The application Bio7 is an integrated development environment for ecological modelling and contains powerful tools for model creation, scientific image analysis and statistical analysis. The application itself is based on an RCP-Eclipse-Environment (Rich-Client-Platform) which offers a huge flexibility in configuration and extensibility because of its plug-in structure and the possibility of customization.
Modelio-Open is a project hosting a set of open source extensions (SoaML, SysML and UML Testing Profile) for a previous version (1.2) of the Modelio Free tool . Currently, the lastest version (2.x) of Modelio modeling and generation tool is available at http://modelio.org/downloads/download-modelio.html. All extensions are downloadable at http://forge.modelio.org/projects.
Full Body Interaction Framework
FUBI is a framework for full body interaction using a depth sensor such as the Microsoft Kinect with OpenNI/NiTE or the Kinect SDK. It further supports the Leap Motion Controller. FUBI is written in C++ and includes a C#-Wrapper. Releases are tested on Windows 8.1, but there also exist Linux Code::Blocks project files. Fubi's main functionality is gesture and posture recognition according to four gesture categories: 1. Static postures: Configuration of several joints (positions or orientations). 2. Linear/Angular movements: Linear movement of joints with specific direction and speed or angular movement around an axis. 3. Combination of postures and movements: Combines sets of 1 and 2 in a sequence of states with specific time constraints. 4. Symbolic gestures: Gesture with complex shape that are defined by recorded sample data. If you use Fubi in a scientific project, please cite one of the related publications mentioned on the project website.
The new XVR Developer Studio is based on Eclipse. It allows to create and manage XVR projects, to author s3d and glsl code, to compile, debug and execute scripts in an HTML page. Currently only for Windows user. It needs an installed JRE >= 1.6
Satellite Procedure Execution Language and Library
SPELL is a framework composed of an integrated environment for the development and execution of satellite automated procedures. It is capable of running any procedure via different Ground Control System and for any spacecraft. The goal of SPELL is to have a powerful and readable automation language, which can be shared across Satellite Operators and Satellite Manufacturers. If we all use the same language, the cost and the risk associated with automated procedures will go down! SPELL facilitates the automation of satellite operations, allowing satellite procedures to be run in a highly repeatable and reliable manner. User manuals provide guidance on the correct use and steps to integrate the software into their existing ground control systems via the well-defined programming interface. SPELL consists of five integral applications which users can use as a complete software suite or as individual standalone applications. Start!: https://sourceforge.net/p/spell-sat/wiki/Home/
Safecap Platform for improving railway capacity via formal modelling
The overall aim of the SafeCap project is to develop modelling techniques and tools for improving railway capacity while ensuring that safety standards are maintained. Useful links: Project homepage: http://http://safecap.co.uk/
A program to solve dispersion equation in water waves mechanics
A program to solve dispersion equation in water waves mechanics using iterated and graphical methods.
QPME (Queueing Petri net Modeling Environment) is a performance modeling and analysis tool based on the Queueing Petri Net (QPN) modeling formalism.
openCDT is a conceptual design tool for aircraft design