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  • CRYSTAL Seamless Life-Cycle Collaboration for Safety-Critical Systems Engineering

    R.H. Ekkel Healthcare domain leader, Philips HealthTech In cooperation with Christian El Salloum, project coordinator, AVL List GmbH

    R.H. Ekkel / Philips Healthtech September 23, 2015

  • Philips HealthTech

    Rob Ekkel, manager external partnerships, IGT R&D Philips HealthTech focus on improving peoples lives through meaningful innovations. The BIU Image Guided Therapy will help our customers to decide, guide and confirm the right therapy for each patient in real time.

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    X-Ray system in a hospital for cardio-vascular or oncology therapy

  • Crystal and IoT

    Crystal focus on interoperability between system development tooling

    The goal of Crystal is to come to a standard for tool interoperability commonality with IoT: the way of working to come to an interoperability standard

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  • Todays situation at industrial companies

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    Tool Layer

    Impact on quality and safety

    High maintenance costs

    !!

    Fragmented IT

    High manual effort to handle data

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    Industrial

    Workflows

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  • The tool-integration problem

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    Point-to-point Integrations dont scale

    Monocultures lock you in

    Maintenance, management, and change costs go up over time

    Creating new integrations is unpredictable

    Ongoing and unexpected costs drain resources

    Past choices restrict present

    action and future vision

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  • The CRYSTAL Vision

    Enable New

    Engineering

    Methods

    Open

    Integration

    Platform

    Based on

    Standardized

    Interoperability

    Specification

    Connect tools

    to expose &

    link data

    Users get

    better ways

    of working

    Industrial

    Workflows

    Tool Layer

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  • CRYSTAL has the critical mass to generate impact

    68 partners from 10 countries

    82M budget

    European key players from different industrial domains

    Large companies developing embedded systems act as technology users and case providers

    Large tool providers, SMEs and researchers as technology providers

    R.H. Ekkel / Philips Healthcare September 23, 2015

  • Standardize tool interaction, but not a tools capabilities!

    Separate data from tool functions

    Apply Interoperability Specification (IOS) as the central standard

    Build on existing successful standards where appropriate

    Technical Approach

    R.H. Ekkel / Philips Healthcare September 23, 2015

  • CRYSTAL Interoperability Specification A Layered and Modular Architecture

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  • Interoperability Challenges

    Full traceability of all involved artifacts e.g., elements of heterogeneous models, configurations,

    parameters, requirements and test cases on system level and component level

    Seamless collaboration between integrated tools to enable efficient engineering methods e.g., change impact analysis, trade-off analysis via heterogeneous

    co-simulation, re-use across different development stages

    Consistency management, version management, variant management and change history management for distributed and loosely coupled tool chains (e.g., interlinked

    via OSLC)

    R.H. Ekkel / Philips Healthcare September 23, 2015

  • CP-SETIS (Research & Innovation action proposal) A cross-project approach towards standardization Started in March 2015; build IOS catalogue in WP4 Scope: IO for engineering tool sustainable structure for maintaining standards over projects. Is open for extension of standards to IoT Think from the beginning on sustainability. Transfer IOS to standardization bodies after the project. Develop a sustainability structure.

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  • CRYSTAL Interoperability Specification (IOS) Open specification Enables seamless integration of tools and full traceability across the

    product life cycle

    CRYSTAL IOS compliant Technology Bricks Engineering Tools Services Methodologies

    Platform Builder for specifying, implementing, instantiating, tailoring, deploying, and maintaining System Engineering Environment

    CRYSTAL Use-Cases as reference scenarios Demonstrators with high level of maturity

    Outcomes

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  • Improved system development Lower cost, time, risk Less rework Higher Quality

    Increased flexibility for OEMs No vendor-lock-in

    New market opportunities for technology providers Facilitate innovation and market entry

    Openness as an opportunity for all

    Envisioned Impact

    R.H. Ekkel / Philips Healthcare September 23, 2015

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