Developing analysis tools for embedded critical systems: Page 2 of 2

January 27, 2020 //By Julien Happich
critical systems
Launched last December for a duration of two years, the Multicore Analysis Service and Tools for Embedded Critical Systems (MASTECS) Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) project aims to develop validation technology to be used in the safety-critical embedded software industry.

The technology delivered as part of MASTECS will be commercialised in the emerging market of autonomous systems. This technology will provide solutions for the automation of testing and the verification of the software’s execution times in multicore processors, following avionics and automotive regulations and safety standards (DO-178C (CAST-32A) and ISO 26262).

MASTECS benefits from a €2.5 million budget, of which €1.99 million is directly funded by the European Union. In order to reach its goals, MASTECS brings together four EU partners: BSC (Spain), as coordinator and expert on multicore hardware and Rapita Systems (United Kingdom), as provider of a consolidated on-target verification toolsuite. Marelli Europe (Italy) and UTRC (Ireland) will contribute with representative use cases and domain-specific qualification and certification requirements, which are necessary to steer the project towards industrial requirements and to assess the feasibility of the proposed solutions. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 878752.

Barcelona Supercomputing Center - www.bsc.es

Rapita Systems - www.rapitasystems.com

More about MASTECS


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