Embedded Intelligent Systems are the neural system of society and are widely recognised as core enabling technology that forms the basis for the development of many innovative products and services in both developed and emerging economies.
Embedded Systems are systems that are embedded in products. These systems are built into roads, cars, trains, airplanes, medical devices, homes, offices and factories (industrial automation), payment systems, mobile phones and virtual reality glasses. The Embedded System gives functionalities to products. Many high-tech industrial systems are classified as Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) because of the close interaction between computation, communication and control elements (the cyber part), and physical processes such as motion and vibration (the physical part). For more info go to:Focus Areas
Digital Platforms are the supporting infrastructures to build the digital economy on. Digital Platforms consist of hardware infrastructure and software services for which interoperability is well defined and understood. Cloud services, API architectures, open-source strategies, mobile development platforms and Internet of Things are some of the ingredients from which Digital Platforms are built. Companies that are born digital, such as Google, Amazon and Alibaba, have long understood the power of digital technologies. For more info go to:Focus Areas
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects (Things) – devices, vehicles, buildings and other items which are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. The Internet of Things therefore interconnects the “Things”, with their Embedded or Cyber-Physical Systems inside, in networks of many devices – for example the car to the fixed road infrastructure or to the garage for maintenance purposes, the smart card to the banking and payment systems and use of public services. For more info go to: Focus Areas.
The European Technology Platform (ETP) on Embedded Intelligence is recognised by the European Commission. The ARTEMIS ETP is an industry-led stakeholder forum and a key actor in driving research and innovation, community building, knowledge transfer and European competitiveness. The ARTEMIS association executes all activities for the ARTEMIS ETP and is responsible for the development of the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda with roadmaps for action at EU and national level to be supported by both private and public funding. For more info go to:ETP
Your annual fixed fee is based on the category your company belongs to. The membership categories and corresponding annual fees (exl.VAT) are:
|Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
|Research organisations & universities
|Large enterprises < EUR 500 M
|Large enterprises > EUR 500 M
|Umbrella & branch organisations (no internal R&I activities)
For more info go to:Membership
A Declaration of Acceptance (DoA) is an agreement for payment of the project Variable Fee. Project partners that are not a member of ARTEMIS Industry Association are invited by the association to become member, which is the ideal choice because of the membership benefits. By becoming an ARTEMIS Industry Association member, the member agrees to pay the Membership Fee, and the project Variable Fee for projects they participate in. For more info go to:Financial Contributions
Teaming up with ARTEMIS Industry Association is teaming up with a powerful network of over 170 members that are active in Embedded Intelligence Research & Innovation from all over Europe. When you are a member of the association you have free entrance to our Brokerage Events, you receive first-hand information about e.g. the latest directions and decisions of the EC and ECSEL, and you can Shape the future’ by co-defining the general Embedded Intelligence R&I strategy for Europe. This is just a grasp of our benefits. Go to Membership
Becoming a member is as easy as 1-2-3:
1: read all the necessary documents
2: fill in the online application form
3: return the form to our office via post.
All documents and the application form can be found via the “apply for a membership”-button on Membership page
When you are a member and a project partner, you pay the Variable Fee and the Membership Fee. The Membership Fee depends on your organisation type and the Variable Fee in 2016 is 2.4% on the maximal possible funding. More information can be found on: membership
You are probably a member of multiple associations connected to ECSEL-JU. This means that the Variable Fee is split by the amount of memberships you have. In case you are a member of AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS, the total maximal funding is divided in three. Each association calculates the Variable Fee percentage over the equally divided number. In case of ARTEMIS-IA the Variable Fee in 2016 is 2.4% for members.
In 2014 funding instruments ARTEMIS-JU and ENIAC-JU merged into ECSEL-JU. This development turned the ARTEMIS Industry Association into one of the three private partners in ECSEL Joint Undertaking. The three industry associations (private partners) represent actors from the areas of Embedded Intelligence, Smart Systems and Micro-/Nanoelectronics.