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Eclipse Working Groups allow organizations to combine the best practices of open source development with a set of services required for open innovation, enabling organizations to foster industry collaborations. Eclipse Working Groups also provide a vendor-neutral governance structure that allows organizations to freely collaborate on new technology development.

Each individual Eclipse Working Group has a charter, a website and a Working Group Participation agreement (WGPA).

Click to filter the Eclipse Working Groups by their current status:

Capella IC

The Capella Industry Consortium, part of the PolarSys Working Group, is dedicated to developing the ecosystem around the Capella project with vendor-neutral and open governance. Capella is an open MBSE solution which offers methodological guidance, intuitive model editing, and viewing capabilities for Systems, Software and Hardware Architects.



The Eclipse Edge working group will drive the evolution and broad adoption of technologies related to Edge Computing.



The GEMOC Research Consortium support the corresponding international initiative to develop, coordinate, and disseminate Research & Transfer efforts on the use and globalization of modeling languages. The initiative develops techniques, frameworks, and environments to facilitate the creation, integration, and automated processing of heterogeneous modeling languages.


Internet of Things is where you can learn about the technologies developed at Eclipse to make Internet of Things (IoT) development simpler.


Jakarta EE

Jakarta EE is the newly created Eclipse Foundation’s working group focusing on cultivating the business interests related to the EE4J-related technologies. In particular, the Jakarta EE working group will manage the specifications process related to EE4J, and will manage the Jakarta EE brand. Members are invited to participate in Jakarta EE - see the FAQ for more details.



LocationTech is the Eclipse Foundation's working group focusing on open source geospatial technologies.



The openMDM Working Group wants to foster and support an open and innovative eco-system providing tools and systems, qualification kits and adapters for standardized and vendor independent management of measurement data in accordance with the ASAM ODS standard.



A simulation platform for safety assessment of driving assistance and automated driving systems.



The OS.bea Working Group will foster and support an open and innovative eco-system providing tools, systems, and adapters for the standardized, openly-available, and vendor-neutral Open Standard Business Platform.


Papyrus IC

The Papyrus Industry Consortium is organized under the Polarsys Working Group, and is intended to provide resources focused on enhancing the Papyrus projects for systems engineering.



The Science Working Group hosted by the Eclipse Foundation is a collaboration of people developing software components used for basic scientific research.



The Eclipse Sparkplug Working Group will drive the evolution and broad adoption of the Eclipse Sparkplug protocol and related technologies that enable the creation of open, interoperable, Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions.


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