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Embedded Control & Monitoring

NIDays 2016

Face au progrès rapide de l’Internet des objets et à la pression croissante à acquérir toujours plus avec un budget moindre, de plus en plus de nouvelles technologies font constamment leur apparition dans le monde d’aujourd‘hui. D’autre part, les coûts et les risques liés à la réalisation de systèmes embarqués de haute qualité ont aussi augmenté et un grand nombre d’entreprises sont à la limite de leurs capacités. La série de conférences „Embedded Control & Monitoring“ illustre comment maîtriser les défis actuels présents dans votre entreprise à l’aide de présentations d’utilisateurs et d’exemples concrets de l’industrie.

 

 
11h00 – 11h45 A Safety System for Experimental Magnets Based on CompactRIO
Sylvain Ravat, CERN
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11h45 – 12h30 Choosing a Software Architecture for Your Next Embedded Application
National Instruments
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12h30 – 13h30 Pause de midi/visite de l’exposition
13h30 – 14h30 Keynote : Are we Seeing the End of Switzerland as a Location for Industry ?
14h30 – 14h45 Changement de salle
14h45 – 15h30 A Time Machine to Protect Future Power Systems
Dr. Reza Razzaghi, Andrea Polini, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
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15h30 – 16h00 Pause café/visite de l’exposition
16h00 – 16h45 Getting the Most out of Your NI Linux Real-Time Target
National Instruments
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16h45 – 17h30 Orion : A Powerful and Compact Multichannel Portable Rotor Dynamics Vibration Measurement System for Turbomachinery
Steve Gillon, Elstar Elektronik
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17h30 – 18h30 Apéro/visite de l’exposition

11h00 – 11h45
A Safety System for Experimental Magnets Based on CompactRIO

Sylvain Ravat, CERN

The Magnet Safety System (MSS) for the large LHC experimental magnets was designed, developed at CERN and commissioned in 2002. Some of its components like the isolation amplifier or FPGAs are not available on the market any longer. The system was therefore modernised based on CompactRIO devices. We will show the design and implementation of the MSS2 system for two large superconducting magnets.

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11h45 – 12h30
Choosing a Software Architecture for Your Next Embedded Application

National Instruments

Developing software for embedded applications can be challenging. For starters, the business logic for these systems is rarely simple. However, the real challenge often lies in processes like connecting that logic to I/O, integrating the application into an existing system, and ensuring that the application runs properly for months or years at a time. These projects also frequently encounter logistical challenges such as supporting multideveloper teams with tight time-to-market pressures. At this session, discover how a good architecture can help address these issues and review your different architecture options.

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14h45 – 15h30
A Time Machine to Protect Future Power Systems

Dr. Reza Razzaghi, Andrea Polini, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

The paper presents the design, implementation and performance analysis of a novel protection relay based on Electromagnetic Time Reversal method running in real-time network simulator developed using an NI-cRio platform. The results show the method’s satisfactory performance, robustness against several uncertainties in power systems and high accuracy versus low computational cost.

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16h00 – 16h45
Getting the most out of your NI Linux Real Time target

National Instruments

We'll examine useful packages you can install to your NI Linux Real-Time distribution and their interaction with LabVIEW. Examples include enhancing user mode security through the use of IP Tables and file encryption, accessing an NFS file system for distributed applications, and how to install GCC, python and node.js to compile and reuse code. Build your knowledge and toolbox so you can make the most of the existing open source IP available to run on your NI Linux Real-Time target.

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16h45 – 17h30
Orion : A Powerful and Compact Multichannel Portable Rotor Dynamics Vibration Measurement System for Turbomachinery

Steve Gillon, Elstar Elektronik

Elstar Elektronik presents its Orion vibration analysis and rotor dynamics system based on a CompactDAQ platform, which offers up to 32 vibration measurement channels, and a powerful multi-plane, multi-speed in-situ balancing module, packaged in an extremely compact and portable roadcase.

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