RTI at embedded world: Integrating Resource-Constrained Devices in a Distributed Real-Time System
February 04, 2021
On March 1st, at the first all-digital embedded world exhibition and conference, Real-Time Innovation’s Thijs Brouwer will be presenting, “Architecting Scalable Real-time Systems with Embedded Devices: Connecting the Edge to the Cloud.” Brouwer’s session will discuss how integrating resource-constrained devices in a distributed real-time system may pose design challenges and also how two recent developments are now helping to address these challenges, the DDS-XRCE protocol and the Layered Databus Architecture.
During the session, RTI’s Thijs Brouwer will also demonstrate how DDS-XRCE enables these devices to be treated as if they were normal DDS participants and how, per the company, together with the Layered Databus Architecture, full integration of these entities is achieved, allowing for flexible communications and scalability at all levels.
To register visit: https://www.embedded-world.de/en/participants/reasons-for-participating
For more information about the embedded world 2021 conference and sessions, visit: https://events.weka-fachmedien.de/embedded-world-conference/program/