Wednesday, Sep 30, 2020
Join us for the Automotive@Eclipse session, part of the Community Day at EclipseCon 2020. In the first part of the session you’ll hear from each of the five automotive related working groups who work in areas from the development of an autonomous driving toolchain to traffic simulations and measurement data management. In the second half, Panorama will be presented to the community before a discussion on future initiatives to grow the synergies amongst the working groups.
Tuesday, Sep 8, 2020
You can now create trace links with Eclipse Capra to and from Amalthea models. Find out more about the latest features in Capra Release 0.8.0 in the release notes or download it from the update site.
Tuesday, Aug 18, 2020
Eclipse APP4MC has successfully released version 0.9.9. Features include new INCHRON validations, a preview of the Amalthea Trace Database and a new migration dialog. Read more on the New&Noteworthy and download the latest version.
Thursday, Jul 9, 2020
The International Workshop on Modeling in Automotive System and Software Engineering (MASE) would like to invite the PANORAMA community to participate in this year’s workshop. The deadline for submissions is July 22nd.
MASE 2020 aims at providing a forum for practitioners and researchers from industry and academia in which novel, innovative, model-based solutions to current and future challenges in automotive system and software development can be presented and discussed. Another important objective is the identification of new research problems arising from current trends.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
The Panorama toolchain leverages several Eclipse Foundation projects including Eclipse APP4MC and Eclipse Capra. The toolchain will be enhanced both technically and in audience reach by the acceptance of these APP4MC projects for inclusion in the Google Summer of Code 2020. GSoC is an annual programming scholarship organized by Google that brings together students who want to contribute to open source projects, project mentors and the organizations hosting these projects.” Three projects have been accepted for the GSoC 2020 program, in the areas of visualization, traceability and timing analysis.
Monday, Nov 11, 2019
After 3 days full of discussions, hacking, and coding we successfully finished the first hackathon at KTH University. 34 persons from 18 companies and research organizations have presented their results so far and paved the road for our future research.
Monday, Oct 28, 2019
The Panorama project was exhibiting at EclipseCon Europe 2019. We have been part of the Eclipse Research Booth among other fascinating research projects. During the regular session program, Harald Mackamul presented Panorama in the session “Meet & Greet the Eclipse Research Project Community”.
Monday, Oct 21, 2019
The Panorama team is proud to be part of the 2019 EclipseCon Europe! We will be showcasing the Panorama Project together with few other selected research projects at the EclipseCon Research Booth! We are looking forward to meet you there and discuss the latest research results.