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Workshop on Real Time Operating Systems and Applications and Second Real Time Linux Workshop on November 27 to 28, 2000, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA

Agenda


Monday, 27.11.2000

8:00 Registration and coffee

8:50 Welcome addresses,
Kevin Jeffay, Victor Yodaiken, Nicholas McGuire, Peter Wurmsdobler

09:00 - 10:20 APPLICATIONS, Part 1
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Philip Daly )
09:00 PC-Based Open Architecture Servo Controller for CNC Machining,
Surya Kommareddy
09:20 PICARD on RT-Linux: A Component Software Architecture for the Real-Time Control System,
Osok Song
09:40 Real-Time Linux: Testing and Evaluation,
Phil Wilshire
10:00 Simulation-Based Temporal Debugging of Linux,
Lars Albertsson

10:20 Coffee break

10:40 - 12:00 APPLICATIONS, Part 2
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Pierre Cloutier )
10:40 Employing Real-Time Linux in a Test Bench for Rotating Micro Mechanical Devices,
Peter Wurmsdobler
11:00 Monitoring and Analyzing RTAI System Behavior Using the Linux Trace Toolkit,
Karim Yaghmour
11:20 Some Experience in Fast Hard Real-time Control in User Space with RTAI-LXRT,
Emanuele Bianchi
11:40 Telemetry Using Soft-Realtime,
Jürgen Keidel

12:00 Lunch break

13:00 - 14:20 APPLICATIONS, Part 3
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Phil Wilshire )
13:00 Remote Data Acquisition and Control System for Mössbauer Spectroscopy Based on RT-Linux,
Zhou Qing Guo
13:20 A Coming Age for GPS: A RTLinux GPS Receiver,
Brent Ledvina
13:40 Robot Control Using Real-Time Linux,
Pavel Andris
14:00 Architecture of a Two-Axis Positioning Gimbal Control,
Stephen Cohen

14:20 Coffee break

14:40 - 16:00 CONTRIBUTIONS, Part 1
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Steve Papacharalambous )
14:40 Sharing Memory between Kernel and User Space in Linux,
Tomasz Motylewski
15:00 COMEDI - The Linux Control and Measurment Device Interface,
David Schleef
15:20 The Serial Port Driver of Real-Time Linux,
Jochen Küpper
15:40 SimulinuxRT - the MATLAB/Simulink Real-Time Interface,
Quanser Consulting

16:00 Coffee break

16:20 - 17:40 CONTRIBUTIONS, Part 2
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Emanuele Bianchi )
16:20 The Real-Time Controls Laboratory, an Open Source Hard Real-Time Controls Implementation Platform,
Edgar Hilton
16:40 Interfacing Real-Time Linux and LabVIEW,
Philip Daly
17:00 Real-Time Linux Meets LabVIEW,
Thomas Leibner
17:20 MiniRTL - Hard Real-Time Linux for Embedded Systems,
Nicholas McGuire

17:40 END


Tuesday, 28.11.2000

8:00 Coffee

09:00 - 10:20 POSITION PAPERS, Part 1
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Bernhard Kuhn )
09:00 DIAPM-RTAI Position Paper,
Pierre Cloutier
09:20 FSMLabs RTLinux V3 and Beyond,
Victor Yodaiken
09:40 Open Real-Time Linux,
Chi-Sheng Shih
10:00 Using Real-Time Linux in Safety Critical Applications,
Thomas Bihari

10:20 Coffee break

10:40 - 12:00 POSITION PAPERS, Part 2
(15 mins presentation, 5 mins Q+A, Chair: Bernhard Kuhn )
10:40 Some Discussion on the Low Latency Patch for Linux,
Kwei Jay Lin
11:00 Recent Developments with Linux/RK,
Ragunathan Rajkumar
11:20 Architecture for a Portable Open Source Real-Time Kernel Environment,
Giuseppe Lipari
11:40 Flexible User/Kernel Communication for Real-Time Applications in ELinux,
Christian Pöllabauer

12:00 Lunch break

13:00 - 17:00 JOINT SESSION WITH RTSS 2000
13:00 Free Software Movement and the development of the GNU/Linux operating system,
Richard Stallman

14:30 Coffee break

15:00 PANEL DISCUSSION:
Development of RTOSes and the position of Linux in the RTOS and embedded market,
Victor Yodaiken, Pierre Cloutier, David Schleef, Philip Daly, Ragunathan Rajkumar, Bernhard Kuhn

17:00 - 18:00 RTLINUX INSTALL PARTY


HANDS ON RTLINUX TUTORIAL

in parallel to presentations on Monday 13:00-17:00, Tuesday 10:00-12:00 and 13:00-17:00:

  • Introduction to RTLinux
  • Introduction to application programing
 

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