About Us - who we are

Since the 1960s, our key members have specialised in the fields of information technology and advanced computer science. They have experience of designing train control systems, avionics for heavy aircrafts, fault tolerant computer systems for aerospace, black boxes for fighters, projects and consultancy with Westinghouse, Boeing, Sukhoy, Airbus as well as mathematics for economics and project modeling - so called life cycle management.

At the moment, we are doing projects for EU and having intensive communication with security and safety infrastructures in UK and EU. In addition, we have worked in Russia, Canada, USA and China.

Our main offices are located in Stevenage and Painswick in the UK. We have representatives in Canada (Montreal), Russia (Moscow), USA and China.

Reflections - what we think

The team develops the theoretical frameworks behind the practical applications, contributing at the forefront of current knowledge and research.

The following topics are available as downloadable PDFs:

Presentations - who we tell

Papers:
  • 'Redundancy + Reconfigurability = Recoverability'
    — WORLDCOMP'13 - The 2013 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing, July 20-25, 2013. Las Vegas, USA

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  • 'Redundancy + Reconfigurability = Recoverability'
    — Monkman, S.; Schagaev, I. MDPI Electronics (Fault-Tolerant Routing Special Issue) 2013, 2, 212-233.

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  • 'Reconfigurable Network Chip Architecture'
    — Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida, USA

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  • 'Reliability of Malfunction Tolerance'
    — International Workshop on Real Time Software, International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology, October 20–22, 2008. Wisła, Poland

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  • 'Hardware Testing on the Level of Tasks'
    — 30th IFAC Workshop on Real-Time Programming and 4th International Workshop on Real-Time Software, International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology, October 12–14, 2009. Mrągowo, Poland

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  • 'System Software Support for Router Fault Tolerance'
    — 30th IFAC Workshop on Real-Time Programming and 4th International Workshop on Real-Time Software, International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology, October 12–14, 2009. Mrągowo, Poland

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  • 'ERA: Evolving Reconfigurable Architecture'
    — 11th ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking and Parallel / Distributed Computing, 2010. London, England

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Speeches:
  • 'Redundancy + Reconfigurability = Recoverability'
    — Keynote Speaker : The First International Conference on Wireless Communications and Applications, August 01-03, 2011. Sanya, China

Responses to Articles:
  • 'Active Conditional Monitoring vs Damage Prognosis'
    in response to Charles R Farrar and Nick A J Lieven, 'Damage prognosis: the future of structural health monitoring,'
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, February 15, 2007

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Presentations:
  • 'PRESSA: from system to chip'
    — An NMI event: 'Design for Reliability - "From Chip to System"', Greenwich University, December 05, 2013. London, England

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  • 'ERA: Embedded Reconfigurable Architecture - what, why and how long?'
    — Advanced Research & Technology for Embedded Intelligence and Systems (ARTEMIS) Networking Event 2011, February 11, 2011. London, England

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  • 'ERA: Evolving Reconfigurable Architecture'
    — 11th ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking and Parallel / Distributed Computing, 2010, 9-11 June, 2010. London, England

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