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Mind: Assembly Technology for Embedded Software Components


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Project holder

STMicroelectronics Grenoble


INRIA Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, Itris Automation Square, Orange Labs, Schneider Electric Industries, Université Grenoble Alpes

Non-members Partners

CGI, INERIS, LaSTRE - Laboratoire fondements des Systèmes Temps Réel Embarqués, LASQUO - Laboratoire en sûreté de fonctionnement qualité et organisation, VERIMAG


The MIND project aims to develop an assembly technology for deeply embedded software components that is fundamental, effective, robust, and durable, and that can be easily adapted to business needs. The project will build the unique technology foundation required by Minalogic's SIConID (Software Infrastructure for Connected Intelligent Devices) working group. MIND will use the Fractal component model, along with technology building blocks and advanced prototypes whose maturity indicates that the technology can be implemented widely with limited risk.


The benefits expected from the MIND project include: - An effective composition and distribution (in terms of size and execution performance) of embedded software - Streamlined and factorized software development efforts - The removal of obstacles to better operating reliability and light middleware components - Significant productivity gains through more effective management of increasingly complex embedded software - A robust market for embedded software components that can be a viable target for software developers - Research programs using a base technology that facilitates technology transfer - Training programs using the base technologies employed at company sites

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8,596 K€


24 month

Human resources allocated

71 men/year