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SDV Hackathon Kicks Off

Tuesday, November 28, 2023 - 11:43 by Craig Frayne

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.

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Microsoft Contributes Azure RTOS to Open Source

Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - 11:16 by Jacob Harris

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.

SUMO User Conference 2024: Call for Papers

Tuesday, November 21, 2023 - 09:19 by Angelo Banse

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. 

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Eclipse SDV featured at SFCON in Italy

Monday, November 20, 2023 - 11:13 by Craig Frayne

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.

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The Oniro Project: Highlights from EclipseCon 2023

Friday, November 17, 2023 - 13:42 by Jacob Harris

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.

openPASS v1.0.0 Is Now Available!

Friday, November 10, 2023 - 11:09 by Tuan Duong Quang

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: From Specification to Standard

Wednesday, November 8, 2023 - 14:40 by Jacob Harris

#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.

OpenHW Group Announces CORE-V CVA6 Platform Project for RISC-V Software Development & Testing

Tuesday, November 7, 2023 - 11:41 by Olivier Goulet

Today, at the RISC-V Summit, the OpenHW Group announced the multi-member CORE-V CVA6 Platform project. The platform is an open-source FPGA-based software development and testing environment for RISC-V processors designed to provide a vendor-neutral environment for RISC-V software CI and testing that keeps pace with RISC-V standards.

Eclipse SUMO 1.19.0 Is Now Available!

Tuesday, November 7, 2023 - 04:05 by Angelo Banse

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.

EclipseCon demonstrates evolving SDV ecosystem

Monday, November 6, 2023 - 15:13 by Craig Frayne

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.

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Learning about security: by example

Thursday, November 2, 2023 - 15:20 by Jacob Harris

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!

bnd and PDE Cooperation

Wednesday, November 1, 2023 - 13:05 by Jürgen Albert

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.