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In one month will be held SiriusCon 2017, the free international conference dedicated to graphical modeling and more precisely to Eclipse Sirius.   As the two last editions were a success, we worked hard to make this event even better! The program is full of consistent content with users feedback, a keynote, advanced features presentations, tutorials, a Sirius Clinic…   New this year: a dedicated space to Sirius demos will be available whenever you want! Go for the essential! Ask directly to the Sirius experts the demos about features of your choice.     This event gathers a community of modeling experts but also many type of users from beginners to advanced. Join us to this annual one-day free event on November 9h, in Paris. But hurry-up, places are limited. Register now!    Want to get more informations? Have a look on last year edition:  ...
On October 3rd, Thales and Obeo were gathered in a shared booth at the TNO-ESI Symposium 2017 in Eindhoven.   The TNO-ESI Symposium is a one day free event, dedicated to the managing complexity in embedded systems engineering. More than 500 attendees were gathered in this successful 2017 edition.   At the innovation market, Thales and Obeo presented their collaboration that connect them since 10 years, particularly via the Open Source solution Capella. This solution is a comprehensive tool of Model-Based Systems Engineering integrating a tool-based methodology, Arcadia. Developed by Thales with the support of Obeo, Capella combines the opening and the simpleness of a ready to use solution.   This significant event was a chance for us to show several Capella demos, some of which you can find out on Youtube. We were deligthed to talk and share with attendees about systems engineering.   Our great thanks go to the TNO team for this great organization!   ...
Facing increasing software complexity of Spacecraft On-board Software, European Space Agency (ESA) initiated the OSRA methodology (On-board Software Reference Architecture) to model the hardware and the software components, and to define the allocation of these components on the hardware.   ESA needed a solution to rapidly support this approach while Ecore, a tool based on Eclipse Sirius, emerged as the most appropriated one. Obeo came in to improve the modeler from an initial prototype to a fully functional and user friendly modeling solution.   Thanks to the improvement of its overall usability, the modeling solution supporting OSRA is now considered to be ready for distribution to European space industry!   Read more about this attractive topic with the dedicated case-study.     This case-study was presented at SiriusCon 2016. Find out the program of SiriusCon 2017, the free international conference on graphical modeling where unpublished case...
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On September 22th, Maxime Porhel (Obeo) was pleased to attend EclipseDay Milano in Italy!   This conference is a signifiant event of the Eclipse community in Italy. It allows to learn, explore, share and collaborate on the latest ideas and informations about Eclipse and its Ecosystem.   It gathers great speakers, ready to present the latest innovations gravitating the Eclipse Working Groups and the technologies like RCP, IoT, Cloud, EMF, Modeling, and much more…   Maxime was part of these great speakers to present his talk: “All about UX in Sirius” on the Eclipse Sirius 5.0 new features. For example, it can improve the modeling tools with customized dialog boxes allowing a smoother user experience.     If you missed this attractive talk, you will have another chance to see it at EclipseCon Europe in Ludwigsburg (Germany), from October 23th to 25th.   Pascal Roques (PRFC) was also in Milano to present Capella, the Open Source solution for Model...
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  Over the course of its 11 years, a new chapter opens in a story narrating Obeo's independance and growth with the creation of a subsidiary in Vancouver. This is an exciting time for our company that has continually developed since the beginning. With more than 20% of our activity made abroad, being located in Canada will necessarily speed up our international development. This ambitious project will foster the distribution of our open software solutions in North America. These solutions allow our customers to create and transform complex systems: industrial systems (aeronautics, spatial, defence, energy, transport …) information systems of big companies We notably aim to exploite the potential of Capella on the systems engineering market. This Open Source solution to design systems with strong technological challenges (satellites, planes, intelligent cars…) was originally developed by Thales with the support of Obeo ; as part of a col...