Propozycja współpracy w zakresie systemów wbudowanych

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Company presentation
Phoenix Systems
Technological start-up established in December 2011,
Shareholders – Atende Software (51%) and individuals (49%),
Engineering office in Warsaw, UK office in Bristol (SETsquared Business Acceleration Centre),
Development of Phoenix-RTOS operating system for embedded systems and configurable processors,
Development of Phoenix-PRIME – soft-modem for OFDM PLC communication in Smart Grid,
Business model – selling licenses for Phoenix-RTOS, Phoenix-PRIME and embedded software engineering
Company established by people with rich experience in business and technology developments confirmed
by successful technology monetization.
Phoenix-RTOS (1)
Real-time operating system for embedded systems (including configurable processors) based on
proprietary, reentrant, preemptive, layered kernel,
Support for IA32, ARM, PowerPC and eSi-RISC architectures and Xtensa (?),
Great modularity and scalability (MMU and non-MMU architectures, configurable cores),
Processes, threads, IPC, virtual memory, resource protection, non-linear kernel memory mapping, virtual
memory objects, virtual filesystem, modern object formats (ELF), POSIX API, UN*X userland tools (shells,
editors etc.), proprietary operating system loader,
TCP/IP and USB support,
Smart Grid technologies support – dedicated stacks – PRIME (PHY, MAC, CL), DLMS/COSEM,
Reliability enhancements (error propagation barriers, SWIFI evaluators).
Phoenix-RTOS (2)
Phoenix-RTOS (3) – shell after boot
Phoenix-RTOS (4) – UN*X tools
Phoenix-RTOS (5) – vi editor on ttypc
Phoenix-PRIME (1)
Software Defined PRIME PLC modem - pure software implementation of PRIME modem (PHY, MAC and
DLMS/COSEM CL layers). No DSP extension nor specific hardware required.
Full proprietary implementation by Phoenix Systems - extensive knowledge of PLC communication and
PRIME protocol details within the company.
Contains pure software PHY (preamble detection, modulation, scrambling, interleaving, Viterbi).
Runs on optimized/cheap hardware: ARM Cortex-M4 @ 120MHz, 128kB RAM, 128kB FLASH.
Portable to other MCUs and CPUs.
Compatible with any AFE (Analog FrontEnd).
Phoenix-PRIME (2)
Highly optimized FFT and Viterbi implementation. Hot spots in assembler,
Software controls Tx/Rx gain, over current and thermal protection,
Contains remote software update mechanism (over PLC),
Deployment aid and debugging tools available (PRIME traffic sniffer, Wireshark plugins, post mortem
traffic analyser, both online and offline analysis, network simulator,
Service Node certification process in progress,
Base Node implementation process in progress.
Phoenix-PRIME (1)
Phoenix-PRIME (3) - exemplifications
Phoenix Systems – founders (1)
CEO of Phoenix Systems (since 2011), CEO of ATM Software (since 2007).
Graduated magna cum laude from the Department of Electronics and
Information Technologies of Warsaw University of Technology (Master’s
Degree 2001).
Author of Phoenix-RTOS operating system.
Pursuing an academic career in Computer Science Institute of Warsaw
University of Technology being the author or co-author of over 40
scientific papers and articles.
Over 20 years experience in software development, over 12 years
experience in embedded systems development, over 7 years experience in
highly-skilled engineering team building and management.
Many proposals to work in U.S.A. – from Palm (2007) to take responsibility
for operating system development, from D.E. Shaw Research (2007, 2008)
to work on operating system for specialized computer for biochemistry.
Pawel’s speciality is innovative technology development and highly-skilled
engineering team building and management.
