EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





Model-driven embedded device solution development with Eclipse

ChangWoo Jung (IBM), Yonghoon Um (IBM)

· Demo

Wednesday, 15:30, 50 minutes | Room 207

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Yonghoon Um

Nowadays many applications call for the integration of sensors and actuators to create intelligent composite devices. The effectiveness of managing the life cycle of an embedded device solution can have a direct impact on the total cost of ownership of such devices. In this demo, model-driven solution integration framework for facilitating rapid creation and deployment of embedded device solutions through GUI-based component composition and software reuse will be shown. By leveraging Eclipse related technologies such as GEF, EMF and Equinox, Eclipse technology can play a significant role in the life-cycle of such solutions. A prototype system consisting of an IDE, a runtime, and a repository based on various Eclipse related technologies will be introduced and demonstrated. A RFID solution use case will be used as example to show how it can simplify the creation, deployment, and management of solutions.

ChangWoo Jung is a staff Research and Development (R&D) engineer at the IBM Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory located in Seoul, Korea. His current work focuses on sensor and actuator solution framework development with cutting-edge technologies such as Eclipse, OSGi, and embedded Java technologies. He has lots of experience on IBM pervasive computing products and prior to moving to sensor and actuation research, he has worked for several telematics projects.

Yonghoon Um is a R&D enginner of IBM Ubiquitous Computing Laboratory's RFID/S&A Solution Team, which focuses on providing software solutions for emerging technologies related to RFID using Eclipse, OSGi, and embedded Java technologies.

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