Members of the DECODER Consortium

The DECODER project gathers seven members from four European countries, including one University, one research organization, two industrial partners and three SMEs. This consortium provides an exhaustive approach to tackle the problem, including researchers, developers and users.


Capgemini Group, with 190,000 employees in 40 countries, is one of the leaders in consulting, technology and outsourcing services. Its mission is to help business customers to successfully transform and overcome complex changes, from the design of the strategy to its implementation.


CEA Tech is the technological research division of CEA , a public research organization involved in nuclear industry, biosciences and fundamental physics with nine research centres in France and 16,010 employees. CEA Tech List focuses on methods and tools for the design of secured embedded systems.


OW2 is a global open source software community organization. As a non-profit association, its mission is to grow a community of open source code developers and to stress the quality and market usability of its open source code infrastructure software.


Sysgo AG, founded in 1991, designs embedded systems real-time operating systems. With more than 100 employees in five facilities in Germany and Europe, the system expert targets aerospace/defence, industrial automation, automotive, consumer electronics, and network infrastructure markets.


Technikon is a private independent Austrian SME with a highly specialized multinational team of 20+ engineers and scientists. The team is dedicated towards engineering services (IT and Security) as well as the planning, assessment and coordination of large industry driven research projects.


Tree Technology is an ICT SME especialised in intelligent data processing based in Spain. BigData, Machine Learning and Analytics, Computer Vision, Cognitive Systems, and Visual Analytics occupy a position of high standing among the company’s research line.


Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) was created in 1971. The Spanish Technical University is in the top 5 Spanish Universities with the highest revenue from both public research and knowledge transfer activities, and is a national leader in patent license income and start up creation.