INtelligent robust ArchitecturE for TIme Critical Systems


The INAETICS architecture was conceived in a collaborative research project with the goal to design an open architecture with a reference implementation for critical, distributed systems with high adaptivity requirements. After the completion of the first generation (2016), the architecture has been refined using experiences from real-life product development of the original partners in the research project.


Open innovation

The INAETICS partners collaborate and share their expertise in order to realise a shared vision of an open and resilient architecture for the next generation of critical infrastructures and high-performance, security-sensitive systems based on the principle of Open Innovation.


The INAETICS project is intended to create economic opportunities in the field of critical infrastructures and high-performance, security-sensitive systems by creating new insights and solutions using an open, collaborative approach development.

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The goal of the INAETICS architecture is to enable the design and development of systems that can be characterised by the properties controlled evolvability and predictive adaptability. To achieve this, INAETICS uses a model-driven approach in combination with a dynamic services technology to implement a modular development strategy. This not only allows the control of both design and runtime granularity, but also allows people to dynamically change the composition and security posture of systems.

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The Consortium


The INAETICS consortium consists of industry leaders, SMEs and and a research institution located in the Dutch provinces Overijssel and Gelderland.

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INAETICS is publicly funded by

INEATICS is publicly funded by the European Union and the government of The Netherlands

European Regional Development Fund

Gelderland & Overijssel