Department of Information Systems

Embedded multi-core systems for mixed criticality applications in dynamic and changeable real-time environments

Czech title:Embedded multi-core systems for mixed criticality applications in dynamic and changeable real-time environments
Research leader:Václavek Pavel
Team leaders:Zemčík Pavel
Team members:Husár Adam, Jurzykowski Michal, Řezníček Ivo, Smrž Pavel
Agency:Artemis Joint Undertaking
Code:7H14011, 621419
Keywords:embedded systems, real-time environments
The embedded systems segment is presently undergoing a disruptive innovation process. Different kinds of systems are connected to each other and systems of systems are formed. Boundaries of application domains are alleviated and ad-hoc connections and interoperability play an increasing role. In the present situation formerly closed systems are forced to be opened up. Traditional single-core processors used as computing resources are running out of business. Multi-core and Many-core processors become available whose exploitation for critical and real-time applications is presently happening unsatisfactorily slow, inefficient and expensive. Summarizing, this means their use in certified or qualified environments is challenging. The objective of the EMC2 project is to foster this change of embedded systems through an innovative and sustainable service-oriented architecture approach for mixed criticality applications in dynamic and changeable real-time environments. It is making the big step from basic research to industrial applications. The Artemis Innovation Pilot Project (AIPP) appears to be the best suited vehicle to provide this quantum leap. The EMC2 project builds on the results of previous Artemis, European and National projects and provides the paradigm shift to a new and sustainable system architecture which is suitable to handle open dynamic systems. The following challenges will be addressed and solutions developed to overcome: Dynamic Adaptability in Open Systems Utilization of expensive system features only as Service-on-Demand in order to reduce the overall system cost. Handling of mixed criticality applications under real-time conditions Scalability and utmost flexibility Full scale deployment and management of integrated tool chains, through the entire life cycle This embedded system approach will force the breakthrough and deployment of Multi-Core technology in almost all application domains where real-time and mixed-criticality are an issue such as Aerospace, Automotive, Railway, Shipping, Medical, Industrial factory automation and therefore strengthen the competitiveness of the European Embedded System industry


2017Bilateral filter for HDR tone mapping (IP core), software, 2017
Authors: Nosko Svetozár, Musil Martin, Musil Petr
 Hardware object detector in video stream, software, 2017
Authors: Juránek Roman, Musil Martin, Musil Petr, Zemčík Pavel
 HDR merging and deghosting software, software, 2017
Authors: Musil Martin, Nosko Svetozár
2016HDR camera - functional sample, specimen, 2016
Authors: Nosko Svetozár, Musil Martin, Musil Petr
2015LBP Detector for Matlab, software, 2015
Authors: Zemčík Pavel, Juránek Roman
 roVEX processor model and its compiler, software, 2015
Authors: Husár Adam, Burget Radek, Čekan Ondřej, Podivínský Jakub, Hruška Tomáš
 VHDL object detector - IP core, specimen, 2015
Authors: Musil Petr, Musil Martin, Zemčík Pavel, Juránek Roman


2017NOSKO Svetozár, MUSIL Martin, MUSIL Petr and ZEMČÍK Pavel. True HDR camera with bilateral filter based tone mapping. In: SCCG '17: Spring Conference on Computer Graphics 2017. Mikulov: Association for Computing Machinery, 2017, pp. 1-9. ISBN 978-1-4503-5107-2.
2016ZEMČÍK Pavel, MUSIL Petr and MUSIL Martin. High Dynamic Range Video; Concepts, Technologies and Applications. High Dynamic Range Video, 1st Edition. London: Elsevier Science, 2016, pp. 145-154. ISBN 978-0-12-809477-8.

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