Adeptness project gathers nine members including four research partners, two product and service providers and two industrial companies that provide the case studies.
Mondragon Unibertsitatea is a practical university located in the Basque Country, Northern Spain, immersed in a business reality that combines training, research and knowledge transfer to improve the competitive position of companies and organizations.
As a university of knowledge transfer, the Faculty of Engineering has a solid research and transfer model that is articulated around real cooperation with companies and institutions, generating knowledge with a clear market orientation.
Ikerlan is a Spanish private not-for-profit Technology Centre created in 1974, member of IK4 Alliance and a technological R&D actor within Mondragon Corporation.
IKL is a point of reference for innovation, dedicated to advanced technology transfer to industry and comprehensive product development (from concept to implementation) for a wide variety of domains: transportation(railway and vertical), automation, industrial, medical, energy, etc.
Mälardalen University is well-known for its successful cooperation with Swedish industry as well as strong connection between education and research. The Embedded Systems (ES) research environment at the university is consistently rated world-class. Software quality assurance is a core area for development of embedded systems, and knowledge of testing of embedded systems is essential for all advanced-level education programs within ES.
Technische Universität Wien (TUW) has about 20.000 students and a heavy emphasis on research in the engineering sciences. The Faculty of Informatics of TUW comprises about 3.000 students. The Institute for Computer Engineering (ICE) is one of its seven computer science institutes. Within ICE, Prof. Radu Grosu heads the Cyber-Physical Systems Group (CPS), the successor of the Real-Time Systems Group headed by Prof. Hermann Kopetz. Research is dedicated to all aspects of time-triggered real-time systems, fault-tolerant distributed algorithms, as well as modeling and analysis of HW/SW architectures and System-on-a-Chip design. Moreover, research and teaching activities of the CPS focus on modeling, analysis and control of complex dynamic systems, model checking, abstract interpretation, logic and automata theory, control theory, computational models in systems biology, and software and systems engineering.
Tool and service providers
ULMA Embedded Solutions was founded in 2009 and is part of ULMA Group, one of the biggest business groups in the north of Spain. We offer specialized engineering services and our activity is divided into the following areas: Systems engineering and tool integration, Hardware product development, Automated quality, Industrial IoT Solutions.
Easy Global Market SAS provides solutions and services to develop market confidence in technologies making the global market “easy” for companies looking for globalization. EGM developed experience and core competences in validation, interoperability, certification and label programmes, working with state of the art tools and validation approaches such as TTCN-3, V&V, MBT (Model-Based Testing) techniques.
Based in Sophia-Antipolis, first science and technology park in Europe, EGM is strongly active in the major technology clusters and innovation networks, enhanced by the experience gained by EGM’ Directors working in +30 research projects and designing +10 worldwide label or certification programmes. Founding member of IoT Forum, our international team has a real know-how in IoT related topics, providing key methodologies to ensure sustainability, confidence and optimized interoperability. With its laboratory EGM LAB, established in Paris region, EGM also provides tests services in Telecom, IoT and know looking on ITS – connected and automated cars.
ORONA's activities are centered on the design, manufacture, installation, maintenance, and modernization of elevators, escalators, moving ramps and walkways. 1 out of every 10 new elevators in Europe is Orona. The strategy of ORONA includes a strong investment in research, development and innovation. ORONA invests 2% of its revenues in R&D and has become one of Europe's top companies in terms of R&D investment. One of the main research areas is related to the optimization of the software release processes.