Overview: The T-Engine Forum promotes, and performs research and development on, the T-Engine architecture, proposed by Prof. Ken Sakamura of the University of Tokyo as the standard development platform for real-time embedded systems. In 2004, The Forum also began building a ubiquitous computing environment using T-Engine. The main activities of the Forum are: to research and develop the T-Engine architecture and carry out survey studies for its standardization; to research development and drafting of the T-Engine open specification; to spread and promote T-Engine architecture; to collect, exchange, and provide information concerning the construction of an ubiquitous computing environment; to coordinate related organs concerned with that environment; to promote the T-Engine architecture using Web pages, etc.; to achieve a distribution platform for T-Engine middleware using E-commerce; and any other operations necessary to achieve the objectives of the Forum.
Specifications: Available at: http://www.t-engine.org/specifications
IPR Policy: Available at: http://www.t-engine.org/wp-content/themes/wp.vicuna/pdf/en_US/TEF000-P002-01.00.01_en.pdf
Current Status: Active
Last Updated: March 5, 2014