Rover application form
The Papyrus Industry Consortium will provide a limited number of rovers for use in teaching, research and/or industry demos. You can find information on the rovers at PolarSys Rover.
To apply for a rover, fill out the form here: Rover application form
Chairman of Steering Committee: Francis Bordeleau, Ericsson
The Papyrus IC is an open consortium that focuses on the development of a customizable and extensible industrial-grade open source model-based engineering tool suite based on the Papyrus/Eclipse platform, other key open source technologies, and leading industry standards (see Vision/Mission below).
Do not hesitate to contact Francis Bordeleau for more information.
Papyrus IC Mailing List
The email@example.com mailing list is used for all public communications regarding the Papyrus IC, including meetings.
To subscribe to the mailing list, please go to https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/papyrus-ic.
Papyrus IC General Meetings: Meeting Schedule and Minutes of Meetings (MoM)
You can find the MoM here
- Meeting of December 14th, 2016
- Meeting of September 28th, 2016
- Meeting of August 31, 2016
- Meeting of July 27th, 2016
- Meeting of June 29th, 2016
- Meeting of May 25th, 2016
- Meeting of April 27th, 2016
- Meeting of March 30th, 2016
- Meeting of February 24th, 2016
- Meeting of January 27th, 2016
- Flanders Make Round-Table on "Collaboration on Model-Based"
- EclipseCon Europe 2016
- MODELS 2016 Conference
- ICTSS 2016 (International Conference on Testing Software and Systems)
Chairman: Francis Bordeleau, Ericsson
As defined by the Papyrus Industry Consortium Charter, the Steering Committee has the following responsibilities:
- Define the overall strategic directions of the consortium
- Define and manage consortium budget
- Define and maintain technical/product scope, roadmap and development priorities
- Approve technical contributions of the consortium members
See the Steering Committee page
Product Management Committee
Chairman: Stephan Thesing, Airbus Helicopters
As defined by the Papyrus Industry Consortium Charter, the Product Management Committee ("PMC") has the following responsibilities:
- Define and maintain technical/product roadmap and development priorities
- Ensure quality of the different open source components
- Oversee the definition and delivery of product packages
- Define and implement product marketing strategy
- Define and implement the overall strategy for the development of the Papyrus ecosystem
See the Product Management Committee page
Chairman: Remi Schnekenburger, EclipseSource
As defined by the Papyrus Industry Consortium Charter, the Architecture Committee ("AC") has the following responsibilities:
- Define and maintain the overall product architecture
- Ensure the consistency and integrity of the architecture and its different components
- Analyze and provide recommendations on potential tool integrations
See the Architecture Committee page.
- Committee Leader: Ernesto Posse, Zeligsoft
- Co-chairman (Industry): Francis Bordeleau , Ericsson
- Co-chairman (Research/Academia): Juergen Dingel, Queen's University
As defined by the Papyrus Industry Consortium Charter, the Research/Academia ("PICRAC") has the following responsibilities:
- Identify key research directions
- Interact with research groups involved in consortium activities
- Interact with funding agencies to promote research on Papyrus open source platform
- Participate to key research events (conferences, workshops, and commercial events) to promote Papyrus as a lead MBE platform for research projects
- Interaction with universities to help establishing high-quality training and education programs both at the undergraduate and graduate level
- Gather the training material exploited by the academics, related to the Papyrus tool suite
- Maintain an information set on advanced research, demos, and prototypes around the Papyrus tool suite (papers, presentations, videos, SW, etc.)
See the Research/Academia Committee page.