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Start your technology conversations. 14 days to register at best#EclipseCon France rates http://buff.ly/1Sy9yeq
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PlatformIO is an open source environment for IoT development based on a cross-platform build system and a library manager. It's simplifying continuous integration (including in the cloud!) of IoT systems and is well integrated with IDEs like Eclipse. It is compatible with Arduino, mbed, Energia, CMSIS, and much more. In this webinar, Ivan Kravets, will go through some of the key features of PlatformIO, and demonstrate how you can use it from your Eclipse IDE.
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PlatformIO: a cross-platform IoT solution to build them all!
Thu, May 5, 11:00 AM
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In this webinar +Kamil Baczkowicz will go through the key features of mqtt-spy, a JavaFX based application for MQTT/IoT developers, and explain how it can help you monitor and test your MQTT-based IoT solution. 

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Spy on your MQTT devices for fun and profit with mqtt-spy
Wed, April 20, 11:00 AM
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EclipseCon France is the event dedicated to Eclipse Working Groups (such as PolarSys, Internet of Things, and Science), Eclipse Technologies and the ecosystem in France and Europe. The Eclipse Foundation invites you to join the community in June to learn, explore, share, and collaborate on everything Eclipse. 
https://www.eclipsecon.org/france2016
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The Eclipse #Hono  project is looking for a new logo! Can you help? 
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For the IoT domain cloud based solutions are getting more and more important. In this context buzzwords like SaaS, PaaS, or just microservices are common vocabularies. This trend of course also affects the device abstraction and the device integration field which represents an important pillar of the IoT domain.

One of the main targets of Eclipse Vorto is to provide means for harmonizing and simplifying the process of integrating devices into IoT platforms or more generic into IoT solutions. This brought up the question: How can we make it even easier and more comfortable to use Vorto? And how can we build up an ecosystem related to the device abstraction topic.

In this talk I will give a short overview on Vorto and I will present new ideas and new features of the Vorto repository which we consider as important for building up a device abstraction related ecosystem. The code generators will be realized as microservices that register automatically and during runtime to inform the repo about their capabilities. The generated source code can be downloaded comfortably using the Eclipse Vorto Toolset, a web interface or a command line interface tool. In addition the repo will provide statistics about the popularity of specific generators and specific device models.
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Eclipse Vorto As A Service
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Next Monday (April 4) is the final deadline for submitting a talk for EclipseCon France!

Check out the early-bird selections, add your community vote, and get inspired for your own submission. We look forward to reading your proposal and seeing you in Toulouse on June 7-9.

https://www.eclipsecon.org/france2016/cfp
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The Open IoT Developer Challenge is an annual challenge to promote the use of open source and open standards in IoT solutions. The winners were selected this month and they will be joining us to present their solutions.

Winning Solutions and Speakers:

• IoT Vaidya, an IoT solution for remote patient monitoring in rural areas. IoT Vaidya allows for a patient located in a rural area to self-attach open hardware sensors and monitors that send information to a doctor in a different location.
Will be presented by Arun Kumar and Mahavir Dwivedi.

• Atta, a simulator of connected things and gateways. It provides a way to describe IoT simulation scenarios using a domain-specific language, and to execute the simulations. It supports the open IoT protocols MQTT and CoAP.
Will be presented by Philippe Charière.

• MoDeS (Model-Based Demonstrator of Smart and Safe Systems) has implemented an IoT robot controller as well as a railway system. The goal was to demonstrate how modeling, verification, and validation techniques can be used for IoT.
Will be presented by András Vörös.
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What Makes an Open IoT Developer Challenge Winner!
Wed, March 30, 11:00 AM
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Take a few minutes this weekend to plan your #EclipseCon France submission. Submit your talk by March 18th and be considered for the early selections!
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As IoT continues to expand into new and existing markets, the need for a robust and scalable framework to manage these IoT applications is more important than ever. IoT developers should not be burdened with designing and implementing standard pillars of an IoT application. Eclipse #Kura is a Java/OSGi based software framework that meets these needs by enabling rapid development and deployment of IoT applications. Please join this discussion as we present an overview of Eclipse Kura, provide a look real world use cases, layout future plans of Eclipse Kura, and discuss how you can contribute to the project. 
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Eclipse Kura: A gateway framework built for IoT
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Web developers now enjoy a culture and set of tools that allow them to deploy software up to many times per day, quickly and safely. By contrast, much of the embedded world still operates on the annual software release cycle.
Join +Resin.io founder & CEO +Alexandros Marinos to learn how to break through various barriers (spotty networks, custom configurations, fear of bricked devices etc) and bring the benefits of DevOps to the Internet of Things.

This presentation will include a brief demo of the Resin.io open source deployment and device management framework.
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Strong devices weakly connected: bringing DevOps to IoT with resin.io
Wed, April 6, 11:00 AM
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This talk will present the OGC® SensorThings API specification and its MQTT extension, a new OGC® standard for IoT data interoperability that simplifies and accelerates the development of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.  

The IoT marketplace is a rapidly growing space with companies developing their own version and interpretation of an IoT platform. Unfortunately many IoT silos have emerged. There is a growing need to have a standards-based solution to truly realize the vision of having a connected world where sensors from across different disciplines can utilize a single API and provide enriched metadata to form a system of systems.

We will present and demonstrate the OGC® SensorThings API. SensorThings API is semantically rich (based on the OGC/ISO Observation and Measurement), very easy to use (RESTful and JSON), built for real-time applications (MQTT extension) and it allows for simple modeling of the observations, the physical world and the sensors used to observe and measure real phenomena in it. The demonstration will also showcase the OGC® SensorThings API MQTT extension based on Eclipse Paho and Mosquitto.
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OGC SensorThings: IoT Data Interoperability with a GeoWeb approach
Wed, January 27, 11:00 AM
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