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Title: Brussels, 1 June 2005 WP2005-2006 Strategic Objective 2.5.3 Embedded Systems Tom Bo Clausen


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Brussels, 1 June 2005 WP2005-2006 Strategic
Objective 2.5.3 Embedded Systems Tom Bo Clausen
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Presentation outline
  • 1. Embedded Systems Area
  • 2. Project portfolio after WP2003-04
  • 3. Embedded Systems in WP2005-06
  • - content
  • - instruments
  • - budget
  • 4. Relationship with closest Strategic
    Objectives

3
Embedded Systems - what they are
Information World
Components integrating software and hardware
jointly and specifically designed to provide
a given functionality
Signals World
4
What is special about Embedded Systems?
  • are tightly coupled to to the physical world
  • are surrounded by physical processes
  • are highly resource constrained
  • energy, heat , size, cpu, memory, bandwidth
  • will have to last for a long period of time
  • interoperability becomes a major issue
  • user interface needs to be very simple or none
  • are subject to high or extremely high assurance
    requirements

5
Embedded Systems - Application drivers
90 of the innovation in the car is related to
electronics
Automotive
More than a million lines of C code in todays
mobile phones
Consumer
Home Automation
Aerospace
Software for the connected home market will grow
from 1,2 million in 2001 to 110 million by 2006
Large part of the of development cost of an
airplane is related to software
6
Embedded Systems - Challenges
  • Requirements
  • Reduce costs
  • Time to market
  • Optimal quality
  • System-Centric research
  • Global design
  • Generic middleware to easy programmability
  • Integrate advanced control to increase
    intelligence
  • Both design and middleware can be implemented by
    hw or sw depending on system needs and
    constraints

7
Embedded Systems - Market implications
  • Designs with increased value
  • Standards will be consolidated
  • An applications development community independent
    of hardware and infrastructure providers will
    emerge (comparable to business systems after the
    consolidation of Internet/Web services)

8
Project Portfolio after WP2003-04
Networked Embedded Systems
System Design
RUNES IP
DECOS ASSERT IP
ICODES STREP
HIJA COMPARE COBIS BETSY GOLLUM
Embedded WISENTS CA
STREP
HIPEAC ARTIST2
Control Systems
CEMACS NECST STREP
NoE
HYCON NoE
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Embedded Systems - Workprogramme 2005-06
  • To develop the next generation of technologies
    and tools for modelling, implementation and
    operation of hw/sw systems embedded in
    intelligent devices
  • Two priorities
  • System Design of Embedded Systems
  • Networked Embedded Systems

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System Design Workprogramme 2005-06 (1)
  • Model-based system design, validation and testing
  • Interoperability at the semantic level of model
    and tools
  • Design methods, programming models and
    compilation tools for reconfigurable
    architectures
  • Mastering of heterogeneity and predictability
  • Key issues for both are component-based, modular
    design and addressing heterogeneity
  • Complements Nanoelectronics that focus on chip
    design including SoC and SiP
  • Instruments IP, STREP, CA, SSA

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System Design Workprogramme 2005-06 (2)
  • Constraints addressed in system design in call 4
    goes beyond real-time (e.g. energy, memory,
    safety, security, QoS)
  • We want to emphasize the generic aspects across
    product variants and across sectors
  • Availability of skills and system view is
    expected to be addressed in IPs
  • NoEs are NOT eligible for System Design

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Networked Embedded Systems - WP 2005-2006 (1)
Middleware and platforms for building secure,
swarming and fault-tolerant networked embedded
systems where diverse physical objects cooperate
to achieve a given goal
  • Middleware for wireless objects to hide the
    underlying infrastructure and provide open
    interfaces to third parties for application
    development
  • Scalable and selforganising platforms that offer
    services for ad-hoc networking of very small
    objects and for mastering complexity through
    perception techniques for object and event
    recognition

13
Networked Embedded Systems - WP 2005-2006 (2)
  • While the developed technology must be generic it
    should be driven by an entire class of ambitious
    future applications covering not only information
    handling but also perception and control

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For both areas
  • Link with ITEA, MEDEA and other relevant
    programmes should be described
  • Involvement of SMEs
  • Tool developers and vendors
  • Technology brokers (SME associations or
    technology transfer centers)

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Embedded Systems - Instruments
  • IP integrate basic and fundational research,
    component research and systems engineering and
    integration
  • consider training activities
  • involve SMEs for component development and
    consider the participation of technology brokers
  • NoE creation of virtual research centers on
    specific scientific domains and including
    industry
  • STREP explore emerging technologies or
    alternative approaches opening new prospects in
    the field
  • CA community building and definition of research
    agendas
  • SSA international co-operation, SMEs


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Budget Distribution
  • Pre-allocation of 90 of budget
  • Embedded Systems 68 M (100 75 M)
  • Instruments IP and NoE 60 of budget
  • Instruments STREP/CA/SSA 40 of budget

17
Embedded Systems - relation to other areas in
Call 5
Environment
Networked Businesses
Applications
Embedded Systems
Systems
Complex systems
Software and Services
Building Blocks
Advanced GRID Technologies
Microsystems
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For Further Information
General FP6 http//europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp
6/ http//www.cordis.lu/ IST http//www.cordis.lu
/ist Embedded Systems http//www.cordis.lu/ist/di
rectorate_c/ems
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