The objective of the OMiLAB-Rob project is to integrate conceptual models (which are constructed by humans for humans) with cyber-physical systems. Thereby, the focus is to enable a knowledge-based understanding of "smart" models by machines. To facilitate the engineering of these systems, the OMiLAB-Rob project provices a physical and virtual environment, where experiments validate the integration of conceptual models and cyber-physical systems. In a continuous cycle, the experiments' results are used to refine the necessary methods.
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