Established in 2004, the Eclipse Foundation has become a shining testament to what truly open-source development can achieve. Here are just a few highlights.
Whether it’s the building you live in, your car, your grandmother’s pacemaker, or your toaster, by 2020 it’s predicted that there will be tens of billions of connected objects. While there are solutions already deployed, the real take-off of M2M cannot happen without open source. In this keynote talk from JAX 2013, Benjamin Cabé will explore the challenges of the Internet of Things, and share insights on the open-source technologies developed by the Eclipse M2M initiative. And yes, there will be a demo!
With a flurry of new developments, we talk to those at the heart of the Eclipse M2M movement to discuss what’s new.
With the number of Eclipse M2M projects continuing to grow, here’s an infographic from March’s JAX Magazine showing how they all interlink
Just what the Internet of Things needed – a new Eclipse project dedicated to bringing OSGi capabilitities to M2M.
At the recent Eclipse Demo Camp in Frankfurt, JAX Editor Hartmut Schlosser had the pleasure to talk to Mike Milinkovich on current developments in the Eclipse community, just as Eclipse Kepler arrived.
New project aims to increase security, standardise data formats and messaging protocols.
Is OASIS’s seal of approval exactly what the Internet of Things needs to meet its lofty goals?
Diana Kupfer talks to Benjamin Cabé, Open Source M2M evangelist at Sierra Wireless, about the Internet of Things, the Eclipse M2M projects Koneki and Mihini, and the future of Java in the Embedded market. Recorded at JAX in Mainz.
Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, Benjamin Cabé introduces Koneki – the new Eclipse venture into M2M technology – included in the Juno release train
Just ahead of JavaOne, Oracle make a ploy to entice the only developer area that Java doesn’t cover – light embedded devices. Can it make an impact?
The M2M IWG have made yet another project proposal – this one is set to make embedded application development infinitely easy.
We talk to Eclipse M2M IWG Community Member Andy Piper about the fledging Eclipse project devoted to creating open source protocols for M2M and IoT solutions
Machine-to-machine technology is picking up pace from initial ideas, with Eurotech release Everyware Cloud to handle M2M enterprise data