COSEDA Technologies

COSEDA Technologies (Booth: 12)

Contact: Thomas Hartung

COSEDA Technologies GmbH
Koenigsbruecker Str. 124 | 01099 Dresden | Germany

Tel: +49 351 321490-31

COSEDA Technologies


COSEDA Technologies provides software solutions in the field of system level design for complex electronic hard- & software products. We make latest modelling and simulation technologies available for our customers to enable them to master new concepts cost-effectively for innovative, completive and safety-critical products. COSEDA Technologies is a spin-off, founded in June 2015 from the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Design Automation Division EAS Dresden.

Our technologies have an over 15 year's history and are being used by leading European semiconductor companies, which develop circuits for automotive, communication, power, security critical (e.g. smart cards) and safety-critical applications. The founders of the company are experts, which were involved in the development and standardization (IEEE & Accellera) of the SystemC AMS modelling and simulation technology which is the basis for our main product COSIDE®.

COSIDE® is the first tool which permits the design of electronic hard- & software components in the context of the whole system. It is easy to adapt and enables a cross-domain optimization of the system concept & architecture and thus the design of next generation products. COSIDE® is intuitive to use for experienced soft- and hardware designers, while reducing the effort for modelling and simulation. We provide the reference implementation for the SystemC AMS part of the standard. On top of this standard we developed models, libraries and IP's, which are integrated within our design environment COSIDE®.

ASIC and SOC Design:

  • Behavioural Modelling & Simulation
  • Verification
  • Analogue and Mixed-Signal Design
  • RF Design

System-Level Design:

  • Behavioural Modelling & Analysis
  • Hardware/Software Co-Design


  • Training

Embedded Software Development:

  • Software/Modelling