Real-time and Embedded System Forum

April 25-29, 2005

Jurys Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin, Ireland

RTES Forum Introduction/Current Work/Future Work Opportunities including Consumer Electronics and Medical Devices,  (Open Session)                                                                                                          Monday, April 25: 1400-1745   Joe Bergmann/The Open Group

  • 1400-1445 Forum Introduction - Glen Logan, Chair RTES Forum
  • 1445-1515 Consumer Electronics Going Forward - Joe Bergmann
  • 1515-1545 Break
  • 1545-1615 Medical Devices Certification Requirements - Joe Bergmann
  • 1615-1645 Indus Agent Technology - Kallol Borah, Aumega Networks
  • 1645-1745 CE Issues Going Forward with Consumer Electronics and Medical Devices, Group Discussion, Facilitator - Doug Locke, Locke Consulting LLC

Open Architecture For Real-time (Open Session)                                                                                Tuesday, April 26: 0900-1730    Glen Logan/Open Systems Joint Task Force

  • 0900-0930 Overview - Glen Logan, OSD AT&L, Open Systems Joint Task Force
  • 0930-1030 Architecture moving to a Net-centric Environment a European Perspective - Mike Gordon, Lockheed Martin Stasys
  • 1030-1100 Break
  • 1100-1145 MDA for Reliable Real-time Systems - Chris Raistrick, Kennedy Carter Limited
  • 1145-1230 STEP, the Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data – David Price, EuroStep
  • 1230-1330 Lunch
  • 1330-1400 Service-Oriented Architectures - Rob Walker, BEA
  • 1400-1445 Service-Oriented Architectures - The Right Side Up - James Pasley, Cape Clear Software
  • 1445-1530 Service-Oriented Architectures - US Army Requirement, Van Zander, Tidewater Technology
  • 1530-1545 Break
  • 1545-1615 Eclipse:The Development Environment for Portability of Applications - Alex Wilson, Wind River
  • 1615-1645 Application Portability Across POSIX/LINUX/UNIX Environments – Andrew Josey, The Open Group
  • 1645-1715 POSIX/Linux Portable Application Design - Doug Locke, Locke Consulting LLC
  • 1715-1800 Going Forward - Discussion/Requirements to support Software Portability - Facilitator Doug Locke, Locke Consulting

Open Source for High Assurance Safety Critical Environments (Open Session)                           Wednesday, April 27: 0900-1830    Joe Bergmann/The Open Group

  • 0900-0930 Barriers on using Open Source (Myth, Perception or Reality) - Edwin Lee, Raytheon
  • 0930-1030 The Open Group and Open Source - Karl Schopmeyer, The Open Group
  • 1030-1100 Break
  • 1100-1215 Open Source, Free Software and COTS in High Assurance Environments: The Ada Example - Franco Gasperoni, Managing Director, AdaCore
  • 1215-1330 Lunch
  • 1330-1415 Linux in High Availability Environments - Alan Roberson, IBM
  • 1415-1500 Understanding Intellectual Property Rights, Licensing and Distribution - Steve Nunn, The Open Group    
  • 1500-1545 Making the Business Case – Victor Yodaiken, FSMLabs
  • 1545-1600 Break
  • 1600-1700 Open Source Panel Discussion – Doug Locke
  • 1700-1830 High Assurance Safety Critical Real-time OS Profile Update - Ben Calloni, Lockheed Martin - A collaborative Effort with IEEE PASC SSWG RT and ARINC 653 APEX Working Group

 

Security for Real-time (HA-SRT)/High Assurance Safety Critical (HA-SC) (Open Session)
Thursday, April 28: 0830-1230    Edwin Lee/Raytheon & Michael McEvilley/Mitre                          (Parallel Session with SCRT Java -- see below)

 
  • 0830-0900 Introduction - Edwin Lee, Raytheon
  • 0900-1030 Protection Profiles Supporting MILS Separation Kernel - Michael McEvilley, MITRE
    • Console Protection Profile - Rance DeLong, Lynux Works
    • Partitioning Communications System Protection Profile – Gordon Uchenick, Objective Interface Systems   
  • 1030-1100 Break
  • 1100-1230 Guide Books - Edwin Lee/ Michael McEvilley, Mitre
    • Manager's Guide to Information Security/High Assurance for RTES
    • Developer's Guide to Information Security/High Assurance for RTES
  • 1230-1330 Lunch
  • 1330-1530 Towards Layered Assurance for High Assurance Critical Systems –Michael McEvilley, MITRE/Rance DeLong, Lynux Works
    • MILS Architecture/High Assurance Design Guidance
    • Issues in Layered Assurance Evaluation/Certification
  • 1530-1600 Break
  • 1600-1730 Continuation - Towards Layered Assurance for High Assurance Critical Systems
  • 1730-1800 Going Forward - Edwin Lee/Michael McEvilley     

 

Safety/Mission Critical RT Java Specification Work (Parallel Session with HA-SRT/HA-SC see above)
Thursday, April 28:  0800 - 1900        Doug Wells/The Open Group
                                           Participation in the SCRT Java Specification Work Group is limited to members of the WG or by invitation.  Contact:   d.wells@opengroup.org

  • 0800-0815 Introduction - Doug Wells, The Open Group
  • 0815-0915 Update of the HIJA Safety Critical Java Proposal - Dr.-Ing. James J. Hunt, Aica
  • 0915-1015 Applying RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) Principles to Development of a Safety-Critical Java Specification - Dr Kelvin Nilsen, Aonix
  • 1015-1030 Break 
  • 1030-1900 Safety Critical RT Java Specification Work Group – Facilitator Doug Wells .                                                                                                                                          

Safety/Mission Critical RT Java  (Friday Morning Open Session)                                                          Friday, April 29: 0800-1230         Doug Wells/The Open Group

  • 0800-0815 Overview - Doug Wells, The Open Group
  • 0815-0845 Update NASA Project and Relationship to current SC RT Java Activities – Dr John Anton, Kestrel Technology
  • 0845-0915 Update HIJA Project - Dr.-Ing. James J. Hunt, Aicas
  • 0915-1015 Avionics Use Case of The  HIJA Project – Stephane Leriche, Thales Group
  • 1015-1030 Break
  • 1030-1100 Safety Critical Requirements in Support of UK MoD Projects- Anthony Smith, QinetiQ
  • 1100-1230 Consideration of other Requirements and Moving Forward - Doug Wells et al.

 

                                     Agenda as of 27 April 2005, 2000 Hours US East Coast