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Reference number
Coordinator Kungliga tekniska högskolan - Institutionen Maskinkonstruktion
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 940 000
Project duration December 2008 - April 2012
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

Creating a cross-sectorial standard reference technology platform: meta-models, methods and tools Supporting holistic multi-criteria end-to-end design flows from system conception to realization based on a standardized formal requirements capturing language Allowing to guide, optimise and assess systems architecture choices against business and operations criteria (cost, safety, reliability, performance, mass, ) Providing complete encapsulation and full design re-use through multi-criteria rich component models Providing a suite of multi-criteria design, analysis and validation methods supporting relevant analysis (consistency, safety, V&V)

Results and expected effects

CESAR aims at boosting cost-efficiency of development and safety processes by an order of magnitude Process: One significant innovation for overall reduction of development time or effort, between 30% and 50%, depending on the domain RTP: Double within 5 years the number of European technology providers and European SMEs joining the CESAR ecosystem as contributors to the RTP RTP: Reduce by 50% the cost of integration, configuration, deployment, and maintenance of appropriate tool-chains for all major actors in the supply chain involved in the project

Approach and implementation

A detailed development plan describes the work including the following aspects: - Division into work packages and tasks - Incremental deliverables of methods, specifications and tools.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

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