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If you are interested in exploring possibilities in contributing to the success of our current or future projects, please send a mail to:
info@pictorab.com
CAREERS
Learn more about it here:
SAFECOP
Finished
SafeCOP is an European project that targets cyberphysical systems-of-systems whose safe cooperation relies on wireless communication. In particular, SafeCOP will provide an approach to the safety assurance of such systems in the healthcare, maritime, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure sectors.
http://www.safecop.eu/
AMASS (ECSEL)
Learn more about it here:
Finished
AMASS (Architecture-driven, Multi-concern and Seamless Assurance and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems) will create and consolidate the de-facto European-wide open tool platform, ecosystem, and self-sustainable community for assurance and certification of  Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in the largest industrial vertical markets including automotive, railway, aerospace, space, and energy.
The ultimate goal of AMASS is to lower certification costs for CPS in face of rapidly changing features and market needs. This will be achieved by establishing a novel holistic and reuse-oriented approach for architecture-driven assurance (fully compatible with standards such as AUTOSAR and IMA), multi-concern assurance (for co-analysis and co-assurance of e.g. security and safety aspects), and for seamless interoperability between assurance and engineering activities along with third-party activities (e.g. external assessments and supplier assurance).
https://www.amass-ecsel.eu/
Finished projects:
ITEA BUMBLE
Pictor Consulting AB participates in the ITEA research project BUMBLE that aims at improving the current state-of-the-art modeling tools. The ability to freely mix notations is a core ingredient to build suitable DSMLs (Domain-Specific Modelling Language) that support their users for the task at hand.
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) allow the development of applications based on the definition of models closer to the problem domain than to the implementation domain, alleviating the complexity of platforms. MDE makes uses of DSMLs, which today are limited to one specific domain in one specific notation (such as text, diagrams, tables or forms). The human communication, especially across engineering disciplines, can be improved by the blended and collaborative support that BUMBLE provides.
Learn more about it here:
https://itea4.org/project/bumble.html
Ongoing
BUMBLE aims to improve MDE by seamlessly enabling concurrent use of graphical and textual modeling, referred to as blended modelling. This means to allow the engineers to freely choose and switch between different notations for the same model. The necessary synchronization techniques are exploited to also support collaborative working on models and DSML evolution.
Within civil engineering, norms and practices impose extensive requirements on system safety. In the structural analysis and design process quality assurance is key. Technically this means that several steps of safety inspections, correctness and system safety cases are required. Further, today there is a limited usage of modelling tools, due to poor tools support. This area suffers also from costly and error-prone manual ad-hoc calculation using vendor specific proprietary definitions with a limited legacy model handling support, that hinder the ability to expand towards industrial usage.
A blended and collaborative modelling approach using diagram and 3D notations consisting of members, hinges and other structural elements would create a more efficient process that better fulfill the safety requirements.
Pictor Consulting AB is developing a demonstrator using the BUMBLE concepts of blended modelling and collaboration to prepare a baseline for more efficiency in the process of fulfilling the quality and safety requirements in the Civil Engineering discipline.
HEALTH5G
Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services. The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results. The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations; all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.
Ongoing
Learn more about it here:
http://health5g.eu/
The main focus of the project is to study and develop novel eHealth services that will be enabled by the upcoming 5th generation mobile technology (5G). The project will a) refine novel use cases related to eHealth that take advantage of and have need for the 5G capabilities, b) study and develop selected 5G network and service enablers as well as prototype eHealth applications for the use cases, c) pilot and validate the solutions in real environments and with end-users, including 5G test networks and hospitals, for example, d) and disseminate and exploit the results for the benefit of the society, science, and business.
We define the project’s vision as follows: “We envision a health monitoring system enabled by 5G-based heterogeneous networks by having various integrated wireless radio and cloud technologies, protocol designs, standards, and semantics. Such a system will satisfy application requirements in terms of connectivity, reliability, timeliness, and throughput as well as bring benefits to individuals and the society.”
The work will be based on carefully selected, high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth, including hospital environment of the future, health@home, and emergency situations. The use cases will be detailed further, analysed, and experimented during the project’s lifetime.
Examples of ongoing projects:
PROJECTS
Andrés Alma
Göran Olson
Göran is Pictor’s head programmer and has worked extensively on web development in e-commerce, systems development, and database modelling. Before Pictor, Göran worked for UCS Bolaget, Tirec System and Vattenfall as Project Leader.
Programmer
Mikael Tillman
Mikael has ample experience as a Product & Project Manager and System Architect and has worked in the fields of telecommunication, embedded systems, and Cyber Physical Systems fields. Before his arrival to Pictor, Mikael has worked in Alten and Ericsson.
System Architect
Kjell-Åke Grandin
Kjell-Åke has extensive experience in line and project management roles in computer systems and software development, software QA and testing, as well as various roles in IT process management in accordance with e.g. the ITIL framework. He has gained the experience in international companies like Philips Electronics and Ericsson and has had management positions in southeast Asia, North America and in Sweden.
Process Management Consultant
Anders Wikberg
Anders has 33 years of industry experience that covers all different R&D areas from strategy development to actual product development in business areas such as Telecom, ICT, Infrastructure safety, Innovation. Deeply passionate for product development, he has worked extensively with disruptive innovation. Currently working as Product Owner for SW for automated design in a telecom infrastructure company. As Head Consultant for Pictor, he has worked in Project Management, Requirements, Handling, System Work, Sourcing and Organization Development.
