The APPSTACLE project members and Eclipse Kuksa developers met in mid September 2019 to work on common challenges, release planning, documentation, and specifically technologies around the Eclipse Kuksa Appstore. Many issues could be resolved and the path to Eclipse Kuksa 0.1.0 looks promising!
On regular basis, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Germany) organizes a one week summer school for students with various streams to choose from. As part of the automotive stream, Eclipse Kuksa technologies have been presented and students could get their hands on the Eclipse Kuksa OBD dongle used in a real car scenario applications installed via the Appstore the Eclipse Kuksa Rover running AGL or Raspbian with the Eclipse Kuksa in-vehicle layers the new Eclipse Kuksa IDE for a simplified deployment of applications and cloud services and more…
This video features an approach for connecting the Eclipse SUMO track simulation with the open source connected vehicle ecosystem Eclipse Kuksa. More precisely, Eclipse SUMO is used to simulate traffic scenarios including microscopic properties like the position or emission. The generated data of each vehicle is then be sent to the message gateway of the Kuksa IoT Cloud platform and delegated to an according example service that consumes the data.
The Appstacle Turkish consortium, including Koçsistem, Otokar and Netaş, has created a Remote Driver Authentication demo based on the Eclipse Kuksa platform. Within the project, various companies or groups of companies, have focused on several use cases that support the vision of an ecosystem for purchasing and downloading in-vehicle applications. Otokar, a vehicle manufacturer, is tasked with integrating these scenarios and testing them on real vehicles. Otokar and the rest of the Turkish consortium are focused on the driver and passenger authentication scenarios.
The Turkish consortium composed an article which is published in the monthly public magazine “Otokar Hattı” (“Otokar Production Line” in English). Check it out page 6-7, of the following pdf file: Otokar Hatti. The article is in Turkish Erdem Ergen KoçSistem
Hackathon 2019 The Eclipse Kuksa team met once again for a Hackathon in January 2019 to address Eclipse Kuksa issues and open tasks of our roadmap. We could demo our progress! Appstacle is a running reality now!@BoschSI demoed the Kuksa car appstore pic.twitter.com/2qWCQCbrBv — Appstacle Project (@Appstacle) January 17, 2019 . @kocsystem demoed the Kuksa authentication use case pic.twitter.com/coerDzrzpj — Appstacle Project (@Appstacle) January 17, 2019 . @eTaskit demoed the appstacle hardware pic.
Sebastian Schildt (Robert Bosch GmbH) made a very interesting and well received presentation of the Kuksa project at EclipseCon Europe 2018. Check it out!
EclipseCon France 2018 Eclipse Kuksa and its latest development activities will be presented along with the talk Automotive meets IoT: Innovating your Future Vehicle at EclipseCon Europe 2018 in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Embedded Software Engineering Kongress 2018 In addition to the EclipseCon Europe event, you can join us at the ESE Kongress in Sindelfingen, Germany, on December, 6th. The talk Überwindung der Silos – Revolution für vernetzte Fahrzeuge, that means ‘Overcoming the Silos - Revolution for Connected Vehicles’, will be held at 16:45 o’clock (4:45pm) and will cover both a generic as well as detailed descriptions of the three Eclipse Kuksa platforms (a) In-Vehicle, (b) IDE, and ( c) Cloud.
Hacking 3 Days @ IDiAL, FH-Dortmund, for Eclipse Kuksa Features 13 Hackers met in Dortmund on August, 28th until 30th of August to work on an end-to-end use case scenario along with new Eclipse Kuksa technologies. 20 CQs, 2 major GitHub pull-requests, and 21035 LOCs were the results. Of course, the LOCs also contain content from work prior to the Hackathon. More precisely, the Eclipse Kuksa Appstore was migrated to an Eclipse HawkBit Server, that transmits applications wirelessly to an Eclipse HawkBit client running on a device (Raspberry Pi) that runs the Kuksa adapted AGL (Automotive Grade Linux + Kuksa technologies).