Embedded world 2016
Visit the Eclipse Foundation exhibit at embedded world 2016, Feb 23-25, 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany. Our co-exhibitors for 2016 will include member companies, research projects and working groups representing the diverse embedded community at Eclipse.
Partnering with OSADL, the Open Source Automation Development Lab, you'll find us at Booth #4-160.
Partners at the Eclipse Booth
You can visit each of the participating companies in their individual booths. Watch this space for information about our partners and the technologies they will be showing.
Sierra Wireless® will demonstrate how mangOH™, the first open source hardware platform meant to ease the prototyping and the productization of IoT applications, can monitor and acquire any sensor data and send it to the cloud, and receive commands from the cloud. This demo will use:
- 8 different sensors (temperature, luminosity, humidity, dust, sound, oxygen, CO2, CO)
mangOH Green board
- WP8 Sierra Wireless module
- Legato(tm) application framework (open source Yocto project)
- AirVantage™ cloud & IoT acceleration platform
In addition, the IoT meetup group Franken will host a hands-on mangOH meetup session altogether with Sierra Wireless experts, on February 24 (7pm). During this event, Sierra Wireless will provide training and deliver the demo source code and instructions to build your own prototype.Register here.
PolarSys Working Group
About embedded world:
The embedded world conference and exhibition is a major and international event focusing on embedded systems in Nürnberg. In 2015 the exhibition and conference had over 25000 attendees from 42 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.