Phoenix Systems – founders (2)
Control software for Automatic Dicing Saw:
advanced project developed in years 2002-2003 as
IMMOS company for small competitor of DISCO
control software (based on QNX) for robot used in
production of silicon chips, for high-precision (1 μm)
development of all software layers starting from device
drivers to cutting applications,
robots are deployed in many countries, especially in
France (in world leading vendor of piezoelectric
Phoenix Systems – founders (3)
Exokernel for Health Monitoring System:
cooperation since 2001 in development of operating
system modules (software stacks) for health monitoring
company’s basic production profile is designing and
producing of patient monitoring systems and
systems are deployed in many countries around the
world - the company is ranked as the one of biggest
vendor in Central and Eastern Europe,
developed software modules and successful cooperation
allowed to introduce new functionalities and to increase
products competitiveness,
vendor intends to use Phoenix-RTOS as the foundation
for new generation of health monitoring systems.
Phoenix Systems - founders (3)
Image acquisition systems for Prague Asterix Laser
cooperation since 2000 in development of highspeed acquisition systems of interferometric
plasma images,
development of acquisition systems based an
analogue cameras (2000), digital cameras (2002)
and GigE Vision based IP cameras (2008, 2012),
developed systems are used in experiments led on
PALS is the biggest laser system in Central Europe
used for laser-produced plasma investigations,
a laser-based fusion system has the potential to
revolutionize the energy future - LIFE 2020 project.
Phoenix Systems - founders (4)
Graduated from the Department of Mathematics and from the
Department of Physics Warsaw University.
In 1989 he completed the PhD thesis in the Center for Theoretical Physics
Polish Academy of Science followed by the post doctoral fellowship at the
University of Southern California (Research Associate Los Angeles 19891991).
Starting from 1993 he was working for ATM (Polish distributor of Silicon
Graphics Inc.) on various positions starting from Supercomputing Division
Manager and completing as Strategic Projects Department Director and
Plenipotentiary to the Board. He was one of the elite group of early
adopters implementing supercomputing technology in Poland. His most
remarkable achievement was introducing in 1995 the first supercomputer
from Poland ever on the prestige list of world wide largest
supercomputing installations TOP500.
Starting from 2006 Jacek L. Madajczyk has been coordinating R&D projects
within ATM. He initiated creation of the R&D center (CBR ATM-Lab) and
acquired EU co-financing of more than 4 million PLN for 5 projects in total.
In 2009 CBR ATM-Lab was successfully (break even point after the first
year) transformed into ATM Software to commercialize the results of the
above mentioned projects and to gain market share in the area of
multimedia software products and services.
In the year 2007 Jacek L. Madajczyk initiated creation of the first Special
Economic Zone in Warsaw devoted to ICT innovative technologies. In 2008
he acquired more than 70 million PLN of EU co-financing for the
realization of the ATM Innovation Center project in the years 2009-2014.
Phoenix Systems - founders (5)
R&D projects completed within ATM Group and co-funded by EU:
 TeleArchive – teleradiology archive system to store patients
diagnostic images with PACS and RIS interfaces,
 mPay – mobile payment system,
 MobileTV – technology platform for next generation mobile
services (mobile VOD, enhanced user interaction),
 DCS (Distributed Caching System) – software for Content
Delivery Network,
 ATMOSFERA – development and implementation of the
Total value of all projects about 8 Million PLN (2 Million Euro)
Total EU co funding of all projects more than 4 Million PLN (1 Million
Phoenix Systems - founders (6)
ATM Innovation Center (CI ATM) project for years 2009-2014:
total value of the project 321 326 000 PLN (more than 100 Million
total EU co-funding of the project 72 320 578 PLN (about 24 Million
CI ATM activities will include, but not be restricted to providing
outsourcing services, technological support as well as support for
the commercialization process of most advanced ICT technologies,
activities will be correlated with the expansion of the existing
ATMAN Telecommunication Center, the available data center floor
space will be increased several times and new office building will be
completed to provide space for innovative technology companies,
new data center infrastructure will be built effectively using most
advanced technologies a good example being energy saving
technologies (so called Green Data Center) .
Company strategy
Developing a competitive technological package for embedded systems engineering,
Establishing a good brand in embedded system industry,
Implementation of Phoenix-RTOS in Smart Grid, Smart HAN solutions (in progress),
Implementation of Phoenix-PRIME in next generation smart metering infrastructure: meters, DCUs (in progress),
Implementation of Phoenix-RTOS in other market sectors (military, medicine).
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