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With the steadily rising number of comfort, drive and driver-assistant systems in modern cars, the need for more computing power in vehicles is increasing. Systems to reduce exhaust emission and to increase occupant protection in crashes are always becoming more and more complex. This leads to a rising number of electronic control units (ECUs) and associated data transfer in modern vehicles. At the same time, ECUs not only have to be more cost-effective and optimized in energy efficiency, they also have to be more powerful.
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ARAMiS (Automotive, Railway and Avionics Multicore Systems)

ARAMiS aims at the development of concepts for multi-core processors in automotive, railway and avionics to reach a gain in safety, comfort and efficiency. Through this technology initiative, concepts will be developed how multicore processors ... [more information on ARAMiS]

EASI-CLOUDS - Extendable Architecture and Service Infrastructure for CLOUD-computing Software

Up to now, the development of cloud computing applications was either focused on the interface level (API) or using advantages of specialized cloud services, like e.g. data storage, to provide scaled pre-installed web services on a platform (PaaS).
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Effektiv (Efficient error effect simulation with virtual prototypes for qualification intelligent motion control systems in industrial automation)

Production plants of the future, so-called Cyber Physical Systems for Industrial Production 4.0, are highly complex, intelligent systems with a variety of components that need to mesh smoothly. Even more complex is the embedded software that controls these systems. In a joint project of seven partners, the research project EffektiV develops methods and tools for error effect simulation to analyze the effects of errors using virtual prototypes ... [more information on Effektiv]

E-Mobil - Simulation-based Design for Electric Vehicles

The electrification of power trains lead to manifold challenges: The complexity of control devices and control algorithms has risen tremendously. Experience in designing control device software for electric vehicles has to be expanded, e.g. in optimizing energy efficiency. [more information on E-Mobil]

goBerlin - Marketplace for reliable services in companies and administrations

The project goBerlin provides a safe and reliable cloud-based marketplace with services for citizens, companies and administrations. It enables its users to cooperate within public and associated commercial services. With enhancements of current and the implementation of new processes, medium-sized companies are integrated as both user and provider of (IT-)services in eGovernment added value chains. [more information on goBerlin]

Collaborative Research Centre 901 „On-The-Fly Computing“ - Sub-project B2 „Configuration and Rating“

Today, we are seeing the beginnings of a new way of developing and delivering IT services. On the one hand we have the emergence of grid and cloud computing.  On the other, we are witnessing the first attempts to replace the forty year old practice of buying monolithic software solutions with new strategies in which solutions are exactly dimensioned to meet specific needs and provide only the functionality that is actually required, and in which resources are purchased only as needed. ... [more information on SFB 901]

Pfleg!E-mobil - sub-project: Innovative business models for the usage of electric vehicles in commercial fleets

Within the research project Pfleg!E-mobil, which is sponsored by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the EU, C-LAB undertakes the economically accompanying research. The purpose of this project is to support the breakthrough of electrical mobility as trendsetting, resource-efficient, and environment-friendly technology.. [more information on Pfleg!E-mobil]

Smart EM – Cross-domain Simulation of Market Models for an Effective Electric Mobility Infrastructure

A successful introduction and diffusion of electric mobility depends heavily on progress and technical innovations in the fields of energy storage, vehicle, and powertrain. Increasing the range of electric vehicles through optimized energy management is of major importance. In addition, intelligent infrastructure solutions as well as viable business and market models, which account for the interests of the various stakeholders (e.g., consumers, service providers, car manufacturers, utilities), are key to the success of electric mobility. It is necessary to see electric mobility as a new and holistic mobility paradigm. [more information on SMART EM]