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  1. Information MeetingCopenhagen, Februari 26, 2009Preparation of Call 2009 “Self-Sustaining Innovation Ecosystems for European Leadership”

  2. Annual Work Programme 2009Support for call2 Ad ten Berg, ARTEMISIA Association

  3. Back to the Source: the High Level viewARTEMIS-ETP: Strategic Research Agenda Common objectives: Design Efficiency Ease of Use High added value Time to market Modularity Safety / Security Robustness Competitiveness Innovation Cost reduction Interoperability Application Contexts Industrial Nomadic Environ-ments Public Infra-structure Private Spaces Reference Designs & Architectures Seamless Connectivity & Middleware Foundational science & technology Research Domains System Design Methods & Tools • ARTEMIS envisages cross-application solutions

  4. Organising Research and Development:ARTEMIS Research Domains Common objectives: Design Efficiency Ease of Use High added value Time to market Modularity Safety / Security Robustness Competitiveness Innovation Cost reduction Interoperability Application Contexts Industrial Nomadic Environ-ments Public Infra-structure Private Spaces Reference Designs & Architectures Seamless Connectivity & Middleware Foundational science & technology Research Domains System Design Methods & Tools • With DOWNSTREAM focus (Innovation)

  5. Organising Research and Development:ARTEMIS Research Domains Common objectives: Design Efficiency Ease of Use High added value Time to market Modularity Safety / Security Robustness Competitiveness Innovation Cost reduction Interoperability Application Contexts Industrial Nomadic Environ-ments Public Infra-structure Private Spaces Reference Designs & Architectures Seamless Connectivity & Middleware Foundational science & technology Research Domains System Design Methods & Tools • For applications mapped onto 8, ARTEMIS Sub-Programes ASP 1 ASP 2 ASP 3 ASP 4 ASP 5 ASP 6 ASP 7 ASP 8

  6. ARTEMIS Sub-Programmes (ASPs) • Methods and Processes for Safety-relevant Embedded Systems • Person-centric Health Management • Smart Environments and Scalable Digital Services • Efficient Manufacturing and Logistics • Computing Environments for Embedded Systems • Security, Privacy and Dependability in Embedded Systems for Appliances/Networks/Services • Embedded Technology for Sustainable Urban Life • Human-centric Design of Embedded Systems

  7. ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – I • ASP1: Methods and Processes for Safety-relevant Embedded Systems • Embedded Systems for enhanced safety and efficiency • Special relevance for the Transport & Manufacturing sectors • Automotive, Aerospace, Plant, … • Cost-effective design and integration of new systems used in safety-critical situations • ASP2: Person-centric Health Management • Improved prevention, care, cure and well-being through Embedded Systems • Rising cost of health-care demands new paradigms supported by ICTs • Approach: start by keeping people healthy!

  8. ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – II • ASP3: Smart Environments and Scalable Digital Services • New (service / software) architectures for enhanced user experience of (mobile) media and applications • Enable the creation of new services that bring the “Ambient Intelligence” experience to the user • ASP4: Efficient Manufacturing and Logistics • Embedded Systems supporting sustainable, competitive, flexible manufacturing, delivery and support of products over their complete life-cycle

  9. ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – III • ASP5: Computing Environments for Embedded Systems • New architectures and design paradigms for embedded systems • Transversal technology, with positive impact on all ES application domains • Processing throughput, low power, … • ASP6: Security, Privacy and Dependability(in Embedded Systems for Appliances/Networks/Services) • Protect the individual, the supplier and the (data) infrastructure from abuse • Increase trust and confidence in the use of ICT-based services • Protect the public at large (infrastructure protection) • Transversal technology, with positive impact on all ES application domains

  10. ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – IV • ASP7: Embedded Technology for Sustainable Urban Life • Sustainable delivery of energy and other utilities • Improved energy use through cost-effective andintelligent embedded systems (smart buildings) • Also benefitting non-urban communities • ASP8: Human-centric Design of Embedded Systems • New ways to interact with technology • ... Or better, for the technology to interact with the user! • Easier-to-use, friendly electronics for home, work and play • Reduces the “digital gap” • Improved operator monitoring and control of transport and industrial systems • Eliminate operator error, for safer plant, safer car/train/’plane, ...

  11. AWP: “Proposals should address at least one ARTEMIS Sub-Programme and address within that at least one of the Research Priorities.” Common objectives: Design Efficiency Ease of Use High added value Time to market Modularity Safety / Security Robustness Competitiveness Innovation Cost reduction Interoperability Application Contexts Industrial Nomadic Environ-ments Public Infra-structure Private Spaces Reference Designs & Architectures Seamless Connectivity & Middleware Foundational science & technology Research Domains System Design Methods & Tools • ARTEMIS envisages cross-application solutions

  12. Industrial priorities in Annual Working Plan2009 ( AWP2009, page 7) 3.1.1 Reference designs and architectures • Reference designs and architectures that offer common architectural approaches for given ranges of applications. It includes topics such as: • composability: the ability to derive instantiations of architecture from a generic platform that support the constructive composition of large systems out of components and sub-systems without uncontrolled emergent behaviour or side effects. • architectural dependability, to ensure secure, reliable and timely system services despite accidental failure of system components and/or the activity of malicious intruders. • design for safety by means of architectures instantiated from a generic platform that enable the implementation of safety critical systems and the concurrent construction of dependability models. In addition to the required dependability and functionality of the provided services, emphasis is put on architectural support for certification, and the establishment of a safety case.

