The OSADL Project: Realtime Linux Workshops

The OSADL Project: Realtime Linux Workshops

Real-time Linux – Use and Applications

Real-time Linux is a technology that is emerging. The mixture of difficult real time coupled with a huge variety of developed and developing features inside Linux makes this a solution that is attractive. The talk covers steps to start working together with real-time Linux and shows working examples. Some significant success tales are presented.

Complex control systems, applications of DIAPM-RTAI at DIAPM

The applications presented here are two digital adaptive vibration suppression experiments: the increase regarding the normal damping of a sizable versatile truss making use of on/off atmosphere jet thrusters; and also the decrease in the acoustic emissions of the panel making use of piezoelectric materials as distributed sensors and actuators. In the 1st situation the adaptation for the controller is obtained by combining an identification step utilizing a Vector-Channel Lattice Filter, recursive both over time and purchase, and a complete state controller centered on a robust multi-input-multi-output pole placement strategy; into the 2nd one the adaptive scheme is founded on a Diagonal Recurrent Neural system. Continue Reading “The OSADL Project: Realtime Linux Workshops”