A Linux-Based Approach to Building a Real-Time Industrial Ethernet Network for Automation
Originally Recorded January 19, 2016
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
This webinar will demonstrate how an open source solution may be used to create a Linux real-time Industrial Ethernet Bus Master. We will discuss eight practical requirements for building a real-time industrial network and show how each of those requirements can be met. The solution is based on using the open source Industrial Ethernet protocol, POWERLINK.
Other topics including minimizing the effects of electrostatic noise, providing integrated network safety, and delivering high availability control systems will also be covered. We will also show how to build and maintain a Linux kernel and supporting applications using state-of-the-art development tools. Furthermore we will discuss the integration between the kernel and hardware acceleration modules on modern embedded microprocessor architectures and FPGAs that minimize system jitter and maximize the industrial machine’s performance.
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This webinar is filed under:
Motion Control & Motors