Embedding Eclipse

Brett Hackleman (Band XI International )

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Thursday, 13:30, 40 minutes | Seminarräume 2-4

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In this presentation we will discuss how we are using Eclipse technologies to build and deploy mission-critical embedded systems for the US Army and a large construction and mining equipment manufacturer. Specifically, we will discuss our experiences building "soft" real-time Equinox applications provisioned using p2 and the Eclipse Communications Framework. We will also demonstrate how we are using DeviceKit (a subproject of the Eclipse Open Healthcare Framework) to communicate with sensors and actuators on a J1939/CAN bus.

Brett Hackleman is a Partner & Founder of Band XI International. In his past life he was a member of the Embedded Java Enablement Team (eJET) in IBM's Pervasive Computing Group, where he worked for 6 years in the Telematics and RFID domains. Before that, Brett was happily employed by Object Technology International, Inc. He holds a BS in Computer Engineering (NC State University) and works to support his flying and snowboarding addictions.

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