Imsys is committed to playing an active role in industry innovation. We take part in a number of collaborative development projects to support continuous exchange of information and support the next generation of pioneering researchers.
The TRACE Project
Imsys is a participating partner in the TRACE project, a collaborative effort focused on self-driving cars. The aim of the project is to develop methods and processes for a qualified and secure transfer of leading-edge micro and nano-electronic technologies from the consumer domain to the automotive and industrial sectors.
The TRACE project team consists of more than 100 engineers from 41 project partners in Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden. It is coordinated by Bosch and scheduled to run until April of 2019. Project funding is provided by the respective national authorities in the context of EUREKA Catrene regulations.
Other TRACE project partners from Swedish include Volvo Cars, QRTech, Swerea IVF, and KTH.
The oCPS project
Imsys is involved in the Platform-aware Model-driven Optimization of Cyber-Physical Systems (oCPS) project, a program funded by the European Commission through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. This project brings together six key industrial players, including small and medium enterprises, as well as four top universities and one research institute to train a new generation of researchers.
Started in November of 2015, the oCPS project funds fourteen PhD students to help them pursue studies at both research institutions and industry partners. The PhD Students meet on a regular basis for training and networking events, leading to collaboration between all of the involved institutions and a regular exchange of information.