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2021-09-06 12:00

"OSADL Track" at EWC 2022: Call for Papers

All about legal and technical issues and solutions when using Open Source software in industry

2021-02-09 12:00

Open Source OPC UA PubSub over TSN project phase #3 launched

Letter of Intent with call for participation is now available

2016-11-12 12:00

Raspberry Pi and real-time Linux

Let's have a look at the OSADL QA Farm data

2016-09-17 12:00

Preemption latency of real-time Linux systems

How to measure it – and how to fix it, if it's too high?

Details of the Real Time Linux Foundation Working Group Project

OSADL Project: Real Time Linux Workshops

Real Time Linux Foundation Workshops since 1999

Real Time Linux Workshops

1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009

Fourth Real-Time Linux Workshop on December 6 to 7, 2002, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Announcement - Agenda - Paper Presentations - Kickstart Sessions - Linux in control Birds of a feather (BOF) session

Linux in control BOF


Real-time Linux kernel variants or even standard Linux kernels are often used for control applications, whether they are embedded or run on desktop computers. In particular, many projects combining open source in general and control evolve on the internet, e.g. matPLC (LinuxPLC) which aims at an implementation of a SoftPLC under Linux, OROCOS a framework for open source robot control, MCA the modular control architecture to name just a few listed here. There are certainly many similar, even not published projects which shows a lot of parallel effort.

During the Real-Time Linux Workshop in Boston, a BOF session on the topic of control employing open source technologies will be organized. The goal of this session is to get people from different control projects together, to discuss what developments could be done in common, whether or not a common real-time core is possible, what kind of funding could be found, what technical meetings could be organized, etc.

For more information contact Herman Bruyninckx or Peter Wurmsdobler.  

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