Consultant
Staffan Skogby
Staffan has worked in very complex and highly accessible system environments in the role of system architect. His strong focus is on system architectures for functional safety analysis and high availability. His work with European research project AMASS (www.amass-ecsel.eu) focused on methods and tools for ensuring systems with functional security and information security for cyperphysical systems (CPS). Staffan has more than 20 years of experience in network and system architecture, the evolution of mobile systems and sits on the board of the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineering Association (SER.se). He also has worked at Huawei Technologies in Stockholm and in China as a system architect for core networks. He now works as a consultant and runs Pictor Consulting since 2012 focusing on safety-critical embedded systems and telecoms.
CEO and Senior System Architect
OUR TEAM
Embedded Systems.
Network Architecture Evolution.
Network Architecture Development.
Project Management for Software and Hardware projects.
Systems Modelling.
Domain Specific Language Programming.
Regulatory compliance, agreements and IP law for technology projects.
Functional systems for Telecom suppliers.
Digital Twin technology.
OUR SERVICES
Since 2012, Pictor is active in qualified consulting services for embedded systems. Our technical consulting services focus on highly accessible and functional systems. Our customers and collaborators are large consulting companies and large telecom suppliers.
Pictor is a consultancy company in engineering and system architecture. Pictor is a technology solutions enabler and provides technology, experience, and expertise to its customers.  We are currently undertaking several exciting projects that research and develop technology in IoT, Web 3.0, Digital Twin and Virtual Reality.
Pictor Consulting is a member of Swedsoft and the Stockholm Chamber of
Commerce.
https://www.swedsoft.se/
ABOUT US
DRIVEN BY INNOVATION
Our team is passionate about improving business and
society through innovation.
Pictor Consulting
PARTNERS
GET IN TOUCH WITH US
info@pictorab.com
Pictor Consulting
© 2022 Pictor Consulting
WORK WITH PICTOR
If you are interested in exploring possibilities in contributing to the success of our current or future projects, please send a mail to:
info@pictorab.com
CAREERS
Learn more about it here:
SAFECOP
Finished
SafeCOP is an European project that targets cyberphysical systems-of-systems whose safe cooperation relies on wireless communication. In particular, SafeCOP will provide an approach to the safety assurance of such systems in the healthcare, maritime, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure sectors.
http://www.safecop.eu/
AMASS (ECSEL)
Learn more about it here:
Finished
AMASS (Architecture-driven, Multi-concern and Seamless Assurance and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems) will create and consolidate the de-facto European-wide open tool platform, ecosystem, and self-sustainable community for assurance and certification of  Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in the largest industrial vertical markets including automotive, railway, aerospace, space, and energy.
The ultimate goal of AMASS is to lower certification costs for CPS in face of rapidly changing features and market needs. This will be achieved by establishing a novel holistic and reuse-oriented approach for architecture-driven assurance (fully compatible with standards such as AUTOSAR and IMA), multi-concern assurance (for co-analysis and co-assurance of e.g. security and safety aspects), and for seamless interoperability between assurance and engineering activities along with third-party activities (e.g. external assessments and supplier assurance).
https://www.amass-ecsel.eu/
Finished projects:
ITEA BUMBLE
Learn more about it here:
https://itea4.org/project/bumble.html
Ongoing
Pictor Consulting AB participates in the ITEA research project BUMBLE that aims at improving the current state-of-the-art modeling tools. The ability to freely mix notations is a core ingredient to build suitable DSMLs (Domain-Specific Modelling Language) that support their users for the task at hand.
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) allow the development of applications based on the definition of models closer to the problem domain than to the implementation domain, alleviating the complexity of platforms. MDE makes uses of DSMLs, which today are limited to one specific domain in one specific notation (such as text, diagrams, tables or forms). The human communication, especially across engineering disciplines, can be improved by the blended and collaborative support that BUMBLE provides.
BUMBLE aims to improve MDE by seamlessly enabling concurrent use of graphical and textual modeling, referred to as blended modelling. This means to allow the engineers to freely choose and switch between different notations for the same model. The necessary synchronization techniques are exploited to also support collaborative working on models and DSML evolution.
Within civil engineering, norms and practices impose extensive requirements on system safety. In the structural analysis and design process quality assurance is key. Technically this means that several steps of safety inspections, correctness and system safety cases are required. Further, today there is a limited usage of modelling tools, due to poor tools support. This area suffers also from costly and error-prone manual ad-hoc calculation using vendor specific proprietary definitions with a limited legacy model handling support, that hinder the ability to expand towards industrial usage.
A blended and collaborative modelling approach using diagram and 3D notations consisting of members, hinges and other structural elements would create a more efficient process that better fulfill the safety requirements.
Pictor Consulting AB is developing a demonstrator using the BUMBLE concepts of blended modelling and collaboration to prepare a baseline for more efficiency in the process of fulfilling the quality and safety requirements in the Civil Engineering discipline.
HEALTH5G
Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services. The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results. The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations; all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.
Ongoing
Learn more about it here:
http://health5g.eu/
The main focus of the project is to study and develop novel eHealth services that will be enabled by the upcoming 5th generation mobile technology (5G). The project will a) refine novel use cases related to eHealth that take advantage of and have need for the 5G capabilities, b) study and develop selected 5G network and service enablers as well as prototype eHealth applications for the use cases, c) pilot and validate the solutions in real environments and with end-users, including 5G test networks and hospitals, for example, d) and disseminate and exploit the results for the benefit of the society, science, and business.
We define the project’s vision as follows: “We envision a health monitoring system enabled by 5G-based heterogeneous networks by having various integrated wireless radio and cloud technologies, protocol designs, standards, and semantics. Such a system will satisfy application requirements in terms of connectivity, reliability, timeliness, and throughput as well as bring benefits to individuals and the society.”
