Industrial Software Systems

The ABB Corporate Research program Industrial Software Systems (ISS) supports ABB product development units with world-class expertise in information/software technology, software engineering, and computer science in making effective use of novel information technologies and in applying state-of-the-art software engineering methods in order to build products that are attractive to ABB customers.

The Industrial Software Systems program fulfills its mission of ensuring ABB competitiveness and technology leadership through projects in four research areas:
  • Software engineering creates methods and tools to increase quality and reduce cost of ABB internal software development.
  • Software architecture researches new ways of designing, building, and maintaining complex software systems over multi-decade lifecycles.
  • IT systems architecture explores the usage of secure and highly scalable HW/SW systems composed of ABB as well as COTS/FOSS subsystems for information processing and analysis.
  • Human-computer interaction investigates user experience and situational awareness in the context of industrial systems.

The ISS program team in five locations worldwide (Västeras/SE, Raleigh/US, Bangalore/IN, Ladenburg/DE, Baden/CH), works with software development units across all ABB divisions and geographic areas. Interdisciplinary projects are executed in collaboration with other ABB Corporate Research programs as well as partners in universities.

Last edited 2013-07-10
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