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Keynote at Models 2014

In his keynote, "Future of MBE in industry - Open source is the only solution!" at Models 2014, Francis Bordeleau from Ericsson presented his vision about how Ericsson leverages PolarSys to create an industrial community around Papyrus.

Papyrus 1.0.0 Released

The Eclipse Papyrus 1.0.0 release is now available! For a short listing of the new features available in this release, check the release plan. You can easily install Papyrus from Luna packages or use the Papyrus Downloads page.

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Eclipse newsletter about PolarSys

The April newsletter from Eclipse was about PolarSys. Read more about the PolarSys technologies, Papyrus and ReqCycle in this newsletter.

 

PolarSys meeting and brainstorming session at EC France Unconference

On June 17th, the PolarSys community will meet during the Unconference before EclipseCon France.

The program of the day includes:

  • A short PolarSys meeting for members
  • A session about progress in Requirements engineering, including Software qualification
  • Tutorials from the Papyrus team
  • Session about how to use OSLC to integrate tools together

PolarSys at SMART RAIL

The ITEA project openETCS and PolarSys will do a common presentation within the INNOVATION: A WHOLE SYSTEMS APPROACH session at SMART RAIL in Amsterdam on Monday 24th of February. This presentation is entitled Case study: Learning from other industries: Innovation in the aerospace sector ; openETCS learns from the aerospace sector and joins PolarSys, an Eclipse Industrial Working Group.

Embedded Systems rock at EclipseCon 2014

Read this blog post about the CDT Summit and the PolarSys day at EclipseCon 2014.

New Blog Post

We just published a new blog post about the Amazing week PolarSys recently had in Sweden.

PolarSys talks at the next ITEA Co-Summit

PolarSys speaker's corner at the next Artemis/ITEA Co-Summit. Register before November 29th.

The topic of this session is "How to leverage Open Source ecosystems like PolarSys to disseminate Open Source results produced during Artemis/ITEA projects".