The work will be based on carefully selected, high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth, including hospital environment of the future, health@home, and emergency situations. The use cases will be detailed further, analysed, and experimented during the project’s lifetime.
Examples of ongoing projects:
PROJECTS
Andrés Alma
Göran Olson
Göran is Pictor’s head programmer and has worked extensively on web development in e-commerce, systems development, and database modelling. Before Pictor, Göran worked for UCS Bolaget, Tirec System and Vattenfall as Project Leader.
Programmer
Mikael Tillman
Mikael has ample experience as a Product & Project Manager and System Architect and has worked in the fields of telecommunication, embedded systems, and Cyber Physical Systems fields. Before his arrival to Pictor, Mikael has worked in Alten and Ericsson.
System Architect
Kjell-Åke Grandin
Kjell-Åke has extensive experience in line and project management roles in computer systems and software development, software QA and testing, as well as various roles in IT process management in accordance with e.g. the ITIL framework. He has gained the experience in international companies like Philips Electronics and Ericsson and has had management positions in southeast Asia, North America and in Sweden.
Process Management Consultant
Anders Wikberg
Anders has 33 years of industry experience that covers all different R&D areas from strategy development to actual product development in business areas such as Telecom, ICT, Infrastructure safety, Innovation. Deeply passionate for product development, he has worked extensively with disruptive innovation. Currently working as Product Owner for SW for automated design in a telecom infrastructure company. As Head Consultant for Pictor, he has worked in Project Management, Requirements, Handling, System Work, Sourcing and Organization Development.
Consultant
Staffan Skogby
Staffan has worked in very complex and highly accessible system environments in the role of system architect. His strong focus is on system architectures for functional safety analysis and high availability. His work with European research project AMASS (www.amass-ecsel.eu) focused on methods and tools for ensuring systems with functional security and information security for cyperphysical systems (CPS). Staffan has more than 20 years of experience in network and system architecture, the evolution of mobile systems and sits on the board of the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineering Association (SER.se). He also has worked at Huawei Technologies in Stockholm and in China as a system architect for core networks. He now works as a consultant and runs Pictor Consulting since 2012 focusing on safety-critical embedded systems and telecoms.
CEO and Senior System Architect
OUR TEAM
Embedded Systems.
Network Architecture Evolution.
Network Architecture Development.
Project Management for Software and Hardware projects.
Systems Modelling.
Domain Specific Language Programming.
Regulatory compliance, agreements and IP law for technology projects.
Functional systems for Telecom suppliers.
Digital Twin technology.
OUR SERVICES
Since 2012, Pictor is active in qualified consulting services for embedded systems. Our technical consulting services focus on highly accessible and functional systems. Our customers and collaborators are large consulting companies and large telecom suppliers.
Pictor is a consultancy company in engineering and system architecture. Pictor is a technology solutions enabler and provides technology, experience, and expertise to its customers.  We are currently undertaking several exciting projects that research and develop technology in IoT, Web 3.0, Digital Twin and Virtual Reality.
Pictor Consulting is a member of Swedsoft and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
https://www.swedsoft.se/
ABOUT US
DRIVEN BY INNOVATION
Our team is passionate about improving business
and society through innovation.
Pictor Consulting
PARTNERS
GET IN TOUCH WITH US
info@pictorab.com
Pictor Consulting
© 2022 Pictor Consulting
WORK WITH PICTOR
If you are interested in exploring possibilities in contributing to the success of our current or future projects, please send a mail to:
info@pictorab.com
CAREERS
Learn more about it here:
SAFECOP
SafeCOP is an European project that targets cyberphysical systems-of-systems whose safe cooperation relies on wireless communication. In particular, SafeCOP will provide an approach to the safety assurance of such systems in the healthcare, maritime, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure sectors.
http://www.safecop.eu/
Finished
AMASS (ECSEL)
Learn more about it here:
AMASS (Architecture-driven, Multi-concern and Seamless Assurance and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems) will create and consolidate the de-facto European-wide open tool platform, ecosystem, and self-sustainable community for assurance and certification of  Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in the largest industrial vertical markets including automotive, railway, aerospace, space, and energy.
The ultimate goal of AMASS is to lower certification costs for CPS in face of rapidly changing features and market needs. This will be achieved by establishing a novel holistic and reuse-oriented approach for architecture-driven assurance (fully compatible with standards such as AUTOSAR and IMA), multi-concern assurance (for co-analysis and co-assurance of e.g. security and safety aspects), and for seamless interoperability between assurance and engineering activities along with third-party activities (e.g. external assessments and supplier assurance).
https://www.amass-ecsel.eu/
Finished
ITEA BUMBLE
Learn more about it here:
https://itea4.org/project/bumble.html
Ongoing
Pictor Consulting AB participates in the ITEA research project BUMBLE that aims at improving the current state-of-the-art modeling tools. The ability to freely mix notations is a core ingredient to build suitable DSMLs (Domain-Specific Modelling Language) that support their users for the task at hand.
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) allow the development of applications based on the definition of models closer to the problem domain than to the implementation domain, alleviating the complexity of platforms. MDE makes uses of DSMLs, which today are limited to one specific domain in one specific notation (such as text, diagrams, tables or forms). The human communication, especially across engineering disciplines, can be improved by the blended and collaborative support that BUMBLE provides.
BUMBLE aims to improve MDE by seamlessly enabling concurrent use of graphical and textual modeling, referred to as blended modelling. This means to allow the engineers to freely choose and switch between different notations for the same model. The necessary synchronization techniques are exploited to also support collaborative working on models and DSML evolution.
