RobMoSys at the MODELS Conference in Copenhagen

The MODELS Conference (15.-19.October 2018, Copenhagen) covers all aspects of modeling – from languages and methods, to tools and applications. It is THE place to exchange cutting-edge research results and innovative practical experiences around modeling and model-driven software and systems. This year the RobMoSys consortium offered a half-day tutorial which was received with great interest…

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Our Wiki is being updated constantly – follow the changelog

Did you know that the changelog lists recent changes to keep track as the RobMoSys consortium continuously publishes its results: The wiki was extended to describe examples of composition using the RobMoSys methodology: Management of cause-effect chains in component composition (one example of dealing with non-functional properties): https://robmosys.eu/wiki/composition:cause-effect-chain:start Coordinating Activities and Life Cycle of Software…

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Robotics community meets in Leuven for a RobMoSys Community Workshop

Almost 40 representatives of the robotics and software engineering community, beneficiaries of the first set of Integrated Technical Projects (ITPs) and the RobMoSys core consortium met in Leuven on September 12, 2018 to be updated on recent progress made in RobMoSys. A structured dialogue and discussion with the audience about the challenges from the point…

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RobMoSys at automatica 2018

If you are planning to visit automatica – the leading exhibition for Smart Automation and Robotics – in Munich from June 19-22nd, don’t miss these two RobMoSys talks:    IT2Industry Forum Thursday, June 21, 2018, 12:00 – 12:20 Blueprints for business friendly open source ecosystems in the industry Speaker: Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation Automatica Forum…

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Getting started with Papyrus4Robotics

We are happy to announce the release of another model-based tool environment for robotics, compliant to the RobMoSys structures: Papyrus4Robotics developed by CEA and based on Eclipse. Take a look at the RobMoSys wiki page which contains a Get Started Guidance. The tool RCP includes an example to look at the basic modelling features supported…

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The SmartMDSD Toolchain – now compliant to the RobMoSys approach

The SmartMDSD Toolchain is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for robotics software to support system composition according to the RobMoSys approach. It provides support and guidance for domain experts, component suppliers and system builders to apply the RobMoSys approach in order to profit from its benefits. Read more about the organization of the RobMoSys ecosystem…

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