DREAMS featured its novel architecture during the Mixed-Criticality session at the 5th International workshop on the “Integration of mixed-criticality subsystems on multi-core and manycore processors” held on 25th of January in Stockholm, Sweden.
European Project “DREAMS” introduces architectural style for networked multicore systems in the mixed-criticality domain
October 14-15, 2013: The DREAMS project held its kick-off meeting in Siegen, Germany
The workshop will be broadly disseminated through HiPEAC and EMSIG, especially addressing all partners of the European Mixed-Criticality Cluster, consisting of the large three European research projects DREAMS, PROXIMA, CONTREX and their associated projects EMC2, CRYSTAL, SAFURE and SAFEPOWER.
The workshop was held on Tuesday 14 June from 9.00 to 17.30 at the Bedford hotel in Brussels back to back with the Smart Anything Everywhere 2016 Event. It was organized by HiPEAC (http://www.hipeac.net/) in collaboration with the European Commission.
Industrial Use Cases
In many domains such as avionics, wind power, or healthcare there is an increasing trend for integrating functions with different certification assurance levels using a shared computing platform. For example, healthcare systems encompass monitoring functions for observing the patient’s vital signs at home or at a point of care to clinicians. These services are vital for treatment and a critical aspect of the patient’s safety needs, while they can be combined with less critical applications such as multimedia and entertainment.
DREAMS shall provide the required infrastructure for demonstrators of avionic, wind power, and healthcare mixed-criticality applications which integrate the concepts and tools of DREAMS.