Within civil engineering, norms and practices impose extensive requirements on system safety. In the structural analysis and design process quality assurance is key. Technically this means that several steps of safety inspections, correctness and system safety cases are required. Further, today there is a limited usage of modelling tools, due to poor tools support. This area suffers also from costly and error-prone manual ad-hoc calculation using vendor specific proprietary definitions with a limited legacy model handling support, that hinder the ability to expand towards industrial usage.
A blended and collaborative modelling approach using diagram and 3D notations consisting of members, hinges and other structural elements would create a more efficient process that better fulfill the safety requirements.
Pictor Consulting AB is developing a demonstrator using the BUMBLE concepts of blended modelling and collaboration to prepare a baseline for more efficiency in the process of fulfilling the quality and safety requirements in the Civil Engineering discipline.
HEALTH5G
Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services. The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results. The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations; all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.
Ongoing
Learn more about it here:
http://health5g.eu/
The main focus of the project is to study and develop novel eHealth services that will be enabled by the upcoming 5th generation mobile technology (5G). The project will a) refine novel use cases related to eHealth that take advantage of and have need for the 5G capabilities, b) study and develop selected 5G network and service enablers as well as prototype eHealth applications for the use cases, c) pilot and validate the solutions in real environments and with end-users, including 5G test networks and hospitals, for example, d) and disseminate and exploit the results for the benefit of the society, science, and business.
We define the project’s vision as follows: “We envision a health monitoring system enabled by 5G-based heterogeneous networks by having various integrated wireless radio and cloud technologies, protocol designs, standards, and semantics. Such a system will satisfy application requirements in terms of connectivity, reliability, timeliness, and throughput as well as bring benefits to individuals and the society.”
The work will be based on carefully selected, high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth, including hospital environment of the future, health@home, and emergency situations. The use cases will be detailed further, analysed, and experimented during the project’s lifetime.
Finished projects:
Examples of ongoing projects:
PROJECTS
Andrés Alma
Göran Olson
Göran is Pictor’s head programmer and has worked extensively on web development in e-commerce, systems development, and database modelling. Before Pictor, Göran worked for UCS Bolaget, Tirec System and Vattenfall as Project Leader.
Programmer
Mikael Tillman
Mikael has ample experience as a Product & Project Manager and System Architect and has worked in the fields of telecommunication, embedded systems, and Cyber Physical Systems fields. Before his arrival to Pictor, Mikael has worked in Alten and Ericsson.
System Architect
Kjell-Åke Grandin
Kjell-Åke has extensive experience in line and project management roles in computer systems and software development, software QA and testing, as
well as various roles in IT process management in accordance with e.g. the
ITIL framework. He has gained the experience in international companies
like Philips Electronics and Ericsson and has had management positions in southeast Asia, North America and in Sweden.
Process Management Consultant
Anders Wikberg
Anders has 33 years of industry experience that covers all different R&D areas from strategy development to actual product development in business areas such as Telecom, ICT, Infrastructure safety, Innovation. Deeply passionate for product development, he has worked extensively with disruptive innovation. Currently working as Product Owner for SW for automated design in a telecom infrastructure company. As Head Consultant for Pictor, he has worked in Project Management, Requirements, Handling, System Work, Sourcing and Organization Development.
Consultant
Staffan Skogby
Staffan has worked in very complex and highly accessible system environments in the role of system architect. His strong focus is on system architectures for functional safety analysis and high availability. His work with European research project AMASS (www.amass-ecsel.eu) focused on methods and tools for ensuring systems with functional security and information security for hyperphysical systems (CPS). Staffan has more than 20 years of experience in network and system architecture, the evolution of mobile systems and sits on the board of the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineering Association (SER.se). He also has worked at Huawei Technologies in Stockholm and in China as a system architect for core networks. He now works as a consultant and runs Pictor Consulting since 2012 focusing on safety-critical embedded systems and telecoms.
CEO and Senior System Architect
OUR TEAM
Embedded Systems.
Network Architecture Evolution.
Network Architecture Development.
Project Management for Software and Hardware projects.
Systems Modelling.
Domain Specific Language Programming.
Regulatory compliance, agreements and IP law for technology projects.
Functional systems for Telecom suppliers.
Digital Twin technology.
OUR SERVICES
Since 2012, Pictor is active in qualified consulting services for embedded systems. Our technical consulting services focus on highly accessible and functional systems. Our customers and collaborators are large consulting companies and large telecom suppliers.
Pictor is a consultancy company in engineering and system architecture. Pictor is a technology solutions enabler and provides technology, experience, and expertise to its customers.  We are currently undertaking several exciting projects that research and develop technology in IoT, Web 3.0, Digital Twin and Virtual Reality.
Pictor Consulting is a member of Swedsoft and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
https://www.swedsoft.se/
ABOUT US
DRIVEN BY INNOVATION
Our team is passionate about improving business and
society through innovation.
Pictor Consulting
PARTNERS
GET IN TOUCH WITH US
info@pictorab.com
Pictor Consulting
© 2022 Pictor Consulting
WORK WITH PICTOR
If you are interested in exploring possibilities in contributing to the success of our current or future projects, please send a mail to:
info@pictorab.com
CAREERS
Learn more about it here:
SAFECOP
Finished
SafeCOP is an European project that targets cyberphysical systems-of-systems whose safe cooperation relies on wireless communication. In particular, SafeCOP will provide an approach to the safety assurance of such systems in the healthcare, maritime, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure sectors.
http://www.safecop.eu/
AMASS (ECSEL)
Learn more about it here:
Finished
AMASS (Architecture-driven, Multi-concern and Seamless Assurance and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems) will create and consolidate the de-facto European-wide open tool platform, ecosystem, and self-sustainable community for assurance and certification of  Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in the largest industrial vertical markets including automotive, railway, aerospace, space, and energy.
