Administered by the Eclipse IoT Working Group and the Eclipse Sparkplug Working Group, the survey provides essential insights into IoT and edge computing industry landscapes, challenges developers face, and the opportunities for enterprise stakeholders in the IoT and edge open source ecosystem.
The Eclipse Foundation Announces Sparkplug as an International Standard for a “Plug and Play” Industrial IoT
This publication is the outcome of a transposition of the specification through the Publicly Available Specification (PAS) transposition process offered by the ISO and IEC Joint Technical Committee (JTC 1) for information technology, a consensus-based, voluntary international standards group.
This release brings major improvements in pedestrian support including a first version of the recently released JuPedSim model developed by our colleagues at Forschungszentrum Jülich.
SDV was a key theme of this year's conference, evident from the number and quality of workshops in the Automotive and Mobility track and SDV Community Day.
During this year's EclipseCon, the Eclipse Foundation staff offered a tutorial on best practices in open-source projects. For people who could not be there or want to learn more, repositories are available for everyone to re-use!
Eclipse PDE with its maven integration tycho and bnd with its derived tools (bndtools, maven and gradle integration). PDE followed a Manifest fist approach, whereas bnd follows the approach to generate the Manifest and any other descriptors used in OSGi.
OpenHW Group will participate at the Summit in Booth P1. Below please find a listing of our booth and RISC-V Summit program sessions.
Explore the intriguing comparison between Eclipse Theia and Code OSS, dive into the official release of Eclipse Sprotty, and discover how Eclipse Sirius Web is spearheading a revolution in graphical modeling.
IoT Evolution World magazine announced today the recipients of their 2023 IoT Edge Computing Excellence Awards. This award recognizes the companies emerging as leaders in the growing edge computing space.
Denis Roy, IT director at the Eclipse Foundation, discussed our organization's history, vision, and passion for open source development with GitLab's Bryan Behrenshausen.
Recorded at live at EclipseCon, this episode of Zetta Radio features conversations about software defined vehicles and the Eclipse Zenoh project.
We’re proud to share that the Eclipse Foundation has completed the security audit for Eclipse Jetty, one of the world’s most widely deployed web server and servlet containers. All users are encouraged to upgrade to versions containing changes addressing all conclusions of the audit: Eclipse Jetty
Numerose case auto, OEM e società IT stanno puntando decisi sulla definizione di strategie che mettono al centro il software nell’automobile. I motivi e i vantaggi sono svariati.
Today global power and technology leader Cummins Inc. announced its collaboration with the Eclipse Foundation, Microsoft, and industry partners to release a new and innovative approach to develop telematics software for commercial vehicles.
EclipseCon is a week away. Join us for community day and more!
OpenLogic by Perforce, In Collaboration With the Eclipse Foundation and Open Source Initiative, Launches the Next State of Open Source Survey
The addition of the Eclipse Foundation, alongside continued collaboration with OSI, helps to ensure more complete representation of open source users across communities.
What’s to come for the security of open source software? ConversingLabs caught up with Eclipse Foundation head of security Mikaël Barbero to answer that question. Watch (or listen) and learn.
Digital transformation has reached the auto industry, driving a shift from hardware-centric to software-driven approaches (German language).
Thanks to the collaborative effort from the open source community, the OSPO Alliance GGI Handbook is today’s most translated document to help organisations building OSPOs.
In October, our next OnRamp meeting will feature Anne-Marie Scott from the board of the Apereo Foundation. She’ll tell us about OSPOs in the Academic World.
It’s open to all with no registration in a safe environment. Just come and grab a seat.