The overarching goal of the TRANSACT project is to develop a universal, distributed solution architecture for the transformation of safety-critical cyber-physical systems, from localized standalone systems into safe and secure distributed solutions leveraging edge and cloud computing.
DurationJune 2021 - May 2024
The overarching goal of TRANSACT is therefore to develop a universal distributed solution architecture for the transformation of safety-critical cyber-physical systems from local, stand-alone systems into safe and secure distributed solutions. To that end TRANSACT will leverage edge and cloud eco-systems to lower CPS’ cost and increase their pace of updates and improvements of applications and solution-oriented services. TRANSACT will strengthen Europe’s competitiveness in cyber-physical systems by advancing their capabilities with novel services based on smart data analytics, allowing system manufacturers to transform into solution providers. By integrating AI based services into distributed CPS, TRANSACT will enable fast development of innovative value-based propositions and business models leading to faster market introduction in the various multi-billion euro markets targeted by the TRANSACT project.
TRANSACT developments are a crucial next step to a connected world of cyber-physical systems and as such are key research to CPSe. The program objectives will be achieved in joint effort with Philips Medical Systems, PS-Tech B.V, ViNotion B.V. and TNO. The focus of the TU/e will be on model-based prediction and management of timing performance in distributed edge/cloud platforms to guarantee performance.
Project Related Publications
Partial-Order Reduction for Schedule-Abstraction-based Response-Time Analyses of Non-Preemptive Tasks28th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium, RTAS 2022 (2022)
Response-Time Analysis for Non-Preemptive Periodic Moldable Gang Tasks34th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems, ECRTS 2022 (2022)
Data-Age Analysis for Multi-Rate Task Chains under Timing Uncertainty30th International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems, RTNS 2022 (2022)
Researchers involved in this project
TRANSACT has received funding from the ECSEL Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 101007260.