It is the objective of this book to give an overview of the cross-domain architecture for embedded systems that has been developed in the context of the European FP 7 research project GENESYS (GENeric Embedded SYStem FP7-213322) from January 2008 to June 2009. GENESYS is a candidate for the ARTEMIS European Reference Architecture for embedded systems. ARTEMIS is a European joint technology initiative (JTI) that bundles the efforts of European players from industry, academia and governments in the domain of embedded systems in order to develop a cross-domain approach to Embedded System Design. Such a cross-domain approach is needed to support the coming Internet of Things, to take full advantage of the economies of scale of the semiconductor industry and to improve the productivity of the human resources. GENESYS is a platform architecture that provides a minimal set of core services at the waist and a plurality of optional service that are predominantly implemented as self-contained system components. Choosing a suitable set of these system components that implement optional services, augmented by application specific components, can generate domain-specific instantiations of the architectures.
|Title of host publication||GENESYS|
|Subtitle of host publication||A Candidate for an Artemis Cross-Domain Architecture for Embedded Systems|
|Editors||Roman Obermaisser, Herman Kopetz|
|Place of Publication||Saarbrücken, Germany|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|MoE publication type||D2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material|
Ovaska, E., Tiensyrjä, K., Campos, S., & Noguero, A. (2009). Development methodology. In R. Obermaisser, & H. Kopetz (Eds.), GENESYS : A Candidate for an Artemis Cross-Domain Architecture for Embedded Systems (pp. 99-133).