ICES-INCOSE: Architecting Embedded Systems
On Thursday 4th November 2010 at KTH, ICES and INCOSE Sweden brought together knowledgeable architects to answer the question “What makes a good architecture?”
The driving questions behind this seminar included:
* What makes a good architecture?
* How is complexity managed?
* Which technologies drive architecture development?
* ... which views, which metrics, which methods? * How do you verify an architecture?
* How do you communicate it?
* and how are architecture design decisions and rationales captured?
Ideas were exchanged on these issues across domains, and across the industry/academia border.
A broad spectrum of industry was represented by:
~ Dietmar Fiedler (Ericsson) - "Long living architecture in mobile networks."
~ Mats Ekman (Saab Aerospace) - “Architectural challenges in Aerospace systems”
~ Viacheslav Izosimov (EISbySemcon) - "Architectural Paradigms in Design of Embedded Systems: Optimization Issues and Trade-Offs"
~ Staffan Persson (Scania) - "Lean Architecting"
~ Ulrik Eklund (VolvoCar)- "Architecting Automotive Software: Industrial Practice"
with Martin Törngren (KTH) and Jörgen Hansson (Chalmers) offering the researcher's perspective, System Architecting toward Virtual Integration.
Speakers presentations and a post-event summary by ICES PhD students Magnus Persson and Sagar Behere are available in the right hand column!
(Chalmers talk to follow)