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PROJECT:
 ARTEMIS 100371 CRAFTERS (Constraint and Application driven Framework for Tailoring Embedded Real-time Systems). ART-010000-2012-5
       
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Title:ARTEMIS 100371 CRAFTERS (Constraint and Application driven Framework for Tailoring Embedded Real-time Systems). ART-010000-2012-5
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Payer:Ministerio de Industria, Energia y Turismo (ART-010000-2012-5) y ARTEMIS JU (CE). 
Partners:TECHNOCONSULT, AALBORG UNIVERSITET, CAMEA,Vysoke Uceni Technicke v Brne, MOBISOFT,CROSSCONTROL,TTY-SAATIO,MAGILLEM DESIGN SERVICES , EUROPEAN ELECTRONIC CHIPS & SYSTEMS DESIGN INITIATIVE,Thales Italia ,UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DELL AQUILA, VIRAGE LOGIC, Cat 
Budget:310000€ Years, begin:2012  end:2015 
Director:Pablo Pedro Sánchez 
R&D Lines: Design of HW/SW Embedded Systems
Verification of Embedded Systems
Staff: Pablo Pedro Sánchez
Description:CRAFTERS (Constraint and Application driven Framework for Tailoring Embedded Real-time Systems) is an ARTEMIS proyect.
Real-time applications for heterogeneous, networked, embedded
many-core systems suffer from the lack of trusted pathways to system realization and application deployment.
Service and product development efforts are high with many uncertainties discouraging such ventures. This
project brings to bear a holistically designed ecosystem from application to silicon. The ecosystem is realized
as a tightly integrated multi-vendor solution and tool chain complementing existing standards. Feature-limited
releases of reference tools and platforms are made available under favourable licensing conditions to support
the evaluation and adoption of the results. Full-fledged versions are retained for commercial exploitation and
standardization of the overall ecosystem is pursued. As direct effects of the project results 30% reduction of the
total cost of ownership, 50% shorter time-to-market, and 30% decrease of the number of development assets
are expected. Marketable lead applications driving ecosystem development and benchmarking on the fields of
industrial & intelligent transport systems, video & image processing, and wireless communications are produced.
Key challenges include guaranteeing secure, reliable, and timely operation, back-annotation based forward
system governance, Tool-tool, tool-middleware, and middleware-hardware exchange interfaces, and energy
management with minimal run-time overhead.  

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