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A number of conferences that are relevant for issues of the automotive industry working group, where we could attend or speak.
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== Participation ==
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* Open Forum Stuttgart/Esslingen 16./17. Mai :
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** Ignacio Garro invited to speak on Eclipse Auto-IWG
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** Klaus Birken invited to speak on Eclipse-based GENIVI interface language "Franca"
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* Eclipse Con France 2013: Will submit a talk proposal
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== Interesting Conferences for automotive software ==
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* Embedded World Nuremberg. Fair and conference. Conference talks on Eclipse in Automotive (please add any others that you know of):
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** Model-based Automotive Software Development using Autosar, UML, and Domain- Specific Languages
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* Eclipse Con USA: No or little participation by group
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* Baden-Baden Spezial, October: http://www.vdi-wissensforum.de/index.php?id=147&tx_vdiep_pi1[event_nr]=01TA104012
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* http://www.vda-qmc.de/software-prozesse/vda-automotive-sys/ (Interesting for WP4 and WP5)
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* First Tool Qualification Symposium, Munich, 9th-10th April, http://www.validas.de/tqs.html ( interesting for WP5 )

Revision as of 02:23, 17 February 2013

Conferences

A number of conferences that are relevant for issues of the automotive industry working group, where we could attend or speak.

Participation

  • Open Forum Stuttgart/Esslingen 16./17. Mai :
    • Ignacio Garro invited to speak on Eclipse Auto-IWG
    • Klaus Birken invited to speak on Eclipse-based GENIVI interface language "Franca"
  • Eclipse Con France 2013: Will submit a talk proposal

Interesting Conferences for automotive software

  • Embedded World Nuremberg. Fair and conference. Conference talks on Eclipse in Automotive (please add any others that you know of):
    • Model-based Automotive Software Development using Autosar, UML, and Domain- Specific Languages