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Wednesday, November 7 • 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Real-Time Linux in Industrial Appliances - Martin Bis, BIS

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Booming usage of Linux in embedded environments is creating an on-going demand to use this general-purpose operating system in industrial control devices and other fields, previously reserved for classic real-time operating systems. Talk covers success story of Linux based embedded ARM system controlling weight dosing in injection-molding process (plastics industry). Practical, universal (applicable to most SoCs), open-source solution is presented: embedded Linux, process control application and responsive, QT based GUI. Emphasis is put on problems occurring and solutions: advantages and disadvantages of RT-PREEMPT and Xenomai from a practical point of view. Presentation includes latency measurement results and techniques.
The talk is intended for all interested in using Linux in in real-time applications. Knowledge of embedded Linux and kernel internals will be helpful.


Martin Bis

I have been dealing with Linux in embedded systems since 2007. I run training and consulting company, and help my customers to migrate from proprietary embedded software to open-source solutions. I wrote book (in Polish): 'Linux w systemach embedded' ('Linux in embedded systems'). My next book is being published. It is covering real-time aspects of embedded Linux and its usage in industrial automation, based on my experiences in implementing... Read More →

Wednesday November 7, 2012 2:45pm - 3:30pm

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