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2 2 ICT in FP7: €9bn to boost European Information and Communication Technologies (2015-2020) Future and Emerging Technologies Cognitive systems, robotics and interaction Network and service infrastructures Components, subsystems and embedded systems Digital Libraries and Content Sustainable Personalized Healthcare Mobility Environment Energy Independent living, Inclusion & Participatory Governance End-to-end systems for Socio-economic goals Technology roadblocks ETP & JTIs ENIAC: Nanoeletronics (JTI) ARTEMIS: Embedded systems (JTI) AAL: Ambient Assisted Living

3 3 Hvorfor deltar Norge i ARTEMIS / ENIAC ?  JTI/JU er en ny samarbeidsform under EUs Rammeprogram  Betydelige deler av budsjettet i ICT-programmet allokeres til ARTEMIS / ENIAC  ARTEMIS / ENIAC vil stå for en stor del av EU-finansiert FoU innenfor viktige deler av IKT-feltet  ARTEMIS / ENIAC blir viktige europeiske arenaer og nettverk for FoU-samarbeid  European Technology Platforms / Strategic Research Agendas  ARTEMIS / ENIAC vil delvis avløse store Eureka-programmer: ITEA 2 (ARTEMIS) og CATRENE/MEDEA+ (ENIAC) => Norske miljøer må sikres gode muligheter til å delta på disse arenaene

4 Maintain and consolidate European world leadership in embedded computing technologies which are crucial for the competitiveness of many important sectors of EU industry (e.g. energy, security, safety, health environment and well-being) Example: By 2010, electronics & software in cars will account for up to 40% of their value

5 5 ARTEMIS Research Domains  Reference Designs and Architectures  Rules and concepts for describing the more physical aspects of embedded system implementation, yielding faster development of innovative solutions  Seamless Connectivity and Middleware  (Software) technologies for describing how embedded systems can be made to interact, to offer better services. while reducing the time taken to introduce new services.  (System) Design Methods and Tools  Addressing the design complexity and productivity gap issues in ES design, aiming at significantly reducing time- to-market (‘Tool Platforms’ ).

6 6 ARTEMIS Sub-Programmes 1.Methods and Processes for Safety-relevant Embedded Systems 2.Person-centric Health Management 3.Smart Environments and Scalable Digital Services 4.Efficient Manufacturing and Logistics 5.Computing Environments for Embedded Systems 6.Security, Privacy and Dependability in Embedded Systems for Appliances/Networks/Services 7.Embedded Technology for Sustainable Urban Life 8.Human-centric Design of Embedded Systems

7 7 ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – I  SP1: Methods and Processes for Safety-relevant Embedded Systems  Embedded Systems for enhanced safety and efficiency  Special relevance for the Transport & Manufacturing sectors  Automotive, Aerospace, Plant, …  Cost-effective design and integration of new systems used in safety-critical situations  SP2: Person-centric Health Management  Improved prevention, care, cure and well-being through Embedded Systems  Rising cost of health-care demands new paradigms supported by ICTs  Approach: start by keeping people healthy!

8 8 ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – II  SP3: Smart Environments and Scalable Digital Services  New (service / software) architectures for enhanced user experience of (mobile) media and applications  Enable the creation of new services that bring the “Ambient Intelligence” experience to the user  SP4: Efficient Manufacturing and Logistics  Embedded Systems supporting sustainable, competitive, flexible manufacturing, delivery and support of products over their complete life-cycle

9 9 ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – III  SP5: Computing Environments for Embedded Systems  New architectures and design paradigms for embedded systems  Transversal technology, with positive impact on all ES application domains  Processing throughput, low power, …  SP6: Security, Privacy and Dependability (in Embedded Systems for Appliances/Networks/Services)  Protect the individual, the supplier and the (data) infrastructure from abuse  Increase trust and confidence in the use of ICT-based services  Protect the public at large (infrastructure protection)  Transversal technology, with positive impact on all ES application domains

10 10 ARTEMIS JU Sub-Programmes – IV  SP7: Embedded Technology for Sustainable Urban Life  Sustainable delivery of energy and other utilities  Improved energy use through cost-effective and intelligent embedded systems (smart buildings).  SP8: Human-centric Design of Embedded Systems  New ways to interact with technology ... Or better, for the technology to interact with the user!  Easier-to-use, friendly electronics for home, work and play  Reduces the “digital gap”  Improved operator monitoring and control of transport and industrial systems  Eliminate operator error, for safer plant, safer car/train/’plane,...

11 11 ARTEMIS - organer EC Member States & Associated Countries General Assembly Steering Board Governing Board Strategy and rules of operation, supervision (Votes: 50% industrial ass. & 50% PA’s) Industry and Research Committee Strategic planning Public Authorities Board Calls and project selection (Voting rights proportional to € commitments) Working Groups Executive Director Operations and finances Research Industry (incl. SME)

12 12 ARTEMIS : Hovedprinsipper for prosjektfinansiering  Industrial:  at least 50% in-kind  Participating States:  national contracts  possibility of cross-border funding & subcontracting  ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking (midler fra EUs 7. RP):  In addition to national payments Total Costs > 6 2 > 3 1

13 13 Utbetalinger og regnskapsrapportering Partner 1 Partner 2 Partner 4 Partner 3 Country 1 Country 2 Country 3 Regnskapsrapportering Utbetaling :

14 14 Finansieringsaktører og finansieringskanaler EC MAS Member & Associated States Project € cash for running costs € cash for running costs and R&D Research Industry In-kind for R&D work € for R&D

15 15 Betingelser for norsk finansiering  Hvem:  Norske bedrifter med FoU-virksomhet i Norge  Bransjeforeninger  U&H, Forskningsinstitutter  Forutsatt erklært interesse fra norsk(e) bedrift(er)  Hvordan:  Bedrifter: Planer for utnyttelse av prosjektresultater  UHI: Angi relevans for norsk industri / norske bedrifter  Gitt finansieringsramme for norske deltagere  1,5 mill. € for utlysningen i 2008 og det samme i 2009

16 16 Finansiering fra norsk side  Forskningsrådets og EU/JU-finansiering samlet:  Inntil 50% for bedrifter, opp mot 66,7 % for SMB  Inntil 66,7% for UHI  Andelene gjelder for prosjektet som helhet  Samme satser for alle typer aktiviteter  Budsjettering og regnskapsføring if. norske regler  Søknad til Forskningsrådet uten omfattende dokumentasjon utover ARTEMIS / ENIAC-søknaden  Flere norske partnere: Felles søknad, én kontrakt med NFR

17 17 ARTEMIS - utlysninger  1. utlysningsrunde i ARTEMIS er gjennomført  Utlyst 8. mai 2008, søknadsfrist 3. september 2008  Norsk bevilgningsramme blir utnyttet fullt ut  2 prosjekter med norske deltagere:  CESAR: Cost-Efficient Methods and Processes for Safety Relevant Embedded Systems  ABB Norway, NTNU, SINTEF IKT  SYSMODEL: System Level Modelling for SMEs  Novelda AS

18 18 Nye ARTEMIS – utlysninger  ARTEMIS - utlysning 2009 (1 utlysning årlig):  Annonseres ca. 5. mars 2009, Bevilgningsramme:~100M€  2-faset søknadsprosess:  Frist for ”Project outline” : 15. april 2009!  Feedback på Project outline innen 15. mai 2009  Ingen avvises, men ”klare tilbakemeldinger”  Frist for endelig søknad: 3. september 2009 Nærmere informasjon:  


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