MBAT co-hosting ARTEMIS Technology Conference 2012 Nuremberg, March 1, 2012

The aim of the 2012 ARTEMIS Technology Conference on Interoperability is to permit the different system engineering approaches towards interoperability for critical embedded systems to converge and to derive a common vision for an interoperability standard for this field of application whose realization can outlive the duration of a specific project. An ecosystem of projects and initiatives is envisaged to follow the path towards an interoperability standard and, in the end, to contribute to a joint ARTEMIS Reference Technology Platform (RTP).


The ARTEMIS Technology Conference is going to take place on the 1st of March 2012 in Nuremberg, Germany (right after ARTEMIS Spring Event and in parallel to Embedded World 2012). The event is hosted by CESAR and co-hosted by the projects MBAT, iFEST and pSafeCer.

In order to create an ecosystem of projects, European and national research initiatives which have goals based around interoperability are invited to participate via the call for contribution to be found in the MBAT Download area (top bar menu).

Contact: Ingrid Kundner, AVL ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

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