Eclipse WG allow for individuals and organizations to collaborate under a vendor neutral governance model.
Eclipse Foundation implements the best IP Management required for open source development.
Eclipse WG use the proven Eclipse Development process that facilitates open development across distributed teams.
Eclipse Foundation hosts an open source development forge that is essential to any open collaboration.
Eclipse Foundation staff are available to help build a community for the collaboration through events, online webinars, and other community programs.
Eclipse Foundation participating in many government funded industry research projects.
EE.next is the proposed Eclipse Foundation’s working group focusing on cultivating the business interests related to the EE4J-related technologies. In particular, the EE.next working group will manage the specifications process related to EE4J. Members are invited to comment on the draft EE.next charter and participate in forming this working group. See the FAQ for more details.
The Capella Industry Consortium, part of the PolarSys Working Group, is dedicated to developing the ecosystem around the Capella project with vendor-neutral and open governance. Capella is an open MBSE solution which offers methodological guidance, intuitive model editing, and viewing capabilities for Systems, Software and Hardware Architects.
The GEMOC Research Consortium support the corresponding international initiative to develop, coordinate, and disseminate Research & Transfer efforts on the use and globalization of modeling languages. The initiative develops techniques, frameworks, and environments to facilitate the creation, integration, and automated processing of heterogeneous modeling languages.
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