Need to integrate your Embedded Systems Development Environments?

The November 8 registration deadline for the 2nd European Conference on Interoperability for Embedded Systems Development Environments will soon be upon us. If you’ve been thinking about how to improve interoperability in your Embedded Systems Development Environments, you may want to make plans to be in Sweden on December 3.

November 8 is also the deadline for contributions. The organizers, which include two members of the OSLC Steering Committee, are looking for contributions focused on best practices and experiences for achieving interoperability for embedded systems development environments. Certainly “use OSLC” is at the top of my list of best practices, so I am sure the conference committee will embrace presentations from the OSLC community. You can submit your proposal by sending an email here, with a 1 page (max) abstract covering: 1) the type of experience, 2) where and how it was gained, 3) how it may be of value to a wider community, 4) if you include a demonstration, and 5) a contact person and name(s) of presenter(s).

For those of you who are considering attending, here are some key details on the conference (from the sidebar on the conference website):

Time: Tue 3 Dec 2013, 09.30
Location: Scandic Infra City, Upplands-Väsby (half-way between Arlanda and Stockholm city)

(This event is in in conjunction with the ARTEMIS/ITEA2 cosummit.)

We expect many participants, register early to guarantee your participation!

Conference fee: 1100 SEK (Swedish krona, roughly 130 EURO) - To be payed at the conference venue by card or cash

Please contact Michael Norén for questions regarding the registration and payment (


Introduction - setting the scene for interoperability and goals for the conference.

10.00-16.00 (with Lunch served 12-13)
The main portion of the conference features:
- Keynotes by industrial leaders
- Experience presentations on Interoperability for Embedded Systems Development Environments.

Panel debate: Towards sustainable tool interoperability

Sum up, conclusions and the future

Also, if Sweden is not in your travel budget, or if you’re looking for a good hands-on introduction to linked data and OSLC, register for the “Facilitating Collaboration and Interaction across the Enterprise with OSLC” hands-on workshop November 20 in Toronto.