Presentation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mv4m5UT9YE
Trace Compass is a generic framework for building trace analyses and visualization tools. It is extensible for any trace format. Many formats are already supported out-of-the-box, such as the Common Trace Format (CTF) and libpcap. It is straightforward to add support for other formats coming from different applications, including those written in Java.
We propose to bring you in a dimension where time is accelerated. Diagrams that usually take hours to be created will be populated in seconds. A system architectural design which usually takes months to complete will be finalized in minutes. An accelerated journey in the modeling of an in-flight entertainment system will take you through successive engineering phases.
Modelling tools targeting real-time, embedded software intensive systems have traditionally been the purview of large, commercial software vendors, whose tools are often based on decades-old technology. With the explosive growth, over the last decade, of open source software, we feel the time is right to bring out new, open source tooling taking advantage of modern technologies and up-to-date standards.
In this session, we will show you how it is possible to use Polarsys tools for the Vee Cycle of the ROVER project. The ROVER project wants to create an earth drone using all the Polarsys tools. We propose to illustrate the usage of ReqCycle, Papyrus and GenDoc using this example.