To demonstrate the possibilities and benefits of model driven engineering, the ICT Group developed a demonstrator using the 24 V factory simulation of FisherTechniek. The control software has been written in Dezyne, a model driven technology produced by Verum Software Tools. ICT created a digital twin of the factory using Prespective, a tool easing the creation of such models from CAD drawings and produced by Unit040. In this talk, we reflect about our experiences in developing and applying these different models.
Julien Schmaltz is principal consultant at ICT Group where he is guiding customers in the digitalisation of their software engineering process. He holds a PhD degree in electrical engineering from the University of Grenoble, France. Before joining ICT, he was associate professor in Computer Science at the Eindhoven University of Technology where he conducted research and education in the field of model driven engineering with applications to hardware and software systems. In cooperation with universities, he is actively engaged in facilitating the transfer of technology created by academic research to the market through cooperation with students and spin-off companies.