Eurotech Showcases Open Source Integrated Solutions for the Internet of Things at JavaOne

JavaOne Attendees Will See Live Open Source Software Stack Demonstrations and Presentations in San Francisco

Columbia, MD – September 22, 2014 – Eurotech, a leading supplier of embedded technologies, products and systems, today announces they will be running live demonstrations, giving technical presentations, and exhibiting at the JavaOne event in San Francisco, from September 28 through October 2, 2014. Eurotech’s hardware and software solutions on display at JavaOne include a new gateway running our implementation of Kura, the open source software framework project in the Eclipse Foundation and the Everyware Software Framework (ESF), Eurotech’s full Java-based software framework, as well as the Everyware Cloud solution for remote device management and data storage for historical trending and analytics.

Conference session presentations
Creating a Java IoT Gateway, Sept 30 at 2:30 p.m., presented by David Woodard, Eurotech’s software engineering lead on Eurotech’s commercial and open source software framework
Java in the Air, Sept 30 at 4:00 p.m., co-presented by Marco Carrer, Eurotech’s VP of Software Development

Demonstrations
- Greenhouse demo with Kura running on Raspberry Pi board using MQTT and COAP protocols in Eclipse Foundation Booth #5615
- Greenhouse demo extended with remote device management and data storage in Eurotech Booth #5616 with Everyware Cloud M2M Integration Platform
- Environmental monitoring demo using ReliaSENS and Everyware Cloud in Eurotech Booth #5616

“Reaching Java developers at JavaOne requires us to be on target with our strategy for the software framework, which builds on Java embedded SE and presents an open source implementation that lets developers both use and extend the code,” explains Marco Carrer, VP of Software Development for Eurotech. “We give developers a step up in their creative programming efforts by integrating our software building blocks in Kura, ESF and Everyware Cloud with our portfolio of multi-service gateways.”

“The number of projects joining the Eclipse IoT Working Group demonstrates the level of interest developers have in open source IoT technology,” says Mike Milinkovich, executive director for the Eclipse Foundation. “The Eclipse Kura project is a great example of open source technology that accelerates the development of IoT solutions by providing the developers the foundational elements to connect and manage IoT gateways.”

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