Konferenz mit Publikum
Nov. 29, 2017 – Fraunhofer FOKUS

Software Quality in an increasingly networked environment

Smart home applications, highly automated manufacturing processes or self-driving cars are just a few examples of the development of new services based on the extensive networking of “things”.

The increasing distribution of networked systems demands high security and quality assurance standards for these services. Challenges arise, among other things, through the frequently changing environments in which networked systems are used, as well as through the combination of known and unknown communication partners (“things”).

The ASQF Quality Day 2017 addresses these challenges the under the title “Software Quality in an increasingly networked environment”. Representatives from science, industry and government will discuss about software quality assurance in an increasingly networked environment. The ASQF Quality Day is hosted by Fraunhofer FOKUS and ASQF e. V.

Program - 29.11.2017

09:00: Greeting

09:15: Keynote IBM, Wei Wei: “Internet of Things: Standards and Implementation – IBM Watson IoT”

            Abstract: This presentation shows how different IoT applications can be implemented using IBM
            Watson IoT platform which is a cloud based IoT platform. This platform uses a set of open
            standards and open sources. Block chain is a part of the platform to ensure the appropriate level of
            security & privacy and to manage IoT devices more effectively and efficiently.

10:00: World Café

10:45: Break

11:00: Axel Rennoch (Fraunhofer FOKUS): “Automation in the IoT- TestLab”

11:30: Nils Balkow-Tychsen (Telefónica NEXT – Geeny.io): “Implementing test strategies – a cloud platform
            for the Internet of Things in a start-up environment”

            Abstract: Based on an experience report, this lecture presents a strategy for the quality assurance
            of an IoT cloud platform. It is about how to create the basis for quality assurance. In addition,
            possibilities and tools for the realization of test strategies will be presented.

12:00: Andreas Bartsch (eXept Software AG): “Concept for end-to-end tests of networked systems”

12:30: Lunch and tour through the IoT-Laboratory

14:00: Walk the Talk

14:40: Armin Metzger (ASQF e.V.): “IoT needs security”

15:10: Peter M. Kruse (Assystem Germany): “Securing and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)”

15:40: Break

16:00: Fishbowl

16:45: Summary and end of the event

17:00: Get together