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BCX challenge #2

Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle

November 7-9, 2022 in Berlin

Join us

You want to be part of BCX22? We have great news: Everybody can get a free ticket and join us for three days of hacking.

The tickets include:

  • Hackathon participation
  • All-day catering
  • Winner pitches and networking party at BCW22 on November 9

Simply fill out the application form and tell us about your skills and motivation!

#2: Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle

About the hackathon
Every year BCX draws on developers, product owners, product managers, UX experts, entrepreneurs, and innovators from more than 45 countries. In 2022, BCX takes place from November 7–9, at one of the coolest locations in Europe, STATION-Berlin. In total, 300 selected participants will have 30 hours to team up and tackle several exciting challenges, using tons of connectable devices and software artifacts.

About the challenge: Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle
The Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle working group is focused on accelerating innovation of automotive-grade in-car software stacks using open source and open specifications developed by a vibrant community of leading engineers and best-in-class organizations. When joining this hack challenge, attendees will be not only collaborating on the first projects of the working group, but they will also be having a direct impact on the development of the larger technology ecosystem that will define the future mobility and the connected vehicle through open-source.

Join this hack challenge if you are interested in embedded and cloud systems and you have a vision and expertise on how to build together with us and our partners the fundamentals of the connected car software of the future!

The Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle working group is focused on accelerating innovation of automotive-grade in-car software stacks using open source and open specifications developed by a vibrant community of leading engineers and best-in-class organizations. When joining this hack challenge, attendees will be not only collaborating on the first projects of the working group, but they will also be having a direct impact on the development of the larger technology ecosystem that will define the future mobility and the connected vehicle through open-source.

Join this hack challenge if you are interested in embedded and cloud systems and you have a vision and expertise on how to build together with us and our partners the fundamentals of the connected car software of the future!

Available hardware

  • Coming soon!

Available software

  • Coming soon!

Patronage of this challenge

The Eclipse Foundation provides a global community of individuals and organizations with a mature, scalable, and business-friendly environment for open source software collaboration and innovation. The Foundation is home to the Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE, and over 350 open source projects, including runtimes, tools, and frameworks for a wide range of technology domains such as the Internet of Things, automotive, geospatial, systems engineering, and many others.

The Eclipse Foundation is a European-based international not-for-profit association supported by over 300 members who value the Foundation’s unique Working Group governance model, open innovation processes, and community-building events. Members include industry leaders who have embraced open source as a key enabler for business strategy. Bosch has been a strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation since 2015.

Hackathon Partners joining this hack challenge (coming soon)

800 developers at BCX20

In 2020, almost 800 developers gathered at STATION-Berlin for BCX20 to work on use cases in 14 different hack tracks.

Do you have questions?

How do I find team mates? What if I don’t have an idea? You can find tons of answers on our FAQ page.

800 developers at BCX20

In 2020, almost 800 developers gathered at STATION-Berlin for BCX20. Here’s what happened in the 14 different hack tracks.

Do you have questions?

Do you have any questions about BCX22? You can find tons of answers on our FAQ page.