Softeam R&D department actively participates in various national and European collaborative research projects. This page presents several recent projects.

REMICS (FP7-ICT-2010-5)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:59 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 8:00 AM ]

Project Description: The goal of REMICS is to develop advanced model driven methodology and tools for REuse and Migration of legacy applications to Interoperable Cloud Services. Service Cloud paradigm stands for combination of cloud computing and SOA for development of Software as a Service systems.To support the migration, REMICS will enhance the OMG Architecture Driven Modernization (ADM) methodology with specific methods, metamodels and tool support, including knowledge discovery, patterns and transformations for SOA and Cloud Computing, Model Driven Interoperability (MDI), Models@Runtime, Model Checking and Model-based Testing (MBT).
REMICS will take an active role in the standardisation of metamodels and languages for Service Clouds including OMG PIM4Cloud. The technical results will be compliant with the proposed standards ensuring high industry acceptance.

SOFTEAM Role: Technical Coordinator, Technology Provider

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FITTEST (FP7-ICT-2010-5)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:57 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:59 AM ]

Project Description: The Future Internet will be a complex interconnection of services, applications, content and media, on which our society will become increasingly dependent for critical activities such as public utilities, social services, government, learning, finance, business, as well as entertainment. Consequently, Future Internet applications have to meet high quality demands. Testing is the mostly used quality assurance technique applied in industry. However, the complexity of the technologies involved in the Future Internet makes testing extremely challenging and demands for novel approaches and major advancement in the field.
The overall aim of the FITTEST project is to address these testing challenges, by developing an integrated environment for automated testing, which can monitor the Future Internet application under test and adapt to the dynamic changes observed.

Integration Lead , Technology Provider

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ENOSYS (FP7-ICT-2009-4)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:56 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:57 AM ]

Project Description: The main objectives of the ENOSYS project are to shorten time to market and to reduce design costs in the development of new electronic products. This is of prime importance to European companies seeking to increase their share of the competitive consumer electronics market, where the flexibility to move quickly to add distinguishing features, such as faster operation, lower power consumption or miniaturization, is paramount. ENOSYS will achieve this by allowing designers to work at a high level of abstraction and removing the need to concentrate on the time-consuming details of the design.

SOFTEAM Role: Coordinator, Technology Provider

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MADES (FP7-ICT-2009-4)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:40 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:41 AM ]

Project Description: MADES aims to develop a holistic, model-driven approach to improve the current practice in the development of embedded systems. The proposed approach covers all phases, from design to code generation and deployment.

Design activities will exploit a dedicated language developed as an extension to OMG's MARTE Profile intended to eventually become industry standards, and will foster the reuse of components proposing special means on components sharing including associated models, properties and constraints in order to enforce overall consistency when building a new system.

Validation activities play a key role and will include the verification of key properties on designed artefacts, closed-loop simulation based on detailed models of the environment, and the verification of designed transformations.

Code generation addresses both hardware description languages and conventional programming languages with features for compile-time virtualisation of common hardware architecture features, including accelerators, memory, multiprocessor and inter-processor communication channels, to cope with the fact that hardware platforms are getting more and more complex.
SOFTEAM Role: Technical Coordinator, Technology Provider

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Galaxy (ANR - French National)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:34 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:38 AM ]

Project Description: The more complex a system, the larger the number and variety of its related artifacts become. Large-scale industrial systems involve nowadays hundreds of developers working on hundreds of different but related artifacts representing parts of the whole system specification. In MDE (Model Driven Engineering), artifacts are considered to be models. There are models for requirements, analysis and design, tests, validation and verification, supervision, deployment, etc. The complete system specification is then a huge set of distributed models manipulated by developers during the whole system life cycle.
The goal of the Galaxy project is to address the complexity of model collaborative work. It aims at defining an open and flexible architecture particularly designed to be scalable with regard of the size and dynamics of models and developers teams.

SOFTEAM Role: Technology Provider, Workpackage Leader

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SHAPE (FP7-ICT-2007-1)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:32 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:34 AM ]

Project Description:The SHAPE project aims to support the development and realization of enterprise systems based on a Semantically-enabled Heterogeneous service Architecture (SHA). SHA extends Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) with semantics and heterogeneous infrastructures (Web services, Agents, Semantic Web Services, P2P and Grid) under a unified service oriented approach. To achieve this the consortium of the SHAPE project will develop a Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) tool-supported methodology and will take an active role in the standardization of metamodels and languages for SHA.

SOFTEAM Role: Technology Provider, Work Package Leader

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WebMov (ANR - French National)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:31 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:32 AM ]

Project Description:The Web Service Modelling and Validation (WebMov) project is a French national research project which intendes to contribute to design, composition and validation of Web Services through a high level abstraction views of a SOA based logical architecture enabled with the state-of-the-art formal testing technologies. In particular the projects provides a research for active and passive testing of SOA architectures and concentrats on the behaviour validation (conformance, reliability, fault tolerance) of the Web Services expressed in BPEL. For this the formal methods such as TEFSM (Time Extended Finite State Machine) are used.

SOFTEAM Role: Technology Provider, Work Package Leader

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posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:29 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:31 AM ]

Project Description: MODELPLEX has three major objectives:
  • Objective A: Develop an open solution for complex systems engineering improving quality and productivity;
  • Objective B: Lead its industrialisation;
  • Objective C: Ensure its successful adoption by the industry.
Model-driven engineering (MDE) is an approach to Software Engineering that has proven benefits of cost reduction and quality improvement. Although Models can indeed provide the necessary abstractions that enable human comprehension, communication, simulation and analysis, and synthesis of implementation artefacts which is key for complex systems engineering, applicability still remains a challenge. MODELPLEX will define and develop a coherent infrastructure specifically for the application of MDE to the development and subsequent management of complex systems within a variety of industrial domains. MODELPLEX will use established MODELWARE technologies as a basis for providing an enhanced MDE approach. MODELPLEX will be driven by Industrial Use Cases ensuring the applicability and the integration of the different technologies produced by the academics and industrial partners.

SOFTEAM Role: Technology Provider, Task Leader

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MOMOCS (FP6-2005-IST-5)

posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:27 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:29 AM ]

Project Description: The project is dedicated to elaboration of the methodology for modernization of complex systems in software and system engineering (XIRUP). The mothodology is supported by dedicated MDD tools: editors, transformation engines and model repositories. The methodology and tools are validated with use cases by SIEMENS and TELEFONICA.

SOFTEAM Role: Technology Provider, Work Package Leader

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posted Apr 6, 2011, 7:24 AM by Andrey Sadovykh   [ updated Apr 6, 2011, 7:27 AM ]

Project Description:
The challenge:
  • To improve methodologies and tools for application development focusing on data intense business applications in order to make creation of new systems easier, faster and more accessible to business people.
  • To introduce the new methodologies and tools to the business world and assure that they will be adopted by industrial leaders.

The Idea

  • To enable the development of flexible, robust and evolvable software based on UML. Build a fully visual action programming platform, aimed especially at data-intense business application offering:
  • expressiveness
  • user friendliness
  • high automation of the coding process

This will enable the next generation of software to be supported by high-level development method in the context of UML.

Technology Provider, Work Package Leader
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