The Eclipse Digital Cockpit provides an Edge Runtime focused on industrial automation. It stands somewhere between a simple Edge Runtime, an "Android for the machine" and a lightweight "Application Server" where services and Apps can be deployed to.
Besides the Edge Runtime there are multiple backends like an App Store (under development) or a Telemetry Backend which takes telemetry values that Apps or Services from the Cockpit send out.
Eclipse JustJ provides fully-functional Java runtimes that can be redistributed by Eclipse Projects. The form in which these are made available is intended to make these easily consumable. As such, the Java runtimes will be available via p2 repositories as well as via direct packaged downloads. The links for these will evolve over time.
The Eclipse Phizog project goal is to provide the reference implementation based on the Object Management Oriented Data Distribution Service (OMG DDS) for the FACE-TSS. The DDS infrastructure of choice will be Eclipse Cyclone DDS as a consequence the project will provide a full solution for companies looking for a FACE-TSS conformant implementation that is completely open and developed under the clear governance of an Open Source Ecosytem such as Eclipse.
Eclipse zenoh provides is a stack designed to (1) minimize network overhead, (2) support extremely constrained devices, (3) supports devices with low duty-cycle by allowing the negotiation of data exchange modes and schedules, (4) provide a rich set of abstraction for distributing, querying and storing data along the entire system, and (5) provide extremely low latency and high throughput.
High-tech companies increasingly adopt the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) paradigm. The use of (formal) models for controller design allows validation and verification of controllers long before they are implemented and integrated into the system. Early validation and verification have been shown to lead to less defects and reduced costs.