Eclipse SommR provides an automotive grade implementation of the SomeIP specification for embedded Linux systems together with the required tools to support developers.
Eclipse SommR fosters interoperability between ECUs (Electronic Control Units) and help engineers to focus on application development in less time. In contrast to existing solutions, Eclipse SommR is language agnostic. Initially, we plan to support Rust and Java for the applications using Eclipse SommR. The project will support additional language implementations in the future, given these make sense in the embedded automotive world.
The core of Eclipse SommR contains a daemon, which is implemented in RUST. The daemon provides the core functionalities required for SOME/IP.
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