MUSA is composed of seven partners from six European countries, representing North and Southern Europe.
Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation
TECNALIA is a private, independent, non-profit applied research centre of international excellence. Legally a Foundation, Tecnalia is the leading private and independent research and technology organisation in Spain and one of the largest in Europe.
Centro Regionala Information Communication Technology scrl (CER ICT), Italy
CERICT is an organization for accessing competencies and relationship within ICT national and international system. It derives from CRdC ICT project, which was set up at the end of the year 2002 as an initiative of the Campania Region. CRdC ICT project aim was to build a Competence Network in Information and Communication Technologies.
CA Technologies Developement Spain SAU, Spain
CA Technologies Development Spain SAU (CA) is a company of the group of CA Technologies. CA is a global Information Technology (IT) management software company and it is one of the largest independent software corporations in the world. CA applies decades of experience and innovation to research, develop and deliver software that integrates with other solutions to make an organization’s technology investments more valuable. The company supports software which runs in mainframe, distributed, virtualized and cloud environments and which a majority of the Forbes Global 2000 has installed.
Montimage EURL, France
Montimage (MI) is a research oriented French SME created in 2004 and located in Paris. It is specialized in software development, testing services and editor of monitoring and testing tools. The tools are dedicated to help developers and operators improve the quality of their services as well as the reliability. MI relies on innovation to deliver competitive tools and know-how that provide end-to-end monitoring solutions integrating functional, QoS and security analysis of network communications. MI’s integrated modular set of tools makes it possible to perform traffic inspection and business activity monitoring in complex distributed environments based on formal models used to specify the expected behaviour and attacks.
Aimes Grid Services Community Interest Company, United Kingdom
AIMES Grid Services is an award-winning cloud technology company spun out from the University of Liverpool that provides data centre and application development services to businesses from across a range of industries, including health informatics, transport/logistics, professional services and the digital and creative sectors.
Lufthansa Systems provides consulting and IT services for selected industries and has a leading position in the global aviation industry. The wholly-owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group employs about 3,000 people. The comprehensive portfolio of Lufthansa Systems covers the entire range of IT services. It includes consulting, development and implementation of customized industry solutions as well as the operation of applications in the company’s own data centers.
Tampere University of Technology (TUT) conducts scientific research in technology and architecture and provides the highest education within these fields. The University operates in close collaboration with business life and other facets of society and produces high-standard services within its range of tasks. TUT is Finland’s most international university when evaluated according to the number of visiting researchers. Established in 1965, the University has grown to become a significant influence on technology in Finland and abroad. TUT plays a pivotal role as an advocate of business life, internationalization and well-being in the Tampere region and western Finland as a whole. The University is the fifth largest employer in Tampere. The FAST-Lab (Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Systems) has a history of participation in research activities and initiatives under different international research collaboration umbrellas, incl. EU FP5 (Assembly-NET), EU FP6 (EUPASS, RI-MACS, SOCRADES), ITEA (SODA), ARTEMIS (eSONIA, ASTUTE, eScop), EU FP7 (AESOP, SelfLearning, PlantCockpit, URB-Grade) etc. Contract research activities for Finnish and foreign technology leader companies demonstrate the technology transfer capacity of the group and the level of research and resources.