Innovative Care Cycle

Report
ARTEMIS 2013 Call
Brokerage meeting, London
Proposal Info for EIRICT
January 21, 2013
AIPP2 – ICC: Innovative Care Cycles
Topic
Content
Proposers
Casper Garos & Rob Ekkel
Affiliation
Philips Healthcare
Country
Netherlands
Vision
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people central to healthcare solutions
hospitals provide the least-invasive interventions with the shortest
length-of-stay
recovery is extra-mural
Mission
Strengthen the European eco-system in healthcare embedded systems
by bringing people-centric innovations to market faster
Strategy
Build integral solutions for people-centric healthcare tailored to individual
needs, bridging care settings, and based on novel embedded
technologies
Innovative Care Cycle
Innovative care cycle phases / elements:
• Prevention and screening
• Early detection & diagnosis
• Minimally invasive interventions
• Chronic disease management & surveillance
Key diseases and focal care aspects:
• Cardiology: prevention & early detection, minimally-invasive
treatment, chronic disease management
• Neurology: early diagnosis, effective treatment and chronic disease
management
• Oncology: early diagnosis, effective treatment, chronic disease
management
Embedded Technology Challenges
• Sensor Networks: Sensor (body) area networks
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Sensor Fusion
Power management
• Integration and interoperability:
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Between and within use cases
On device level, system level and data level
• Algorithmic level:
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Both statistical data mining
Image quality, image enhancements, feature extraction
Image processing, image registration, 3D visualization
(Real time) Multi model (source) imaging
• Embedded Data management:
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Ontology: patient health Records, past surgeries DB, Reasoning engine, real-time image info guiding
the surgery + augmenting reality systems.
Patient data and Medical data fusion
• Middleware
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Semantic Interoperability middleware among heterogeneous smart devices
• Embedded systems & devices
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Catheters, pace makers, diagnostic equipment
• Workflow management and support
Options for participation in AIPP2 - ICC
• TU/e can be a partner on many different topics.
• In fact, ICC looks in another way at the ReLifE concept ( FP7 ICT)
• Philips’ aim is to cover the entire cycle. TU/e has to establish where it can make
contributions.
• Consider e.g. the following possible topics:
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Overall: underlying personal data store
Management: clinical pathways & DCM
Surveillance: (home) monitoring – sensor technology and BSN platform; communities
Prevention: Life style management, feedback; communities
Screening:
Diagnosis: intelligent algorithms, fusion (also for Surveillance); image analysis;
Decision support
Treatment: ?
• Interested? Respond with a couple of lines on what and in which of the
indicated contexts, the innovation, the impact
• TU/e contact for AIPP2 – ICC: Johan Lukkien.
AIPP3 – DEWI (Dependable Wireless
Embedded Infrastructure)
Topic
Content
Proposers
Martin Kubisch, Josef Schalk, Michael Paulitsch
Affiliation
EADS Innovation Works
Country
Germany
Vision
Mission
Move from wired towards wireless communication
Security & safety focus  challenge is reliability/certification
(to be extended to meet smart environment)
Cross-industry:
Automotive – new architectures leveraging wireless (Car-To-Car, possibly CarTo-X)
Aerospace – replace wired with wireless architectures for reconfiguration,
lighter weight, simpler maintenance, faster turn-around-times
Strategy
Project outline (EADS’ starting point)
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Requirements & Use Cases:
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Requirements for Smart Environment …
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… based on Dependable Wireless Communication Systems / Infrastructure
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Overview of environmental use cases and technologies
Industrial Use Cases
• Aerospace
• Automotive
• Railway
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Models addressing Security
• Interference detection (Jamming)
• Intrusion discovery
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Models addressing Safety
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Methods and Mechanism
• Mechanism to improve reliability in wireless communication vs. existing protocols
• Means to evaluate achieved reliability
• Change of resource assignment for emergency/backup situation
Some generic keywords for DEWI
Wireless communication & wired to wireless replacement:
• Dependable
• Robust (hostile environments)
• Secure
• Safe
• Flexible
• Seamless
• Low-power?
• Various application domains (aerospace, automotive,
railways  Fyra?, products under test)
Potential industrial partners in DEWI
Potential partners:
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Rockwell
Finmeccanica
NXP,
Thales,
AVL, …
Participating country consortia in DEWI
Country
Spain
Italy
Czech republic
France
UK
Lead Company or Institute Contact Person
Indra
Jesus Angel Garcia
Sanchez
AVL
Peter Priller
Siemens
Randolf Mock
VTT
Heikki Ailisto
NXP
Stefan Drude
Cister
Cister
Gdansk University of
Lukasz Kulas
Technology (GUT)
STM
Roberto Zafalon
Honeywell
Ludek Nechleba
CAE
David Servat
Freescale?
Robin Paling ?
Ireland
Denmark
United Technologies
Fornebo
Austria
Germany
Finland
Netherlands
Portugal
Poland
Menouer Boubekeur
Hans Petter Dahle
Status
confirmed
confirmed
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confirmed
confirmed
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confirmed
or: University of
Westminster, Adem
Coskun
Partners in Dutch consortium in DEWI
Company or Institute
ABB
Contact Person
Wil van Gils
Philips
Keith Baker
Roland Berger
Willem van Driel
Eliav I. Haskal
Stefan Drude
NXP Semiconductors,
Central R&D (earmarked as
lead for the Dutch
consortium)
TU/e,
Johan Lukkien,
Peter van Otterloo
TU participation to be shaped: CWT, other?
