Specific Targeted Research Project

MADES is a Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) of the Seventh Framework Programme for research and technological development (FP7) - the European Union's chief instrument for funding research over the period 2007 to 2013.

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CFP: European Project Papers @ CSMR 2013

Call For Papers: European Project Papers @ CSMR 2013 EU_Projects_Track_CSMR2013-flier.pdfCFP: EU Projects Track European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR).Abstract Submission:     November 28, 2012Submission Deadline:     December 5, 2012Notification to Authors:     January 5,…See More
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The MADES Project

MADES aims to develop a holistic, model-driven approach to improve the current practice in the development of embedded systems. The proposed approach covers all phases, from design to code generation and deployment.

Design activities will exploit a dedicated language developed as an extension to OMG's MARTE Profile intended to eventually become industry standards, and will foster the reuse of components proposing special means on components sharing including associated models, properties and constraints in order to enforce overall consistency when building a new system.

Validation activities play a key role and will include the verification of key properties on designed artefacts, closed-loop simulation based on detailed models of the environment, and the verification of designed transformations.

Code generation addresses both hardware description languages and conventional programming languages with features for compile-time virtualisation of common hardware architecture features, including accelerators, memory, multiprocessor and inter-processor communication channels, to cope with the fact that hardware platforms are getting more and more complex.

Expected Impact
MADES technologies are expected to reduce development costs of complex embedded systems for the Aerospace, Defence and other key European industries, while enabling a next generation of highly complex embedded systems to be developed that are more reliable, yet costing less to maintain and evolve as industry needs change and hardware capabilities increase. New market opportunities for European industries, including SME size technology companies, will appear as companies relying on design and integration of embedded systems in their products are more competitive in global markets through lower costs and improved abilities to deliver new or enhanced products faster to market.

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MADES Seminar @ LISE Laboratory - CEA LIST Institute

A MADES seminar was organized yesterday (24 September 2012) at CEA LIST Institute - LISE Laboratory of Model-Driven Engineering Applied to Embedded Systems in Paris.Please find all the details of the…Continue

Started by Alessandra Bagnato Sep 25, 2012.

MADES presented at First Workshop on European Industrial & Academic Collaborations on Real Time and Embedded Systems Modeling and Analysis (EIAC-RTESMA)

MADES Project has been presented today at the First Workshop on European Industrial & Academic Collaborations on Real Time and Embedded Systems Modeling and Analysis (EIAC-RTESMA).The workshop is…Continue

Tags: Commission, European, EIAC-RTESMA, ECMFA

Started by Alessandra Bagnato Jul 2, 2012.

HiPEAC April 2012 Newsletter - MADES in the spotlight

The HiPEAC Network of Excellence April newsletter has been published and MADES project is in the spotlight at page 13. Please find the newsletter in here and on line at…Continue

Tags: MADES, HiPEAC, EMBEDDED

Started by Alessandra Bagnato Apr 12, 2012.

MADES Project Second Review - Brussels 22-03-2012

The MADES project has successfully undergone its second project review.At the review, the MADES consortium demonstrated the MADES methodology and tools updated with concrete guidelines for solving…Continue

Started by Alessandra Bagnato Mar 28, 2012.

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