Peter Priller received his Dipl.Ing. (MSc.) in Electrical Engineering from the TU Graz, Austria, in 1993. He started at an RFID startup in ASIC development (analog and digital hardware design). In 1997 he moved to AVL Graz and worked in various positions from software development to system architecture / real-time systems to software project management. The focus is on automotive/industrial control systems that achieve reliability, modularity and time determinism, with a special focus on (real-time) communication networks. In 2013 he joined AVL ITS Global Research and Technology Management, where he works as Principal Technology Scout for Embedded Systems. He works in several research collaborations and projects focusing on (1) reliable cyberphysical systems, (2) heterogeneous networking systems (fieldbus, industrial/automotive Ethernet, vehicle networks), (3) wireless communication systems in industrial environments (WSN, mobile radio) and in automotive applications (V2X) and combines these aspects in (I)IoT-based systems.
Mr. Priller has been involved in many national and European research projects, including ARROWHEAD, DEWI, SCOTT, EMC2, PRODUCTIVE4.0. He is co-chair of WG9 (Smart Mobility) in AIOTI and holds several patents in the field of real-time control and measurement systems. Peter Priller is guest lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences (FH CAMPUS02 Graz) and the Graz University of Technology (TUG); for more details see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Peter_Priller
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