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Cyber-physical systems put increasing demands on reliability, usability and flexibility while, at the same time, lead time and cost efficiency are essential for industry competitiveness. Tools and environments for model-based development of cyber-physical systems are becoming increasingly complex and critical for the...

The flexi project resulted in major improvements in productivity for embedded systems software development across large enterprises. Some 58 trials of the agile approach demonstrated concrete impacts on production innovation, reduction in lead times for new products and cutting integration time in major software...

The timmo project developed a common, standardised infrastructure for the handling of timing information during the design of embedded real-time systems in the automotive industry. This reduces the development cycle and increases its predictability to the benefit of carmakers and their suppliers.

Flood cooling, using an emulsion of oil in water, is commonly used in machining operations of ‘difficult-to-machine’ materials (e.G. Titanium alloys) to break the downward tool wear spiral caused by excessive heat and in machining operations of ‘high-stic

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.