The SAFEPOWER consortium is formed by 8 organizations from 4 different European countries (Spain, Germany, United Kingdom and Sweden) which bring together the necessary competence and critical mass in terms of expertise and resources to ensure the achievement of the project goals and the impact of the project results at European level.

Ikerlan S. Coop.

IKERLAN, S. Coop. (IKL) is a private non-profit Technological Research Centre with a staff of more than 200 qualified researchers and engineers and more than 40 years of experience in developing innovative products and new tools and methodologies for implementation in design and production processes.

IKL will contribute to SAFEPOWER with experts from the “Embedded Systems Group”. This group has a proven experience in the development of safety-critical/safety–related embedded systems and in certification based on the IEC- 61508 standard, one of the pillars of SAFEPOWER.

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) includes 11000 undergraduate students and 1500 PhD students. The research of the department of Electronics and Embedded Systems (ESY) focuses on electronic system design.

KTH/ESY has key competence in the design of embedded systems, covering the whole range of the design process: system specification and modelling, performance analysis and design space exploration, system synthesis and system architectures but also radio electronics, analogue and digital electronics and sensors.

CAF Signalling, S.L.

CAF Signalling S.L. (CAF) is a technological subsidiary of the CAF Group. It is devoted to the development, design, manufacture and maintenance of railway signalling systems, providing integral signalling solutions for wayside and on board applications, both in Spain and internationally.

CAF performs a significant and growing effort in R&D&I particularly in the area of critical safety systems.

OFFIS –Oldenburg research and development institute for information technology tools and systems

The “Oldenburg Research and Development Institute for Information Technology Tools and Systems” (OFF) is a non- profit organization dedicated to technology transfer and organized in three R&D Divisions, focusing on IT.

The R&D Division on Transportation’s research topics include methods, processes and tools to establish the safety of transportation systems as well as analysis and design of E/E architectures covering both, the overall function oriented system architecture as well as the distributed deployment architecture, with a particular focus on real-time aspects and component based design.

OFF has also long experience in embedded system simulation and analysis using virtual platform models.

Fent Innovative Software Solutions

FENT ISS (FEN) is a company that offers technological solutions specifically designed for real-time and critical embedded systems using virtualisation technologies.

Saab, SB

Saab has about 14,000 employees and its operations are divided into six Business Areas: Aeronautics, Dynamics, Electronic Defence Systems, Security and Defence Solutions, Support and Services and Industrial Products and Services. Two of these areas will participate in SAFEPOWER.

SAA performs advanced research in almost all levels of avionics. For more than 10 years SAA has been developing network based IMA systems and built a product portfolio in that area. SA systems integration capability will be valuable for the project. SAA is also active in standardization and certification, ranging from equipment up to complete aircraft.

Imperas Software Ltd

Imperas develops and markets state-of-the-art virtual platforms and tools to enable the most comprehensive embedded software development, debug and test solutions available today. The Imperas team has combined advanced simulation algorithms, modelling excellence, and a broad range of tools to produce a system that offers fastest execution performance, extensive library of accurate models and advanced development tools.

University of Siegen

The University of Siegen (USI) includes a scientific staff of about 1,500 people. The research of the Division for Embedded Systems is primarily dedicated to component-based embedded system architectures.

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20 Feb, 2019

Update in Download Area


The final release is now available in our websites’ download area

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03 Dec, 2018

Final Consortium Meeting in Mondragon


Three years went by so fast and we held our final consortium meeting in mondragon during the last week of

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07 Sep, 2018



SAFEPOWER was happy to host this years DSD’18 special session on Mixed-criticality System Design, Implementation and Analysis, MCSDIA

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