Founded in 2008, Space Codesign Systems Inc. offers virtual platform technology products and services for the creation of embedded systems applications centered on ESL (Electronic System Level) design technology and hardware/software codesign methodology.
Space Codesign Systems’ technology was initially developed in the Microelectronics and Microsystems Group (GRM2) at the Polytechnique Montréal, where the SpaceStudio technology matured to become a powerful and unique front-end design tool. The pioneering HW/SW co-design technology produced by Space Codesign Systems enables designers to enjoy a higher level of abstraction and executable representation for embedded systems design.
Professor at Polytechnique Montréal, Guy Bois is Director of the GRM2 Laboratory, where the SPACE (SystemC Partitioning of Architectures for Co-design of Embedded Systems) program was originally conceived. He serves as a consultant to other industry leaders such as STMicroelectronics and Cadabra Systems (acquired by Synopsys). Guy’s research expertise led to the commercialization of the solution and the inception of Space Codesign Systems Inc.
Jean-Jacques Vallotton has been advising executive officers and entrepreneurs on their strategy and financing since 2000. He specializes in technology markets with focus on software publishing and electronics. Past positions include business management responsibilities with Integraph, Antycip simulation (now ST Engineering) and R&D (Sodern, now Airbus group).
Hubert Guerard is an embedded specialist. He has worked on integrating a network-to-chip model into a system-level design flow. He also has considerable expertise in joint software/hardware synthesis. Hubert is the main architect of the SpaceStudio software, for which he oversees the solution development.