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1 ARTEMIS Industry Association Page 1 ARTEMIS - Helsinki ARTEMIS SRA Addendum ARTEMIS-IA Pre-Brokerage event Brussels February 4 th /5 th, 2014 Laila Gide Thales ARTEMIS Industry Association The association for R&D actors in embedded systems

2 ARTEMIS Industry Association The Way Forward From ARTEMIS to ECSEL

3 ARTEMIS Industry Association The Private Members propose a MASRIA (Multi Annual Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda, elaborated by the PMB). a RIAP (Research and Innovation Activities Plan, elaborated by the PMB), including a Workprogramme. From ARTEMIS to ECSEL

4 ARTEMIS Industry Association 2014 ECSEL MASRIA 2014 MultiAnnual Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for the ECSEL Joint Undertaking Elaborated by the Private Members Board of the ECSEL Joint Undertaking representing: the AENEAS Industry Association & the ARTEMIS Industry Association & the EPoSS Industry Association DRAFT 4

5 ARTEMIS Industry Association 2014 ECSEL MASRIA This 2014 MASRIA consists of 4 documents: Umbrella document Introduction Vision, Mission and Strategy of the Research and Innovation of the ICT Components and Systems Industry Conclusion References 3 Annexes Annex 1: Nanoelectronics MASRIA within the scope of ECSEL on behalf of AENEAS Annex 2: Embedded/Cyberphysical Systems MASRIA within the scope of ECSEL, on behalf of ARTEMIS-IA Annex 3: Smart Systems MASRIA within the scope of ECSEL, on behalf of EPoSS ARTEMIS SRA Addendum

6 ARTEMIS Industry Association Page 3 ARTEMIS SRA Addendum  Built through  a top-guidance (strategy) from the ARTEMIS SRA WG  a bottom-up constributions from  ARTEMIS CoIE : mainly EICOSE/SafeTrans - ProcessIT.EU, ES4IB)  Experts from the ARTEMIS-IA members  Built to provide inputs to H2020, JU, national and Eureka  Built with the Ambition and Targets  To exploit the ubiquity of the Embedded Systems/Cyber-Physical Systems  To exploit the connectivity of networked ES/CPS: the neural system of society  To address the challenge of Time to Market/time on Market  To master the complexity while reducing the cost  To address the challenge of energy and power consumption.

7 ARTEMIS Industry Association ARTEMIS SRA The ARTEMIS Way in the SRA 2006 Page 4 The Strategic Research Agenda Matrix Approach To overcome the fragmentation, while mastering the complexity, for yielding multi-domain reusable results and the ARTEMIS Culture

8 ARTEMIS Industry Association The ARTEMIS WAY in the Addendum Industrial Priorities Technological challenges Opportunities Technological challenges Opportunities Societal Challenges Innovative Cyber-Physical Systems Innovative Cyber-Physical Systems  Overcoming fragmentation by yielding multi-domain, reusable components and systems

9 SRA Addendum: Innovation Strategy ARTEMIS differentiators  An ‘Industry driven’ initiative,  A unique example of tri-partite cooperation  Focus on both business competitiveness and technical excellence,  A descriptive ‘Top-down’ approach based on a Strategic Agenda, supported by a bottom-up expression of needs through Centres of Innovation Excellence,  Focus on large impact and market-oriented projects (such as the AIPPs);  Large footprint projects with support from smaller focussed projects, to ensure balance between different research’s actors (large, mid and small industry as well as RTOs and Academic) to drive innovation,  Actively supporting innovation eco-systems approach, particularly attractive to SMEs: standards, tools, science-based engineering processes, education,.. and build on ARTEMIS assets (repository to share results),  Openness and complementarities with EU framework programmes and EUREKA programme ITEA.,  Seek closer cooperation with the KIC ICT LABs.,  Seek closer cooperation with other ETPs and PPPs, mainly: FoF PPP; Robotic PPP, ERTRAC ETP,...

10 ARTEMIS Industry Association ARTEMIS Contribution Climate change  Improved safe, secure and inclusive mobility  efficient overall energy management, for CO 2 emission reduction,  Process industry as an agile part of energy systems  Smarter and sustainable production - dynamic factory. Demographic change  Automated farming for greener agricultural productivity  Better and more affordable everywhere health care and health cure.  Robotics : including for surgery, for manufacturing, ….  Autonomous driving for better mobility and safety of aging population Urbanisation  smarter and more secure cities: intelligent urbanisation, On-line cars/ fleet management  Advanced driver assistance systems to reduce traffic fatalities and costs  Autonomous cars, with Car-to-car/ car to infrastructure connectivity Globalisation  the ‘Always’ better and faster connected world through intertwined systems.  Automated flying for better usage of the limited airspace  Sustainable production: flexible distributed production/manufacturing intelligence ARTEMIS Contribution to the Societal challenges

11 ARTEMIS Industry Association Technological Opportunities Environmental & Agricultural Inf. Healthcare Manufacturing Transport & Mobility Nomadic Devices Private Spaces Smart Cities Security Energy (generation, distribution, smart use) Application Contexts Safety- Critical secure Systems Virtual World Big Data System-of- Systems Cloud Services Internet-of-Things autonomous, adaptive and predictive control Computing & Multi-Core Reference Designs & Architectures Seamless Connectivity & Interoperability System Design Methods & Tools Research domains SRA Addendum : Matrix 2.0 Approach

