Scilab Enterprises is involved in IRT SystemX.
The IRT SystemX carried by the Campus Paris Saclay and labeled by the competitiveness cluster Systematic Paris-Region, is dedicated to digital engineering of future systems with two research programs: "Systems of Systems" and "Technologies & digital engineering Tools" and a training program. More about IRT SystemX
Develop a generic engineering system workshop for embedded systems development, applicable to all industries without restriction. This workshop includes an open set of integrated tools, enabling a model-based design of embedded systems and software to allow a coherent description between system and software description, an industrialisation of engineering processes based on models with a clear definition of system / software / hardware transitions, and a coupling of system modeling with multi-physics modeling.
Secure command and control for test means AGREGATION project aims at simplifying the integration of modeling and simulation in test benches (for aeronautics among others) to increase the ability of subcontractors to validate the relevance of the developments made.
Solutions for Embedded High Performance Computing for Industrial Applications, small & medium series CHAPI project is devoted to high-performance embedded computing. It aims at supporting the emergence of a new generation of high performance, low power and massively parallel programmable circuits for industrial embedded systems.
Factories of the Future Resources, Technology, Infrastructure and Services for Simulation and Modeling
The principal objective of Fortissimo is to enable European manufacturing industries to benefit from the efficiency and competitive advantages inherent in the use of simulation, as practiced successfully by numerous high-tech industries. The mechanism to achieve this is the provision of simulation services running on an HPC-based cloud infrastructure.
Partners:University of Edinburgh, Scapos, Bull, Genci, Inria, Universitaet Stuttgart, Sicos, Cineca, Vancis, Sara, Xlab, Arctur, Fundacion Centro Tecnologico de Supercomputacion de Galicia, Gridcore, Intel, Numerical Algorithms Group, Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen, Integrated Environmental Solutions Limited, Pipistrel, Ergolines, Mikrosam, Imr, Asociacion de Investigacion Metalurgica del Noroeste, Texas Controls, Ke-Works, Noesis, Scai, Sdi, Scilab Enterprises, Numtech, Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants, Principia, Simpoe, Distene, Esi, Autotech Engineering, Avl List, Powersys, Universitaet Paderborn, Lonza Ag,Prysmian, Vortech, Binkz, Scientific Computing & Modelling, Enginsoft, National Technical University of Athens, Iconcfd, Koenigsegg Automotive
Optimise HPC Applications on Heterogeneous Architectures The objective of H4H project is to provide compute-intensive applications with a highly efficient hybrid programming environment for heterogeneous computing clusters composed of a mix of classical processors and hardware accelerators
Integrate all aspects of the building works chain in a model to allow the analysis of the life cycle of a building (damage, aging, earthquake, fire...). The result will be a set of tools to enable a common digital representation of the building shared by the various sector trades.
ManycoreLabs project tackles the "manycore" platform market for embedded systems. Dealing with a major industrial challenge for the years to come, ManycoreLabs will provide very high performance generic embedded computing platforms, with a considerably reduced cost and design time in comparison with current solutions.
Scale models for the upstream design of reliable industrial systems MECASIF projects aims to produce significant advances in the development of scale models and validate they can be used directly for workflows in industrial design.
Optimization of Addendum Surfaces In Stamping The Objective of OASIS project is to develop a software tool to simulate and optimize the stamping process using high limit elasticity steel. This projet aims to reduce the time needed by engineers to design stamping process lines for high performance steel. Extending the use of such material in automotive applications will lead to fuel economy, and thus meet new requirements in terms of carbon dioxide emissions.
Partners: ArcelorMittal, CS, DeltaCAD, EDF R&D, ESILV, Eurodecision, Inria, NECS, Scilab Enterprises, Université de technologie de Compiègne
Designing a multi-domain multi-target chain code generation under a free license to handle consistently behavioral and architectural modeling languages, synchronous and asynchronous capable of targeting multiple programming and synthesis languages.
Partners: Atos Origin Integration, Continental Automotive France, Inria, Onera, Sagem Défense Sécurité, Scilab Enterprises, Thales Alenia Space
Accelerated science-oriented programming languages Major project for Open Source software as a whole and for Scilab in particular, the project aims at industrializing and adapting VMKit (based on LLVM) to address the issues of scientific programming languages, particularly in terms of significant performance improvements thanks to "JIT" compilation. Based on Scilab, the expected results of the project are very promising: industry and the user community will benefit from a high performance version of Scilab thanks to just-in-time code generation, and a code analyzer and optimizer integrated into Scilab.
Scilab Enterprises is Richelieu project leader.
Partners: Scilab Enterprises, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Dassault Aviation, ArcelorMittal, CNES, Silkan, OCamlPro, INRIA Saclay.
High performance simulation and implementation for digital signal processing domains SIMILAN project aims at creating a single tool for all the development chain actors of signal processing domain enabling them to simulate and generate high performance code thanks to the new generations of hardware acceleration for data flow processing applications.