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ARTEMIS SRA Addendum



ARTEMIS
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-
Brokerage event

Brussels

February 4
th
/5
th

, 2014













Laila Gide


Thales


ARTEMIS Industry Association
The association for R&D actors in embedded systems

ARTEMIS Industry Association

The
Way

Forward








From ARTEMIS to ECSEL

ARTEMIS Industry Association

The Private
M
embers 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

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



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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

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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.

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

ARTEMIS Industry Association

The ARTEMIS WAY in the Addendum

Industrial
Priorities

Technological

challenges
Opportunities


Societal
Challenges


Innovative

Cyber
-
Physical

Systems


Overcoming fragmentation by yielding multi
-
domain, reusable
components and systems

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
,...



ARTEMIS Industry Association

ARTEMIS Contribution

Climate
change


Improved

safe,

secure

and

inclusive

mobility


e晦楣fent

overa汬

energy

management,

f潲

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


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慮a

m潲e

a晦潲摡扬d

ever祷桥re

桥a汴h

care

慮a

桥a汴h

捵re
.



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


A摶anced

摲dver

a獳楳tance

獹獴ems



re摵de

tra晦楣

fata汩瑩ls

慮a

c潳os


Autonomous

cars,

with

Car
-
to
-
car/

car

to

infrastructure

connectivity

Globalisation


the

‘Always’

better

and

faster

connected

world

through

intertwined

systems
.



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晬祩ng

f潲

扥tter

u獡ge



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汩l楴ed

a楲獰ace



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:

晬e楢汥

摩獴物扵ted

灲p摵dt楯i/manufa捴cring

楮te汬楧ence

ARTEMIS Contribution to the Societal challenges

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

ARTEMIS Industry Association

Industrial
Priorities

Technological

challenges
Opportunities


Societal
Challenges


Innovative

Cyber
-
Physical

Systems

The ARTEMIS WAY in the Addendum

The Global Picture

ARTEMIS research directions

Our
Roadmap


ARTEMIS Industry Association

Phase 1

2014
-
2015

Phase 2

2016
-
1017

Phase 3

2018
-
2020

ARCHITECTU
RE

System
Design

Autonomous

Contro
l

Computing


ARTEMIS research directions and
roadmap

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

ARTEMIS research directions

Our Roadmap: 4
-
4
-
3


4 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 2014
-
2015

Phase 2: medium term 2016
-
2017

Phase 3: longer term 2018
-
2020


ARTEMIS research directions

A closer look


2018
-
2020 …

2014
-
2015 2016
-
2017

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

2018
-
2020 …

2014
-
2015 2016
-
2017

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

2018
-
2020 …

2014
-
2015 2016
-
2017

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

HMI/WMI

2018
-
2020 …

2014
-
2015 2016
-
2017

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



Contribution to ARTEMIS
technology opportunities
research domains

Contributio
n to
ARTEMIS
research
domains

Proposed project
time and budget



Research
challenge

Technical objectives

Impact

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


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

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
-
4
-
3


(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


24

2014 ECSEL RIAP

ES/CPS Part

Example:


25

Fiche Reference

number

10


Focus areas description


Required
Budget


Re
ference to
respective ANNEX
of the MASRIA

Roadmap Cluster

(5.3.1)
:

e.g.

C
-

Autonomous adaptive and cooperative CPS



Cross reference to Annex1 of SRA addendum:


1.3

Development of autonomous (cooperative) systems (with
cooperative, distributed situation awareness and solution finding)


70

M€

1.3

Objectives




Development of mechanisms of autonomous CPS



Development of control of cooperative and autonomous SoS ( e.g car , networks, smart grids, adaptive swarms
)


Research
technical topics
:




Distributed Situation awareness, coherent world views,

distributed, cooperative solution finding, Coping with
evolvability, resilience (vs. strict predictability and dependability), autonomous, adaptive, self
-
organizing, self
-
healing
and sel
f
-
diagnosing systems, security;



Design languages for autonomous CPS;
Automated Design for multi
-
domain, multi
-
criticality, multi
-
manufacturer,
adaptive, autonomous, human
-
centric Systems of Systems / Cyber
-
Physical
-
Systems



Emergence of complex behaviour out of an assembly of simple components that are context aware and act
autonomously within their limited context, runtime system monitoring for property prediction;




Expected impact



Design planning control and operation for au
tonomy and runtime adaptation (
configuration, behaviour),
including monitoring and on
-
line diagnosis.



Cost efficient development of autonomous systems, where subsystems share a coherent view of the
situation and are able to cooperativ
e
ly build strategies to reach solutions



Systems in simple structured enviro
nments and/or hard
-
wired tasks, and swarms????


Potential links a
cross
the a
nnexes

of

MASRIA
:


-

EPoSS


Cont
ribution to ARTEMIS Strategic Research Challenges (5.2.3)
:

ARTEMIS application contexts

(3.3):

Recommended elements of scoring criteria for the evaluation by independent experts
: additional
crit
eria to the one
written in the workprogramme
:

-

Cont
ribution to technology areas

-

Contribution

the Industrial priorities





Your input is essential to the RIAP!

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Thank you for your attention!

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