The ultimate goal of AMASS is to lower certification costs for CPS in face of rapidly changing features and market needs. This will be achieved by establishing a novel holistic and reuse-oriented approach for architecture-driven assurance (fully compatible with standards such as AUTOSAR and IMA), multi-concern assurance (for co-analysis and co-assurance of e.g. security and safety aspects), and for seamless interoperability between assurance and engineering activities along with third-party activities (e.g. external assessments and supplier assurance).
https://www.amass-ecsel.eu/
ITEA BUMBLE
Learn more about it here:
https://itea4.org/project/bumble.html
Ongoing
Pictor Consulting AB participates in the ITEA research project BUMBLE that aims at improving the current state-of-the-art modeling tools. The ability to freely mix notations is a core ingredient to build suitable DSMLs (Domain-Specific Modelling Language) that support their users for the task at hand.
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) allow the development of applications based on the definition of models closer to the problem domain than to the implementation domain, alleviating the complexity of platforms. MDE makes uses of DSMLs, which today are limited to one specific domain in one specific notation (such as text, diagrams, tables or forms). The human communication, especially across engineering disciplines, can be improved by the blended and collaborative support that BUMBLE provides.
BUMBLE aims to improve MDE by seamlessly enabling concurrent use of graphical and textual modeling, referred to as blended modelling. This means to allow the engineers to freely choose and switch between different notations for the same model. The necessary synchronization techniques are exploited to also support collaborative working on models and DSML evolution.
Within civil engineering, norms and practices impose extensive requirements on system safety. In the structural analysis and design process quality assurance is key. Technically this means that several steps of safety inspections, correctness and system safety cases are required. Further, today there is a limited usage of modelling tools, due to poor tools support. This area suffers also from costly and error-prone manual ad-hoc calculation using vendor specific proprietary definitions with a limited legacy model handling support, that hinder the ability to expand towards industrial usage.
A blended and collaborative modelling approach using diagram and 3D notations consisting of members, hinges and other structural elements would create a more efficient process that better fulfill the safety requirements.
Pictor Consulting AB is developing a demonstrator using the BUMBLE concepts of blended modelling and collaboration to prepare a baseline for more efficiency in the process of fulfilling the quality and safety requirements in the Civil Engineering discipline.
HEALTH5G
Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services. The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results. The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations; all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.
Ongoing
Learn more about it here:
http://health5g.eu/
The main focus of the project is to study and develop novel eHealth services that will be enabled by the upcoming 5th generation mobile technology (5G). The project will a) refine novel use cases related to eHealth that take advantage of and have need for the 5G capabilities, b) study and develop selected 5G network and service enablers as well as prototype eHealth applications for the use cases, c) pilot and validate the solutions in real environments and with end-users, including 5G test networks and hospitals, for example, d) and disseminate and exploit the results for the benefit of the society, science, and business.
We define the project’s vision as follows: “We envision a health monitoring system enabled by 5G-based heterogeneous networks by having various integrated wireless radio and cloud technologies, protocol designs, standards, and semantics. Such a system will satisfy application requirements in terms of connectivity, reliability, timeliness, and throughput as well as bring benefits to individuals and the society.”
The work will be based on carefully selected, high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth, including hospital environment of the future, health@home, and emergency situations. The use cases will be detailed further, analysed, and experimented during the project’s lifetime.
Finished projects:
Examples of ongoing projects:
PROJECTS
Staffan Skogby
Staffan has worked in very complex and highly accessible system environments in the role of system architect. His strong focus is on system architectures for functional safety analysis and high availability. His work with European research project AMASS (www.amass-ecsel.eu) focused on methods and tools for ensuring systems with functional security and information security for hyperphysical systems (CPS). Staffan has more than 20 years of experience in network and system architecture, the evolution of mobile systems and sits on the board of the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineering Association (SER.se). He also has worked at Huawei Technologies in Stockholm and in China as a system architect for core networks. He now works as a consultant and runs Pictor Consulting since 2012 focusing on safety-critical embedded systems and telecoms.
CEO and Senior System Architect
Anders Wikberg
Anders has 33 years of industry experience that covers all different R&D areas from strategy development to actual product development in business areas such as Telecom, ICT, Infrastructure safety, Innovation. Deeply passionate for product development, he has worked extensively with disruptive innovation. Currently working as Product Owner for SW for automated design in a telecom infrastructure company. As Head Consultant for Pictor, he has worked in Project Management, Requirements, Handling, System Work, Sourcing and Organization Development.
Consultant
Kjell-Åke Grandin
Kjell-Åke has extensive experience in line and project management roles in computer systems and software development, software QA and testing, as well as various roles in IT process management in accordance with e.g. the ITIL framework. He has gained the experience in international companies like Philips Electronics and Ericsson and has had management positions in southeast Asia, North America and in Sweden.
Process Management Consultant
Mikael Tillman
Mikael has ample experience as a Product & Project Manager and System Architect and has worked in the fields of telecommunication, embedded systems, and Cyber Physical Systems fields. Before his arrival to Pictor, Mikael has worked in Alten and Ericsson.
System Architect
Göran Olson
Göran is Pictor’s head programmer and has worked extensively on web development in e-commerce, systems development, and database modelling. Before Pictor, Göran worked for UCS Bolaget, Tirec System
and Vattenfall as Project Leader.
