Papyrus IC

From Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Papyrus IC logo

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 papyrus-ic@eclipse.org 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

Events

Future

Past

  • ICTSS 2016 (International Conference on Testing Software and Systems)

2017 Plan

This section contains an outline of the main elements of the 2017 Plan. The definition of the plan (and budget) is still in progress.

Steering Committee

Product Management Committee

Architecture Committee

Research Academia Committee

Steering Committee

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

Architecture Committee

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.

Research/Academia Committee

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.