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Accompanying Measure in System Dependability. FP5.8 KAII Roadmapping project June 2002 - May 2003. Partners. Univ. Newcastle Co-ordinator Adelard Overall roadmap ARC Seibersdorf DES Roadmap & workshop CNUCE/ISTI - Univ. Pisa Partner JRC Workshops CNRS/LAAS Partner. Objectives.

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Accompanying Measure in System Dependability

FP5.8 KAII Roadmapping project

June 2002 - May 2003


Univ. NewcastleCo-ordinator

AdelardOverall roadmap

ARC SeibersdorfDES Roadmap & workshop

CNUCE/ISTI - Univ. PisaPartner



Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ


  • Overall Dependability Roadmap

    • consult and synthesize from other roadmapping workshops

  • Dependable Embedded System Roadmap

  • Constituency and Consensus-Building, for

  • ISDI (Information Society Dependability Initiative)

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

AMSD Positioning





Overall dependability

AMSD dependable embedded systems





PAMPASmobileprivacy &security






Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

Overall Dependability Roadmap

  • Aims to cover both technical and socio-technical issues, and a broad range of systems.

  • Material from all the more-focussed road-maps will be consolidated, so as to identify commonalities, tensions, and contradictions (as well as opportunities for synergy)

  • This will use the taxonomies and classifications of dependability developed by IFIP WG 10.4 (Dependability and Fault Tolerance) as the conceptual framework

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

Target domains

Autonomic, self healing systems


Consumer, network enabled devices


Critical systems

Fault Tolerance

Dependable Embedded Systems

Early Warning and Information Sharing


Human Factors

Interdependencies (technological and sociological)

IT & Law (European and International)

Large scale bounded systems (enterprise)

Large scale unbounded (infrastructure)

Middleware for critical systems

Mobile computing, Grid, P2P


Privacy and Identity Management

Reliability, etc.


Smart Cards


Trust in e-Business


Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

Dependable Embedded System Roadmap

  • application assessment (analysis of the different application domains

  • technology assessment (study of the available performance and cost predictions of the enabling technologies, namely semiconductors, communications, dependability, and real-time system and software development

  • analysis of the resulting technology/application matrix to identify which fields particularly merit further work, leading

  • establishment of a research agenda

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

Roadmap progress and plans

DES Roadmap

Jul 02Initial working draft

Oct Draft roadmap

(limited distribution)

Nov/DecDetailed draft roadmap

(full distribution)

Feb 03Final roadmap

MayFinal report

Overall Roadmap

Sep 02Elicitation framework

Oct Strawman roadmap

NovPartial roadmap

(limited distribution)

DecDraft roadmap

(full distribution)


MarFinal roadmap

May Final report

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ


  • R&D in Information Infrastructure and Dependability

    • Sept 19-20, Brussels (with DDSI, ACIP)

  • Dependable Embedded Systems

    • 3 Oct, Grenoble (with ARTIST)

  • Privacy and Identity Management

    • Oct 17-18, Zurich - provisional (with RAPID)

  • Trust and Security in e-business Processes

    • Nov 7-8, Brussels (with PAMPAS, RESET)

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ


  • Ideally, the coherent dependability initiative in FWP6, encompassing a full range of dependability-related activities, e.g.

    • R&D, and tools/methods etc. on the various aspects of dependability per se, (reliability, safety, security, survivability, etc.);

    • education and training; and

    • means for encouraging and enabling sector-specific (IST) R&D projects to use dependability best practice.

  • A core IP and NoE, linked through cooperation and overlapping workpackages to other Ips, NoEs (& traditional instruments) with dependability concerns

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

International Working Conference

  • March 2003

  • Promote inter-community working

  • Industry, government, academia, policy

  • EU + accession states

  • (Some) US, Australia, NZ,...

  • Establish broad dependability consensus

    • working towards a cross-sector dependability culture

  • Gain political support for ISDI

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

AMSD Advisory Board

Prof. Martyn Thomas - Independent Consultant (UK) - Chairman

Daniel Bois, Senior Vice President of Corporate R&D, Gemplus International (F)

Guy Carrere, Director of Research, France Telecom R&D (F)

Wolfgang Merker, Vice-President, Research Information and Communication,

DaimlerChrysler AG (D)

Dr Sergio Montenegro, Manager for Embedded and Dependable Systems, GMD Fraunhofer - Institute for Computer Architecture and Software Technology (A)

Dr. Michele Morganti, Director Strategic Planning, Siemens (I)

VD Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Petschacher, CTO, Infineon Technologies (A)

Gérard Roucairol, Vice-President for Research and Development, Bull (F)

Dr. Rob Witty, Chief Technical and Programmes Officer, National Air Traffic Services (UK)

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ

AMSD Technical Board

  • Senior technical representatives

    • industry, academia, government, policy

  • Advice on overall position, and specific technical expertise

  • Direct consultation

  • Review of materials produced

  • Attendance at workshops

  • > 45 members, by invitation

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AMSD Affiliates

  • Broad representation

  • Cross community

  • Open to all

  • Review of published/draft materials

  • >100 members

Adelard ARCS CNUCE JRC LAAS Newcastle Univ


  • Coordinator - Newcastle University

    • <> (Scientific)

    • <>(Admin)

  • Overall roadmap - Adelard


  • DES roadmap & workshop - ARCS


  • Workshops - JRC

    • (Trust in e-Business, Privacy)

    • (Critical Infrastructure)

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