Industry Collaborations

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.