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1 EIRICT Lunch Meeting ECSEL Call 2015 & ARTEMISIA Pre-Brokerage Meeting February 05, 2015

2 Agenda Introduction into ECSEL ECSEL in 2014 Procedure in 2015 Results of Pre-Brokerage event Further considerations for 2015 calls Questions – continuously

3 What is ECSEL? ECSEL = E lectronic C omponents and S ystems for E uropean L eadership ECSEL JU is: The Public-Private Partnership keeping Europe at the Forefront of Technology Development Focus: smart electronic components and systems + enabling technologies A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

4 Electronic Components and Systems Provide the “Smart” of Everything Smartphone Smart Card Smart Grid Smart Cities Smart Mobility Smart Governance …. Smartanything ! A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

5 Summary: ECSEL JU: – A European funding instrument for RD&I in electronics components and systems – Based on the Public-Private Partnership model Public sector plus Industry Associations – Using a tri-partite funding model National, EU and private sector funds – Complementing other funding instruments with a market-facing programme of high impact A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

6 Introduction to ECSEL ECSELECSEL JU: operating since 2014 will run for 10 years replacing the previous ENIAC and ARTEMIS JUs in the fields of nano-electronics and embedded systems ENIAC ARTEMIS The partners in the ECSEL Joint Undertaking: the European Union (through the Commission); Member States and Associated Countries to the Framework Programme Horizon 2020 on a voluntary basis;Framework Programme Horizon private industrial associations (EPoSS, AENEAS and ARTEMISIA) representing the actors from the areas of micro-/nanoelectronics, smart integrated systems and embedded/cyber-physical systemsEPoSSAENEASARTEMISIA

7 ECSEL Budget Expected total (10-year) budget of JTI ECSEL:M€ 4,815 Contribution of EC: up to M€ 1,215 Contributions of participating member states: M€ 1,200 Industrial partners expect to contribute about half of the total cost:M€ 2,400 (source: RvO.nl)

8 The ECSEL Calls of 2014 A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

9 Calls 2014 Conclusion Eligible costs: 708M€ (National), 650M€ (H2020) National budget NL: 25M€ A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

10 RIA vs. IA Important to understand the two sub-calls: RIA and IA: 1.Separate budgets (IA=innovation action is higher) 2.Different maturity of technology (RIA: TRL 2-5, whereas IA: TRL 4-8)

11 Preparing for the ECSEL 2015 calls A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

12 Securing the future – Prepare the 2015 Calls Multi Annual Strategic Plan and Work Plan 2015 – MASP adopted in December 2014 – Work Plan 2015 to be adopted in February MASRIA: Multi Annual Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda RIAP: Research and Innovation Activities Plan MASRIA + RIAP MASRIA + RIAP MASP WP A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

13 Multi-Annual Strategy Research and Innovation Agenda: Basis of the Multi-Annual Strategic Plan MASRIA 2015 Roadmap: A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January open closed open closed open RIA:IA: RIA: IA: The MASP will follow the MASRIA, unless the Public Authorities and/or the Private Members require modifications

14 Call 2015 – Decision process Pending issues: – Balance of EU and National funding – National budget commitments EU provisionally ~ 145M€ (up from 95M€ original plan) – MASP topics to open for the call A Working Group is active to refine these – Public Authorities Board plus invited representatives Final details published after Governing Board meeting on 26 Feb A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

15 New in 2015 (compared to Calls of 2014) 2-phase call – PO phase helps to align / improve proposals – Elaborates the “Excellence” and “Impact” criteria – PO is MANDATORY and GATING (!) Criteria – Same top-level criteria (H2020) – Improved depth and explanation – Briefing of participants and experts Extended definition of “TRL” (following H2020) – Different interpretations in different industries A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

16 EVALUATIONS Provisional Timeline 2015 – Call and related events janfebmaraprmayjunjulaugsepoctnovdec PO closed FPP closed Funding decision ARTEMIS + EPoSS Brokerage Amsterdam Call open Call Launch Info Event and Brokerage Brussels Consortium Building Event Brussels (Autoworld) Aeneas/Catrene ENF EPoSS event? ARTEMIS/ITEA Co-Summit (Berlin) EPoSS event (Copenhagen) A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

17 Some observations: Behind the scenes quite some struggle between semiconductors industry (represented by Aeneas) and the electronic systems industry (represented by ARTEMIS-IA) about division of funds Role of the industry associations (ARTEMIS-IA, AENEAS, EPoSS) w.r.t. ECSEL JU decreasing (as perceived by ARTEMIS-IA) Lobbying activities of IA’s and support to their members continue Dates for events and milestones from ECSEL JU not yet fixed WP consolidation: Expected launch of calls:

