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.
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.
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.
Qualcomm joins the Eclipse Foundation SDV Working Group and SOAFEE Special Interest Group, which aim to improve next-gen in-vehicle experiences by developing open-standards-based software infrastructure elements for use of software features throughout a vehicle’s lifetime.
The main purpose of the hackathon is to bring together automotive software enthusiasts that can experiment with the current SDV Tools, Blueprints, build exciting new features and play around with the technology and code and have fun while coding!