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A H2020 project

Supporting IOS Standardisation

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Expected overall impacts

A common, European wide open Interoperability Specification for the development of critical Cyber-Physical Systems, which will lead to several improvements like:

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Cost reduction

Reduce the cost of the system design from 2012 levels by 15%.

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Reduction of development cycles

Achieve 15% reduction in development cycles – especially in sectors requiring qualification or certification – from 2012 levels.

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Manage complexity

Manage a complexity increase of 25% with 10% effort reduction, compared with 2012.

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Reduction in effort and time

Reduce the effort and time required for re-validation and recertification of systems after making changes by 15%, compared with 2012 levels.

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Reusability

Achieve cross-sectorial reusability of Embedded Systems devices and architecture platforms (for example, for interoperable software components for automotive, railways, aerospace and manufacturing) that will be developed using the ARTEMIS JU results.

Funded by the European Union

 

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Coordinator

SafeTrans

Partners

AIT   AVL   ARTEMIS   KTH   OFFIS   Siemens   Thales

Associated partners (to be confirmed)

ABB   ASAM   Airbus-Group   Daimler   ETSI   Volvo

Duration

01.03.2015 – 28.02.2017

Total budget

780.000 Euro
(Similar to Support Actions)

Funding scheme

Horizon 2020
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Contact

 

SafeTRANS
Jürgen Niehaus
Escherweg 2
26121 Oldenburg
Germany

Phone: +49 441 / 9722 503
E-mail: juergen.niehaus@safetrans-de.org

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