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.
Eclipse Muto provides an adaptive framework and a runtime platform for dynamically composable model-driven ROS software stacks. Eclipse Muto can be used to introspect, monitor and manipulate the actively running ROS graph (the network of ROS nodes).
The Eclipse eCAL (enhanced Communication Abstraction Layer) provides a middleware that enables scalable, high performance interprocess communication on a single computer node or between different nodes in a computer network. Eclipse eCAL uses a publish-subscribe pattern to automatically connect different nodes in the network.
Eclipse eCAL is choosing the best available data transport mechanism for each link:
The Eclipse Chariott project aims to develop a metadata-driven middleware/abstraction layer that allows modern programming models to target in-vehicle functions, providing a common way to access the vehicle hardware and sensors, while enhancing the developer journey.
ADAAA is example application for Adaptive AUTOSAR with the following goals:
* Provide a tutorial with simple examples code base for getting involved with AUTOSAR methodology and each functional cluster
* Address one of the features available and known as a convenience function in modern cars: the Adaptive Cruise Control functionality
* Provide additional examples to illustrate the automotive how to put an AUTOSAR application into an automotive SW devlopment context with its specific processes