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Tue, 2016-01-26 13:01

Moving a Large Swing-Based Geoscience Application to Eclipse

The Halliburton/Landmark DecisionSpace® software platform is used by more than ten thousand geoscientists worldwide. This platform can enable customers to interactively explore large geoscience datasets, create interactive models to find oil and gas, develop these resources safely, and minimize environmental effects.

The codebase for this software consists of more than eight million lines of code and leverages both the Swing and SWT toolkits to deliver a rich user experience. Customers and other vendors extend the software through a plugin API.

Tue, 2016-01-19 11:03

Introduction to Apache Spark for IoT

Apache Spark is a rapidly emerging big data platform which is experiencing broad adoption, including in a number of IoT areas thanks to resilience, scalability and a strong performance provided by a memory-centric programming model. Come learn about Apache Spark (including code examples) and hear about how it fits into IoT flows including how we're helping revolutionize Madrid traffic congestion issues thanks to some advanced analytics.

Thu, 2016-01-14 16:47

OMR: a modern toolkit for building language runtimes

Java runtime technology has benefited from hundreds of person years of development investment over the last 20 years, resulting in a highly capable, high performance and scalable dynamic language with a vibrant developer ecosystem. The recently created Eclipse OMR project aims to expand access to high quality runtime technology for other dynamic languages through an ongoing effort to restructure the core components of the IBM J9 Java Virtual Machine.

Wed, 2016-01-13 05:37

Open Source Internet of Things 101

IoT is the new black, and you sure want to be trendy and cool, and claim that you're doing IoT too! Open source initiatives like Eclipse IoT have your back covered by providing you with the building blocks needed for enabling IoT solutions.

We would like to welcome you to the IoT Summit by giving you an introduction to the key challenges of IoT and an overview of the approach undertaken by Eclipse IoT to develop an ecosystem of open-source technologies that will help you connect and manage your current and future IoT devices.

Tue, 2015-12-22 08:32

From MEMS to Stems, a case study in IoTomatoes

A look at a co-creation effort spurred by Analog Devices Inc. and the MEMS and Sensors Industry Group. In addressing the 4 pillars of earth, MIG hosted an event where one of the speakers "challenged" the MEMS component suppliers, "Why isn't the industry more focused on providing global solutions to help with clean energy, hunger, health, or clean water?". Analog Devices stepped up a as technology integrator and has partnered with several other stalwarts in the industry to create a low cost, easily deployable "Sensor to Cloud" strategy for precision agriculture.

Mon, 2015-12-14 10:08

The State of Docker and Vagrant Tooling in Eclipse

Docker and Vagrant is growing in popularity since they're seen as a way to simplify testing/deployment across platforms. The Eclipse integration for these plugins can be useful separately, but there is also potential to use them in combination.

The Eclipse Docker Tooling has evolved significantly since it's Mars release, gaining more stability, and many new features such as Docker Machine support, TM Terminal integration, run configurations for containers, and a variety of UI improvements. We will be demonstrating these new features in this talk.

Thu, 2015-12-10 12:44

Working without wires: Simulating hardware components for IoT development

IoT software development is often slowed or delayed because the target hardware is unfinished, unstable, or just a few units are available. Existing hardware simulation tools allow developers to test if their code is functionally correct on a specific device. Unfortunately, this type of simulation alone falls short when integrating the code into more complex applications or libraries, or when simulating hardware sensors or components that have custom interfaces.

Wed, 2015-12-09 12:18

Building an open LoRaWAN network

There are four constraints for internet of things to succeed: devices should have connectivity even on a long range, connectivity should be free and secure, devices consume very little power and the form factor is reduced to the size of the battery. LoRa enables this: long range, low power communication over free-to-use frequencies around the world. In this talk, I will introduce the open standard LoRaWAN: the wide area network protocol stack built on top of LoRa, maintained by telecom operators, chipmakers and IoT industry leaders.


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