Research at Eclipse
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Research @ Eclipse
Since 2013, the Eclipse Foundation is involved in European Research Projects. Our 3 main actions on these projects are:
- Sustainability: We help the research projects in setting up their project in a way it will survive the 3 years of the duration of the funded project. It consists mainly of going through the Eclipse Development Process.
- Community Building: For this first reason, we help the projects in identifying their first key committers and in starting building a community around their project.
- Dissemination: Because of our position and our participation in more than 50 events per year, we use our communication channels to spread the word and disseminate the project assets
- OSS Best Practices: Even if these projects already made the first step to open source their code, we realize that we need to help them going through the full adoption process: from sharing the code to building a business model from it.
|Year||Research Project||Eclipse Project||Status||Domain|
|2014||Amalthea4Public||Eclipse APP4MC||Done||Embedded + Modelling|
|2016||AGILE||Eclipse AGAIL||Midterm||IoT + Gateway|
|2016||AMASS||Eclipse OpenCert||Midterm||Safety + Modelling|
|2016||BASYS||Eclipse ??||Started||Industry 4.0 + Modelling|
|2017||CROSSMINER||Eclipse ??||Eclipse Proposal||Knowledge Mining|
|2017||APPSTACLE||Eclipse ??||Eclipse Proposal||IoT + Smart Mobility|
|2017||RobMoSys||Eclipse ??||Started||Robotics + Modelling|
|2017||GEMOC||Eclipse GEMOC Studio||Research Consortium||Modelling Languages|
Research @ Eclipse log
- Oct. 23, 2017: EclipseCon Europe Unconference