Open Source Solid Modeling CAD
BRL-CAD is a powerful cross-platform constructive solid geometry solid modeling system that includes an interactive geometry editor, ray-tracing for rendering & geometric analyses, network distributed framebuffer support, image & signal-processing tools.
SUMO is a microscopic road traffic simulation.
SUMO is an open source, highly portable, microscopic and continuous road traffic simulation package designed to handle large road networks. It allows for intermodal simulation including pedestrians and comes with a large set of tools for scenario creation. Please note that code and issue tracker are now at https://github.com/DLR-TS/sumo/
libmylcd is a frame & font rendering library and toolkit designed to provide low level access to 2D hardware via a video framebuffer. Supported devices include SED133x, T6963C, PCD8544, S1D15G10, USBD480, PCF8833, PCF8814, USB13700, S1D15G14.
The SBus is a family of high-speed packet-based databus standards, suitable for both networking and interdevice communication. They are optimized for high data density transactions. This project creates and documents the standards, schematics, and driver
PeerSec Networks MatrixSSL™ is an embedded SSL - TLS library under 50KB, designed for small footprint applications and devices. SSL is used to secure proprietary applications as well as common Internet protocols such as HTTP, SIP, H.323 and EAP-TLS
Open Source CAD
QCAD is an application for computer aided drafting (CAD) in two dimensions (2D). With QCAD you can create technical drawings such as plans for buildings, interiors, mechanical parts or schematics and diagrams. QCAD works on Windows, Mac OS X and many Linux and Unix Systems.
As of Jan 2009, this project and NanoStack 1.x are no longer being actively developed or maintained. Instead there is an effort to add support for Sensinode/cc2430 hardware for the Contiki OS. http://www.sics.se/contiki/
A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
Free multiphysics simulation software package
Advanced Simulation Library (ASL) is a free and open source multiphysics simulation software package. Its computational engine is based, among others, on the Lattice Boltzmann Methods (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lattice_Boltzmann_methods) and is written in OpenCL (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenCL) which enable extraordinarily efficient deployment (http://asl.org.il/benchmarks) on a variety of massively parallel architectures, ranging from inexpensive FPGAs, DSPs and GPUs up to heterogeneous clusters and supercomputers. The engine is hidden entirely behind C++ classes, so that no OpenCL knowledge is required from application programmers. ASL can be utilized to model various coupled physical and chemical phenomena and employed in a multitude of fields: computational fluid dynamics, virtual sensing, industrial process data validation and reconciliation, image-guided surgery, computer-aided engineering, high-performance scientific computing, etc..
QMazEdit can be used to view and edit binary Mazatrol Files as produced by Mazak milling and turning machines. The application looks natively like the editor on the Machine so any Person in the production area will be able to use it.
Our aim is to develop a library for geometrical tolerance analysis, that is OS and CAD platform indenpendent. Toleraning is widely used in engineering (manufacturing, computational metrology, quality assurance), but no good software exist.
This project is currently under development for three pizza delivery services in my home city. It supports point-of-sale-like recording of in-house and order-by-phone orders located in gastronomy/catering sector (order desk).
EtherNet/IP protocol stack as defined by the ODVA (odva.org). Includes explicit (CIP) and implicit messaging. Designed for use in embedded devices, as well as on desktop computers.
Currently, all existing formal tools are designed to serve as formal verifiers, using one implementation or another. NO tool is providing a global framework to develop algorithms. Silicis is a new formal framework for designing [verification] algorithms.
A canvas library for generating technical drawings
The ADG library (Automatic Drawing Generation) is a set of functions focused on automating the drawing of mechanical parts. It is not a CAD system but a GObject-based library where a custom application can put common CAD entities such as paths, hatches and dimensions, to automatically create technical drawings. A demo application is provided in order to show the capabilities of the canvas. Although it is possible to interact with the library directly in C (that is what the adg-demo program is doing), the canvas is expected to be used from higher level languages, much in the same way as what done in the GNOME stack. Lua bindings based on LGI are already provided out of the box. The adg-lua project, downloadable from the "Files" section, provides Lua programs and demos that leverages these bindings.
JoCo is a Job Control environment which permits employees to log in, get the job they have for the day, mark the start and finish of their assignments, meet deadlines, rate their own skills etc, the progress being monitored by managers.
Discrete-event simulation library.
This project's goal is to develop and maintain a high-quality, 3D, physics-enabled, discrete-event simulation library that can be used for industrial simulation projects in an engineering and/or manufacturing environment.
Terminal Software of Storage, directed to the development of a control system warehouses, the license of this software is Open Source Initiative (CDDL), software is developed under standards opened.
The aim of HxC Floppy Emulator project is to provide an software and hardware solution to replace the old floppy disk drive by an another modern solution (USB, SDCard,...)
A finite element data exchange system
FEDES is a Finite Element Data Exchange System for mapping finite element analysis data between different FE solvers and meshes with different element types and densities. Six commercial FE solvers are supported (ABAQUS, ANSYS, DEFORM, MARC, MORFEO, VULCAN). The FEA data outputted can be visualized with the open source program ParaView.
To create an Open Source and Free solution for the analysis of woven fabric stuctures. Included will be the ability to view the weave structure in 2D, 3D and profile as well as print and save the drafts (patterns).
openSUSE made simple
Please read the readme in the files section! Also, don't look at Champagne like a completely different distro, consider it more like an add-on or a bundle! So this is my own take on openSUSE. I am trying to make Champagne one of the best openSUSE out-of-the-box configured OS/bundle. While it is not perfect, and maybe there are a lot of other distros you should use instead of this, if you decide to give it a try, hopefully you're going to enjoy it. Next version is coming soon! User login: -SysAdmin: password: user -root password: root Minimum RAM needed for the OS to run decent: 4 GB. Preinstallation ISO is the default download! If you want the LiveDVD, please check the files section.
Emulate MODBUS industrial network with devices.
FactoryController testing/verification tool. Simulate MODBUS-TCP industrial network with set of devices. Update 2017: Hardware Emulator project has been integrated to main FactoryController codebase and this repository is obsolete.
Fortran codes for SCNURS method - Side Cut Non-Uniform Residual Stress
SCNURS - Side Cut Non-Uniform Residual Stress measurement method for plates, - is a destructive RS measurement method developed in Moscow, Russia and later in Bristol, UK. The method is specifically designed for the measurement of highly non-uniform RS fields, including discontinuities, in plates. This project collects all codes which implement forward and inverse solution to the RS problem. The codes are in modern Fortran with OpenMP. The codes are distributed under 2-clause BSD license. The code uses Lapack (http://netlib.org/lapack), Slatec (http://www.netlib.org/slatec) and CMLIB (http://gams.nist.gov/cgi-bin/serve.cgi/Package/CMLIB) libraries. All these libraries are available as packages on FreeBSD. Another project page: http://eis.bris.ac.uk/~mexas/scnursweb