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The title of this paper is Experiences and Challenges from Developing Cyber-Physical Systems in Industry-Academia Collaboration and it was written by Johan Cederbladh, Romina Eramo, Vittoriano Muttillo, and me Per Erik Strandberg. It was published in the Wiley journal Software: Practice and Experience in January 2024 [1] .


Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) are increasing in developmental complexity. Several emerging technologies, such as Model-based engineering, DevOps, and Artificial intelligence, are expected to alleviate the associated complexity by introducing more advanced capabilities. The AIDOaRt research project investigates how the aforementioned technologies can assist in developing complex CPSs in various industrial use cases. In this paper, we discuss the experiences of industry and academia collaborating to improve the development of complex CPSs through the experiences in the research project. In particular, the paper presents the results of two working groups that examined the challenges of developing complex CPSs from an industrial and academic perspective when considering the previously mentioned technologies. We present five identified challenge areas from developing complex CPSs and discuss them from the perspective of industry and academia: data, modeling, requirements engineering, continuous software and system engineering, as well as intelligence and automation. Furthermore, we highlight practical experience in collaboration from the project via two explicit use cases and connect them to the challenge areas. Finally, we discuss some lessons learned through the collaborations, which might foster future collaborative efforts.

Keywords Cyber-Physical systems, Industry-academia Collaboration, Lessons learned, Challenges

Lessons learned

Towards the end we summarize a lessons learned in a Table:

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