Introducing COVESA Central Data Service Playground v0.1.0

 

 

We are excited to announce the release of the Central Data Service Playground (CDSP) version v0.1.0. This initial release, v0.1.0, includes a Docker deployment to simplify development and enhance connecting the Playground with a wide range of technology.

We extend our gratitude to all contributors who made this release possible!

VSS Remotive Labs
June 19, 2024
Stephen Lawrence
June 19, 2024
Stephen Lawrence

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We are excited to announce the release of the Central Data Service Playground (CDSP) version v0.1.0. Originating from the COVESA Data Architecture and Infrastructure group, the Playground has been developed to provide a neutral, open playground for data services both within and outside the vehicle in the context of data-centric architectures. It enables investigation into the internals of these services and how they can be combined as part of the COVESA ecosystem.

Furthermore, the playground provides a means to publish and collaborate on such work in the open. By leveraging shared terminology, patterns, and tools, the community can move swiftly from understanding the basics to practical application, enhancing collaboration, and sharing development costs, leading to quicker outcomes.

This initial release, v0.1.0, includes a Docker deployment to simplify development and enhance connecting the Playground with a wide range of technology. Developed as a ‘project of projects,’ it uses Apache IoTDB as the VSS data store to provide an advanced set of time series data processing functionality, and the COVESA VISSR project to provide a data server for the COVESA VISS (Vehicle Information Service Specification) API. In addition, there is a growing online documentation site and set of examples, which includes a data feeder (bridge) for the RemotiveLabs virtual signal cloud platform to provide a source of real car data. 

At the recent COVESA Spring AMM in Gothenburg, v0.1.0 was demonstrated in the Showcase and explained in a series of sessions in the Technical Track. This highlights the benefit of attending the COVESA AMMs in person. You can also find the presentations from the sessions here.

Code contributors to this release of the first toolset in the Playground have included Ford, BMW, and Renesas. Looking to the future, the community is now focused on expanding that toolset, using it to tackle industry challenges, and creating examples of how to do that. For example, BMW is actively developing a Knowledge Layer Connector, and GM is discussing the integration of its uProtocol Simulator. Look forward to more blogs as the project progresses!

Explore the COVESA Central Data Service Playground v0.1.0

GROUPS & PROJECTS

Join the COVESA Central Data Service Playground project and explore the array of groups and projects available to members.

COVESA members are actively launching and contributing to collaborative projects that advance the mobility ecosystem, focusing on accelerating connected vehicle systems.

COVESA code is openly available on GitHub, and more information on COVESA projects can be found on the COVESA Wiki.

Related Pages

Organizations interested in joining the Alliance as active members can learn more at www.covesa.global/join.

Explore the COVESA Central Data Service Playground v0.1.0