ECSEL 2016 RIA Megamart SICS Swedish ICT Västerås AB

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Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB - SICS Swedish ICT Västerås AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 910 223
Project duration April 2017 - March 2020
Status Ongoing
Venture ECSEL

Purpose and goal

The goal of the project lies in providing practical solutions to the following major issues - 1) system engineering incorporating current engineering practices; 2) design vs. runtime traceability, analysis and requirement verification/validation in the context of observed deviations, 3) overall scalability of model-based methods and tools for traceability. This is done through creating a framework incorporating methods and tools for continuous system engineering and validation leveraging the advantages in scalable model-based methods.

Expected results and effects

The larger commercial actors expect to address challenges such as managing design vs runtime and scalability issues, scaling production through streamlining developer processes, reducing production costs and reducing the development cycle. The smaller commercial actors are expecting to address issues such as modelling larger or more complex scenarios, integrating tools into specific domains (mixed criticality systems, safety, satellites, system on chip, etc), reflecting the potential for MegaM@Rt to enable opportunities in niche domains.

Planned approach and implementation

The research and development in the project is divided into three phases 1) Specification and prototyping: In the first phase of the project we will specify requirements, validation scenarios, the global architecture and roadmap. 2) Consolidation and integration: In the second phase of the project we will consolidate the prototypes, integrated them in the first release of the MegaM@Rt framework and run the first set of the validation scenarios. 3) Validation and Finalization: In the third phase of the project, we will integrate and validate the technical results of the MegaM@Rt

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Last updated 8 January 2019

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