Business needs and technologies are evolving at an increasing pace and in a desynchronized manner.
This makes the development and maintenance of software applications extremely complex, both in the fields of Information Systems and Embedded Systems.
Providing the appropriate design and development tools thus remains a genuine challenge for many companies wishing to industrialize their developments, ensuring the code produced matches business needs and is consistent with architecture choices and development standards
Every company has specific skills and development methodologies that tools must take into account:
Each of these tools can be customized and configured on the basis of your expertise and specific characteristics, before being assembled within an integrated platform such as Eclipse.
With this approach, symbolized by the DSL (Domain Specific Languages) approach, your tools allow you to highlight what sets you apart from your competitors.
Obeo has already developed numerous ready-to-use modeling solutions that can be easily reused and adapted to your context (generators, data modelers, plug-ins, etc.). Thanks to these solutions and a team of experts, we offer you a pragmatic approach to help you increase your agility as well as your productivity.
Thanks to a model-based and automatic code generation approach (Model-Driven Architecture), Obeo helps you:
Based on our customers’ needs, each software factory developed by Obeo can integrate:
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The goal of the ministry is to control its application assets from end to end and reduce ownership costs, in particular by favoring Open Source software.
Obeo supported the ministry in creating a collaborative modeling tools and JavaEE code generators deployed across the ministry.
CEA DAM (French Atomic Energy Commission, Military Affairs Division) needed to ease the development and the upgradability of its simulation modules.
The approach adopted by Obeo involves describing the modules in UML independent of the execution technology and to generate automatically efficient code for massively parallel computers.
The CNES has defined a model-based approach to generate RTSJ source code, a Java version designed to support both hard and soft real-time application.
In order to easily configure space systems middlewares, Sirius has been used to complement a UML modeling workbench (based on Eclipse) with a DSL dedicated to the communication protocols.