Members of the STAMP Consortium

The STAMP project gathers ten members including four academic partners with strong software testing expertise, an open source consortium and five software companies in e-Health, Content Management, Smart Cities and Public Administration.


ACTIVEEON is an open source solution provider of parallel computing technologies and services. Its uniform parallel computing interface with distributed workflows and a uniform resource management improves the utilization of resources in diverse industries.

ATOS SPAIN SA is a leader in digital services working with clients in Defence, Financial Services, Health, Manufacturing, Media, Utilities, Public Sector, Retail, Telecommunications and Transportation.  

ENGINEERING Ingegneria Informatica SPA is the largest Software and Information Technology services group in Italy operating in four market divisions Public Administration, Industry & Utilities, Finance, Telecommunications & Media.

KTH Royal Institute of Technology was founded in 1827 in Stockholm and is one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities. The four KTH campuses in Greater Stockholm gather 12,000 full-time students, 2,000 PhD students and 3,700 employees.

INRIA is a French public research body dedicated to computational sciences. Focused on language engineering, software product lines, adaptive software architecture and software diversity, the DiverSE team is acting as STAMP project coordinator and scientific leader.

OW2 is a global open source software community organization. As a non-profit association, its mission is to grow a community of open source code developers and to stress the quality and market usability of its open source code infrastructure software.

STIFTELSEN SINTEF is Scandinavia's largest independent research organisation, a non-profit research foundation including an incubator, and SINTEF ICT department for Networked Systems and Services (NSS) as member of the STAMP Consortium.

TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT is the largest and oldest technical public university in Netherlands. The research group involved in the project is the Software Engineering Group (SERG), which is part of the department of Software Technology.

TELLU AS is a SME software company founded in 2006 as a spin-off from Ericsson. Tellu operates the TelluCloud service, which is a state-of-the-art sensor integration platform with focus on tracking personnel and assets, both indoor and outdoors. 

XWIKI SAS is an open source SME created in 2004 specialized in the development of collaborative solutions for the enterprise. The XWiki open source platform focuses on the development of collaborative applications for editing and sharing information.