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ECE2019 Automotive

Since about 2006, Eclipse technology has been used in automotive engineering, starting with tools for embedded engineering. In the past few years the interest of the industry has grown beyond just the use of existing technology. With the creation of the openMDM, openPASS, openMobility, openGENESIS and OpenADx working groups, the actors have started their own open collaboration groups within the Eclipse Foundation, adding valuable systems and components to the Eclipse technology stack.

To this session we invite all interested to talk and hear about various topics. If you’d like to present, please add your topic, a short description and your name below!

Workshop Topics

OpenADx at a glance -- Andy Riexinger (Bosch)

One challenge the Bosch Autonomous Driving division faces is the toolchain for developing autonomous driving solutions becoming more complex by every level of automation. Well established tools are not well integrated for the use cases and it is easy to detect gaps in the overall toolchain. The Bosch division together with partners from the industry and related domains build up a community to solve the toolchain challenge together in the OpenADx ecosystem. We want to discuss the approach and the current activities and results within the ecosystem.

Eclipse iceoryx -- Michael Poehnl (Bosch)

Learn about our project Eclipse iceoryx

openMobility Working Group -- Joint Collaboration towards proper User Stories / Issues for Eclipse SUMO -- Robert Hilbrich / Michael Behrisch (DLR)

The working group will discuss the current state of the user stories for using Eclipse SUMO. The goal is to clarify open matters and derive a list of issues with priorities and effort estimations for the issue tracker of the Eclipse SUMO project.

Eclipse MUSTANG -- Robert Protzmann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)

Introduction of our background and plans with the project Eclipse MUSTANG

Safety and Open Source Software in automotive -- Andy Riexinger (Bosch)

details will follow

Collaboration within the Automotive Working Groups -- Andy Riexinger (Bosch)

details will follow

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