Safety-critical applications in the domains automotive and avionics as well as the future topic Industry 4.0 show a clear and still increasing demand for digital processing power. This can be provided by multicore technologies. The cooperation project ARAMiS, successfully completed in March 2015, demonstrated that multicore processors can also be used in safety-critical applications.
Based on these findings, ARAMiS II aims at development processes, tools and platforms for the efficient use of multicore architectures available in industry. The ARAMiS II consortium started its work on October 1st, 2016. It consists of 33 partners and is scheduled for three years. The project budget is 24,8 Mio. Euros in total. ARAMiS II is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research with ca. 14,6 Mio. Euro. It is coordinated by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany.
On September 20, 2019 the ARAMiS II project presented its results in a public event.
Press release at project kick-off: