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Cyber-Physical Infrastructure in context: Making sense of the technology landscape

Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

Publication date15/02/2024
Number of pages6
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Policy makers and business leaders need a clear grasp of the rapidly evolving relationships between physical and digital networks and related investments, if they are to deliver productivity, growth, and value to society. The terminology that is growing up around these new technologies can become both complex and exclusive, making it hard to innovate and collaborate across these new and shifting technology, business, and language boundaries.
This document provides clear, concise explanations of the key domains that sit under the broad umbrella of Cyber-Physical Infrastructure (CPI) : networks of interconnected physical and digital systems that are capable of collecting, analysing, and exchanging data in real-time.