PARAVASIS is a CDTI-funded project supported by the Ministry of Science and Innovation that aims to revolutionize the design and development process of complex industrial systems by harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI). Through the use of disruptive technologies, PARAVASIS seeks to enhance customization, parameterization, and flexibility in the design process, allowing for seamless adaptation to changes and reducing time, cost, and capacity constraints.
PARAVASIS is at the forefront of research and development in the field of complex software systems. In the future, the development of complex software systems is likely to be more like expressing desired capabilities and functionality than writing code or having a repository of algorithms. Software and systems engineers will become specialists in training artificial intelligence (AI) systems that must learn from experience. Elegant software will no longer refer to well-developed code according to best practices, but will be the result of work done with AI systems that implement the best ideas that professionals can think of.
The general objectives of the project are:
OG1: To increase the flexibility and productivity of the design and development process of complex industrial systems for different domains, also facilitating a reduction of the environmental impact both in the process itself and in the final product.
GC2: To favor the customization of new software-intensive products considering the best balance of time, capacity and cost, as well as safety requirements from the design stage.
GC3: To test the research hypotheses through experimentation in four proof-of-concepts in sectors where the design of software-intensive systems is complex: naval, industrial, railway and aerospace.