Industry Collaborations


The mission of the Eclipse Adoptium Working Group is to produce high-quality runtimes and associated technology for use within the Java ecosystem.


The AsciiDoc Working Group drives the standardization, adoption, and evolution of AsciiDoc. This group encourages and shapes the open, collaborative development of the AsciiDoc language and its processors in order to provide a lexicon for authoring technical content and a common interface for AsciiDoc-compatible applications and services.

Cloud Development Tools

The Eclipse Cloud Development (ECD) Tools Working Group will drive the evolution and broad adoption of de facto standards for cloud development tools, including language support, extensions, and developer workspace definition. In addition, the group will explore the impacts and optimizations for running developer tools in a cloud environment, including scale out / scale-to-zero execution of compute-intensive tasks like CI and testing.

The Eclipse Dataspace Working Group will encourage, develop, and promote open-source solutions that will enable the development, as well as the participation in dataspaces for organizations of all types and sizes. It does not favor a specific industry or type of organization and is fully dedicated to enable global adoption of dataspace technologies to foster the creation and operation of trusted data sharing ecosystems. The working group will have a strong focus on participating in standards development, implementation and onboarding of existing open-source projects and providing guidance to associated projects on alignment of supporting a broad ecosystem of interoperable dataspaces.

Eclipse IDE

A new community-driven initiative to advance and sustain the Eclipse IDE suite of products and ecosystem

Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle

The Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) Working Group provides a forum for individuals and organizations to build and promote open source software, specifications, and open collaboration models needed to create a scalable, modular, extensible, industry-ready open source licensed vehicle software platform to support in-vehicle and around the vehicle applications development and deployment.

Internet of Things (IoT)

The Eclipse IoT Working Group is a collaboration of industry and academic partners who are building a set of open source technology that will be the foundation for the Internet of Things (IoT). The focus of the collaboration is on building 1) open source implementations of IoT standards and protocols, 2) open source frameworks and services that will be used by IoT solutions, and 3) tools for IoT developers. This wiki page tracks the activities of the working group.

The web site is intended to be the source of information for people who want to use the Eclipse IoT technology.

Jakarta EE

Jakarta EE is the New Home of Cloud Native Java


The MicroProfile Working Group drives the evolution and broad adoption of technologies related to the MicroProfile Project. MicroProfile is an open forum that optimizes Enterprise Java for a microservice architecture by innovating across multiple implementations and collaborating on common areas of interest with a goal of standardization.


The Distributed Operating System That Connects Consumer Devices Big and Small

Open VSX

The Open VSX Working Group aims to ensure the continued sustainability, integrity, evolution and adoption of the Open VSX Registry. In particular, it is formed to provide governance, guidance, and funding for the communities that support the implementation, deployment, maintenance and adoption of the Eclipse Foundation's Open VSX Registry at

OpenHW Asia

This working group is a joint initiative of the Eclipse Foundation AISBL and its partner the OpenHW Group.

OpenHW Europe

OpenHW Europe Working Group


The Open Measurement Data Management Working Group wants to foster and support an open and innovative eco-system providing tools and systems, qualification kits and adapters for standardized and vendor independent management of measurement data in accordance with the ASAM ODS standard.


Mobility modelling and traffic simulation technologies are important tools for testing autonomous driving functions, developing new mobility solutions and for creating digital twins of urban areas. This working group shapes and fosters the development of required software tools and frameworks based on validated mobility models in order to provide a common platform for industrial applications and academic research.


The openPASS Working Group promotes a collaborative and innovative ecosystem by offering tools, systems, and adapters for a standardized, openly-available and vendor-neutral platform for traffic scenario simulation. Together with members like BMW, Daimler, and Volkswagen Group of America, openPASS develops core frameworks and modules for the safety assessment of driving assistance and automated driving systems.


The OSGi Working Group drives the evolution and broad adoption of software technologies derived from or related to the OSGi Specification Project which is an open source initiative to create software specifications, compatible implementations and TCKs to enable development, deployment and management of embedded, server-side, and cloud-native applications by using software modularity to vastly improve the evolution, maintainability, and interoperability of applications and infrastructure.


The Eclipse Sparkplug Working Group seeks to drive the evolution and broad adoption of the Eclipse Sparkplug protocol and related technologies that enable the creation of open, collaborative, and interoperable Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions. Eclipse Sparkplug promotes the definition of technical specifications and associated implementations that rationalize access to industrial data, improve the interoperability and scalability of IIoT solutions, and provide an overall framework for supporting Industry 4.0.