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Marcella Haghgooie (Sr Field Applications Engineer, Applied Dynamics International (ADI))
Date: Wednesday, May 15
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Track: ESC Boston, Track B: Embedded Software Design & Verification
Vault Recording: TBD
This session will provide an introduction for some and refamiliarization for others of fundamentals of real-time computing, with basics like step times, frame times, jitter, system latency, determinism, and model discretization. Next, we will look at the evolution of Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS), compare commercial RTOS versus real-time Linux, and discuss interesting new open-source projects targeting real-time embedded and real-time Industrial IoT applications. We will compare the performance of commercial RTOS versus Linux by looking at the results of specific real-time benchmarks. We will review computing technology that has advanced in support of real-time applications and computing technology developed for other purposes that offers benefits to modern real-time computing. Fast-growing new computing markets, such as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), are expanding the demand for real-time computing within edge devices and beyond and are giving rise to distributed architectures that make use of new approaches. Finally, we will look at real-time software development strategies, best approaches to achieve high-performance real-time computing and data handling, discuss examples of non-deterministic real-time code, and examples of technology platforms that have suffered by ignoring these best practices during initial development.
In conclusion, best practices from decades of real-time asset development, deployment and verification, show how users greatly reduce development and debugging time while acquiring the data to assure reliable real-time performance for critical applications. Thus, simplified time-deterministic programming enables domain expert engineers to focus on developing application algorithms while embedding high-performance system services that performs with trusted determinism.
Attendees should come away with newly reinforced appreciation for the differences between traditional, asynchronous, non-time-critical software development and real-time coding methods. Thissession bridges decades of legacy mathematical and computing fundamentals with new open source projects and powerful hardware technology enabling wide-spread use of time-critical and mission-critical computing.