18 Pre-Brokerage Event: Organized by ARTEMIS-IA, not by ECSEL JU ECSEL WP 2015 not yet consolidated ECSEL Call not yet open Some 270 people registered (fully booked!) Participation from TU/e: Sandro Etalle, Kees Goossens, Lech Jozwiak, Jan Haagh, Peter van Otterloo, Ben Rutten 40 project ideas were made available Presented on the ARTEMIS-IA website, in pitches, posters Some further discusssed in break-out sessions Many project ideas do not survive Quite some merged Other project ideas do exist (e.g. planned re-submissions from 2014) Information about the ECSEL 2015 calls and the project ideas available at the EIRICT website: ARTEMIS-IA Pre-Brokerage Event Amsterdam/Schiphol,

19 Ideas presented at ECSEL ARTEMIS-IA Pre-brokerage, pt. 1 ID # AcronymTitleProposerAffiliationMember Country 1EMCrossEuropean Multicore Cross-Domain Architecture - Certifiable Multicore Processing Juergen MeilingerAirbus Defence and Space GmbH Germany 2Civil-UAVCivil-UAV - Using embedded systems to safely monitor the environmentErol CagatayMovation ASNorway 3DASH7-based RTLSDASH7-based RTLS with sensorsDominik ZyskowskiEspeo Software Sp. z.o.o. Poland 4FoodChainCyber Physical Systems and Smart Integrated Systems Assisting the Whole Value Chain of Healthy Food Aitor ArnaizIK4-TEKNIKERSpain 5NETCAREmbedded Dynamic Car Situation Awareness System Based On Advanced Road Surveillance Andrzej CzyzewskiGdansk University of Technology Poland 6SafeScrumSafeScrum: Agile development of safety critical softwareTor StaalhaneNorwegian University of Science and Technology Norway 7GARPASCOMSafe and secure communication with RPAS by using Bande C ( MHz) Georges MykoniatisEcole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (ENAC) France 8S2 4 S2Smart Structures for Smart SystemsBen van der ZonTNONetherlands 9IM-TOOLSTool Support for Intelligent Management of Networked Embedded Systems in Smart Environments Liam MooreNimbus Centre for Embedded Systems Research, Cork Insitute Ireland 10I-MECHIntelligent Motion Control Platform for Advanced Mechatronic applicationsMartin CechUniversity of West Bohemia Czech Republic 11ADVSESAutomated Design of Virtual Sensors for Embedded SystemsJakub SimanekCzech Technical University in Prague Czech Republic 12AR-HMI-AerospaceAugmented Reality and HMI Testing for Emergency Situations Resolution in Aerospace Jakub SimanekCzech Technical University in Prague Czech Republic 13AHRS-Long-Term Stability New Altitude Heading and Reference System with Improved Long-Term Stability Jakub SimanekCzech Technical University in Prague Czech Republic 14ROBOAIMERobotized Automated Inspection and Maintenance of Electrical Substation Infrastructures Svein Peder BergeSINTEFNorway 15MUSSAMulti-Level System-of-System Simulation & AnalysisEugenio VillarUniversity of CantabriaSpain 16ULPVISUltra-Low Power Video Sensor NetworksLauri KoskinenUniversity of TurkuFinland 17LearningHealthImproving health and well-being through joint human-machine learningAnita Sant'AnnaHögskolan i HalmstadSweden 18eClothWearable IoT as a mobile, adaptive and user-centric CPS ComponentManfred Werner Dietrich FraunhoferGermany 19PLANTProduct Line Approach Anytime Adoption Automation ToolkitJacques RobinUniversité Pierre et Marie Curie France 20CASCar as a sensorMatthijs Willem LeeuwTNONetherlands

