Breaking New Ground Trough Research
Research and innovation play a key role in the company culture of emmtrix. In order to master the growing challenges within multicore programming today and in the future, emmtrix continuously develops its software tools with innovative ideas and will participate in future research projects.
Have a look at the European and national research projects emmtrix has been involved so far.
July 2021 – June 2024
StorAIge – Embedded storage elements on next MCU generation ready for AI on the edge
Within the European research and innovation project “StorAIge – Embedded storage elements on next MCU generation ready for AI on the edge” emmtrix will extend their development environment emmtrix Parallel Studio (ePS) to support parallelization and optimization of AI applications with respect to StorAIge features, such as new types of memories and AI acceleration. To facilitate development, emmtrix will integrate a virtual target platform in ePS and work on estimating the performance of computing with next-generation memory technologies.
June 2020 – May 2023
Qualifiable Software Parallelization for Multicore Avionics Systems
Since June 2020, emmtrix Technologies has been part of a new research project called “Qualifiable Software Parallelization for Multicore Avionics Systems” (QSMA) as part of the German Aviation Research Programme (LUFO VI). Together with AbsInt and the Technical University Clausthal, emmtrix will develop a qualification kit for emmtrix Parallel Studio that allows qualification of the generated parallel C code according to DO-178C. In addition to that, the tools will be further developed to provide the required reporting and tracing capabilities for the development of avionic systems.
January 2020 – Q1 2022
Remote Configuration of Licensable-IP in FPGA Systems
In this 2-year research project from “Zentrale Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand” (ZIM), emmtrix is further improving their support for FPGA based systems. Together with WIBU Systems and the academic partners KIT and FZI, new solutions for securing and licensing of IP cores are developed. The goal of the project is to make the complex workflow of development and deployment of secure accelerators easier for the developers of such systems.
July 2019 – June 2022
European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Project CPS4EU
Since July 1, 2019, emmtrix Technologies has been part of the European research and innovation project “Cyber Physical Systems for Europe” (CPS4EU). Within the project, the consortium that includes large European companies like Thales, Valeo, Leonardo and Trumpf, will tackle the challenges of designing and programming future cyber physical systems (CPS). emmtrix will focus on providing a toolchain that enables easy programming of CPSs starting from model-based design flows. Additionally, emmtrix will also work on defining an architecture description language (ADL) that bridges the gap between the integrated target platforms and the tools to program them.
December 2019 – November 2022
EIC Accelerator (former SME instrument) programme
emmtrix benefits from the support of the European Union’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020 EIC Accelerator. During the project we will focus on the automotive market, in particular topics such as performance estimation at early development stages, data dependency analysis, accelerating computation with vector processors, and the safety-qualification of our tools. We very much appreciate the support we get from a network of experts and our project management at EASME (EU Executive Agency for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises).
January 2016 – December 2018
emmtrix contributes to the European research project ARGO (WCET-Aware Parallelization of Model-Based Applications for Heterogeneous Parallel Systems). The goal of ARGO is to develop a toolchain which translates model-based Scilab/Xcos applications into multi-core optimized C code with guaranteed real-time constraints.
November 2011 – March 2015
Within the framework of the EU project ALMA, Dr.-Ing. Timo Stripf, Michael Rückauer and Oliver Oey from the KIT Institute for Information Processing Technology (ITIV) developed with other scientists and in cooperation with industry partners an innovative programming environment which simplifies parallelization of multicore embedded systems. Based on the software tool developed in ALMA, they decided to start their own company. In 2015, the ALMA technology was commercialized by emmtrix Technology. The innovative interactive parallelization technology creates a parallel application directly from sequential MATLAB™ or Scilab code.