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Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle: Building the Future of Automotive

Tuesday, March 8, 2022 - 08:56 by Mike Milinkovich
Today the Eclipse Foundation is announcing a new working group dedicated to developing a new and innovative software platform for the world’s automotive industry. The Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) initiative has the support of leading companies across the automotive, IT, cloud, and services industries, all of which are necessary...
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Welcome to the Eclipse Foundation AISBL

Thursday, January 14, 2021 - 01:00 by Mike Milinkovich
Today, we’re announcing that the Eclipse Foundation has successfully completed all of the necessary formalities and has formally established the Eclipse Foundation AISBL, an international non-profit association based in Brussels, Belgium. As a European-based global organization, the Eclipse Foundation is in the ideal position to build on the growing momentum...
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Real-World IoT Adoption

Tuesday, March 10, 2020 - 12:57 by Mike Milinkovich
The results of our first IoT Commercial Adoption survey tell a clear story about what organizations are doing with IoT right now and their plans for production deployments. The goal of the survey was to go beyond the IoT Developer Survey we’ve conducted for the last six years to gain...
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Introducing Eclipse Labs

Thursday, May 13, 2010 - 13:42 by Mike Milinkovich
Back in December, I discussed a number of initiatives that the Eclipse Foundation was going to be working on in 2010. The one that attracted the most feedback was “Eclipse Labs”. Well, we are very happy to announce that thanks to Google, this idea has become a reality. Better yet...
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Collaboration Is Just Good Business

Monday, October 5, 2009 - 17:07 by Mike Milinkovich
Last week at the Open World Forum, I had the pleasure of attending Michael Tiemann’s talk on the “Road to the Digital Recovery”. Michael kindly summarized his key points on his blog. The most interesting sound bite from Michael’s talk was his estimate that $1 trillion is wasted every year...