Yes, we are just starting. Indeed we are a little overcome. We have
experience with Linux, but neither with Real Time or QNX, so everything is
new. Our experiments run actually in a robotic setup working with NT, but
definitely we want to do a quality jump changing to QNX .
I am particulary impresed by the fact that the Canadian Robotic Arm used in
the ISS is using QNX. This gives us a good motivation .
Thank you for the link to WARG!
Surelly see you soon.
“William Bull” <email@example.com> wrote in message
This is excellent work! QNX has been used for many robotics and industrial
automation projects. In particular, the MIT Media Lab has a robotics lab
using QNX, the Canadian Arm used in constructing the Space Station is
a QNX based vision system and you may be interested in the University of
Waterloo’s WARG project.
I expect to see Chris McKillop posting here in a day or two. Here’s a link
Do you have a particular hardware configuration for your project, or are
just starting out?
“Carlos Beltran” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
news:a4dg22$st8$> email@example.com> …
We are a research group in Italy working in biological inspired robotic
systems. We intent to create a robotic experimental setup using a
QNX’s machines. We are highly interested to contact research groups or
people with adquired experience doing this kind of stuff.
We are particularly interested in next issues:
-High performance network connections ( optic fiber, gigabit, multiple
networks cards [does FLEET do this work??]).
-Avaible FrameGrabbers with QNX drivers.
-Avaible Motion Control Boards with QNX drivers.
-Avaible Analogic/Digital convertors…
-High capacity image distribution alternatives…
-Robotic architectures based in IPC.
-Adecuate computer hardware configurations…
If you want to know more about us please just visit our web site:
We will apreciate any help.
Gretting from Italy.
Laboratory for Integrated Advanced Robotics
Department of Communication, Computer and Systems Science (DIST)
University of Genova.