Reduced Certification Costs Using Trusted Multi-core Platforms

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Project strategy and  organization

The RECOMP consortium is composed of industries coming from different domains, which will bring along requirements particular to their specific application fields. The scope of RECOMP is not limited by any particular type of industry. Methods and processes developed within RECOMP will be useful for various domains like Automotive, Aerospace and Industrial automation domain.

The overall project work is divided according to the figure below. Any technical work done in the project is defined by commercial requirements of systems derived in Work Package 1. Given the requirements of systems, WP2, WP3, WP4 will work in parallel, interacting on the issues related to platform, methods and tools and certification aspects, to ensure that derived solutions are both technically feasible and certifiable. WP5 will create demonstrators that consider carefully the requirements from WP1 and are based on the RECOMP platform (WP3) and methods and tools (WP2). In WP6, these demonstrators are validated with particular focus on the main certification improvement aspects of RECOMP. This evaluation will then feed back into WP2,WP3,WP4.

Project management and administration in WP8 support the work performed in WP1-WP6. Dissemination work will be concentrated in WP7. The reference platform, methodology and tooling are derived and validated using demonstration applications.

 

 

RECOMP at a Glance

Total budget: 9,4M€

Total effort: 1460,5 PMs

Duration: 04/2010 - 03/2013

This project is already concluded

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