The Eclipse Foundation is delighted to announce that members of the SDV Working Group will upgrade their involvement from Supporting Member to Participant.
Our VP of ecosystem development Michael Plagge discusses the new Eclipse Dataspace Working Group and the role of open source in building a new reality for data sharing.
The Eclipse Foundation Launches the Eclipse Dataspace Working Group to Foster Global Innovation in Trusted Data Sharing
This new global industry collaboration is focused on leveraging open source technologies to build a new model for seamless data exchange.
Find out how you can start collaborating with industry peers at the Eclipse Foundation in this blog from Sharon Corbett, our industry collaborations program director.
This week, Accenture was hosting the Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle hackathon at its Munich office. 15 teams worked on new business and tech solutions, based on the foundations of the SDV working group.
Our Three Recommendations to the US Government's Interest in Securing and Sustaining Open Source Software
As a global concern, the Eclipse Foundation has a stake in improving security wherever its projects and people contribute to the software ecosystem. Review our recommendations to the US government's interest in securing and sustaining open source software.
Get introduced to two dynamic Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle projects, Eclipse Ankaios and Eclipse BlueChi, in our latest newsletter.
We’re excited to announce that the Eclipse Foundation has successfully conducted a security audit for Eclipse Mosquitto, marking our fourth project audit this year.
Amazon’s membership demonstrates its commitment to the automotive and transportation industries, including how open source software and standards can help support these sectors.
With a great turnout and enthusiasm, the Eclipse SDV Hackathon began today, November 28, at Accenture in Munich. The event includes over 30 hours of coding, with 75 participants divided into 20+ teams of 3-5 people each.
The diverse landscape of devices and protocols often results in fragmented systems that are challenging to manage and scale. Open standards emerge as a beacon of hope.
Eclipse Foundation executive director Mike Milinkovich explores why Eclipse ThreadX is exactly what the embedded real-time software market needs, and shares what’s next for the project in his new blog.
With Eclipse Foundation as the new home, Azure RTOS becomes Eclipse ThreadX – a comprehensive embedded development suite including a small but powerful real-time operating system that provides reliable, ultra-fast performance for resource-constrained devices.
The conference focuses on presenting new and unique results in the field of mobility simulation and modelling using openly available tools and data. We expect a large variety of research topics and usage approaches. If you are working on a research project fitting the topics below, you are kindly invited to submit an abstract.
Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) was featured at the SFCON 2023 conference in Bolzano, Italy from November 10-11. Eclipse SDV Program Manager Sara Gallian delivered a talk as part of the Main Track.
Throughout the week we engaged in exciting demos, numerous insightful talks and hosted the Oniro Birds of a Feather event, which provided an opportunity for Working Group members to connect with and share the journey and aspirations with other members of our supportive community.
Having originated as a simulation platform, we have evolved into a modular ecosystem. This significant transformation is now available with the introduction of version 1.0.0.
#Sparkplug 3.0 has been published as an International Standard, (ISO/IEC 20237) but what does that mean for the project, developers, and the Eclipse community? Frédéric Desbiens explains in his new blog post.
If you are unsure about which collaboration model is right for you and your organisation, here are three key questions you should consider to help determine your next steps.
The ninth edition of our survey report is a window into the ever-evolving IoT and edge computing landscape, where open source technologies are playing a pivotal role in solving real-world challenges across diverse industries.