Manufacturing companies invariably already have computing and storage resources but do not use all of them or not to the full extent. In addition, heterogeneous system landscapes, which are found in production environments, are difficult to manage. Often, complex and, in some cases, even manual software deployment is required. Digital transformation and the Industrial Internet of Things are further increasing the number of devices to be managed and the proportion of software in production.
A digital twin is defined, for example, by the Asset Administration Shell as a set of submodels each representing a different aspect of the asset being represented by the digital twin. To enable semantic interoperability the semantics of every aspect needs to be cleary defined.
The Eclipse Semantic Modeling Framework provides exactly the means for defining the semantics of different aspects of information aka submodels provided via digital twins.
Java APIs. JavaFX is a Java library that consists of classes and interfaces that are written in native Java code. The APIs are designed to be a friendly alternative to Java Virtual Machine (Java VM) languages, such as JRuby and Scala.
The Eclipse OpenSmartCLIDE is based on Eclipse Theia, which provides all of the tools necessary for development. Theia consists of a rich interface with a vast range of features that accelerate deployment of cloud services, improve their quality, and expand the skills of novice and experienced developers.
The main features of the Eclipse OpenSmartCLIDE include:
The Eclipse Ambient Light Services showcase vizualizes possible new lighting concepts which are adaptive to different specific driving scenarios, like e.g. coming and leaving but also further options are possible. It was developed as an AUTOSAR SW component in order to be easiliy transferable to other different vehicle platforms based on AUTOSAR classic. It plays light animation scenes for welcoming and leaving scenarios of the driver.
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.
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 Athena project aims to provide the capability to express a digital representation of vehicle state and its capabilities through an extensible and dynamic architecture to access the vehicle hardware, sensors and capabilities.