Maintaining and analyzing measured data is crucial for achieving high product quality, early product validation and for fast paced production of variants where measured data need to be compared and analyzed among variants. The standardization of Measured Data Management (MDM) across domains has been a topic that has gained significant importance in recent times.
openMDM is an Eclipse project that provides an open platform for MDM that aims at simplifying and accelerating the development and deployment of MDM systems. This session will demonstrate a 2D/3D representation of measured data based on openMDM using visualization projects available under Eclipse Science like ICE (Integrated Computational Environment) and EAVP (Eclipse Advanced Visualization Project)
With software playing a key role in industrial products and hardware manufacturers preferring to scale number of cores , complexity of present software systems are increasing. It is required for efficient and cost effective development of complex software system.
When building robust real time complex systems which are scalable, it is required to prototype activity and a key component would be capturing behavior using State machines. Modelling the behavior and properties of the system can close the productivity gap in development of complex systems and helps software reuse.
This presentation demonstrates how such a model based abstraction is used for identification of gaps in the requirements, code generation of real time systems and how such a system can be integrated seamlessly into existing systems and can be used for programming protocol, workflow system, simulation …etc.