Programmer
Andrés Alma
OUR TEAM
Embedded Systems.
Network Architecture Evolution.
Network Architecture Development.
Project Management for Software and Hardware projects.
Systems Modelling.
Domain Specific Language Programming.
Regulatory compliance, agreements and IP law for technology projects.
Functional systems for Telecom suppliers.
Digital Twin technology.
OUR SERVICES
Since 2012, Pictor is active in qualified consulting services for embedded systems. Our technical consulting services focus on highly accessible and functional systems. Our customers and collaborators are large consulting companies and large telecom suppliers.
Pictor is a consultancy company in engineering and system architecture. Pictor is a technology solutions enabler and provides technology, experience, and expertise to its customers.  We are currently undertaking several exciting projects that research and develop technology in IoT, Web 3.0, Digital Twin and Virtual Reality.
Pictor Consulting is a member of Swedsoft and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
https://www.swedsoft.se/
ABOUT US
DRIVEN BY INNOVATION
Our team is passionate about improving business and
society through innovation.
Pictor Consulting
PARTNERS
GET IN TOUCH WITH US
info@pictorab.com
Pictor Consulting
© 2022 Pictor Consulting
WORK WITH PICTOR
If you are interested in exploring possibilities in contributing to the success of our current or future projects, please send a mail to:
info@pictorab.com
CAREERS
Learn more about it here:
SAFECOP
Finished
SafeCOP is an European project that targets cyberphysical systems-of-systems whose safe cooperation relies on wireless communication. In particular, SafeCOP will provide an approach to the safety assurance of such systems in the healthcare, maritime, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-
to-infrastructure sectors.
http://www.safecop.eu/
AMASS (ECSEL)
Learn more about it here:
Finished
AMASS (Architecture-driven, Multi-concern and Seamless Assurance and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems) will create and consolidate the de-facto European-wide open tool platform, ecosystem, and self-sustainable community for assurance and certification of  Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in the largest industrial vertical markets including automotive, railway, aerospace, space, and energy.
The ultimate goal of AMASS is to lower certification costs for CPS in face of rapidly changing features and market needs. This will be achieved by establishing a novel holistic and reuse-oriented approach for architecture-driven assurance (fully compatible with standards such as AUTOSAR and IMA), multi-concern assurance (for co-analysis and co-assurance of e.g. security and safety aspects), and for seamless interoperability between assurance and engineering activities along with third-party activities (e.g. external assessments and supplier assurance).
https://www.amass-ecsel.eu/
HEALTH5G
Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services. The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results. The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations; all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.
Ongoing
Learn more about it here:
http://health5g.eu/
The main focus of the project is to study and develop novel eHealth services that will be enabled by the upcoming 5th generation mobile technology (5G). The project will a) refine novel use cases related to eHealth that take advantage of and have need for the 5G capabilities, b) study and develop selected 5G network and service enablers as well as prototype eHealth applications for the use cases, c) pilot and validate the solutions in real environments and with end-users, including 5G test networks and hospitals, for example, d) and disseminate and exploit the results for the benefit of the society, science, and business.
We define the project’s vision as follows: “We envision a health monitoring system enabled by 5G-based heterogeneous networks by having various integrated wireless radio and cloud technologies, protocol designs, standards, and semantics. Such a system will satisfy application requirements in terms of connectivity, reliability, timeliness, and throughput as well as bring benefits to individuals and the society.”
The work will be based on carefully selected, high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth, including hospital environment of the future, health@home, and emergency situations. The use cases will be detailed further, analysed, and experimented during the project’s lifetime.
ITEA BUMBLE
Learn more about it here:
https://itea4.org/project/bumble.html
Ongoing
Pictor Consulting AB participates in the ITEA research project BUMBLE that aims at improving the current state-of-the-art modeling tools. The ability to freely mix notations is a core ingredient to build suitable DSMLs (Domain-Specific Modelling Language) that support their users for the task at hand.
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) allow the development of applications based on the definition of models closer to the problem domain than to the implementation domain, alleviating the complexity of platforms. MDE makes uses of DSMLs, which today are limited to one specific domain in one specific notation (such as text, diagrams, tables or forms). The human communication, especially across engineering disciplines, can be improved by the blended and collaborative support that BUMBLE provides.
BUMBLE aims to improve MDE by seamlessly enabling concurrent use of graphical and textual modeling, referred to as blended modelling. This means to allow the engineers to freely choose and switch between different notations for the same model. The necessary synchronization techniques are exploited to also support collaborative working on models and DSML evolution.
Within civil engineering, norms and practices impose extensive requirements on system safety. In the structural analysis and design process quality assurance is key. Technically this means that several steps of safety inspections, correctness and system safety cases are required. Further, today there is a limited usage of modelling tools, due to poor tools support. This area suffers also from costly and error-prone manual ad-hoc calculation using vendor specific proprietary definitions with a limited legacy model handling support, that hinder the ability to expand towards industrial usage.
A blended and collaborative modelling approach using diagram and 3D notations consisting of members, hinges and other structural elements would create a more efficient process that better fulfill the safety requirements.
Pictor Consulting AB is developing a demonstrator using the BUMBLE concepts of blended modelling and collaboration to prepare a baseline for more efficiency in the process of fulfilling the quality and safety requirements in the Civil Engineering discipline.
