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1 AIPP5 project approach: MCMC Working title: ‘multi-core technology for mixed criticality applications in dynamic and changeable real-time environments’ Duration: 3 years, start Q1/2014 Intended budget: up to 100 Mio € Intended resources:> 300 person years Consortium size:< 100 (min. 2/3 industry) Co-ordination: Infineon Technologies AG Contact: Knut Hufeld, +49 (0) Madeleine Meier, +49 (0) *AIPP5: Computing Platforms for Embedded Systems Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 1MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

2 AIPP5 project approach MCMC Problem overview - example Automotive Costs are increasing due to critical / secure / power / reliability requirements more than it will be economically feasible The number of ECUs in a car cannot (economically) grow -> need economically viable mixed criticality (properties) systems System properties do not scale well – need of “intelligent” mixed criticality scenarios Application Costs Application Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 2MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

3 AIPP5 project approach MCMC Example: Automotive Vision Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 3MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

4 AIPP5 project approach MCMC Solution idea: Service oriented architecture b SafetyPerformance Service oriented architecture in an embedded cloud environment Previous Focus of Funded Projects Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 4MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

5 AIPP5 project approach MCMC Solution idea: Service oriented architecture  Aggregate resources (multi/many cores, ECU networks) in an “Embedded Encapsulated Cloud E 2 Cloud”  Offer “expensive” system properties as services and NOT built-in for the whole application perimeter o Safety as a service o Security as a service o Real-time as a service o Power efficiency as a service o Reliability as a service o Etc (not as a service) Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 5MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

6 Addressed system levels / architecture: Heterogeneous Multi-core Hardware System software – runtime environment/networking Applications Design methodologies & tools Addressed aspects: Fault tolerance Energy management Security and Safety under real-time conditions Qualification, Reliability.. AIPP5 project approach MCMC Research topics /areas / system levels Page 6MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach 2013 Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th

7 Automotive Aerospace Railway Shipping Industrial manufacturing Logistics IT-infrastructure (‘Internet of Things’) Healthcare / ambient assisted living AIPP5 project approach MCMC Application domains addressed.. Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 7MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

8 AIPP5 project approach MCMC What has happened since Brokerage London, Jan 15th ? The responce was overwhelming: Feedback by > 600 No of interested partners : Grew from 80 to >100 Countries involved: 20 1 st budget estimation : > 130 Mio € Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 8MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

9 AIPP5 project approach MCMC.. a real European consortium.. Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 9MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach Sweden United Kingdom Ireland Netherlands Belgium Flanders Belgium Brussels France Portugal Spain Italy Finland Norway Denmark Germany Poland Czech Republic Austra Hungary Romania Greece Israel.. 20 countries involved

10 AIPP5 project approach MCMC Interested French Partner Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 10MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach Thales Freescale Silkan CEA INRIA Rockwell Collins EADS Kalrey STM PSA

11 Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach 2013Page 11 AVL List GmbH, TU Wien, Tttech, VIRTUAL VEHICLE, BlueIce, IMEC BE, Universiteit Gent, Brno University of Technology,Freescale Semiconductor CZ, IMA, UTIA - Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic / Institute of Information Theory and Automation,Technical University of Denmark, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, CEA, Freescale, Inria, Rockwell Collins France, Silkan,Thales, aicas GmbH, Alcatel Lucent Deutschland AG, AVL Software and Functions GmbH, BMW, Bosch, Cassidian, Denso Automotive, Dräger EADS, Elektrobit, eVision Systems GmbH, Fraunhofer ESK, Fraunhofer IESE, FZI, Infineon, Karlsruhe Institut of Technology,NXP, Offis, Open Synergy GmbH, Siemens, Technische Universität Braunschweig, TWT GmbH, University Dortmund - TU Dortmund, University of Augsburg, University of Siegen, Harokopion University of Athens, CCAN - Collaborative Centre for applied Nanotechnology,United Technologies Research Center, Technion, AleniaAermacchi, FIAT, Finmeccanica, Finmeccanica/ Selex-ES, Free University of Bozen,STMicroelectronics, Thales Italia, Univerita Degli Studi di Cagliari, Fornebu Consulting, CISTER-ISEP, Critical Software,Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Freescale, ACORDE, Ikerlan, Indra, Quobis, Tecnalia, Thales Alenia Espagne, University of Cantabria,CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, KTH Royal Institute of Technology / Information and Communication Technology, Luleia University of Technology, SICS Swedish ICT AB, Volvo, IMEC NL, ESI - Embedded Systems Institute, Philips Healthcare NL,Technische Universität Eindhoven, TNO Innovation of life, TU Delft, Vector Fabrics BV, Finmeccanica/ Selex-ES, Infineon UK,NMI, Sundance, Thales UK, The University of Hertfordshire, The University of Manchester, Univ. of Hertfordshire, University of Bristol, Danfoss, Ericsson, Barco AIPP5 project approach MCMC..spotlight on interested partners..

12 26th February Call opens 8th March Expression of Interest 12th April EoI feedback 23rd April Post-brokerage event, Brussels 6th JuneCall closes-> Proposal submission End of JulyFeedback SeptemberDecision/negotiations start December Negotiations completed Q Project start AIPP5 project approach MCMC Draft time schedule *AIPP5: Computing Platforms for Embedded Systems Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 12MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

13 o Establishment of a Consortium Core Group  in progress o Tentative consortium setup  in progress o Aggregation / evaluation of partner feedback on potential research topics  in progress o 1 st draft proposal on project structure  started o Contact: EC and ARTEMIS office WRAP-UP : AIPP5 session, Jan 15 th 2013 Further steps – February

14 o Check if national focus is in line with AIPP5 o Check available national budgets for 2013 o Check of national eligibility criteria o Contact national public authorities WRAP-UP : AIPP5 session, Jan 15 th 2013 Further steps – March

15 Knut Hufeld +49 (89) Madeleine Meier + 49 (89) AIPP5 project approach MCMC Contacts Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th 2013 Page 15MCMC - an AIPP5 project approach

16 16 Brokerage Paris, Feb 4 th step by step it is getting clearer.. Thank you for your attention!


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