1st Edition

Cyber Physical System 2.0 Communication and Computational Technologies

Edited By Amitkumar Vidyakant Jha, Bhargav Appasani Copyright 2025
    456 Pages 89 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    The book covers the emerging communication and computational technologies for future cyber-physical systems, discusses the security of in-vehicle communication protocols using automotive embedded systems, presenting an in-depth analysis across various domains such as manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, and smart cities.

    This book:

    • Discusses how communication and computing co-design provides dynamic adaptability and centralized control.        
    • Presents the convergence of physical and digital realities within the Metaverse and Multiverse, setting the stage for the future of Cyber-Physical-Social Systems (CPSS)
    • Presents emerging communication and computational technologies such as 6G, software defined networking, cloud computing, blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual reality, and blockchain for the design and implementation of cyber-physical systems.
    • Explores advanced topics such as security and privacy in industrial CPS, strategies for protecting serial industrial networks, and enhancing firmware update security in automotive systems.                          

    It is primarily written for senior undergraduate, graduate students, and academic researchers in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, computer science and engineering, and information technology.                                                                                                 

    1.     Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems 2.0: Evolution, Technologies, and Challenges

    Muhammad Usman Tariq

    2.     Communication and Computing Co-design under Imperfect Channel Conditions for Control and Scheduling in CPS 2.0

    Yifei Qiu, Shaohua Wu, Ying Wang, and Qinyu Zhang

    3.     Software-Defined Networking in Cyber-Physical Systems: Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities

    Chekwube Ezechi, Mobayode O. Akinsolu, Abimbola O. Sangodoyin, Folahanmi T. Akinsolu, and Wilson Sakpere

    4.     Toward Future Metasystems: From Today’s CPS to Tomorrow’s Cyber-Physical-Social Systems in the Emerging Metaverse

    Minoo Soltanshahi, Nika Hosseini, and Martin Maier

    5.     Healthcare Cyber-Physical System for Smart Cities: Implementation, Challenges and Solution

    K Hemant Kumar Reddy, Manjula Gururaj Rao, and Diptendu Sinha Roy

    6.     Enabling Smart Manufacturing Through Cloud Computing and Cyber-Physical Systems

    Isaac O. Olalere

    7.     An open architecture for Cyber-physical systems 2.0 from a holonic perspective for application in sustainable manufacturing

    Ávila-Gutiérrez, M.J., and Aguayo-González, F.

    8.     AI model generation methodology and software architecture for CPS 2.0 manufacturing systems

    Ander Garcia,, Telmo Fernández De Barrena, and Juan Luis Ferrando

    9.     Cyber-Physical System Formulations for Health Monitoring-Informed Bridge Infrastructure Assets

    Ekin Ozer, Maria Q. Feng, Serdar Soyoz, and Paul Fanning

    10.  Security and Privacy in Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems: Concerns, Challenges, and Countermeasures

    Yuchen Jiang, Jilun Tian, Shimeng Wu, Hao Luo, Tianyi Gao, and Shen Yin

    11.  Strategies for Protecting Serial (Non-IP) Industrial Networks in Cyber-Physical Systems 2.0

    Ralf Luis de Moura, Tiago Tadeu Wirtti, Filipe Andersonn Teixeira da Silveira, Rodrigo Rosetti Binda, and Brenda Aurora Pires Moura

    12.  Enhancing the Security of Firmware Over-the-Air Updates in Automotive Cyber-Physical System

    Rachana Y. Patil, Yogesh H. Patil, Asmita Manna, and Manjiri Ranjanikar

    13.  Advanced Computational Techniques for Improving Resilience of Critical Energy Infrastructure under Cyber-Physical Attacks

    Nawaf Nazir, Sai Pushpak Nandanoori, Thanh Long Vu, Sayak Mukerjee, Soumya Kundu, and Veronica Adetola

    Biography

    Amitkumar V. Jha received M. Tech degree from Indian Institute of Industrial Technology Guwahati, India and Ph.D. degree from Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), Bhubaneswar, India. He works as an assistant professor at KIIT since 2015. He has authored more than 40 articles in international journals, and conference proceedings. He has also authored 3 book chapters published by Springer and Elsevier. He has edited a book with titled "Metamaterials for Microwave and Terahertz Applications: Absorbers, Sensors and Filters" which is available at 10.52305/APHY8244. His research interest includes smart grid, communication network, optimization, etc. He is reviewer of several journals such as e-Prime, IEEE Access, IEEE System Journal, IEEE IoT, Wireless Personal Communication, International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy System, Energies, Mathematics, etc.; and he is editor of Journal of Computer Networks and Communications. He is also a member of many professional organizations such as Indian Science Congress, International Association of Engineers, World Leadership Academy, etc.

    Bhargav Appasani received the Ph.D. (Engg.) degree from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, India. He is currently an Associate Professor with the School of Electronics Engineering, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India. He has published more than 140 articles in international journals and conference proceedings. He has also published six book chapters with reputed international publishers. He has also authored a book with a publication of international repute and is currently editing two more books. He also has a patent filed to his credit. He is an academic editor of the Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (Hindawi) and reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, and IEEE Access. Dr. Appasani has taught many courses such as machine learning, data structure algorithm, microwave, control system, etc. for several years. His research interests include optimization, AI, metamaterials, communication system, etc.