Technologies for Developing Critical and Embedded Systems

Mon, 2015-05-25 13:36

By Alain Bernard and Ignacio Garro

Alain Bernard

Once again, EclipseCon France will promote the development of critical and embedded systems around a dedicated track. It will be an excellent opportunity to discover technologies in this area, to meet developers and to discover what the Eclipse ecosystem can offer for the development of your critical systems. You will have the opportunity to meet members of PolarSys, as well as other industry working groups.

Ignacio Garro

In the first session of the conference, a workshop will give you the opportunity to discover in practice Capella, the systems engineering workbench of Thales, one of the gold sponsors of the conference. In the afternoon, you will learn how to ensure Long-Term Support for your eclipse based tooling.

During the second day of the conference, we invite you to discover how to efficiently regenerate code from your models using incremental regeneration, and therefore decrease your coffee consumption! Finally you may also be impressed by seeing how to generate your system architecture model in less than 30 minutes, thanks to the Capella time-lapse.

In additional to the classical talks, the two sessions of Ignite Talks can give you an overview of brand new and interesting subjects. For example, you will discover the Eclipse Safety Framework dedicated to safety analyses of critical systems or you can see what's new in OSLC.

And, don't forget that EclipseCon is also a great opportunity to meet interesting people and to share your interests with them!

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About the authors

Alain Bernard is a Flight Physics Capability developer at Airbus and an active contributor to  Ignacio Garro leads the group responsible for Systems and Software Engineering tools at Continental. We are delighted and honored to have them serving on our Program Committee.