The Airbus team that has designed the PolarSys B612 font has been awarded the distinction “La Label Observeur du design 2018”. The Observeur du design is awarded for good design practices and innovation and is open to a very broad range of designs including products, physical services space and images.
The RobMoSys EU project, where Eclipse is a partner, has announced its first open call for projects that will contribute to the RobMoSys vision of 'better models, better tools, better robotic systems'. 6-7 selected projects will be funded to a maximum of EUR 300,000. Find out more on the RobMoSys open call page or participate in the Brokerage day in Frankfurt on 24.08.2017.
The PolarSys Rover project will receive contributions based on features developed by the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts in the A4MCAR project. The A4MCAR is a multi-core, radio-controlled car used to demonstrate parallel applications in embedded systems.
by Florent Garin
The EPLMP project, the PLM platform for Eclipse, has uploaded its initial contribution. EPLMP’s mission is to provide solutions to organize, share, search and visualize product information. Florent Garin, the project lead tells us more about EPLMP in this blog post.
The following is provided by Ernesto Posse, leader of the the Papyrus Industry Consortium's Research and Academia committee:
The ACM/IEEE 20th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS 2017), widely regarded as the preeminent conference on Model Driven Engineering, is taking place this year from Sunday, September 17, 2017 through Friday, September 22 in Austin, Texas, U.S.A. and the Papyrus Industry Consortium, as a GOLD sponsor of the event, will have a significant presence there.
The Papyrus Industry Consortium will will be hosting a Birds of a Feather (BOF) at EclipseCon Europe!
Anyone interested in model-based engineering and modeling technologies are invited to join Papyrus IC members in this interactive and informal session.
Thank you to Papyrus IC member EclipseSource's Philip Langer and Maximilian Koegel for organizing this event!