20 Ideas presented at ECSEL ARTEMIS-IA Pre-brokerage, pt. 2 ID # AcronymTitleProposerAffiliationMember Country 21WeWairCitizens sensoring of air quality for monitoring personal and urban health indicators Matthijs Willem LeeuwTNONetherlands 22ExploreDesign and Simulation Tool integration for Design Space ExplorationLeire EtxeberriaMondragon Goi Eskola Politeknikoa Spain 23View4MedicineEnabling technologies and optical diagnostic methods in medicineRoberto ZafalonSTMicroelectronics s.r.l.Italy 24Test4APNEAUnobtrusive and Portable Sleep Apnea DiagnosisCarmen PastorTECNALIASpain 2524/24 h Maxim-Prev (e- OSH) Maxim OSH PreventionAlberto CERDÁ MicóInternational Consultancy Spain 26Smart-ESEcosystems for Smart CPS ApplicationsKung-Kiu LauThe University of Manchester United Kingdom 27AAA4CPSAlgorithm Architecture Adequacy for agile high performance Cyber Physical Systems Michel BarreteauThalesFrance 28AQUASAggregated Quality Assurance for SystemsCharles RobinsonThalesFrance 29Cyber-HygeiaIntelligent Real-Time Up-Normal event detection in Modern Cyber-Physical Systems Danilo Pietro PauSTMicroelectronics s.r.l.Italy 30ModellingEdgeMastering Model for System Quality and Performance at RuntimeAlessandra BagnatoSofteamFrance 31DARKEDGEHarnessing Darkness at the Edge of the ChipMats BrorssonKungliga Tekniska Hogskolan Sweden 32RAPIDRobotic Arm empowering People wIth DisabilitiesRoberto ZafalonSTMicroelectronics s.r.l.Italy 33TrustlessComputingUser-Verified Social TelematicsRufo GuerreschiOpen Media ClusterItaly 34E4MNO INFORMATION AVALABLEJochen ReisingerInfineon Technologies Austria AG Austria 35ESSENCESNO INFORMATION AVALABLEDeJiu ChenKungliga Tekniska Hogskolan Sweden 36SCASITSMART, COMFORTABLE AND SECURE INTERMODAL TRANSPORTJesus Angel Garcia Sanchez Indra Sistemas S.A. Spain 37SMARTPESTSMARTPEST: Comprehensive system for the intelligent use of pesticides in vineyards Carlos AcedoEncore Lab S.L.Spain 38PolyChronyNO INFORMATION AVALABLEJean-Pierre TalpinINRIAFrance 39WEDRABLENO INFORMATION AVALABLEF. Xavier Munoz- Pascual CNM - CSICSpain 40NIN-WMSNO INFORMATION AVALABLEF. Xavier Munoz- Pascual CNM - CSICSpain

21 TU/e interest so farpt. 1 ID # AcronymTitleCommentsTU/e interest 1EMCrossEuropean Multicore Cross-Domain Architecture - Certifiable Multicore Processing The idea has been deletedKees Goossens & Lech Jozwiak, Henk Corporaal? 2Civil-UAVCivil-UAV - Using embedded systems to safely monitor the environmentMany partners (also academic) already in consortium.HTSC? Siep Weiland? Maurice Heemels? Principal interest indicated by Peter van Otterloo 3DASH7-based RTLSDASH7-based RTLS with sensorsAcademic initiative?Guido Dolmans (via Jan Haagh) 4FoodChainCyber Physical Systems and Smart Integrated Systems Assisting the Whole Value Chain of Healthy Food Idea 25: 24/24 h Maxim-Prev (e-OSH) joined this idea 5NETCAREmbedded Dynamic Car Situation Awareness System Based On Advanced Road Surveillance Academic initiative; dominated by knowledge institute partners 6SafeScrumSafeScrum: Agile development of safety critical software Kees Goossens 7GARPASCOMSafe and secure communication with RPAS by using Bande C ( MHz) Jan Haagh 8S2 4 S2Smart Structures for Smart Systems 9IM-TOOLSTool Support for Intelligent Management of Networked Embedded Systems in Smart Environments 10I-MECHIntelligent Motion Control Platform for Advanced Mechatronic applications Kees & Dip Goswami? 11ADVSESAutomated Design of Virtual Sensors for Embedded Systems Kees & Dip Goswami? 12AR-HMI-AerospaceAugmented Reality and HMI Testing for Emergency Situations Resolution in Aerospace 13AHRS-Long-Term Stability New Altitude Heading and Reference System with Improved Long-Term Stability 14ROBOAIMERobotized Automated Inspection and Maintenance of Electrical Substation Infrastructures 15MUSSAMulti-Level System-of-System Simulation & Analysis Lech Jozwiak, SEC (via Sandro Etalle) 16ULPVISUltra-Low Power Video Sensor NetworksAcademic initiative;Kees Goossens & José Pineda, Lech Jozwiak 17LearningHealthImproving health and well-being through joint human-machine learningMerged with idea 21: WeWairAntonio Liotta (via Jan Haagh); PvO also expressed interest 18eClothWearable IoT as a mobile, adaptive and user-centric CPS ComponentMerged with idea 21: WeWair 19PLANTProduct Line Approach Anytime Adoption Automation Toolkit 20CASCar as a sensor Kees Goossens (via PvO); ook Jan Haagh contact 21WeWairCitizens sensoring of air quality for monitoring personal and urban health indicators Idea 18: eCloth joined this idea; Idea 17: LearningHealth joined this idea; TNO and Fraunhofer will draft a 2-pager, describing the objectives of WeWAIR, integrating those of WeWAIR and PI#18-eCloth.This will be distributed by TU/e interest indicated by Peter van Otterloo and Jan Haagh; 22ExploreDesign and Simulation Tool integration for Design Space Exploration

