Models Conference 2019, Munich – Tutorial and Workshop
September 15 - September 20
September 17th: Tutorial
Model-Driven Software Engineering in Robotics: Models, Tools, Systems, Solutions, Challenges
Organizers: Christian Schlegel and Herman Bruyninckx
Duration: 0.5 Days on Tuesday, September 17th
The EU H2020 RobMoSys Project (http://robmosys.eu) aims to coordinate the whole robotics community’s best and consorted effort to realize a step change towards a European ecosystem for open and industry-grade model-driven software development for robotics.
RobMoSys already established a first round of modeling structures and according open source Eclipse-based model-driven tooling for robotics. These form the baseline for the RobMoSys real world application pilots. Both, the modeling foundations as well as the tooling baselines, are extended in a community effort supported by cascade funding. The second open call is underway.
A major goal of this tutorial is to give the model-driven approaches of RobMoSys exposition in the “generic” MDE community. The aim is to foster a closer interaction between the MODELS community and the robotics model-driven software engineering community.
For this, the tutorial provides insights into the current state-of-the-art of model-driven software engineering for robotics and according tools as driven by the robotics domain and consolidated via RobMoSys. It is also about explicating the special needs of robotics and discussing these with the MDE community.
Basically, this should attract more researchers towards challenging robotics problems. It should also allow practitioners to better understand what kind of model-driven tools are already now mature enough to be used for software engineering in robotics.
Download a description of the tutorial
September 16th: Workshop at MORSE 2019
On September 16th, Huascar Espinoza from CEA, Coordinator of the RobMoSys project, will be speaking at the 6th International Workshop on Model-driven Robot Software Engineering (MORSE2019), which is co-located with the MODELS Conference.
MORSE provides a forum for in-depth discussions on Software Engineering and Robotics aiming to introduce model-driven development methodologies and techniques for the development of robot software.