Interest / Contribution
Vehicle2Grid, fast charging of electrical
vehicles (Car-to-Car, Car-to-X?)
Dependable wireless communication;
indoor: lighting fixtures WSN;
outdoor: fine-mesh wireless-controlled
street lighting infrastructure
wireless in vehicle networking & hostile
environment with many metal objects and
interferers
HW designs for low-power wireless (?)
Other: …..
AIPP5 – MCMC: multi-core technology for
mixed criticality applications in dynamic and
changeable real time environments
Topic
Content
Proposers
Knut Hufeld, Helen Finch, Madeleine Meier
Affiliation
Infineon Technologies AG
Country
Germany
Vision
Mission
Strategy
MCMC Project key data and consortium status
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Duration:
Intended budget:
Intended resources:
Consortium size:
3 years , start Q1/2014
up to 100 Mio €
> 300 person years
< 100 (min. 2/3 industry)
• Interested Partners: ~ 50 in the session
• Participating Countries:
United Kingdom, France, Germany, Sweden, Spain,
The Netherlands, Israel, Italy, Finland, Belgium, Ireland
• All types of Organizations represented:
LEs, SMEs, Universities & Research Organizations
Provisional scope of MCMC
Addressed system levels / architecture:
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Heterogeneous Multi-core processor/system architecture
System software – runtime environment
Applications
Design methodologies & tools
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Fault tolerance
Energy management
Safety and Security under real-time conditions
Qualification , ..
• Topics Discussed:
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Dynamic aspects
Virtualisation
Standardisation
Portability to different HW-platforms
Support for niche markets
Research / exploitation roadmap
Qualification of open systems
Options for participation in AIPP5 - MCMC
• TU/e can be a partner on different topics.
• Provisional research interests expressed so far:
− Dynamic aspects and virtualization in mixed-criticality applications
− Hierarchical Scheduling Frameworks and resource sharing for mixed
criticality tasks
− Design of multi-processor (hw+sw) platforms with mixed-criticality
requirements, including their FPGA prototyping,
− Reliability management per application mapped on virtualized resources
• Draft budget estimation: € 1,75M, (roughly 4.5 manyears per year)
• Involved groups / departments so far:
− M&CS SAN: Johan Lukkien, Reinder Bril
− EE ES:
Twan Basten, Henk Corporaal, Kees Goossens
• Contact person: Peter van Otterloo (a.i.?) (+ Jan Haagh)
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ES4ICS – Embedded Systems for
Increasing CyberSecurity
Topic
Content
Proposers
Matthijs Leeuw
Affiliation
TNO
Country
Netherlands
Focus
ASP6: Embedded Systems for Security and Critical Infrastructures
Protection
Vision
Mission
Design and use large-scale embedded networks while ensuring that
they are well protected against cyber security threats and events
Strategy
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Multi-scale monitoring and anomaly detection, combining software
and hardware approaches
Drive by use cases
Employ theoretical concepts
Tool creation
Existing partners for ES4ICS
Country coordinators in ES4ICS
Company
First name
Univ of E. Finland Pekka
NXP
Georg
Akhela
Katiuscia
TNO
Matthijs
HI-Iberia
Inmaculada
Last name
Toivanen
Menges
Zedda
Leeuw
Luengo
Overall coordinator:
TU/e coordinator (core team):
E-mail
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Matt Leeuw (TNO)
Sandro Etalle (M&CS)
Issue to be resolved: Dutch industrial partner.
Country
Finland
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Spain
AsystMe - Adaptive Systems Made Easy
Topic
Content
Proposers
Lex van Gijsel
Affiliation
DevLab
Country
Netherlands
Vision
Design and deployment of large-scale embedded networks is hampered by:
• Complexity
• Labor intensiveness and prohibitive cost
• Scarcity of specialised personnel
Mission
Remove the need of employing highly-specialized staff for design and
deployment of large-scale embedded networks
Strategy
Generating protocols that use emergent behavior as a programming
primitive
Existing partners for AsystMe
Current partners:
Issues:
• TNO stepped out
• Suffient industrial participation (LE)
• International participation
ARTEMIS 2013 follow up
• Further information on project ideas available (ppt,
pdf, contacts)
• Many project ideas will not materialize in project
proposals
• Consortia are established NOW: fast response /
expression of interest required!
ARTEMIS 2013 schedule
• Draft schedule:
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Call opens – 26 February 2013
Expression of Interest (optional) – 8th March
EoI feedback – 12th April
Post-brokerage event, Brussels – 23rd Apr
Call closes – 6th June
Feedback – End of July
Decision/negotiations start – September
Negotiations complete – mid-December
Projects start – early 2014
AIPP2 – ICC: Innovative Care Cycles
Topic
Content
Proposers
Casper Garos & Rob Ekkel
Affiliation
Philips Healthcare
Country
Netherlands
Vision
•
•
•
people central to healthcare solutions
hospitals provide the least-invasive interventions with the shortest
length-of-stay
recovery is extra-mural
Mission
Strengthen the European eco-system in healthcare embedded systems
by bringing people-centric innovations to market faster
Strategy
Build integral solutions for people-centric healthcare tailored to individual
needs, bridging care settings, and based on novel embedded
technologies

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