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Perseverance rover reaches Mars with RTEMS
After years of preliminary work by NASA and a traversed flight distance of 292 million miles, the Perseverance rover successfully landed on Mars on 18th February 2021. One of the main goals of the Mars mission is to search for signs of primeval microbial life. The rover will analyse the geology of the planet and the climate of earlier times, and will be the first mission to collect and store Martian rocks and regolith (broken rocks and dust).
Gigabit data logger for high-speed and ADAS applications
For the development and validation of systems for autonomous vehicle management, real traffic scenarios are usually simulated and tested in the laboratory. Since pre-processing is carried out directly in the sensor front end with modern radar sensors, this can result in a gap in coverage during the testing and validation of object detection. In addition, the optimisation of algorithms for testing in real traffic is very complex and seldom reliabl...
Symmetric multi-processing for presentation at DASIA 2017
embedded brains will hold a lecture on the SMP (Symmetric Multiprocessing) extension of the open-source real time RTEMS operating system on May 31st 2017, at this years DASIA (Data Systems in Aerospace) conference in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Embedded brains to lecture at data systems in aerospace conference
At this years´ DASIA - Data Systems in Aerospace - conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, embedded brains will hold a lecture on the SMP (Symmetric Multiprocessing) extension of the open-source real-time RTEMS operating system on May 31, 2017. The presentation will be held by the software architect Sebastian Huber and will focus on the SMP-specific extensions and the time response scaling.
ADAS or Autonomous Vehicles?
Many analysts are secretly consulting their crystal balls to predict the automotive future. Regardless of what it will bring; high tech sensor systems will definitely play a decisive role. By Thomas Doerfler, Managing Director, embedded brains GmbH.
Can wireless sensors enable tomorrow's homes?
How can wireless sensors enable the autonomous homes of tomorrow? By Christian Mauderer, System Design Engineer, Software and Hardware Development, embedded brains.