Growing out of the ARTEMIS European Technology Platform (ETP), the ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking (JU) was established in 2008 and aims to tackle the research and structural challenges in embedded systems faced by the industrial sector. The objective is to define and implement a Research Agenda for Embedded Computing Systems. ARTEMIS JU is an industry driven programme and aims to help European industry consolidate and reinforce its world leadership in embedded computing technologies. The economic impact in terms of jobs and growth is expected to exceed €100 billion over ten years.
The European Union recognises the strategic importance of Embedded Computing Systems and launched the ARTEMIS Joint Technology Initiative (JTI). The ARTEMIS JTI is implemented as a Joint Undertaking (JU) which is a public-private partnership between:
- The European Commission
- Participating Member States, by now 22 countries
- ARTEMIS Industry Association, the non-profit Industrial Association that continues the ETP on embedded systems.
The ARTEMIS JU will manage and co-ordinate research activities through open calls for proposals through a 10-year, €2.5 billion research programme on Embedded Computing Systems. The programme is open to organisations in European Union Member States and Associated Countries. Selected projects will be co-financed by the Joint Undertaking and the Member States that have joined ARTEMIS. The ARTEMIS JU adopts a commonly agreed research agenda closely following the recommendations of the ARTEMIS-ETP Strategic Research Agenda developed by the members of ARTEMIS Industry Association.
Contact person: Else Embregts, Tel: +31 88 003 6188, email@example.com
More info about ARTEMIS:
About the ARTEMIS-JU: www.artemis-ju.eu
About ARTEMIS Industry Association: www.artemis-ia.eu
About the ARTEMIS-ETP: www.artemis.eu