Finished projects:
Examples of ongoing projects:
PROJECTS
Staffan Skogby
Staffan has worked in very complex and highly accessible system environments in the role of system architect. His strong focus is on system architectures for functional safety analysis and high availability. His work with European research project AMASS (www.amass-ecsel.eu) focuses on methods and tools for ensuring systems with functional security and information security for hyperphysical systems (CPS). Staffan has more than 20 years of experience in network and system architecture, the evolution of mobile systems and sits on the board of the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineering Association (SER.se). He also has worked at Huawei Technologies in Stockholm and in China as a system architect for core networks. He now works as a consultant and runs Pictor Consulting since 2012 focusing on safety-critical embedded systems and telecoms.
CEO and Senior System Architect
Anders Wikberg
Anders has 33 years of industry experience that covers all different R&D areas from strategy development to actual product development in business areas such as Telecom, ICT, Infrastructure safety, Innovation. Deeply passionate for product development, he has worked extensively with disruptive innovation. Currently working as Product Owner for SW for automated design in a telecom infrastructure company. As Head Consultant for Pictor, he has worked in Project Management, Requirements, Handling, System Work, Sourcing and Organization Development.
Consultant
Kjell-Åke Grandin
Kjell-Åke has extensive experience in line and project management roles in computer systems and software development, software QA and testing, as well as various roles in IT process management in accordance with e.g. the ITIL framework. He has gained the experience in international companies like Philips Electronics and Ericsson and has had management positions in southeast Asia, North America and in Sweden.
Process Management Consultant
Mikael Tillman
Mikael has ample experience as a Product & Project Manager and System Architect and has worked in the fields of telecommunication, embedded systems, and Cyber Physical Systems fields. Before his arrival to Pictor, Mikael has worked in Alten and Ericsson.
System Architect
Göran Olson
Göran is Pictor’s head programmer and has worked extensively on web development in e-commerce, systems development, and database modelling. Before Pictor, Göran worked for UCS Bolaget, Tirec System
and Vattenfall as Project Leader.
Programmer
Andrés Alma
OUR TEAM
Embedded Systems.
Network Architecture Evolution.
Network Architecture Development.
Project Management for Software and Hardware projects.
Systems Modelling.
Domain Specific Language Programming.
Regulatory compliance, agreements and IP law for technology projects.
Functional systems for Telecom suppliers.
Digital Twin technology.
OUR SERVICES
Since 2012, Pictor is active in qualified consulting services for embedded systems. Our technical consulting services focus on highly accessible and functional systems. Our customers and collaborators are large consulting companies and large telecom suppliers.
Pictor is a consultancy company in engineering and system architecture. Pictor is a technology solutions enabler and provides technology, experience, and expertise to its customers.  We are currently undertaking several exciting projects that research and develop technology in IoT, Web 3.0, Digital Twin and Virtual Reality.
Pictor Consulting is a member of Swedsoft and the Stockholm Chamber
of Commerce.
https://www.swedsoft.se/
ABOUT US
DRIVEN BY INNOVATION
Our team is passionate about improving business and
society through innovation.
Pictor Consulting
PARTNERS
© 2022 Pictor Consulting
GET IN TOUCH WITH US
info@pictorab.com
Pictor Consulting
WORK WITH PICTOR
If you are interested in exploring possibilities in contributing to the success of our current or future projects, please send a mail to:
info@pictorab.com
CAREERS
Learn more about it here:
SAFECOP
Finished
SafeCOP is an European project that targets cyberphysical systems-of-systems whose safe cooperation relies on wireless communication. In particular, SafeCOP will provide an approach to the safety assurance of such systems in the healthcare, maritime, vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure sectors.
http://www.safecop.eu/
AMASS (ECSEL)
Learn more about it here:
Finished
AMASS (Architecture-driven, Multi-concern and Seamless Assurance and Certification of Cyber-Physical Systems) will create and consolidate the de-facto European-wide open tool platform, ecosystem, and self-sustainable community for assurance and certification of  Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) in the largest industrial vertical markets including automotive, railway, aerospace, space, and energy.
The ultimate goal of AMASS is to lower certification costs for CPS in face of rapidly changing features and market needs. This will be achieved by establishing a novel holistic and reuse-oriented approach for architecture-driven assurance (fully compatible with standards such as AUTOSAR and IMA), multi-concern assurance (for co-analysis and co-assurance of e.g. security and safety aspects), and for seamless interoperability between assurance and engineering activities along with third-party activities (e.g. external assessments and supplier assurance).
https://www.amass-ecsel.eu/
HEALTH5G
Emerging network technologies, including the next generation mobile technology (5G), will form the backbone of future healthcare. 5G is a key enabling technology for the Internet of Things, Smart Pharmaceuticals, and Individualized Medicine. The features of 5G, such as low latency, reliability, performance, and flexibility, enable novel features to and better quality of eHealth services. The aim of our project is to identify novel use cases of eHealth that take advantage of 5G capabilities, study and develop 5G enablers for the use cases, develop and validate actual eHealth solutions in real environments and real 5G test networks, and disseminate and exploit the results. The project will study selected high-impact and industry-driven use cases for future eHealth enabled by 5G. So far, we have identified three potential eHealth scenarios: healthcare@home, hospital environment of the future, and emergency situations; all including technology-focused sub-use cases benefitting from 5G. The aim is to refine the scenarios and use cases during the project together with partners in order to increase the societal, business, and scientific impacts of the project.
Ongoing
Learn more about it here:
http://health5g.eu/
The main focus of the project is to study and develop novel eHealth services that will be enabled by the upcoming 5th generation mobile technology (5G). The project will a) refine novel use cases related to eHealth that take advantage of and have need for the 5G capabilities, b) study and develop selected 5G network and service enablers as well as prototype eHealth applications for the use cases, c) pilot and validate the solutions in real environments and with end-users, including 5G test networks and hospitals, for example, d) and disseminate and exploit the results for the benefit of the society, science, and business.
