In an earlier post, I identified ISO20022 as a model-driven success story. Here, I give some other examples of model-driven from e-Government and telecommunications. They are not all at the same level of maturity, but the reason why a model-driven approach makes sense is the same.
Founded in 2007 by Tricia Balfe and David Garry, and based in Cork, Ireland, Nomos builds and sells products relating to rules, models and data. Nomos is the greek word for regulation or law, and is the root of some English words such as ‘autonomy’ meaning ‘self-rule.’
Board of Directors
Tricia Balfe, Co-founder and Managing Director
Tricia is Managing Director of Nomos Software and has over 20 years experience in the software industry. She has worked on a whole range of software development and IT projects and is very familiar with the communication problems that can arise. She has first hand experience of the practical benefits of modelling and code generation in streamlining processes and reducing costs on IT projects.
David Garry, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer
David is CTO and head of R&D at Nomos Software. David has years of experience in software engineering, building and delivering production quality software for highly complex systems.
Chris Horn, Non-Executive Director
Chris Horn was co-founder of Iona Technologies, one of the most successful indigenous Irish software companies and acted as its CEO and Chairman. Iona was an early implementer of the CORBA standard from the OMG. Read Chris Horn’s biography.
Tricia Balfe, Managing Director
David Garry, Chief Technology Officer and Head of R&D
The company is funded by South Cork Enterprise Board, Kernel Capital and Enterprise Ireland.
Edward Willink represents Nomos Software on the OCL and QVT RTFs at the OMG.
30 years working with embedded and Digital Signal Processing software have motivated Ed’s desire for good Model-Driven tools.
On the implementation side at Eclipse, Ed is leader of the Model to Model Transformation component, the OCL project and the QVT Declarative project. Ed is also a committer on the QVT Operational project.