OTTAWA, Canada – June 16, 2016 – The Eclipse Internet of Things (IoT) Working Group, hosted at the Eclipse Foundation, is pleased to announce new releases for four open source IoT projects: Eclipse Kura 2.0, Eclipse Paho 1.2, Eclipse SmartHome 0.8 and Eclipse OM2M 1.0. These projects are helping developers to rapidly create new IoT solutions based on open source and open standards.
Eclipse IoT is an open source community that provides the core technologies required by developers to build IoT solutions. The community is composed of over 200 active contributors working on 24 different projects. These projects are made up of over 2 million lines of code and have been downloaded over 500,000 times. The Eclipse IoT Working Group includes 30 member companies that collaborate to provide software building blocks in the form of open source implementations of the standards, services, and frameworks that enable an Open Internet of Things.
Eclipse SmartHome is a framework that allows building smart home solutions that have a strong focus on heterogeneous environments.It is designed to run on embedded devices, such as Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black or Intel Edison.
This new Eclipse SmartHome 0.8 release includes:
Eclipse Paho 1.2 is now available.
Eclipse Kura is a framework for building IoT gateways. The latest release, Kura 2.0, brings many new features and enhancements, including:
Eclipse Kura 2.0 will be available later in June.
Eclipse OM2M is an open source implementation of the oneM2M standard. It provides a set of horizontal IoT services that enable the development of IoT solutions independently of the underlying network.
The OM2M 1.0 implementation of oneM2M provides the following key features:
OM2M implements the following key concepts of the oneM2M specification:
Find out more about Eclipse OM2M. The 1.0 release will be available later this June.
Eclipse Kapua is a new open source project proposal from Eurotech to create a modular integration platform for IoT devices and smart sensors, that aims to bridge Operation Technology with Information Technology. Eclipse Kapua focuses on managing edge IoT nodes including their connectivity, configuration, and application life cycle. It also allows to aggregate real-time data streams from the edge, either archiving them or routing them towards enterprise IT systems and applications. Interested parties should get in touch with the project leadership on the project proposal page.
More information about the Eclipse IoT community is available at iot.eclipse.org.
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