OMG Workshop on DOC Middleware for Real-time and Embedded Systems

OMG Workshop on DOC Middleware for Real-time and Embedded Systems

Post by Douglas C. Schmi » Fri, 27 Jun 2003 10:46:14

Hi Folks,

        The following may be of interest to CORBA developers,
reseearchers, and users.  There will be lots of talks about Real-time
CORBA and interesting applications of Real-time CORBA to real-world
systems.  In addition, the day after the OMG workshop (July 18th),
we'll be holding the 3rd annual TAO workshop in Arlington, VA.  Please

for the preliminary TAO workshop program and

for registration information.  If there are any questions, please let
me know.




OMG Hosts Fourth Annual Workshop on Distributed Object Computing for
Real-time and Embedded Systems
July 14 - 17, 2003, Arlington, VA

The Object Management Group(tm) (OMG(tm)) will hold its fourth annual
Workshop on Distributed Object Computing for Real-time and Embedded Systems
from July 14 through 17, 2003 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington,
VA, USA. Exclusively sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects
Agency (DARPA) and PrismTech, this highly interactive workshop will include
tutorials, case studies and in-depth technology sessions, as well as a
vendors' panel and poster session.

The workshop will kick-off with a day of tutorials covering Real-time
CORBA?, the OMG Smart Transducers Specification, Software Communication
Architecture and more. On the remaining days of the workshop, attendees will
hear from a number of speakers who will share their experiences with
Real-time and Embedded Distributed Object Computing. Session topics are as

- Model Based Development of Real-time Systems
- Domain Frameworks
- Fault Tolerance
- Deeply Embedded Systems
- Implementing Real-time CORBA Specifications
- High Assurance and Security
- Component Architectures

A Vendors' Panel and a Poster Session will also be held. During the Vendor's
Panel moderated by OMG's Andrew Watson, vendors of Real-Time and Embedded
Systems implementations will briefly discuss topics including, their future
plans, and ideas on standards conformance and suggestions for future
standardization. A panel on Directions in Military Middleware is planned for
the second to last day of the workshop.

The OMG invites Real-time and Embedded Systems users and vendors to attend.
Complete agenda, hotel and registration information is available at

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