22 TU/e interest so farpt. 2 ID # AcronymTitleCommentsTU/e interest 23View4MedicineEnabling technologies and optical diagnostic methods in medicine 24Test4APNEAUnobtrusive and Portable Sleep Apnea Diagnosis Jan Bergmans (via Jan Haagh) met Philips 2524/24 h Maxim-Prev (e-OSH) Maxim OSH PreventionMerged with idea 4: FoodChain 26Smart-ESEcosystems for Smart CPS Applications 27AAA4CPSAlgorithm Architecture Adequacy for agile high performance Cyber Physical Systems 28AQUASAggregated Quality Assurance for Systems 29Cyber-HygeiaIntelligent Real-Time Up-Normal event detection in Modern Cyber- Physical Systems 30ModellingEdgeMastering Model for System Quality and Performance at Runtime 31DARKEDGEHarnessing Darkness at the Edge of the Chip Kees Goossens & José Pineda 32RAPIDRobotic Arm empowering People wIth Disabilities 33TrustlessComputingUser-Verified Social Telematics 34E4MNO INFORMATION AVALABLE 35ESSENCESNO INFORMATION AVALABLE 36SCASITSMART, COMFORTABLE AND SECURE INTERMODAL TRANSPORT 37SMARTPESTSMARTPEST: Comprehensive system for the intelligent use of pesticides in vineyards 38PolyChronyNO INFORMATION AVALABLE 39WEDRABLENO INFORMATION AVALABLE 40NIN-WMSNO INFORMATION AVALABLE CROWD-ITCar and Road Oriented real World Data analysis Information Technology Merger of which proposals? Dutch prospective partners to draft a 2-pager about CROWD-IT!? This will be circulated by mid February. ENABLE-S3European Initiative on Validation for Highly Automated Safe and Secure Systems Merger of TEAADS and GUARD. Successor project to CRYSTAL according to Philips Via Peter van Otterloo; SEC (Nicola Zannone) and Kees Goossens were involved in GUARD. TRIPLE-CPCyber Physical Common Platform for Competitive ProductsHerindiening. TNO proposes extension with a yse case in the context of "energy savings in the built environment" George Exarchakos is closely connected

23 ARTEMIS Smart Mobility ARTEMIS Brokerage Ben Rutten Program Manager Smart Mobility

24 Initiated by TNO NXP is willing to setup an international consortium NL: NXP, TomTom, TU/e, TNO Service Provider possibly needed TU/e vision technology TU/e other aspects TBD

25 Initiated by University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic No big industry involved yet NL: TU/e, Technolution, CCM TU/e HTSC/e involevd (Maarten Steinbuch) HTSC/e will follow-up

26 Initiated by University Gdansk University of Technology, Poland Many partners, consortium is there Looking for coordinator/industry

27 TIPS - I Non-exhaustive, no guarantees suggestions... Read the MASP, the WP and especially the criteria and their explanations, and address them – Imagine you are reading the proposal as an evaluator would... – Make sure you can explain in clear terms why your project is really relevant to the programme Describe what you will do (and why) completely but concisely! – Make it easy to grasp, don’t frustrate with lots of excess detail A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

28 TIPS - II Make the ambition and the budgets match – be realistic – Give confidence that you know what it will take to achieve your goals –... And that the project will be properly managed to that end Build on other projects’ work (ARTEMIS, ENIAC, EPoSS,... ) – Show that you are not just a “one off” but are contributing to the bigger picture –... but be clear why the prior actions are really relevant to your story (be specific) Tell the ‘story’ of your project to a non-specialist – If they can understand and are enthusiastic, it’s probably OK A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

29 Some remarks for participation from TU/e When selecting a proposal to join, consider the composition of the consortium so far: ECSEL projects have to be industry-driven  sufficient industry-participation required Is the project addressing a specialized topic or application or does it allow the definition of use cases from various application domains? Estimate, early-on, how much effort you intend to put into the project and how much budget will be involved  needed by project coordinator Check the ECSEL eligibility criteria from RvO.nl: SEL% pdf Even when participating in an IA, focus on low TRL research-type activities in view of funding level Consider evaluation of 2014 call results (will be published on EIRICT website

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31 Backup TRL description for hardware and software A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January

32 A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January Research and Innovation Actions

33 A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January Innovation Actions

34 This is Deployment A. Foster: ECSEL in 2015 ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS Brokerages, Amsterdam January


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