Project information

Name
295311 VETESS
Period
May 2012 - Oct 2017
Call
ARTEMIS-JU Call 2011
Total Partners
27
Members in Project
13
Website
vetess.eu/
Eligible Costs
18,34 M Euro
EU Funding
3,06 M Euro

The VeTeSS project will develop standardised tools and methods to verify the robustness of safety-relevant systems, particularly to combat transient common-cause faults. European industry will benefit from vendors being able to supply standard components for multiple applications. Bringing together partners from every part of the supply chain, VeTeSS will develop automated, quantitative processes for use at all stages of development. Development costs and time to market will be reduced, even with the increasing complexity of embedded systems and software. The focus of VeTeSS is the strategi...

The VeTeSS project will develop standardised tools and methods to verify the robustness of safety-relevant systems, particularly to combat transient common-cause faults. European industry will benefit from vendors being able to supply standard components for multiple applications. Bringing together partners from every part of the supply chain, VeTeSS will develop automated, quantitative processes for use at all stages of development. Development costs and time to market will be reduced, even with the increasing complexity of embedded systems and software. The focus of VeTeSS is the strategically important automotive market. The results of the project will boost the competitiveness of the European embedded hardware and software industry by improving the safety, quality and reliability of products and enabling innovative technologies to increase road user safety. Society will benefit from fewer accidents and related costs.

Project leader

Name
Steve Neill
Organisation
Infineon Technologies UK Ltd
Country
United Kingdom