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HRTC Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 20 October 2005

IST HRTC Project

Image The HRTC project tried to evaluate CORBA technology as an infrastructure for networked control systems.

Get more details in the HRTC Project Website.

Last Updated ( Monday, 22 January 2007 )
 
MERCED Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 20 October 2005

MERCED Project

Real-time and embedded (RT/E) systems are becoming increasingly more complex. To simplify the process from component to system design, component-based development seems a feasible solution.

The underlying idea is to build complex systems by reusing and assembling COTS components. Achieved benefits are time development and cost decrease, productivity increase, component robustness, component quality, etc. The main focus being on reusability of components for the RT/E domain.

Bearing this approach in mind, the goals of the MERCED (Market Enabler for Retargetable COTS Components in Embedded Domain) project are threefold:

Development of market enablers: To define and implement a RT/E component reuse and development environment prototype and a component repository including both domain specific and cross-domain components Reusability approach for RT/E systems: to address the separation of concern, i.e, minimisation of platform and device dependencies Definition of a roadmap: from MERCED market enablers to industrial repository for component exchange

The overall project considers the OMG's CORBA component-container model (CCM) as a basis to be adapted for Real-Time and Embedded systems (interaction models, containers, assembly, configuration and deployment, execution infrastructure).

Project Partners:

  • Axlog
  • CEA-List
  • DS2
  • ESI
  • MSI
  • Robotiker
  • Thales Communications
  • TIMA/INPG
  • Telvent
  • Trialog
  • Schneider Electric
  • Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 10 October 2006 )
 
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