robots, or the one controlling a defibrillator.
Industry 4.0 involves modernizing an infraestructure based on sensors, electronics, etc… and software is key for coordinating and providing intelligence to production systems. Advanced manufacturing is experiencing an explosion in the quantity of embedded software, so easing its development will remove barriers for the transformation towards Industry 4.0. For example, control software of robots involved in production processes, or the artificial vision software integrated into such systems for tasks such as anomaly detection, etc.
These are only a few examples of domains where software for cyber-physical systems is undergoing a high level of demand. But the need spans industry sectors and therefore the technology will find use in many other domains.