The top floor of building Otto-Hahn-Str. 16 is our new home since the last relocation.
BaaS Model-House: Movie Presentation at ITEA Event 2016
The Model-House movie was presented at April, 28th, 2016, during the Eureka Innovation Week in Stockholm, Sweden, with very good responses.
PG ExcitingErgoRides: Gamescom-Exhbitors 2015
That's the exhibition booth of the student project group "ExcitingErgoRides".
The assembling of ergometer, movement simulation platform and Kinect observer, as depicted here, is subject of the succeeding project group "Gamification 4 Rehabilitation".
Since December 2008, the TU Dortmund is member of the Webservices standardization initiative OASIS. In particular, our group contributes there to the standardization of DPWS / WS DD as a voting member of the OASIS Web Services Discovery and Web Services Devices Profile (WS-DD) Technical Committee.
We are a member of the consortium of the international EU/Eureka/ITEA project OSAmI.
A short description of the German subproject is here.
The project is funded by the German Federal Minister of Education and Research (BMBF)
We are member of the WS4D initiative which brings service-oriented technology to application
domains of embedded systems (see http://www.ws4d.org/).
We participate - together with our Dortmund Partner - Materna Information & Communication - in the standardisation process of DPWS at OASIS as a member of the WS-DD initiative.
Together with Materna - Information & Communication, Dortmund, we developed the Microjava - based Web Services For Devices Server Implementation Java Multi Edition DPWS Stack (JMEDS) which can be downloaded from http://www.ws4d.org/), too.
NEW: Nov. 13th, 2007 - the software is available. A further member of the initiative is the Universität Rostock, which applied gSOAP and developed a "C"-based DPWS stack. Moreover Axis was applied and a Standard Java Edition based DPWS-Stack was developed.
It has to be mentioned, that Microsoft Windows Vista already contains a compatible DPWS implementation.
Furthermore it has to be mentioned, that the well-known French Automation System company Schneider Electric developed a "C"-based DPWS implementation, too.
At the annual ITEA Symposium, held in Paris on 5 and 6 October 2006, the SIRENA project was attributed the prestigious 'ITEA Achievement Award 2006' for outstanding contribution to the EU - EUREKA - ITEA programme.
The Dortmund Partners, Materna Information & Communication and the RvS-Group of the Computer Science Department of the University of Dortmund, made strong contributions.
Particularly, we developed the Model-based Management Approach and the Tool MoBaSeC providing for the automated management of embedded Web Service Systems.
Moreover, a lightweight Microjava-based Web Service Stack was developed in Dortmund.
The project has been funded by the German Federal Minister for "Bildung und Forschung".
We are a member of the international project SIRENA.
The project homepage is here.
Information regarding the Dortmund tasks is here.