We define the project’s vision as follows:
“We envision a health monitoring system enabled by 5G-based heterogeneous networks by having various integrated wireless radio and cloud technologies, protocol designs, standards, and semantics.
Such a system will satisfy application requirements in terms of connectivity, reliability, timeliness, and throughput as
well as bring benefits to individuals and the society.”
The work will be based on carefully selected, high-impact and industry-driven use cases
for future eHealth, including hospital environment of the future, health@home,
and emergency situations. The use cases
will be detailed further, analysed, and experimented during the project’s lifetime.
ITEA BUMBLE
Learn more about it here:
https://itea4.org/project/bumble.html
Ongoing
Pictor Consulting AB participates in the ITEA research project BUMBLE that aims at improving the current state-of-the-art modeling tools. The ability to freely mix notations is a core ingredient to build suitable DSMLs (Domain-Specific Modelling Language) that support their users for the task at hand.
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) allow the development of applications based on the definition of models closer to the problem domain than to the implementation domain, alleviating the complexity of platforms. MDE makes uses of DSMLs, which today are limited to one specific domain in one specific notation (such as text, diagrams, tables or forms). The human communication, especially across engineering disciplines, can be improved by the blended and collaborative support that BUMBLE provides.
BUMBLE aims to improve MDE by seamlessly enabling concurrent use of graphical and textual modeling, referred to as blended modelling. This means to allow the engineers to freely choose and switch between different notations for the same model. The necessary synchronization techniques are exploited to also support collaborative working on models and DSML evolution.
Within civil engineering, norms and practices impose extensive requirements on system safety. In the structural analysis and design process quality assurance is key. Technically this means that several steps of safety inspections, correctness and system safety cases are required. Further, today there is a limited usage of modelling tools, due to poor tools support. This area suffers also from costly and error-prone manual ad-hoc calculation using vendor specific proprietary definitions with a limited legacy model handling support, that hinder the ability to expand towards industrial usage.
A blended and collaborative modelling approach using diagram and 3D notations consisting of members, hinges and other structural elements would create a more efficient process that better fulfill the safety requirements.
Pictor Consulting AB is developing a demonstrator using the BUMBLE concepts of blended modelling and collaboration to prepare a baseline for more efficiency in the process of fulfilling the quality and safety requirements in the Civil Engineering discipline.
Finished projects:
Examples of ongoing projects:
PROJECTS
Staffan Skogby
Staffan has worked in very complex and highly accessible system environments in the role of system architect. His strong focus is on system architectures for functional safety analysis and high availability. His work with European research project AMASS (www.amass-ecsel.eu) focused on methods and tools for ensuring systems with functional security and information security for hyperphysical systems (CPS). Staffan has more than 20 years of experience in network and system architecture, the evolution of mobile systems and sits on the board of the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineering Association (SER.se). He also has worked at Huawei Technologies in Stockholm and in China as a system architect for core networks. He now works as a consultant and runs Pictor Consulting since 2012 focusing on safety-critical embedded systems and telecoms.
CEO and Senior System Architect
Anders Wikberg
Anders has 33 years of industry experience that covers all different R&D areas from strategy development to actual product development in business areas such as Telecom, ICT, Infrastructure safety, Innovation. Deeply passionate for product development, he has worked extensively with disruptive innovation. Currently working as Product Owner for SW for automated design in a telecom infrastructure company. As Head Consultant for Pictor, he has worked in Project Management, Requirements, Handling, System Work, Sourcing and Organization Development.
Consultant
Kjell-Åke Grandin
Kjell-Åke has extensive experience in line and project management roles in computer
systems and software development, software QA and testing, as well as various roles in IT process management in accordance with e.g. the ITIL framework. He has gained the experience in international companies like Philips Electronics and Ericsson and has had management positions in southeast Asia, North America and in Sweden.
Process Management Consultant
Mikael Tillman
Mikael has ample experience as a Product & Project Manager and System Architect and
has worked in the fields of telecommunication, embedded systems, and Cyber Physical Systems fields. Before his arrival to Pictor,
Mikael has worked in Alten and Ericsson.
System Architect
Göran Olson
Göran is Pictor’s head programmer and has worked extensively on web development in e-commerce, systems development, and database modelling. Before Pictor, Göran worked for UCS Bolaget, Tirec System and Vattenfall as Project Leader.
Programmer
Andrés Alma
OUR TEAM
Embedded Systems.
Network Architecture Evolution.
Network Architecture Development.
Project Management for Software and
Hardware projects.
Systems Modelling.
Domain Specific Language Programming.
Regulatory compliance, agreements and
IPlaw for technology projects.
Functional systems for Telecom suppliers.
Digital Twin technology.
OUR SERVICES
Since 2012, Pictor is active in qualified consulting services for embedded systems. Our technical consulting services focus on highly accessible and functional systems. Our customers and collaborators are large consulting companies
and large telecom suppliers.
Pictor is a consultancy company in engineering and system architecture. Pictor is a technology solutions enabler and provides technology, experience, and expertise to its customers.  We are currently undertaking several exciting projects that research and develop technology in IoT, Web 3.0, Digital Twin and Virtual Reality.
Pictor Consulting is a member of Swedsoft and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
https://www.swedsoft.se/
ABOUT US
DRIVEN BY INNOVATION
Our team is passionate about improving business and society through
innovation.
Pictor Consulting
PARTNERS