Research, Development and Innovation

Sherpa Engineering has always invested in the development of its technical competences. Our engineers are highly skilled thanks to a comprehensive program of knowledge management and improvement.

We have gained a solid expertise in our core business thanks to hundreds of industrial projects and to numerous R&D projects.

We are convinced that innovation is a key factor to succeed in our highly technological environment. Our methodologies and our tools must quickly evolve to bring cutting edge solutions to our customers.

We have established partnerships with the important French research clusters: System@tic, Mov’eo and Astech. We also collaborate with academic and industrial institutions in several European and French projects such as ADN4SE, AMBER-ULV, EDONA, E’MOTIVE and MODRIO.

Since 2012 we have put in place a common laboratory with the CEA-LIST to join efforts to develop a specialized modeling tool for system engineering projects. This tool is called PhiSystem and is now part of our software suite. PhiSystem, which is based on SysML, brings innovative features when developing architecture models for complex systems.

We are a founding member of IRT SystemX (Instituts de Recherche Technologique). IRT SystemX is a French organization that aims at becoming a worldwide leader in digital engineering.

Our R&D projects

Code Description Site
ADN4SE Workshop for controlled systems
AMBER-ULV Automotive Mechatronic Baseline for Electric Resilient Ultra Light Vehicle
EDONA Open Development Environment for Automotive Norms
EGUISE Ecosystem for universal and intelligent management of services and energy in electrical vehicles
EMOTIVE Environment modeling for perceptive intelligent vehicles
EONAV Decision making tool for vessels operations to reduce energy consumption and air emissions
EQUITAS Enhanced Quality Using Intensive Test and Analysis on Simulators
MODRIO Model Driven Physical Systems Operation
OCSYGENE6 Controlled systems design optimization
RECUPENER Energy recovery from an electrical airplane
RENOTER Energy recovery from a thermal engine via thermoelectricity

For additional information on the projects download the R&D presentation « Sherpa R&D Projects »

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