Amrita DeviceTalk is a middleware-platfrom for securely connecting embedded devices to web applications. It manages device registrations and communicates with the devices using secure lightweight AES-CCMP protocol.
AndroidCam converts an Android device into a time-lapse camera
AndroidCam is an Android App which provides the ability to turn a mobile device into an intervalometer for collecting time-lapse images. Image capture can be triggered using time based scheduling or in response to data thresholds monitored by the app (e.g. temperature, location, windspeed, etc) Data collection is performed via IOIO connection and the new ADK. Remote synchronization upload of images can be scheduled and performed via SCP.
This project includes both the libraries and applications created by Anturi Technology to communicate with Tag4M devices provided by Cores Electronic LLC. We want integrators and developers have the tools to build their own developments with Tag4M.
Vehicle Automation Modules Simulation
CPU tuner for android. Saves battery by interfacing cpufreq and turning on/off services.
Main Memory Database Cache
CSQL - suite of three products, embedded relational database / stand alone Main Memory Database / updateable bi-directional table level cache. All are exposed via standard SQL interfaces such as ODBC/JDBC.
This Project is intended to serve as a Operating Platform for creating a Cloud / Grid infrastructure , for deploying applications , assigning , mananging resources through Virtualization and Load balancing.
DIY programmable night blades for RC Helictopers
Project DARK (Dvd's Advanced Rotary Kolors) aims to provide open source hardware and software to create your own programmable night blades for RC helicopters as well as a programmable lighting system for a (scale) fuselage. The project contains electronics schematics, pcb designs, firmware, installation instructions and a bill of materials for both the blades and the lighting system.
This project is a collection of examples and solutions for DDS (Data Distribution Service) on real user-driven situations. All the subprojects are released under the Apache license, allowing developers to take pieces and integrate in other projects.
DarSens is about distributed activity recognition based on acceleration data.
Enjekt! is a unique Java/C based fuel injection system for aircooled Volkswagens. Enjekt! uses software models to control fuel injection instead of relying static look up tables.
FAMOUSO is an event-based publish/subscribe middleware written in C++ for systems ranging from 8Bit micro-controllers up to 32Bit PC/Workstations.
Extend GDB Server feature, OS Aware Debugging, Thread Stack Checking
GDBServer Extender（gdbx）顾名思义就是为GDB调试扩展一些本来没有的功能。例如线程（任务）感知调试（OS Aware）、线程（任务）堆栈检查等。支持FreeRTOS、eCos。支持OpenOCD、J-Link、QEMU。支持Cortex-M、i386。 请移步https://code.csdn.net/zoomdy/gdbx获得更多内容。
A modular aquarium controller.
Open Source project for the development of the IEEE 11073-20601 reference implementation.
JBernstein: Exploration techniques for non-linear constraint checking
JBernstein is a tool implemented in Java that enables to check whether a polynomial constraint holds for all variables within their domain. It is mainly used in the verification or synthesis of cyber-physical systems where the system model is nonlinear. The tool also supports specifications in assume-guarantee style. The underlying algorithm is based on a translation to Bernstein polynomials, and several optimization techniques are implemented to ensure efficiency. Concerning performance, the tool enables to check all examples in the PVS Bernstein testsuite within a second, which can be an order of magnitude faster than some other tools such as QEPCAD or REDLOG. Although JBernstein uses double, it offers automatic error-estimation capabilities (experimental) so that the generated result is correct (the solver may return unknown when the error-estimate is too large)
JemBench is an open-source Java benchmark suite for constrained embedded systems. JemBench covers the benchmarking of vital bytecodes, computational kernels, control applications, and multithreaded applications. It even runs on CLDC platforms.
LOPEZ - Low Power Efficient Zigbee Sensor Networks
Controlling Model Railroad via Networks
Controlling Model Railroad via Networks "Lanbahn" Concepts - intelligent end devices - all with a network, wlan or other sophisticated interface. - can be operated without a central station - no complex binary protocols - communications via multicast UDP messages - decoders can advertise their capabilities via zeroconf/avahi/bonjour protocol. - raspberry pi as one hardware platform - tinkerforge IO bricklets for turnout and signal control
MGSyn - Automatic Synthesis for Industrial Automation
MGSyn (Model, Game, Synthesis) is an open-source tool which integrates game-based synthesis into model-driven development for industrial control and automation. It is served for research and educational purposes. MGSyn has been originally developed by Department of Informatics (Unit 6), TU München and fortiss GmbH and is now maintained by fortiss GmbH. The software is released under the GNU General Public License Version 3.0 (GPLv3). Please download the tutorial for step-by-step instructions on installing and using the tool. It is advised to use 32-bit version (Eclipse) associated in the "MGSyn supplementary files", as the 64-bit version will by default demand huge memory, which may lead to Java exceptions.
Model-Driven Embedded Systems Design Environment for the Industrial Automation Sector: The aim of this open source initiative is to provide a multi-domain model-driven embedded systems design approach for Industrial Automation and Control Systems.
Dieses Projekt beinhaltet eine Digitalsteuerung auf Basis des CAN-Bus, Eclipse RCP und AVR-Mikrocontrollern.
Platform providing the support for Wireless Sensor Networks in the domain of Natural Hazards as a Service. The objective of the WSN platform is monitoring the behaviour of rockfall barriers, rockfall netting, rock sheds and other protection systems
OOBD supports a self-programable Tool for Vehicle Onboard Diagnostics (OBD) for various platforms like the Windows-Desktop, mobile Phones and Smartphones Please note that we are actual moving this project over to oobd.googlecode.com. The software source code repository is already moved, other areas will follow.
PerLa project aims at defining a full declarative high level language that allows to query a pervasive system, hiding the difficulties related to the need of handling different technologies.