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#EclipseCon Keynotes Announced!
Including Mark Reinhold, Java 9 and Beyond
Denise Jacobs Keynote Talk: Infinite Possibilities  
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Make your holiday lights an #IoT application with Eclipse, Infineon Technologies and #Arduino! +element14 +Eclipse +Arduino 
To all the Element14 members interested in participating to the Internet of Holiday Lights roadtest, and more generally to anyone who'd like to play with
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Remember, remember... the call for papers deadline is Nov 17. #EclipseCon
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Despite the buzz around the Internet of Things (IoT) there are still many devices, systems and protocols for home automation that cannot be directly hooked up to your wifi and used through IP.

To enable smartphone apps to access them and to integrate them with other devices, an IP gateway is required - if it connects to more than just one specific system, this is usually called a home gateway.

Eclipse SmartHome is a flexible software framework for such home gateways. Being initiated by the popular open-source project openHAB, the Eclipse SmartHome project leads the way from the niche to the mass market by fostering industry adoption and by introducing new concepts for setup and configuration procedures of such solutions.

In this webinar you will learn about the concepts of Eclipse SmartHome, what services it provides and how to build a customized solution with it.
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Building home gateways with Eclipse SmartHome
Tue, November 4, 2014, 11:00 AM
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If you have questions for Kai, please use the Q&A section or use the #virtualiot  hashtag on Twitter!
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Join +Benjamin Cabé and +Ian Skerrett from the Eclipse Foundation and their guest +Michael Koster to learn more about the recently released Smart Objects Starter Pack, and what it means for IoT developers.
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Open IoT hangout #11 - IPSO Smart Objects
Thu, October 16, 2014, 1:00 PM
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Machine-to Machine (M2M) promises to interconnect billions of devices in near future covering various domains. However, M2M is suffering from a high vertical fragmentation of current M2M markets and lack of standards. To bridge this gap, we propose the Eclipse OM2M project, a horizontal ETSI-based service platform for M2M interoperability. OM2M follows a RESTful approach with open interfaces to enable developing services and applications independently of the underlying network. It proposes a modular architecture running on top of an OSGi Equinox layer, making it highly extensible via plugins. It supports multiple protocol bindings such as HTTP and CoAP. The TLS-PSK protocol is considered to enable secure communication based on pre-shared keys, and various interworking proxies are provided to enable seamless communication with legacy devices such as Zigbee and Phidgets technologies.
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OM2M: Standardized service platform for M2M interoperability
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Take the coding challenges, share with the tinkering teams, and connect at the IoT Playground. Get more details on the projects and what you'll need to bring on the Playground page. https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2014/playground

Register by midnight CEST today for the early bird rates. https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2014/registration
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You’re full of fantastic IoT ideas, but bringing them to fruition is never an easy task. Especially when it comes time to work with your sensors and electronics. Hardware can present a significant obstacle, but not when you use the WunderBar, your starter kit for the Internet of Things! 

Learn about how the WunderBar, a sensor and cloud solution package that works out of the box, and how it will help you rapidly prototype and create your IoT products!
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Bring Your IoT Ideas to Life with the WunderBar
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We are very excited to be back for our 12th edition of the Open IoT Hangout, after a week at EclipseCon Europe filled with lots of great IoT sessions!

This week, +Ian Skerrett and +Benjamin Cabé will talk to +Gordon Williams from the Espruino project.
Espruino has been a very successful Kickstarter project last year, and can be summarized as "The first Javascript microcontroller for Things"! We will ask Gordon what Espruino is all about, how to get started with it, and what is next for the project. Join us!
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Open IoT Hangouts #12 - Espruino
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Eclipse SCADA provides a platform independent, comprehensive SCADA solution from the connection to the field devices, through the data enrichment in the SCADA server, and the visualization for the user interface. What is SCADA?

The German wikipedia entry to the term SCADA puts it very succinct: SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) is defined as the monitoring and control of technical processes by means of a computer system. This can reach from the nimble control panel of a single machine like a CNC mill or a heater to the large scale control of the electrical grid, oil pipelines and chemical or pharmaceutical factories. A SCADA system therefore has to be able to access a large range of different devices connected in many different ways. The original decision to base the only somewhat vendor independent SCADA technology on Windows has left its legacy. Nearly all of the existing SCADA software, especially anything which has to do with HMIs is tightly bound to the Windows platform. For this reason we decided to make the openSCADA, the predecessor to Eclipse SCADA, platform independent by basing it on the Java platform, so it provides a platform independent solution from the server to the HMI (Human Machine Interface). All the major parts which Eclipse SCADA is made of, are usable independently and can be used on a pick and choose approach. A major part of Eclipse SCADA is the development of industry standard protocols. These protocol implementations are usable completely standalone without reliance on other Eclipse SCADA technology. Altogether it means, Eclipse SCADA might be the optimal solution for your SCADA project!
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Introducing an open plaform for your SCADA project
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This week on the #EclipseCon blog:
Clouds ahead: Platform-as-a-Service meets OSGi by Alexander Grzesik
and, A Floor Wax or a Dessert Topping? by Ed Merks
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IoT refers to the connection and intercommunication of different devices, systems, and services in a single platform. This plays right into BIRT's ability to connect to and relate many different sources in a single design or dashboard. By the end of this talk you should have a strong understanding of the different connection and deployment options that BIRT provides the developer to turn IoT into an interactive dashboard that makes previously unused data into an invaluable part of your application.
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Visualize IoT data with BIRT
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