Projects and Partners


Due to their unique and groundbreaking methods, Accemic is a key partner in several research projects.


Future safety-critical applications in automotive, avionics and industry 4.0 require a significant increase in computing power. The project ARAMiS II (Automotive Railway Avionics Multicore Systems) cares for safety, efficiency and comfort by use of multicore-technologies in vehicles, aircrafts and production facilities.

The Consortium of ARAMiS II started their work in October 2016. The project involves of 33 partners and is set to run for 3 years. The project volume is more than €24 million. ARAMiS II is supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) with around €15 million promoted and coordinated by Karlsruhe Institute for Technology.

“In the new project ARAMiS II we create the indispensable methodological prerequisites, over safety, efficiency and comfort to increase by use of multicore technology and to make it industrially available. The results of ARAMiS II flow into standardization activities of the domains under consideration and are thus provided to other industrial partners. This increases and enhances the innovative strength and the international competitiveness in German products in important sales and expanding markets”, assured Professor Jürgen Becker of the Institute for Information Processing Technologies (ITIV) of KIT.

Within ARAMiS II, Accemic Technologies develops a domain-specific adaptation of its online multicore monitoring technology, which enables the continuous, non-intrusive observation of the execution of release code.

The consortium of ARAMiS II consists of leading OEMs of the domains automotive, avionics and the industry sector including their suppliers as well as software- and tool-vendors and renowned research organizations


The European Research project COEMS (Continuous Observation of Embedded Multicore Systems) started its work in November 2016 under the technical management of Accemic Technologies. The goal of COEMS is to develop and improve methods, with which non-deterministic software errors can be detected and eliminated. Other consortium partners of COEMS are the University of Lübeck, The West Norwegian College in Bergen, S.C Thales Systems Romania SRL, and Thales Austria GmbH and the Airbus Group.

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Accemic Technologies convinced the top-notch jury at the renowned startup contest WECONOMY of its online observation solution for embedded systems

Further Information

First WECONOMY weekend (from left to right): Alexander Weiss (CEO of Accemic Technologies GmbH), Franz Fehrenbach (Chairman Robert Bosch GmbH), Michael Bolle (Chairman management of research and development Robert Bosch GmbH), Alexander Lange (CTO of Accemic Technologies GmbH) in conversation (Photo: Karin Ries)