Eclipse SDV Members Valeo, Eteration and ETAS Step Up Their Commitment

Thursday, December 7, 2023 - 12:37 by Craig Frayne

The Eclipse Foundation is delighted to announce that members of the SDV Working Group will upgrade their involvement from Supporting Member to Participant. These members, Valeo, Eteration, and ETAS exemplify the diverse range of contributors in the working group, spanning from large global suppliers to smaller niche software players.

  • Valeo, a French-based automotive supplier operating in 33 countries worldwide, has strengthened its commitment to the Eclipse SDV Working Group following strategic partnerships made earlier this year. The working group is looking forward to Valeo's engagement with the community leveraging their experience in vehicle middleware and applications development.

  • Eteration, a software and services company based in Istanbul, is a contributing member to Eclipse Muto, a high-performance runtime for ROS software stacks. Eclipse Muto facilitates the deployment of extensible, dynamic, and adaptive behavior to edge devices.

  • ETAS Group, a subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH, designs tools for the development of embedded systems for the automotive industry. ETAS solutions include end-to-end tooling for the software-defined vehicle.

By upgrading their memberships, members are signaling that Eclipse SDV Working Group technologies play a crucial role in their corporate and product strategies. This commitment follows Amazon's recent announcement of joining the Eclipse Foundation, with a specific focus on Software-Defined Vehicles.

Just a year and a half after the launch of the SDV Working Group in March 2022, the community continues to evolve, positioning itself for an exciting and productive 2024.