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Eclipse IoT

Eclipse IoT is an ecosystem of companies and individuals that are working together to establish an Internet of Things based on open technologies. Eclipse IoT provides the technology needed to build IoT Devices, Gateways, and Cloud Platforms.

The Eclipse IoT Working Group is an industry collaboration of companies who invest and promote an Open Source community for IoT.

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  • SNAPSHOT
  • United States
    2013
    Private
    < $10m
    < 10
    Open website
  • TECHNOLOGY STACK
  • Eclipse IoT’s Tech Stack maps Eclipse IoT’s participation in the IoT tech stack.
    • Application Layer
    • Functional Applications

    • Cloud Layer
    • Platform as a Service
      Infrastructure as a Service

    • Edge Layer
    • Automation & Control
      Processors & Edge Intelligence
      Actuators
      Sensors

    • Devices Layer
    • Robots
      Drones
      Wearables
    • Supporting
      Technologies
    • Analytics & Modeling
      Application Infrastructure & Middleware
      Cybersecurity & Privacy
      Networks & Connectivity
    Technological Capability
    None
    Minor
    Moderate
    Strong
  • IOT SNAPSHOT
  • Eclipse IoT’s IoT Snapshot maps the range and focus areas of Eclipse IoT’s IoT business across Technologies, Use Cases, Industries, and Services. Only categories with active products will be shown. Missing categories indicate that there is no activity in those areas.
    Technologies
    Platform as a Service (PaaS)
    Device Management Platforms
    Application Infrastructure & Middleware
    Middleware, SDKs & Libraries
  • IOT SOLUTIONS
  • Open source components for IoT Devices
    • Eclipse Edje provides an high-level API for accessing hardware features provided by microcontrollers (e.g GPIO, ADC, MEMS, etc.). It can directly connect to native libraries, drivers, and board support packages provided by silicon vendors.
    • Eclipse Paho provides an implementation of the MQTT protocol.
    • Eclipse Wakaama provides an implementation of the OMA LWM2M standard.

    Integrated IoT Gateway and Smart Devices stacks
    • Eclipse Kura provides a general purpose middleware and application Container for IoT gateway services.
    • Eclipse SmartHome provides an IoT gateway platform that is specifically focused on the home automation domain.
    • Eclipse 4diac provides an industrial-grade Open Source infrastructure for distributed industrial process measurement and control systems based on the IEC 61499 standard. 4DIAC is ideally suited for Industrie 4.0 and Industrial IoT applications in a manufacturing setting. The IEC 61499 standard defines a domain specific modeling language for developing distributed industrial control solutions by providing a vendor independent format and for simplifying support for Controller to Controller communication.

    IoT Cloud Platform Stack

    The IoT Cloud Platform represents the software infrastructure and services required to enable an IoT solution. An IoT Cloud Platform typically operates on a cloud infrastructure (e.g. OpenShift, AWS, Microsoft Azure, Cloud Foundry) or inside an enterprise data center and is expected to scale both horizontally, to support the large number of devices connected, as well as vertically to address the variety of IoT solutions. The IoT Cloud Platform will facilitate the Interoperability of the IoT solution with existing enterprise applications and other IoT solutions.

    Cloud stacks

    Eclipse Kapua is a modular platform providing the services required to manage IoT gateways and smart edge devices. Kapua provides a core integration framework and an initial set of core IoT services including a device registry, device management services, messaging services, data management, and Application Enablement. The goal of Eclipse Kapua is to create a growing ecosystem of micro services through the extensions provided by other Eclipse IoT projects and organizations.

    Eclipse OM2M is an IoT Platform specific for the telecommunication industry, based on the oneM2M specification. It provides a horizontal Common Service Entity (CSE) that can be deployed in an M2M server, a gateway, or a device. Each CSE provides Application Enablement, Security, Triggering, Notification, Persistency, Device Interworking, Device Management.

    Open source components for IoT Cloud Platforms
    • Eclipse Hono
    • Eclipse Mosquitto
    • Eclipse Leshan
    • Eclipse hawkBit
    • Eclipse BIRT
  • KEY CUSTOMERS
  • Solair, OmSense, E.ON, Noja Power
  • CASE STUDIES
  • Eclipse IoT: An IoT Software Suite to Connect Products to Customers' Business
    Solair started in Italy in 2011 with the observation that enterprise software severely lagged behind consumer software in affordability and simplicity. They have worked with customers in many industries including smart cities, manufacturing, industrial machinery and retail. Solair has recently begun to expand to do business mainly in Japan, Germany and the United States.“There are still many companies that don’t completely understand how to benefit from the potential advantages of connected products and they are looking for ready to use solutions that are quick to implement and bring measurable economic results,” said Martina Casani, Marketing Director, Solair. With a background in enterprise software, Solair now focuses on addressing business needs through end-to-end IoT solutions including an IoT Platform, a suite of IoT software modules and an IoT Gateway. “We started on the software side of IoT, but our customers were asking us for help on the hardware side,” said Casani. “We began to integrate an IoT Gateway in addition to software to help our customers from start to finish as they build an IoT application that collects data from the edge and brings it to the cloud.”
    Eclipse IoT: Monitoring Industrial Power Distribution
    OmSense is a family of products to monitor and manage industrial sensors. Most of these sensors are found in computer centers or production environments with large energy requirements. As Kevin and John developed the product they wanted it to come preinstalled on industrial hardware, with the ability to be up-and-running within minutes of installation
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  • INDUSTRIES
  • FUNCTIONS
  • SIMILAR SUPPLIERS
  • Kepware (PTC)
    Kepware Technologies, established in 1995, is a software development company headquartered in Portland, Maine. Kepware develops software solutions for the Industrial Automation Industry that help bridge the communication gap between diverse hardware and software applications. Their products enable informed decision-making from the shop floor to the top floor by providing consistent, reliable data across the enterprise. Kepware only delivers industrial-strength solutions that are designed, tested, and certified to meet the demands of industrial automation applications. They will not release a product until it has successfully passed all stages of our rigorous quality control process. They build, sell, and support the global market from our Portland, Maine headquarters to ensure the highest-quality output.
    Nuvoton
    Nuvoton Technology focuses on development of analog/mixed signal, microcontroller, cloud and computing products and has strong market share in Industrial, Consumer and Computer markets. Nuvoton owns a six-inch wafer fab, featuring customized processes for analog, power and MCU products.
    Applied Informatics Software Engineering GmbH
    Applied Informatics is a leading provider of software frameworks and solutions for IoT device development. With macchina.io (or macchina), Applied Informatics provides an innovative toolkit for building embedded IoT applications that connect sensors, devices and cloud services. my-devices.net is cloud-ready service providing secure remote access to IoT gateways and IoT devices for support teams, service partners and end-users via web, virtual desktop or mobile app. Applied Informatics serves a global customer base in a variety of fields, was founded in 2006, is privately held, and is based in Carinthia, Austria.
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