The European MegaM@Rt2 project uses AI and advanced modeling techniques for the continuous development and runtime validation of complex systems
Åbo Akademi University is participating in the Teknologia 19 industry fair in Helsinki, where ÅAU together with other Finnish partners will present some intermediary results of the European MegaM@Rt2 Project (megamart2-ecsel.eu).
MegaM@Rt2 is a three-year project, funded by European Components and Systems for European Leadership Joint Undertaking (ECSEL JU) under the H2020 European program, which started in April 2017. This involves 27 organizations, grouped in clusters from six different countries, intending to provide a series of software modelling tools that help organizations improve their productivity and the quality of their results.
In this project, Åbo Akademi University investigates runtime validation of complex cyber-physical systems and, in addition, has the role of technical manager of the project, and country coordinator for Finland.
The main goal of MegaM@Rt2 is to create an integrated framework incorporating scalable methods and tools for continuous system engineering and runtime validation and verification (V&V) which addresses the needs of the eight case study providers involved in the project, which come from diverse and heterogeneous industrial domains, ranging from transportation and telecommunications to logistics and manufacturing. To address these needs, 20 technology and research providers provide more than 28 tools to be integrated into the MegaM@Rt2 framework with the underlying objective to provide improved productivity, quality, and predictability of large and complex industrial cyber-physical systems (CPS).
Nokia is one of the industrial use case providers in MegaM@Rt. At the Teknologia 19 event, we provide demos about our use of artificial intelligence to improve the Nokia Base Station efficiency and, in the future, making it carbon neutral. The Nokia AirScale Base Station is an essential part of the new, end-to-end AirScale Radio Access solution that changes the way networks are built. Besides that, at the event, we will present methods for simulation and test generation from model-based specifications.
This user case can be found at Teknologia 19 event, stand 7p138, at the Messukeskus exhibition center in Helsinki, from the 5th to the 7th of November, 2019. MegaM@rt2 will be represented by the Finnish consortium: Nokia, Space Systems Finland, Åbo Akademi University, and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. At the stand, you will find several demos of the tools developed in MegaM@Rt2 for the Nokia case study.
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