Laura Clark, Lynne Canavan, Nina Tucker, Adam Mitz, Christine Judd, Matt Judd, Erik Hendriks, Andy Krassowski, Char Wales
The DDS® standard is for data-centric distributed systems that enables developers to build distributed applications with real-time, highly available, secure, low latency data access and exchange. Its architecture is based on the publish/subscribe messaging paradigm, allowing applications to send and receive data without having to establish direct connections with each other. Applications can subscribe to topics published by other applications and vice versa, allowing for a wide range of data exchange scenarios, data delivery reliability and scalability. It is often used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, industrial automation, healthcare, and finance. Its distributed data communication capabilities make it well-suited for use cases such as autonomous vehicles, industrial automation, smart grids, logistics systems, and more.
Join the DDS Foundation for an informative and interactive mini-forum on the DDS® standard. Whether you're new to DDS or an experienced user, this event will provide you with updates on the DDS protocol, interoperability with other standards, use cases and more. The session concludes with a panel discussion and audience Q&A. Learn why the DDS standard has been adopted by companies such as Intel, IBM, Microsoft, Bosch, and Siemens.
Get involved today by visiting https://www.dds-foundation.org/ or contacting DDSFfirstname.lastname@example.org.