RCP in the energy industry

David Sciamma (Anyware Technologies)

Industry Vertical · Short Talk
Presentation
Wednesday, 17:00, 10 minutes | Room 203/204 | Download in iCal Format

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David Sciamma

Anyware Technologies developed for a company of the energy industry an RCP application to ease and secure tests on nuclear power stations. The solution allows engineers to configure measures from sensors to graphical rendering, to numerize and store data on a server and to visualize and analyze results using rich interactive curves. Several users can use simultaneously the application to change configuration, monitor tests and check alarms. Graphical data are displayed in real-time and additional metadata are added during analysis. Three main parts compose the application :
This presentation will explain how we have built this application, the architecture, the problems we have encountered and how we solved them. We will finish with a demonstration.

I am manager of the Eclipse Development Team at Anyware Technologies. We are deeply involved in open source communities (Eclipse Foundation, Apache Foundation). I am currently architect and project manager for the Topcased project (http://www.topcased.org) and lead the new EMF component : Ecore Tools (http://wiki.eclipse.org/Ecore_Tools). I also spend my time giving Eclipse trainings and consultings on Eclipse, PDE, GEF, EMF, GMF, RCP, eRCP... and other cool Eclipse stuffs.

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