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Hiding real-time: A new approach for the software development of industrial robots

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Hiding real-time: A new approach for the software development of industrial robots
—Software development for industrial robots is still strongly limited by the use of old-style robot programming languages. These languages are tailored to meet a special requirement in robotic control systems: The need for hard real-time control. This requirement mainly seems to prevent the transition to methods and tools of today’s software engineering, like software development processes, object-oriented programming and modern development environments. This paper introduces a new architectural approach that enables this transition by introducing a strict separation between real-time critical control and non real-time critical application functionality. This can lead to an industrialization of software development for industrial robotics.
Alwin Hoffmann, Andreas Angerer, Frank Ortmeier, M
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IROS
Authors Alwin Hoffmann, Andreas Angerer, Frank Ortmeier, Michael Vistein, Wolfgang Reif
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