The automotive and mobility ecosystem is facing major challenges in modernizing and streamlining in-vehicle software development as well as in software life cycle management. The Eclipse Ibeji project provides the capability to express a digital representation of vehicle state and its capabilities through an extensible and dynamic architecture to model and access the vehicle hardware, sensors and capabilities. The models for in-vehicle digital twin are defined using Digital Twins Definition Language (DTDL), a programming-language independent based on JSON-LD. This capability when combined with modern application programming models like the proposed by Eclipse Chariott project can bootstrap, simplify and enhance automotive OEM software developers towards programming next-gen software-defined in-vehicle applications.
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