Models & Tools for the Development of Systems Complex

The CoSMoS project: increasing the maturity of the use of MBSA analyses!

Following the completion of the S2C (System & Safety Continuity) project, a collaborative inter-IRT project involving Saint Exupéry and SystemX, focusing on digital continuity between system definition and safety analyses, IRT Saint Exupéry decided to launch a follow-up: the CoSMoS (Collaborative Safety (&RAMT) Modelling Studies) project. Begun in March, this is an opportunity to look[…]

OPS-SAT : AI in the stars – An Article by Members

A very good article written by our partners, ELSYS Design and AViSTO, on their activities within the CIAR project, carried out at the IRT Saint Exupéry Sophia Antipolis, for the OPS-SAT demonstrator: ActiveEon, AViSTO, ELSYS Design, GEO4i , IRT Saint Exupéry and Thales Alenia Space are participating in an ambitious and exciting project: the OPS-SAT nano-satellite from the European[…]

Discover the IRT Saint Exupéry Embedded Systems Domain at ERTS2

The IRT Saint Exupéry has sponsored the 9th European Congress ERTS2 with a booth to present its activities in Intelligent Systems & Data and Systems Engineering. Two papers have been also presented as well as two session chairs. The 9th European Congress ERTS2 on Embedded Real Time Software & Systems took place in Toulouse (France) from January 31st to February 2nd. This[…]

Success of the first European workshop on MDO for Industrial Applications in Aeronautics

This workshop, co-organized by DLR, IRT Saint Exupery and ONERA, held the 24-25 october 2017 in Braunschweig, Germany. It gathered 110 people coming from European industry (Airbus, Airbus DS, Airbus Helicopter, SAAB, Rolls Royce, Dassault Aviation), research institutes (DLR, ONERA, IRT, Belfast, Mary Londres, ISAE, TU Delft, TU Kaiserslautern, IRIT), with keynotes from Pr Joachim Martins (U. Michigan) and Pr Pat Piperni (U. Clarkson). This[…]

Accomplishement of INGEQUIP Project – Methods & Tools for Collaborative System Engineering

From September 2014 to December 2016, the INGEQUIP project was conducted at the IRT Saint Exupéry in Toulouse thanks to the contribution of six industrial companies, five technology providers, and four academic institutions. The common objective was to propose and exploit innovative technologies for the design, the verification, and the validation of aeronautical, automotive, and space equipments. During this[…]

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