Overview

This is the support project for AXCIOMA, the component framework for distributed, real-time, and embedded systems.

AXCIOMA is a comprehensive software suite combining eleven Object Management Group (OMG) open standards being LwCCM, DDS, DDS4CCM, AMI4CCM, CORBA, IDL, IDL2C++11, RPC4DDS, DDS Security, DDS X-Types, and D&C. AXCIOMA supports the design, development, and deployment of a distributed component based architecture. It is the component framework enabling the Industrial Internet of Things or IIoT.

AXCIOMA supports state, event, and request-reply based interaction patterns between components. The concrete communication middleware between the components is a deployment decision, not an implementation decision!

AXCIOMA supports the implementation of components using the IDL to C++11 language mapping. AXCIOMA supports DDS and CORBA based interaction patterns out of the box. Through a flexible and powerful framework you can add your own domain specific interaction support.

For a high level overview of the features and capabilities of AXCIOMA check our AXCIOMA website.

The AXCIOMA wiki contains basic install and usage instructions for AXCIOMA. The wiki, download, forum, and issue sections of our AXCIOMA support portal are accessible for users with a valid license.

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Latest news

AXCIOMA v2.0.0 available
Remedy IT is pleased to announce the availability of AXCIOMA 2.0.0!
Added by Johnny Willemsen 10 months ago

Remedy IT announces AXCIOMA v1.1.0
Remedy IT is pleased to announce the availability of AXCIOMA 1.1
Added by Johnny Willemsen 12 months ago

Remedy IT announces AXCIOMA v1.0.0
Remedy IT is pleased to announce the availability of AXCIOMA 1.0
Added by Johnny Willemsen over 1 year ago

Remedy IT releases dedicated AXCIOMA website
Remedy IT has released a dedicated website for AXCIOMA, the component framework for distributed, real-time, and embedded systems.
Added by Johnny Willemsen over 1 year ago

AXCIOMA using Visual Studio 2015 RC runs successful!
Just two weeks after porting TAOX11 our team has successfully run the first AXCIOMA Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 build!
Added by Johnny Willemsen about 2 years ago

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