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Dear Models attendees, Obeo is a proud supporter of the Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems conference. We know that your Models agenda will be full since this conference is one of the key events in the field of graphical modeling. But we hope to see you there. Right from the beginning on Sunday, meet our expert team at our tutorial. You will learn how to create a domain-specific graphical modeling workbench with Eclipse technologies including Ecore Tools, Eclipse Sirius, Acceleo... Although we will be really pleased to welcome you at our tuto, we also highly recommend Pascal Roques’s one dealing with Capella. Do not also miss Cetic’s presentation during the Second International Workshop on Executable Modeling. There will be some kind of SiriusCon’s spirit at Models! Indeed, you will benefit from our expertise at the Modeling Clinic. It will be the first time that you will get a specific space where you could meet experts of your preferred modeling technologies. Whethe...
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  On July 18th, Obeo will be at the 26th annual Incose International Symposium, a key date for the Systems Engineering community. Meet there Samuel Rochet and the Thales team at the PolarSys shared booth where you will get the opportunity to discover Capella, the first field-proven, extensible and Open Source Model-Based Engineering workbench. Indeed, Thales and Obeo combine their expertise to provide a wide offer that covers the complete life-cycle for the professional setting-up and deployment of Capella. As usual, Incose will be full of great talks and we highly recommend these ones: - Simplifying (and enriching) SysML to perform functional analysis and model instances on Monday 18th 2:15-2:55 pm at Pentland Auditorium - Transportation Industry Roundtable Part 1: Overcoming complexity: how transportation is tackling systems issues in multi-project, multi-contract deliveries on Monday 18th 3:30-5.30 pm at Tinto room Edinburgh here we go!...
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  After the success of the first edition, SiriusCon is coming back on Tuesday, November 15th 2016! This one-day free event is the perfect time for the Open Source modeling community to meet and to share with the developer team behind the Eclipse Sirius innovative technology Although it’s free, book early as the number of places is limited! Register now Advanced features presentations, examples of Sirius uses, tutorials for both beginner and advanced users, a Sirius Clinic where you can get feedback on your projects… do not miss the 2016 edition! If you have interesting topics to say and to show about Sirius, we invite you to propose a talk We are interested in: Testimonies about how Sirius is used in your working contex Extensions of Sirius technology to meet specific or general purpose needs Other cool stuff with Sirius! Proposed format is 25' for the presentation + 5' for questions. Just drop us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to submit an abstract of your presentat...
  Toulouse, aerospace capital city, will hold EclipseCon France from June 7th to 9th: the perfect occasion to discover the new Eclipse Neon innovations. We hope that many of you plan to come and are looking forward to talk about Eclipse Sirius 4.0. It will also deal with Capella, a graphical modeling technology developed by Thales for Systems, Software and Hardware Architects Not registered yet? It’s still time! Register now With 3 talks, 1 workshop, 1 booth, and 7 experts: Obeo will be once again at the core of the conference! Let’s meet at ‘The Pink City'!...
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  After the success last year of the one day free event dedicated to Eclipse Sirius in Munich, we come back on June 27th for a new roadshow! Just bring your laptop and enjoy! What is Sirius? Sirius is an Open Source technology that you can use to easily create your own graphical modeling tool. Sirius is an Open Source project hosted by the Eclipse Foundation. Gathering a growing community, it has already been successfully deployed in numerous industrial projects (aerospace, industry, communications…). What about the Sirius Roadshow on June, 27th? This free event is open to systems or software architects who need a custom graphical modeling tool. In the morning you will discover Sirius and several concrete uses-cases Graphical Modeling of Physical Equation Systems by ETAS-Bosch Model-based systems engineering with Capella, a tool developed by Thales In the afternoon, supervised by our team, you will create a specific graphical workbench dedicated to your own domain...
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