12 ARTEMIS Industry Association Industrial Priorities Technological challenges Opportunities Technological challenges Opportunities Societal Challenges Innovative Cyber-Physical Systems Innovative Cyber-Physical Systems The ARTEMIS WAY in the Addendum The Global Picture

13 ARTEMIS research directions Our Roadmap

14 ARTEMIS Industry Association Phase Phase Phase ARCHITECTU RE System Design Autonomous Contro l Computing ARTEMIS research directions and roadmap

15 Cross-cutting Application Contexts with the Roadmap ARCHITECTU RE System Design Autonomous Contro l Computing Efficient and safe Mobility Smart communiti es Well being & health Sustainab le Productio n

16 ARTEMIS research directions Our Roadmap: Application Contexts driving 4 Research Clusters along 3 phases 4 Application Contexts Efficient and safe mobility: automotive, aerospace, railway, space Wellbeing and Health: home care, hospital care,… Sustainable Production: process automation, power plants, mining, food production Smart Communities: smart and secure cities, efficient buildings, smart spaces, autonomous and robotic systems, cloud computing 4 Research Clusters Architectures Principles and models for Safe and secure Cyber Physical Systems System Design, modelling and virtual engineering for Cyber Physical Systems Autonomous adaptive and cooperative of Cyber-Physical Systems Computing Platforms and Energy Management for Cyber Physical Systems 3 phases Phase 1: short term Phase 2: medium term Phase 3: longer term

17 ARTEMIS research directions A closer look

18 … Global architectures Principles Programming Paradigms/ frameworks Safe and secure opreation in non- deterministic environment Certification requirements for disruptive architectures Principles Modular /composable reference architectures/ protocols Monitoring and diagnosis /application independent software Related certification requirements architecture Standards Evolution of Certification processes Adding cognitive users models Extension to novel application contexts Architectures Principles and models for Safe and secure Cyber Physical Systems

19 … Targeting fully autonomous CPS environment modelling Design space exploration Verification/ validation methodology and tools for complex systems and environment Life cycle management Targeting Semi- autonomous CPS Targetting CPS for assisting Users Extend to cost reduction Modelling complex interactions with human Engineering for fully self- reconfiguring CPS Novel format verification techniques Stochastic approaches Cross-sectoral usability System Design, modelling and virtual engineering for Cyber Physical Systems Adding virtual engineering Extend to QoS

20 … Autonomous adaptive and cooperative Cyber-Physical Systems Core enabling functionalities For efficient use of ressources Optimising global application performance Adding adaptation and run-time optimisation Reliable and trustable decision making Planning for safety related autonomous CPS -autonomous CPS Adding learning capabilities Adding Distributed decision making Introducing Intuitive and enhanced accessibility HMI/WMI

21 … Computing Platforms and Energy Management for Cyber Physical Systems Extending to dynamic adaptation Energy management Low power computing for global system view Complexity management Reliability and security Mixed critical systems Extending to heterogeneous Multi/many core computing reseources System level programming Portability virtualisation Global cooperative and distributed system debugging and validation Adding environment modelling in the loop Predictive and adaptive computation Rule based system behaviour construction and programming Scalable and modular approaches for affordable qualification / certification

22 Contribution to ARTEMIS technology opportunities research domains Contributio n to ARTEMIS research domains Proposed project time and budget Research challenge Technical objectivesImpact safety critcal systems virtual world Big Data System of Systems Cloud Service Internet of things Autonomous, adaptive, dynamic control Multicore Reference design & architecture Seamless connectivity and interoperability System design methods and tools from year to year Estimated Budget 1.Cyber-Physical enabled Embedded Systems Annex 1 : Detailed list of Priority Candidates topics In Annex 1 is our “reservoir” ARTEMIS research directions A closer look

23 2014 ECSEL RIAP The basic set-Up of the 2014 ECSEL Research and Innovation Activities Plan (RIAP) Introduction  Relation principles of the RIAP to the MASRIA  Projects can address one or more ANNEXes  Recommendations for calls 3 Annexes  ANNEX 1 (nano projects) on behalf of AENEAS  ANNEX 2 (embedded projects) on behalf of ARTEMIS-IA  ANNEX 3 (smart projects) on behalf of EPoSS Structure of the ANNEXes  Description of focus areas plus budget foreseen  Relations to the respective ANNEX of the MASRIA  Recommended elements of scoring criteria for the evaluation by independent experts ES/CPS Part

24 To prepare the ES/CPS Part : A template to collect your EoI (input) for the RIAP  bring your ideas for projects into the RIAP  Refer to the  (4 application areas, 4 roadmap clusters and 3 phases)  Now Focus on : phase 1 (Table on page 65 of SRA addendum)  Describe :  Objectives  Research technical topics  Expected impact  Also indicate links to EPoSS and AENEAS (MASRIA annexes) to enable topics for “umbrella” projects ECSEL RIAP ES/CPS Part 2014 ECSEL RIAP ES/CPS Part

25 Example: 25

26 Your input is essential to the RIAP!

27 ARTEMIS Industry Association Page 12 ARTEMIS - Helsinki Thank you for your attention! ARTEMIS Industry Association


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