Dr. Dietmar Rapf from Atos/Germany presented openMDM at the Testing Expo Stuttgart event.
An interesting talk looking back in history, explaing the importance and challenges that lie in test data management and the need for a common platform like openMDM.
His slides from the conference are available here.
The openMDM General Assembly Meeting was held in Stuttgart - Weilimdorf on July 25, 2017.
The packed schedule included the report from departing Steering Committee chair Sven Wittig summarizing the working group's past year, elections for the 2017/2018 steering committee as well as the architecture and quality committee and a report from the Eclipse mdmbl project. In addition, member companies presented their views and thoughts on the current achievements as well as future directions.
The new steering committee consists of representatives from Audi, BMW, Daimler, Mueller-BBM VAS and Siemens as well as the elected representatives Tata motors, HighQSoft, Canoo and Itemis. The full list of committee represetatives and member companies is available on the openMDM Wiki Pages.
All presentations from the meeting are available in the openMDM mailing list archives.
The openMDM dev team has finished its most recent sprint. The internal release 0.7 is now available for download. More information is available in https://dev.eclipse.org/mhonarc/lists/mdmbl-dev/msg00055.html. During the sprint the team has elected Angelika Wittek and Alexander Nehmer as new committers to join the development team.
Development work has begun in the Eclipse mdmbl Version 0.7 sprint. Four developers from the openMDM working group have been assigned to the sprint which will run until July 21st.
You can follow the team's design decisions on the mdmbl-dev mailing list and find out more about the new features on Eclipse Bugzilla. For details, including the initial bugs assigned, read the post from Angelika Wittek. To contribute, contact the team through the mdmbl-dev mailinglist.
On Wednesday 21, 2017 Dr. dietmar Rapf of science + computing AG will present the openMDM roadmap at the openMDM at the Automotive Testing 2017 Open Technology Forum ins Stuttgart.
Dr. Rapf, one of the founding members of the openMDM working group and member of the steering committee will discuss vision, mission, current status and the future roadmap of the openMDM working group and the related Eclipse projects.
If you happen to be at the conference and want to know more about openMDM, please feel free to get in touch with Dr. Rapf!
openMDM is a measured data management framework that is developed by the major German car companies as open source under the Eclipse public license. Using openMDM one is able to manage the whole measurement process from measurement planning to data storage and analysis of the results.
Dr Dietmar Rapf gives an overview of the current state of the openMDM development. He demonstrates the current state of the web-based openMDM 5.x client, and focuses on the roadmap for the next versions. A view of the connection of openMDM to ASAM ODS and big data technologies is given.
As of April 1, 2017 Bridging IT GmbH has become a Service Provider Member of the openMDM Working Group.
BridgingIT is an IT-consulting company with a broad portfolio of services, which spans from consulting and concept development up to implementation and operational support, including innovation and project management. It employs over 500 employees in 12 locations in Germany and Switzerland. BridgingIT provides services for a wide array of sectors, energy, mobility and retail, among others.
Please join me in welcoming Bridging IT in our community!
On Feb. 19. Dr. Dietmar Rapf, science + computing ag presented at the Annual Advanced Automotive Diagnostics Systems Summit  in Stuttgart the motivation of OEMs for implementing a measured data management system as an open source software. He depicted the history and the functionalities of ASAM ODS and openMDM®, the motivation for relaunching openMDM® in the context of an eclipse working group and gave an overview on the current status. The talk was a great success leading to intensive discussion with the small but very interested audiance. The slides can be found here: