Many years of experience in the field of controlling in different large size companies.
The user interface is increasingly important. Devices, which used to work in the background without display, now have basic LCD displays, for editing status information. Embedded java or embedded QT are only two of many available possibilities. Mobile computing devices continuously offer new interfaces such as touch screens or voice recognition input.
Training on the job, which is based on existing knowledge, allows for fast and effective learning of features of a new operating system or a new technique. Through individual training within the project an experienced team of developers acquire the necessary skills. With our Training on the job, we can help you on the problem at hand right away. And you get the additional benefit of incr easing your productivity for projects to come.
It is no longer a secret that Linux can be used for technical applications with soft real-time conditions. In the future, real-time characteristics will play an increasingly important role in mobile computing and consumer electronics (multimedia). Audio and video broadcasting will have to be displayed on limited resources without interruption. Linux also offers a series of solutions for applications with hard real-time conditions.
Using benchmarks can usually only provide a mean value. In order to measure the 'worst case' in the system, a specific workload is created; this still does not ensure that the worst case threshold is really achieved. The workload consists of more or less ingenious programs, which are supposed to make the system work as much as possible. The disadvantage of this method is that the 'worst case' is only achieved by chance. Our method artificially produces this situation in the system in order to measure the precise delay. Thus we make sure that the worst case really occurs and can be measured. In cooperation with the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich, the measuring method to gain performance data is improved all the time (more information in german)
Using Open Source in a Home Entertainment System
Recently we have developed an entertainment system, to stream audio and video data to different small devices (PDA, thin clients). To stream multiple streams at the same time, the video data is transmitted using cable, where's audio streaming is also possible through WLAN. For more information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of Embedded Linux
Using Open Source Software (OSS) for embedded systems can provide substantial advantages over commercial software, particularly when reliability and long-term support are key requirements. Therefore an TCO study has to address both the technical advantage and the business case for using open source. By combining the technical and economical skills at emvisio, we are able to provide you with the necessary information to choose the best hard- and software combination for your project.
decision for a technical product is in most cases based on a comparison
of technical data. As for embedded systems/real-time systems this
is not an easy task. Manufacturers usually provide only part of the
data that is important to the developer. Besides, manufacturers use
their own measuring methods for the data they publish, which makes
comparisons difficult. Our
work has shown that in certain situations, delays -
so-called latency periods - can occur in user applications. The reason
for these delays can be found in the operating system. Our methods
provide information about worst-case scenarios within a system, where
latency periods are maximised.
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think it is time to understand different technologies in hardware
and software as a whole. Our expertise in embedded systems and the
use of latest technologies and processes enables us to create solutions
for the future; our advanced
technical standards allow our solutions to adapt when requirements
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From the TV set
and video recorder to microwave ovens, phones, cars and many more:
Embedded systems are everywhere:
they accompany our daily life in household, public and industry.
Embedded systems steer trains,
control chemical processes and nuclear power stations. Security
systems are unthinkable without embedded systems and
- as a result - the security requirements for embedded systems themselves
are increasing. emvisio is the new consultancy in the embedded
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