Integrated design for tackling safety and security challenges of smart products and digital manufacturing

Andreas Riel, Christian Josef Kreiner, Georg Macher, Richard Messnarz

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Abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the key facilitator for digital manufacturing (Industry 4.0, Cyber-physical Systems), as well as for smart, intelligent products, services and processes. In the IoT, increasingly many product and process functions become safety-critical and exposed to IT security attacks. This adds tremendous complexity to product and process design, which this paper shows by using the automotive sector as a particularly challenging example. The article proposes a new logic and method for tackling the major challenges of design for functional safety and IT security which is essentially based on reducing the design solutions’ complexities by integration.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages4
JournalCIRP annals
DOIs
StatusPublished - 24 Apr 2017

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Product design
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Keywords

  • Design
  • Integration
  • Safety

Fields of Expertise

  • Mobility & Production
  • Information, Communication & Computing

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Integrated design for tackling safety and security challenges of smart products and digital manufacturing. / Riel, Andreas; Kreiner, Christian Josef; Macher, Georg; Messnarz, Richard.

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Riel, Andreas ; Kreiner, Christian Josef ; Macher, Georg ; Messnarz, Richard. / Integrated design for tackling safety and security challenges of smart products and digital manufacturing. In: CIRP annals. 2017
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