The DaNES project (Danish Network for Intelligent Embedded Systems) is a large, joint effort between 6 private companies and 3 academic partners (CISS/Aalborg University, IMM/Technical University of Denmark, MCI/University of Southern Denmark) partly funded by the Danish Advanced Technology Foundation. The objective is to establish, develop and test a model-driven and component-based development process for the implementation of the intelligent embedded systems of the future. An important outcome of DaNES will be the emergence of new products from the participating companies in the areas they represent, e.g. intelligent climate control in stables, advanced insulin treatment, safety-critical software for space applications and HW/SW platforms for specific domains.
The project has an overall budget of 60 mill. DKK including a grant of 17 mill DKK from the Danish Advanced Technology Foundation.
Participants: Rolf Njor Jensen, Kim G. Larsen, Marius Mikucionis, Peter A. Nielsen, Brian Nielsen, Anders P. Ravn, Arne Skou.
Other Partners: Department of Control (AAU), DTU, SDU, ICEpower, Novo Nordisk, PAJ Systemteknik, Prevas, Skov, Terma.
|Effective start/end date||01/04/2007 → 31/03/2011|
- Danish Advanced Technology Foundation.