Embedded world 2015
This year, for the first time, the Eclipse Foundation will have an exhibit at embedded world 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany. Partnering with OSADL, the Open Source Automation Development Lab, we will present participating Eclipse members, working groups and research projects.
|09:30- 10:00||logi.cals||Eclipse Foundation||Sierra Wireless|
|10:30- 11:00||Sierra Wireless||Obeo||bitreactive|
|11.30- 12:00||Obeo||Sierra Wireless||Eclipse Foundation|
|14:00- 14:30||itemis- Wolfgang Neuhaus||bitreactive||AMALTHEA4public|
|14:30- 18:00||Open Session||Open Session||Open Session|
You can visit us at booth 4-160 February 24-26, 2015. Here's a preview of some of the technologies you'll see:
The embedded world conference and exhibition is a major and international event focusing on embedded systems in Nürnberg. In 2014 the exhibition and conference had over 15000 attendees from 38 countries, thus making it an integral meeting point for the embedded systems community.
With a selection of themes ranging over systems, software and connections, the event is aimed at developers and development managers, project managers and engineering executives. Participants come from very different sectors, various kinds of industries through machine building and automation to automotive engineering and medical technology. This year, an Engineering Focus will additionally concentrate on the Internet of Things, and a second one on Security & Safety.
Demos at the Eclipse Booth
You can watch demo's by each of the participating companies in the central Eclipse demo area as well as visiting them in their individual booths. Here are just some of the technologies that the partners will be demonstrating:
AMALTHEA4public will demo applications of the tool platform including an automotive example integrating an HVAC unit, tablets, boards and sensors, and a simulation and optimization tool for testing timing structures based on AMALTHEA models.
Reactive Blocks is an Eclipse-based toolset to create IoT applications from building blocks. It is especially good at solving the challenges of concurrency that most IoT applications face. We will demonstrate how to build applications that use Eclipse technologies Kura, CoAP and MQTT. With Reactive Blocks, it is easy to combine these technologies, block by block. We’ll show how to automatically check that applications are free of behavioral errors, and how to automatically generate the difficult code needed to sync all concurrent behavior.
- Block by Block Towards Correct Eclipse IoT Applications, Frank Alexander Kraemer, CTO Bitreactive
Come and learn about the open standards that allow you to connect your embedded devices to the Internet of Things. From really constrained devices (~100K flash / 10K RAM) to powerful gateways, Eclipse IoT provides all the open source protocols and implementations and device management agents for your IoT solution.
- Connect & Manage your embedded devices with CoAP, LwM2M and MQTT, Benjamin Cabé – Eclipse Foundation
- Requirements Traceability with Eclipse RMF and YAKINDU Traceability, Wolfgang Neuhaus
- Modeling and implementing HMI’s with Yakindu Statecharts Human machine interfaces (HMI) are inherently interactive and dynamical. Thus HMI development has to cope with visualization and interaction behavior. Based on a concrete example this presentation shows how different visualization technologies like Html5 and Qt can be combined with state machines to executable HMIs. The tool environment makes intensive use of the Eclipse platform and allows a tight integration with the Eclipse IDE.
- Modeling and implementing HMI’s with Yakindu Statecharts, Axel Terfloth
- Matlab Simulink is an important tool for the model based development of embedded systems. This presentation shows how Yakindu Model Viewer supports visualization and integration of Simulink and Stateflow models standalone and within an Eclipse IDE.
- Visualizing Simulink Models in Eclipse with Yakindu Model Viewer, Axel Terfloth
- Sphinx is an industry strength modeling tool platform based on Eclipse and EMF. It enables users to realize powerful model-driven tool chains supporting arbitrary sets of public or company-internal modeling standards. Artop uses Sphinx and provides a platform for creating embedded automotive software design tools supporting the AUTOSAR standard. Over the past years, Artop and Sphinx have been widely adopted in both commercial design tool products and company-internal custom tool chains. Today, they are a defacto standard for open production-quality design tools in the automotive industry.extended Abstract
- Exiting new features in Sphinx and Artop, Stephan Eberle
- itemis is currently in the process of developing a complete 3-phase smart meter including hardware, embedded software and casing for an industrial customer. A smart meter is an electrical meter that continuously measures and records the consumption of electrical energy, performs various kinds of advanced energy consumption analysis and control functions (e.g., multi-tariff support, fraud detection, creation of load profiles) and can be remotely read off by the utility provider for monitoring and billing purposes.Rather than going down the traditional way in this area and writing all the embedded smart meter software in plain C, itemis has decided to use the very mbeddr. Abstract
- Using mbeddr to develop a 3-phase smart meter, Stephan Eberle
- Software Engineering goes Automation, Wolfgang Zeller
- Integrating MQTT into Automation Applications, Wolfgang Zeller
Does your job consist in devising and designing innovative solutions for creating integrated hardware/software products? If this is the case, you will need an efficient graphical tool to describe your design choices, define an architecture, as well as analyze and validate it. What’s more, you must be able to communicate this work to various contacts: your customers, your partners, but also your development teams. Starting from a very simple case to a full industrial MBSE solution for the design of complex systems, you will discover during this demonstration the power of Eclipse Sirius and how it will "graphically" boost your job!
- Sirius: create your own graphical editors to unleash your MBSE, Etienne Juliot and Christophe Boudjennah
- Open Source perspectives for Model Based System Engineering with PolarSys, Gael Blondelle, PolarSys, Eclipse Foundation
- Papyrus: the modeling tool for the real time Embedded systems, Remi Schenkenberger, PolarSys, CEA LST
Visit our smart city built with Lego bricks, featuring connected cars, charging station, outdoor signage,…and streetlights. We’ll look at how the LED streetlights communicate using the MQTT protocol. And how we can use the AirVantage M2M cloud to manage a massive number of such lighting system remotely – to assure continuous operations and optimized energy consumption.
- Manage Streetlighting system with MQTT and AirVantage M2M Cloud, Crystal Lam, AirVantage - Marketing Manager