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ARTEMIS-2011-1 Full Project Proposal Decisive

ARTEMIS Call 2011

ARTEMIS-2011-1



DECISIon and platform support for modelbased eVolutionary development of Embedded systems



Date of preparation: August 4, 2011

Version number (optional): 0.5

ARTEMIS Sub-programme addressed (see Annual Work Programme 2011 section 3.2)

Major: ASP1: Methods and processes for safety‐relevant embedded systems

Minor: ASP5: Computing platforms for embedded systems

Industrial Priority addressed see Annual Work Programme 2011 section 3.1)

Major: Design methods and tools

Minor: Reference designs and architectures

Name of the coordinating person: Frank van der Linden

e-mail: frank.van.der.linden@philips.com

List of participants:



Participant no. (1)

Participant organisation name

Part. short name

Country

ARTEMIS Member State

(Y/N)

Other EU Member or State/Ass. country

(Y/N)

National eligibility checked by applicant (Y/N) (2)


1 (Coordinator)

Philips Medical Systems Nederland BV

PHILIPS

NL

Y

N

Y

2

AVL List GmbH

AVL

AT

Y

N

Y

3

CISC Semiconductor Design+Consulting GmbH

CISC

AT

Y

N

Y

4

NXP Semiconductors Austria GmbH

NXP-A

AT

Y

N

Y

5

Technical University of Denmark

DTU

DK

Y

N

Y

6

PAJ Systemteknik

PAJ

DK

Y

N

Y

7

Contribyte Oy

COY

FI

Y

N

Y

8

Konecranes Heavy Lifting Corporation

Knr

FI

Y

N

Y

9

Mega Electronics Ltd

MEGA

FI

Y

N

Y

10

Nokia Siemens Networks

NSN

FI

Y

N

Y

11

Convergens Oy

CON

FI

Y

N

Y

12

University of Eastern Finland

UEF

FI

Y

N

Y

13

University of Oulu

UoO

FI

Y

N

Y

14

Technical Research Center of Finland

VTT

FI

Y

N

Y

15

Atego SAS

Atego

FR

Y

N

Y

16

Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives

CEA

FR

Y

N

Y

17

European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS France SAS

EADS

FR

Y

N

Y

18

Valeo

Valeo

FR

Y

N

Y

19

Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V.

BHL

DE

Y

N

Y

20

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

CAU

DE

Y

N

Y

21

Fraunhofer Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V.

FHG

DE

Y

N

Y

22

NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH

NXP-D

DE

Y

N

Y

23

Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A

CRF

IT

Y

N

Y

24

Computers Guard

CG

LV

Y

N

Y

25

Latvian Railway

LDZ

LV

Y

N

Y

26

Riga Technical University

RTU

LV

Y

N

Y

27

Almende

Almende

NL

Y

N

Y

28

Océ Technologies BV

OCE

NL

Y

N

Y

29

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

TUE

NL

Y

N

Y

30



















31

Ikerlan-IK4

IKER

ES

Y

N

Y

32

Integrasys

ISYS

ES

Y

N

Y

33

Mondragon Unibertsitatea

MU

ES

Y

N

Y

34

ULMA Embedded Solutions

UES

ES

Y

N

Y

35

Mälardalen University

MDH

SE

Y

N

Y

36

Volvo

Volvo

SE

Y

N

Y

37

EIS Semcon

EIS

SE

Y

N

Y

38

Hoxville Oy

HOX

FI

Y

N

Y

39

Technische Universiteit Delft

TUD

NL

Y

N

Y

40

ProDrive

Prodrive

NL

Y

N

Y

41

Daimler

Daimler

DE

Y

N

Y

42

ETAS GmbH

ETAS

DE

Y

N

Y

43

Fondazione Bruno Kessler

FBK

IT

Y

N

Y

(1) Please use the same participant numbering as that used in Proposal submission forms A2

(2) For partners from ARTEMIS Member States, please indicate whether you consider that you comply with the national eligibility criteria for funding as stated in the document "Eligibility Criteria" published in the Call.

Proposal abstract

(copied from Part A)

The objective of the project is to develop a methodology and tool support for model-driven evolutionary development of complex embedded systems. Supporting evolutionary design will reduce the development time and time-to-market, reduce development and unit costs, increase the quality of the products and of the engineering processes and reduce re-certification costs.

Today, most systems are engineered in an evolutionary fashion: introducing a new version of an existing product, introducing new features—possibly as part of an evolution of a product line, performing a design-iteration, etc. The models of an embedded system will evolve at the same time with the system. However, none of the current state-of-the-art approaches to model-based engineering of embedded systems support evolutionary development.

The project deploys the model-based evolutionary development in domains with the following characteristics:



Longevity, addressing the concerns of high quality, product evolution, platform and low-cost maintenance

Tuning & Scaling, addressing the concerns of physical variations in production process, high configurability and need for calibration

Reliability & Safety, addressing the concerns of measurement & control, safety critical systems, real-time behaviour and compositional safety

We will extend the state-of-the-art modelling frameworks to capture the knowledge learned during evolutions, such as, when and how can a component be reused, performance metrics recorded during the runtime, design rationale for a design decision, time and effort required for different development phases. We will develop non-intrusive analysis and monitoring techniques to systematically collect information during the evolutions, and link this information to the models.

Often, embedded system architectures are derived with little concern for extensibility, rendering evolutions very costly. We will develop decision support methods and tools for the creation of system architectures that are extensible, but without compromising other objectives such as performance, cost, energy consumption, safety and dependability. The evolution of models is often done manually which is tedious and error prone, without any systematic model management. We will develop methods and tools for model management and visualization, to automate the management of models and improve comprehension during the system evolution.



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