The Open Measured Data Management Working Group leads the implementation of a vendor-neutral Open Source Software platform for the management of measured data. In compliance with the ASAM ODS standard, this platform enables an ecosystem that includes both automotive companies building inhouse applications and application vendors building commercial and open source solutions, tools and systems. Members of the working group include automotive OEMs as well as service providers and application vendors. The openMDM working group is coordinating the Eclipse mdmbl project, published under the business friendly Eclipse Public License 2.0 (EPL-2.0).
In summary, it implements an industry standard
platform for tools and products for ODS compliant
products and tool chains.
The platform is currently in use at the openMDM members Audi, BMW and Daimler, while Siemens and Müller-BBM are providing
products including the open platform.
- 1 Welcome to OpenMDM
- 1.1 Steering Committee (2019/2020)
- 1.2 Architecture Committee (2019/2020)
- 1.3 Quality Committee
- 1.4 Current Members
- 1.5 Founding Members
- 1.6 Organization and Contact
- 1.7 Events
- 1.8 Documents
- 1.9 Related Eclipse Projects
- 1.10 Resources
- 1.11 External Links
Welcome to OpenMDM
Steering Committee (2019/2020)
Speaker of the Steering Committee: N.N.
Ulrich Wierl, AUDI AG on behalf of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Ulrich Bleicher, BMW Group
Matthias Ebeling, Daimler AG
Josef Hobelsberger, Müller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme GmbH
Gert Sablon, Siemens AG
Kartiki Deshpande, Tata Motors Ltd., representative of strategic users
Hans-Dirk Walther, Karakun, elected representative of service providers
Dr. Ralf Nörenberg, HighQSoft GmbH, representative of application vendors
For details about the committee including meeting minutes, see Steering Committee.
Architecture Committee (2019/2020)
Chairman of the Architecture Committee: Stefan Ebeling, BMW Group
Stefan Wartini, Müller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme GmbH
Matthias Ebeling, Daimler AG
Jan Blockx, SIEMENS AG
Stefan Ebeling, BMW Group
NN AUDI AG on behalf of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Angelika Wittek MDM|BL project lead
For details about the committee, see Open-Measured-Data-Management-WG/Architecture_Committee
Speaker of the Quality Committee: NN
Activities and tasks of the Quality Committee have been transferred to the Architecture Committee. The Quality Committee may be reinstated at some point in the future.
For details about the committee, see Open-Measured-Data-Management-WG/Quality_Committee
|ASAM e.V.||Guest Member|
|Atos (science+computing)||Service Provider|
|AUDI AG on behalf of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.||Driver Member|
|BMW Group||Driver Member|
|Daimler AG||Driver Member|
|HighQSoft GmbH||Application Vendor|
|Karakun AG||Service Provider|
|Mueller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme GmbH||Driver Member|
|Peak Solution GmbH||Service Provider|
|Siemens AG||Driver Member|
|Tata Motors Ltd.||User Member|
The charter has been approved by the executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, Mike Milinkovich, on July 11th, 2014. The Working Group has been created.
AUDI AG, on behalf of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc., Driver Member
BMW Group, Driver Member
Daimler AG, Driver Member
Canoo Engineering AG, Service Provider
Gigatronik, Service Provider
HighQSoft GmbH, Application Vendor
Peak Solution GmbH, Service Provider
science + computing ag, Service Provider
Organization and Contact
For more information, contact or subscribe to the public WG mailing list.
Detailed technical topics should be discussed in the developer mailing lists of the corresponding projects.
openMDM meets OpenADx: online event. June 17, 2020, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM CEST
We want to find out the collaboration potential between openMDM and OpenADx.
Press releases about the founding of the openMDM Working Group:
Past News and Articles & Conferences
This content has been moved to openmdm.org
Related Eclipse Projects
NEW - Try the openMDM Application Demo online
The Eclipse mdmbl project implements a server platform that through its scalable backend architecture can serve many ODS compliant servers in parallel for data ingest, data exploration, test management, user and access management and more. It exposes a RESTful interface for clients, hiding much of the complexity of the ASAM ODS interface specification. Security mechanisms at the data and functional level protect the stored information against unauthorized access.
The following commercial ODS servers have been tested for use with the platform:
- Peak ODS Server from Peak Solution GmbH
- Avalon from HighQSoft GmbH
Through its open adapter interface, proprietary non-ODS compliant storage systems can be connected, for example, PAK Cloud from Müller-BBM.
With major versions V5.0 released in Q4/2018, V5.1 released in Q1/2020, the team is working towards V5.2 to be released Q1/2021.
For more information, contact or subscribe to the public dev mailing list.