Enhanced Safety and Reliability for IoE-based Smart Autonomous Systems

With the accelerated spread of Internet-of-Things (IoT) based cyber-physical systems and ubiquitous sensor data in different fields, there is an inherent need of automation. However, success of such systems largely depends on the operational reliability and efficiency. The functional correctness, efficiency and safety of embedded systems play a crucial role, especially where humans or other living beings are involved in the loop. By employing smart, adaptive and intelligent design techniques, it is possible to ensure that unpredicted and hazardous incidents are prevented or their effects are diminished. This research aims to take a deeper look into the design approaches of underlying embedded systems in terms of the aforementioned aspects within an autonomous system environment to enhance overall system safety and reliability.


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