The CHESS Project is partially funded by the Artemis Joint Undertaking -
a public private partnership in the field of embedded systems supported by the European Commission.

Financial support is also provided in part by National Authorities including the following:

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The CHESS Project

The CHESS Project seeks to improve Model Driven Engineering practices and technologies to better address safety, reliability, performance, robustness and other extra-functional concerns while guaranteeing correctness of component development and composition for embedded systems. System development costs will be reduced through extensive use of provable automation and model transformation engines specifically for high-integrity applications in the Railway, Space and Telecommunications domains, and through the identification of feasible solutions to complex system challenges earlier in the development process.

The CHESS Project addresses two key embedded system industrial priorities of providing reference designs and architectures, and also new design methods and tools. It directly responds to the challenge of reducing the system development cost through extensive use of provable automation and model transformation engines, specifically intended for the high-integrity application domain. The new CHESS technologies will also directly reduce the cost of system design and reduce the number of development cycles required to deliver new products to market.

The CHESS Project takes on the challenge of mastering the expected increases in system complexity by elevating the level of abstraction in the user model space and by automating the feasibility analysis and feedback from the solution space. This will specifically assist organisations in managing increases in system complexity. CHESS also contributes to the reduction in the effort and time required for re-validation and re-certification after changes are made by relying on a suite of formally proven and property preserving transformations.


CHESS Project News

CHESS evolving under the CONCERTO project

The CHESS methodology and tools are being expanded with additional capabilities to address multicore platforms, increased run-time monitoring, partiitioning and many other features, as well as new…Continue

Started by Scott Hansen Jun 12, 2014.

CHESS Project Review - 4 July 2012

The final review of the CHESS project will be conducted in Brussels on 4 July. The meeting is coordinated by the ARTEMIS JU and includes two external experts who will assess the technologies and…Continue

Started by Scott Hansen Jul 3, 2012.

CHESS Project Deliverables Completed

During the month of June, the CHESS project completed its Quality Assurance procedures for all remaining deliverables developed in the CHESS project. Detailed information about each of the CHESS…Continue

Started by Scott Hansen Jul 3, 2012.



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