  13. Industrial Priorities in AWP 2009 3.1.2 Seamless connectivity and middleware • Middleware that allows seamless connectivity and interoperability. It includes topics such as: • cross domain connectivity and communication capabilities, necessary to realise the seamless interoperability between the ‘Ambient Intelligent Environments’ envisaged for the European citizen (at home, travelling, at work, in public spaces,…) • resource management to insure seamless connectivity between ES in a physical and logical environment more and more subject to changes, and to dynamically adapt to such changes. Resource management should ensure high utilization of the system resources such as CPU, memory, network, and energy, and guarantee operation within resource reserves or budgets.

  14. Industrial Priorities in AWP2009 • 3.1.3 Design methods and tools • Integrated system design methods and tools for rapid development and prototyping. It includes topics such as: • establishment of an integrated chain of European-sourced tools, based on ARTEMIS JU results, to support a complete process flow of development of Embedded Systems from user requirements, through system design, to system-on-chip production. • system-level model-based tools and design processes that contribute, in an integrated fashion, to elevating the abstraction level for architecture exploration and product design.

  15. AWP 2009 – Main features of Call 2 • Open for all ASPs • All 8 ASP’s are in the Call. • Priorities in each ASP are in the AWP2009 and extracted from the RA • No pre-budget allocation per ASP, but ASPs 2, 4 and 6 are “especially welcome” • Encouraging SME involvement • Impact on standards, regulation, open source and tool platforms are recommended to be addressed • Identify contribution to the achievement of the ARTEMIS targets

  16. “Self-Sustaining Innovation Eco-Systems for European Leadership in Embedded Systems”

  17. 2009 Call support • ARTEMIS Call 2009 is the first “full” Call. • Two-step process • As before, supported by the web-based ARTEMIS Proposal Service (APS) • Tried and tested toolbox • User-friendly (according to feedback) • Important: APS is for SUBMITTING PROPOSALS • do not use it as an “on-line brokerage” for your project! • ARTEMISIA Partner Search Tool • www.artemisia-association.eu • Register yourself, be visible! • On-line brokerage function • Propose project ideas or summaries

  18. The ARTEMIS Proposal Service (APS) • What? • Web-based toolkit for submitting all relevant project information • Why? • Uniform system, simplifies process for all parties • Secure system (privacy) • Centralised data for later management and follow-up • How? • See next slides

  19. Using the APS - I • Setting up a project • Register as a partner • Provides basic company details • Create a project • The partner who creates a project on the system becomes by default the PROJECT COORDINATOR • Project data required (name, basic budget, …) • Registration of partners • Project Coordinator must invite partners (e-mail sent by the system) • Partners can then accept the invitation • And register their details (if not already registered) • TIPS: • Make sure that all partners register and fill in their details EARLY • The APS is NOT a Partner Search Tool!

  20. Registering as a Partner

  21. Inviting a partner registers

  22. Using the APS - II • Uploading the Project Description (“Part B”) • Download the relevant template from the site • Complete this as much as possible, and upload it frequently • Only the Project Coordinator can upload • MUST be in PDF format • “PART C” forms may be required for some partners (country dependent) • Must be uploaded by the Project Coordinator too • TIPS: • Upload the Part B frequently, even if not finished – don’t wait until the last minute! • “SUBMIT” the project frequently, too • NB Can only submit when all partner and project details are completed • The last version that was “submitted” prior to the Closure will be used. • This means you can do a DRY RUN to familiarise yourself with the system • Make sure that all partners and only those mentioned in the proposal are properly registered in time! • “Part A” is generated automatically at Call Closure from the information provided

  23. Formalities • JU-Office funding • Artemisia is obliged to contribute 10-20M Euro to finance the JU-Office (Council regulations) • Artemisia therefore expects that all partners of all projects contribute with 1.5% of their eligible costs. • Project Agreement • A PA must be signed according to the Guide-for-Applicants • We strongly recommend to use the ARTEMISIA Project Consortium Agreement (APCA) to avoid lengthy legal debates between partners. • It can be downloaded from the ARTEMISIA website (“JOIN” tab). • Non-ARTEMISIA members will be asked to sign a “Declaration of Acceptance”. • Grant Agreements: • A national GRANT AGREEMENT signed together with the national funding authority • A JU GRANT AGREEMENT to allow the JU funding to be paid • TIP: Start early to have a PA read and agreed among partners • Contact local Funding Authority EARLY to understand eligibility requirements

  24. Getting Help • Guide for Applicants • Very important and useful document. Download it and read it as soon as you can! • Check ARTEMISIA website on documents:www.artemisia-association.eu. • Help: • JU helpdesk and APS helpdesk • FAQ on-line • E-mail

  25. Thank you for your attention