XANDAR team meets in Valencia

XANDAR team meets in Valencia Last month, fentISS hosted the first face-to-face progress meeting of XANDAR project in Valencia. Team members from the eight institutions of the consortium attended the session in Month 15 of the project.  With the project already advanced in its second year of progress, partners had the opportunity to discuss personally about the project updates and Read more…

XANDAR Impact in Aeronautical Informatics

Recently, exiting changes are influencing the landscape of safety-critical avionic systems. Use-cases with lightweight vehicles emerge for the novel Urban Air Mobility (UAM) segment. Such vehicles demand functionality, which in part can only be realized efficiently with Artificial Intelligence (AI) / Machine Learning (ML). Additionally, paradigm shifts towards agile and Read more…

XANDAR project on the 31st FPL Conference

XANDAR project was presented on the main track of research projects in the context of the 31st International Conference on Field-Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL) which remains the largest conference covering the rapidly growing area of field-programmable logic and reconfigurable computing. Georgios Keramidas, assistant professor at the Aristotle University of Read more…

Programming multi-core architectures using model-based design methodologies

The multi-core challenge in safety-critical environments The era of parallel processing has pushed multi-core architectures into the mainstream, leading to a situation in which they are used in almost all application domains. The initial challenges with programming multi-core architectures, mostly related to synchronization and race conditions among parallel operating threads Read more…