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Project list - partner: Arcticus Systems

  • ASSUME provides a seamless engineering methodology for delivering trustworthy new mobility assistance functions on multi and many core architectures.


    Project manager at MDH: Björn Lisper

    Main financing: ITEA 2

    Collaboration partners: École normale supérieure, Eindhoven University of Technology, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Kiel University, Koç University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, OFFIS, Technische Universität München, University of Twente, AbsInt Angewandte Informatik, Airbus, Arcelik, Arcticus Systems, Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik, BTC Embedded Systems, Daimler, Ericsson Ar-Ge, Esterel Technologies, FindOut Technologies, INRIA, Kalray SA, KoçSistem Information Communications Services, Model Engineering Solutions, NXP, Recore Systems, Robert Bosch, Sagem, Scania, Snecma, Thales Group, TNO, UNIT Information Technologies R&D, VDL Bus & Coach, Verum

  • In A-CPS, we aim at providing a model-based framework for introducing automation in the software development of high-performance vehicular systems.


    Project manager at MDH: Alessio Bucaioni

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems, Volvo Trucks, University of L’Aquila

  • This project aims at developing innovative techniques to provide a full-fledged development environment for vehicular applications that use TSN as the backbone for on-board communication.


    Project manager at MDH: Saad Mubeen

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • The ultimate goal of the DPAC profile is to establish a nationally leading and internationally renowned research centre that facilitate close cooperation between academia and industry to achieve a significant increase in research and available knowhow on advanced dependable platforms for embedded systems.


    Project manager at MDH: Kristina Lundqvist

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: ABB, Control Technologies, ABB Corporate Research, Alten Sverige, Arcticus Systems, Bombardier Transportation, Enea, Ericsson, Saab, Avionics Systems, Sensair, Unibap, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Group Trucks Technology

  • In this project Mälardalen Real-Time research Centre (MRTC) cooperates with Arcticus Systems AB & BAE Systems Hägglunds to define a model based approach through component based technolgy for distributed embedded systems that lends itself to analysis and synthesis.


    Project manager at MDH: Jukka Mäki-Turja

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems, BAE Systems

  • The main goal of FIESTA is to develop new solutions that provide scalable real-time performance, in the context of collaborative and adaptive distributed legacy systems, by utilizing resource efficient consolidation while ensuring non-functional properties of timing, safety and security.


    Project manager at MDH: Thomas Nolte

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: ABB, ABB Robotics, Arcticus Systems, Hitachi, Percepio, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • This project brings together world leading competence in modeling and model-transformation for predictable embedded systems (MDH), software-development tools for vehicular systems (Arcticus), and expertise in development of state-of-the-art functionality in vehicular architectures (Volvo Construction Equipment).


    Project manager at MDH: Mikael Sjödin

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • The overall goal of HERO is to provide a framework that enables development of optimized parallel software, automatic mapping of software to heterogeneous hardware platforms, and provision of automatic hardware acceleration for the developed software.


    Project manager at MDH: Mikael Sjödin

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Alten Sverige, Arcticus Systems, Enea, Unibap, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • Projektet har som mål att utveckla nya tekniker och verktyg för holistisk modellbaserad mjukvaruutveckling av förutsägbara fordonsplattformar som inkluderar äldre kommunikation och TSN.


    Project manager at MDH: Saad Mubeen

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: HIAB, Arcticus Systems

  • We will improve the efficiency of the software-development process for embedded control systems with respect to: (1) development effort, (2) achieved software quality, and (3) hardware utilization.


    Project manager at MDH: Mikael Sjödin

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems, CrossControl, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • The goal of PANORAMA is to research model-based methods and tools to master development of heterogeneous embedded hardware/software systems in collaboration with diverse and heterogeneous parties by providing best practice, novel analysis approaches, and guidance for development.


    Project manager at MDH: Alessio Bucaioni

    Main financing: ITEA 3

    Collaboration partners: Qamcom Research and Technology, Fraunhofer ESK, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, OFFIS, University of Gothenburg, Alten Sverige, Arcticus Systems, Critical Software, INCHRON, Robert Bosch, Saab, Siili Solutions, TactoTek, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Eclipse Foundation Europe, Regensburg University of Applied Science, Siemens, University of Rostock, Vector Informatik, AVL Turkey Research and Engineering Turkey, Mantis Software, UNIT Information Technologies R&D

  • The overall goal of the project is: to develop new techniques, methods, frameworks and tools to provide a full-fledged holistic software development, deployment and execution environment for vehicular systems that utilise a blend of TSN-5G networks for predictable communication, i.e., TSN as the backbone network within vehicles and 5G among the vehicles and their control centre.


    Project manager at MDH: Saad Mubeen

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: HIAB, Arcticus Systems

  • In this project we aim to develop model- and component-based software development techniques for on-board vehicular control systems, having multiple criticality levels, to be deployed on multi-core platforms.


    Project manager at MDH: Saad Mubeen

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems, BAE Systems, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • In this project we will bridge the sematic gap between (a) academic and industrial methods for timing modeling and analysis, and (b) industrial practices for model-based software development.


    Project manager at MDH: Mikael Sjödin

    Main financing: The Swedish Research Council

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems

  • This research will focus on extending academic theories, specifically response-time analysis (RTA), for timing predictions of Embedded Systems.


    Project manager at MDH: Jukka Mäki-Turja

    Main financing: The Swedish Research Council

    Collaboration partners: Arcticus Systems