About Madrid Flight on Chip
The project Madrid Flight on Chip (MFoC) is a research
and innovation project funded by Comunidad de Madrid and
the European Union. The goal of the MFoC project is to
develop novel techniques for the development of
future-generation aerospace satellite systems. The
project will explore hardware and software techniques
for radically different aerospace system development in
that will enable much more cost-effective satellite
missions with lower development time possible with
new-generation System-on-Chip designs, while maintaining
high levels of reliability.
The project will explore the use of modern hardware architectures, including FPGAs and commercial multi-core to solve common problems in the target aerospace application domain. These problems include energy consumption and resistance to cosmic radiation. The software techniques will include applications of software engineering techniques like model-based design and automated code generation and testing.
The MFoC consortium includes SENER Aeroespacial as the main aerospace industrial partner and IMDEA Software and Universidad Carlos III as research partners, with GENERA, CENTUM, REUSE and MARM being the rest of the industrial partners.
Please contact one of the consortium members directly, or use one of our contact mailing addresses (coming soon).