Sessions_Middleware_In_Action

Session Middleware In Ation

Schedule: Wednesday November 23, 2011, 01:00 to 04:00pm.
Room: Main Amphitheater.
President of Session:tbc

Program

1. OCELOT: Interactive multimedia and augmented reality for tele-engineering

Schedule: 01:00 - 01:20
Speakers: Benjamin JAILLY, Christophe GRAVIER, Marius PREDA, Jacques FAYOLLE, Telecom Saint Etienne
Abstract: Online Engineering allows users to perform tele-operation over the Internet. It is used in collaboratories, distance learning curriculum, and remote maintenance processes. Tele-operation over the Internet is however restrained by the development time and cost of ad hoc solutions. These solutions a) are hardly reusable, b) present a low fidelity of the human computer interface, and c) does not encompass interoperability. We present here an approach for building tele-operation Human Computer Interfaces based on interactive multimedia and augmented reality. The framework is divided into three parts: the client, the middleware and the device side. On the client side, the end-user commands the remote device using widgets in the multimedia interface, generated using the MPEG-4 BIFS standards. The solution is also collaborative, i.e. enabling multiple users to interact with the same remote device and providing group-awareness tools (chat, audio, colored-based widgets). The feedback information is seen as a combination of natural video content, produced by an IP camera capturing the instrument and synthetic graphics corresponding to elements of the device input interface (control panel). The middleware side is deployed on top of JOnAS application server, which provides in particular a JMS implementation with JORAM and an embedded database with HSQL.The device drivers are developed using the Interchangeable Virtual Instruments (IVI) standards, which improve interoperability between devices of the same class. OCELOT is hosted by OW2 and is licensed under the LGPL. More information at http://ocelot.ow2.org 

2. Build an "a la carte"web console with Kerneos2


Schedule: 01:20 - 01:40
Speakers: Florent Benoit, Bull
Abstract: (english version to come soon). Kerneos fournit un caneva pour construire rapidement des consoles Web modulaires et dynamiques dans un look WebOS. Il s'appuie sur les technologies Adobe Flex 4.0, GraniteDS et OSGi. KernEoS est  actuellement utilisé dans les projets OW2 JOnAS et OW2 JASMINe comme socle de leurs consoles d'administration. La version 2 supporte l'authentification, la gestion de profils et permet à l'utilisateur final de composer son interface à partir d'un dépôt d'applications distant et partagé. 

3. Nuxeo, an open source platform for content-centric business applications, Stéphane Fermigier, Nuxeo

Schedule: 01:40 - 02:00
Speakers: Stéphane Fermigier, Nuxeo
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4. Leverage OSGi in the business applications with JOnAS

Schedule: 02:00 - 02:20
Speakers: Guillaume Sauthier, Bull
Abstract: (english version to come soon) La technologie OSGi permet de construire des applications modulaires et dynamiques.
Originalement conçue pour le développement de services embarqués dans les passerelles
réseau, OSGi a ensuite investi le domaine des middlewares Java d'envergure de part sa capacité à faciliter
l'intégration d'un grand nombre de composants. Cette session essaiera de démontrer comment
cette technologie peut être intéressante pour construire des applications métier en s'appuyant sur un serveur
d'application OSGi. La version 5.3 de JOnAS sera présentée avec un focus sur les dernières avancées en terme
de service OSGi utilisateurs.

5. Talend

Schedule: 02:20 - 02:40
Speakers: Cédric Carbone, CTO, Talend
Abstract: 

6. Kalimucho project (technical presentation)

Schedule: 02:40 - 03:00
Speakers: Marc Dalmau, LIUPPA/UPPA
Abstract: 

7. Building a generic PLM model

Schedule: 03:00 - 03:20
Speakers: Florent Garin, Docdoku
Abstract:
PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) software solutions aim at managing the entire lifecycle of a product from its conception to its disposal through the manufacturing stage.PLM systems involve the whole enterprise, they gather at a central point data, business processes and people. They expose backbone services for the company, their partners, their subcontrators and more generally all the products’ stakeholders.They manage descriptions of the products from a business and engineering point of view.Setting up a PLM solution remains a difficult exercise because of the complexity and the diversity of the customer requirements as well as the transversal aspect of PLM.Moreover if PLM systems tend these days to expand their user base to apparel or pharma sectors most of their core concepts are still bound to the manufacturing industry, the sector which was the first to adopt PLM.From that observations, we decided to design a PLM model suitable and relevate for various types of industries. For instance, even service oriented companies could benefit from a tool that manages their product lining strategy.Moreover the genericity of the model should not only facilitate the applicability of the solution to companies of any kind but also insure the adaptability inside the enterprise itself. Such qualities seem to be essential in a world where technology evolves continuously and customers change their minds all the time ! 

8. Jasmine Probe, Julien Legrand, Bull

Schedule: 03:20 - 03:40
Speakers:
Abstract:

Break (03:40 - 04:10)

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