ORION

ORION

Projektstatus

Pågående

Projektledare

Michael Mattsson


michael.mattsson@bth.se

Kategori/Område

Programvaruteknik

ORION - Decision-Support for Component-Based Software Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems - aims at providing a decision-support system for software component options and services for development of software-intensive systems, and in particular cyber-physical systems, which integrates strategic, tactical, and operational concerns.

ORION – Decision-Support for Component-Based Software Engineering of Cyber-Physical Systems – aims at providing a decision-support system for software component options and services for development of software-intensive systems, and in particular cyber-physical systems, which integrates strategic, tactical, and operational concerns. ORION addresses the following scientific grand challenge:

How to make decisions successfully for efficiently using software components or services from different sources to develop competitive software-intensive systems in relation to the trade-off between functionality, time to market, cost, quality, legacy and risk?

The project addresses development of software intensive products and services, including new development and building on existing assets (systems, components, platforms, etc.).

Project Leader is  Professor Michael Mattsson at Software Engineering Research and Education Lab (SERL Sweden),Blekinge Institute of Technology. In addition to Blekinge Institute of Technology, Mälardalen University and RISE SICS are project partners.

The project is funded by Stiftelsen för kunskaps- och kompetensutveckling (KK-stiftelsen), The Knowledge Foundation

Fakta

Längd

2015–2019

Budget

30 312 383 SEK

Kontaktperson

Michael Mattsson

michael.mattsson@bth.se

Partner och Finansiärer

Deltagare

Claes Wohlin

Claes Wohlin
Professor

Tony Gorschek

Tony Gorschek
Professor

Krzysztof Wnuk

Krzysztof Wnuk
Universitetslektor/docent

Mikael Svahnberg

Mikael Svahnberg
Universitetslektor/docent

Emil Alégroth

Emil Alégroth
Biträdande universitetslektor