Learn about Francesco Ferro's path to becoming CEO of PAL Robotics and the team accomplishments. Gain insights into current and trending developments in the field:
Every time we launch a new robot, it’s a special moment for the team. Seeing all the hard work, sweat and tears that go into creating something from scratch come to fruition is a great feeling. The first time we saw our first robot, REEM-A, walk was incredibly special. Since then we’ve gone on to build and launch eight other robots, but a personal highlight was when we presented REEM-B on Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi in 2008.The royal family, presidents and CEOs of some major middle Eastern companies were in attendance, and the event was covered by global media outlets, including the BBC and CNBC.
by Dr. Philip Wenig
Philip Wenig gives us a deeper look at the technologies behind his talk, Charts to the Eclipse people - The making-of.
What is more comprehensible: a table with tons of values or a chart? The answer depends on the point of view. The computer better "understands" the table. But we humans are very good when it comes to image recognition. Personally, I prefer the image too. Next question: Is a lightweight charting library available in the Eclipse ecosystem? Sure, solutions exist like Eclipse BIRT or the Eclipse Nebula visualization widgets. But I missed a library which can be easily used and extended.
by Aurelien Pupier
Apache Camel framework is one of the most used Integration framework in middleware field. What about reusing it in your IoT infrastructure? During the talk, I will explain the benefits of Apache Camel and how to leverage them in your IoT infrastructure, from gateways in Eclipse Kura to cloud in Eclipse Kapua...
The Obeo team is always excited to meet the Eclipse community, from project leaders to users, at EclipseCon France. Held every year at the same time as the annual Eclipse release, the conference is the best moment to unveil the latest major versions of our Open Source projects including Eclipse Sirius, and for us to collect your very early feedback.
This edition will be special with Capella Day, a one day event dedicated to Capella that will be held the day before the conference...
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- Learn from the experts
- Tell your technology story
- Build your community
- Make progress on ideas that count for your project
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Register by May 12th for the early rates!
Join the community on June 20th for a full day dedicated to Capella, the open source model-based engineering solution. You'll have the opportunity to meet the actors of the project ecosystem: creators of the solution, providers of Capella add-ons and services, industrial users (Thales, Airbus Safran Launchers, Continental) and MBSE experts. Benefit from their concrete feedback and discover the latest plugins and extensions that will unleash the potential of Capella, from documents generation to collaborative work with your team. Register now!
by Robert Hilbrich
SUMO (Simulation of Urban Mobility) is a microscopic traffic simulator. In this talk, SUMO and its capabilities for the realistic simulation of cars, buses, bikes, pedestrians, trains and even ships in cities, such as Berlin, are presented in an overview. A short and hands-on tutorial for the live creation of a simulation scenario is provided.
EclipseCon has always been a great opportunity to let people know what we are doing, to meet interesting people and to share knowledge. As a driver of Xtext we are very proud to have the Xtext Summit colocated with EclipseCon this year. We hope that the XtextSummit will become as popular as the XtextCon has been some years before. We are proud to sponsor EclipseCon and to help make it a great event. Look out for our booth and chat with us. We’ll bring a small and smart friend that will make you smile. ;-).
by Sascha Wolter
Software solutions and everyday objects are becoming increasingly "smarter", take over more "responsibility" and know more and more about us and our intentions. But what does that mean for developers, and what impact does this have on the user? How do we convey the understanding and competence for this Internet of Things?