ARTEMIS Industry Association organises the ARTEMIS Technology Conference (ATC), which will take place 4-6 October 2016 in Madrid, Spain. On 5-6 October, this event has – as the name indicates – a focus on deep technological presentations, both on project achievements and state-of-the-art technology, while on 4 October (starting at 12:00 hrs) and 5 October, a Pre-Brokerage for H2020 calls for projects in the area of Embedded Intelligence will take place.
This 2nd edition of the ATC again contains a collection of parallel technical sessions on 5-6 October, built around the following themes:
1. Smart Cities
2. Smart Energy
3. Interoperability in CPS and IoT
4. Future CPS industrial research challenges
As the ATC takes place early October, its timing fits perfectly into the preparation period of project proposals for the related H2020 calls, including the ECSEL calls. Therefore, ARTEMIS-IA has organised a Pre-Brokerage at this event on 4-5 October, including project idea exhibition, in which consortia from communities that face Embedded Intelligence (Embedded & Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Digital Platforms) related challenges will present their ideas for new projects. If you would like to present a project idea, please use the Project Idea Tool.
Registration for the event is now open. Make use of the opportunity to discuss Embedded Intelligence related technological innovations and challenges, shake hands with key players in industry, R&I and knowledge centres, get first-hand information about new H2020 project ideas and even join these project consortia. In short: do not miss out on this important event and register today!
More information about the event, programme and hotel can be found on the ARTEMIS Technology Conference webpage
The third project review meeting will be held in Brussels. It will be preceded by a preparation meeting:
- Tuesday, September 27, 2016: Preparation meeting
- Wednesday, September 28, 2016: Review meeting
The next project meeting will be held in Slovenia as follows:
- Monday, April 18, 2016, plenary meeting at the Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana
- Tuesday, April 19, 2016, visit of the demonstrator in Kolektor, Idrija
The second project review meeting will be held in Gdansk. It will be preceded by a preparation meeting and followed by a plenary meeting as follows:
- Wednesday, November 18, 2015: Preparation meeting
- Thursday, November 19, 2015: Review meeting
- Friday, November 20, 2015: Plenary meeting
The next project meeting will be held at École Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Paris on September 10 and 11, 2015.
The next project meeting will be held in the bcc Berlin Congress Center in Berlin on March 9, 2015.
HiPPES4CogApp: High Performance, Predictable Embedded Systems for Cognitive Applications
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 — 14:00 — Room Extra 1
HiPEAC 2015 — Amsterdam
Cognitive systems analysing the environment using multiple sensors will become the norm in the future, for instance in video surveillance, advanced manufacturing and smart cities. This will be possible thanks to a paradigm change: whereas previous generation of systems had simple sensors, e.g. cameras, connected to powerful centralised computing servers through high-bandwidth networking, the emerging trend is to push low-power, high-performance computing on the edge of the system and in the distributed aggregators to improve overall flexibility, offload the severs and reduce bandwidth requirements. These “smart sensors” and “smart aggregators” will process data streams, extract significant semantic information and decide locally whether or not the data is of interest and is worth propagating to the servers.
These cognitive systems have stringent requirements on execution speed, timeliness, and power consumption despite variable workloads. It is a grand challenge to guarantee these requirements across distributed systems made of heterogeneous components, as current development practices cannot manage performance requirements the same way they manage functional requirements. Even worse, with the proliferation of complex parallel platforms, it becomes more difficult to design a system that reaches a given performance goal with just the minimum amount of properly managed resources.
This workshop will bring together researchers in academia and industry to discuss current status and next steps in architecture and development of distributed cognitive systems.
Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 — 14:00 — Room Extra 1
14:00 — Keynote: “Task-Based SW Modeling”, by Konstantin Popov, SICS, Sweden
14:30 — “Code Commentary and Automatic Refactorings Using Feedback from Multiple Compilers”, by Nicklas B. Jensen, DTU, Denmark
14:45 — “Computation and Data Migration in an Embedded Many-Core SoC”, by Mattieu Brieda, CEA LETI, France
15:00 — “Domain-Specific High-Level Approach for Productive Development of Portable Embedded Software” by Alexey Syschikov, SUAI, Russia
15:15 — “Using Adaptivity in Embedded Systems” by Lars Bonnichsen, DTU, Denmark
15:30 — Break
16:00 — Keynote “PENCIL- A Platform-Neutral Compute Intermediate Language for DSL Compilers” by Michael Kruse, INRIA, France
16:30 — “Design of an Embedded Manufacturing Quality-Control System Based on Computer Vision and Human Cognitive Skills” by Bogdan Filipič, JSI, Slovenia
16:50 — “Porting and Optimisation of the Thales Robust Motion Detector to the iMX6” by A.M. O’Byrne, TRT-UK, United Kingdom
17:10 — “VIPPE: Parallel Simulation and Performance Analysis of Complex Embedded Systems” by Luis Diaz, Universiy of Cantabria, Spain
17:30 — Closure
HIPPES4CogApp is a joint initiative by two Artemis Projects: COPCAMS “COgnitive Perceptive CAMeraS”, GA 332913 (http://copcams.eu/) and PaPP “Performance, Power and Predictability of Many-Core Embedded Systems”, GA 295440 (http://www.papp-project.eu/). Its organizers are Albert Cohen (INRIA/PARKAS ENS, France), Christian Fabre (CEA LETI, France), Bogdan Filipič (JSI, Slovenia), Adam Morawiec (ECSI, France), Hüseyin Özkan (Aselsan, Turkey), Konstantin Popov (SICS, Sweden) and Pascal Schleuniger (DTU Informatik, Denmark).
ARTEMIS Industry Association is very pleased to announce that the Co-summit 2015 will be held on 10-11 March in Berlin. This year’s venue is the bcc Berlin Congress Center.
The 7th edition of the Co-summit – featuring international keynote speakers, a high level panel discussion, an inspiring project exhibition and speakers corners fuelled by the project teams themselves – is dedicated to:
‘Smart industry: Impact of SW innovation’
A first-hand experience with European software innovation!
During the entire Co-summit, visitors will be able to roam around the project exhibition and share insights with key representatives from more than 75 leading European R&I projects. Both ARTEMIS and ITEA projects and their results will be showcased in terms of innovation, business impact and exploitation.
***The registration deadline is 13 February 2015 (subject to availability)***
For further detailed information about the event (programme, accommodation, etc.), please visit: www.artemis-ia.eu/co-summit-2015/index.html.
The next project meeting will be held in Brussels from November 25 to November 27, 2014.
Award of Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland for prominent achievements in the field of innovations in the year 20132014-05-19 14:12:41
The Multimedia Systems Department of Gdansk University of Technology was awarded with a diploma of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland and special award for the particular activity and prominent achievements in field of innovations abroad. The ceremony was held on 10th February 2014 in the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw. The diploma and the statuette were granted for the achievement related to the COPCAMS project distinguished at various international trade fairs and exhibitions of invention »Smart radio-controlled camera«.
The world exhibition on inventions, research and new technologies took place in Brussels from November 14 to November 16. The Eureka contest was held at the exhibition, to which over 230 inventions from 20 countries were signed up. Multimedia Systems Department of Gdansk University of Technology presented a Smart radio-controlled camera elaborated in the COPCAMS project. The international jury awarded the invention with silver medal.
From 8th to 10th October 2013, the Multimedia System Department of Gdansk University of Technology exhibited at the 7th International Warsaw Invention Show IWIS 2013. The presented invention was a Smart radio-controlled camera. The jury awarded the invention with a silver medal. In general, more than 120 inventions from over 20 countries were presented at the exhibition.
The first project review meeting will be held in Grenoble on May 16, 2014.
The meeting will be preceded by a preparation meeting on May 15, 2014.
The next project meeting will be held in Paris on February 19 and 20, 2014.
Prior to the project meeting (on February 18, 2014), some of the partners will take part in the STHORM hands-on training session.
The next project meeting will be held in Bilbao on November 27 and 28, 2013.
Slides from the IEEE AVSS 2013 panel discussion are now available.
CEA, TRT-UK, ASELSAN and GUT have participated in the Industrial Panel Discussion “Are Smart Cameras Ready for Prime Time?” organized by QMUL during the 10th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal-Based Surveillance (AVSS 2013) on August 28 in Krakow, Poland (http://www.avss2013.org).
The next project meeting will be held in Copenhagen on June 26 and 27, 2013.
The project kick-off meeting will be held in Paris on April 11 and 12, 2013.