Detail publikace

CAN Based Control System Application in Robotic and Airborne Systems

Originální název

CAN Based Control System Application in Robotic and Airborne Systems

Anglický název

CAN Based Control System Application in Robotic and Airborne Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper deals with the distributed Controller Area Network (CAN) based control system design for experimental Autonomous Locomotion Robot (ALR) VUTBOT-2. It also features a System of Aviation Modules (SAM) description for airborne applications. Distributed control system of the ALR is generated by microprocessor units, which are linked by the CAN. As a Higher Layer Protocol (HLP) the CANAerospace protocol was chosen. CANAerospace is an extremely lightweight protocol/data format definition, which was designed for highly reliable communication with microprocessor-based systems in airborne applications via CAN. It is successfully implemented with the SAM.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper deals with the distributed Controller Area Network (CAN) based control system design for experimental Autonomous Locomotion Robot (ALR) VUTBOT-2. It also features a System of Aviation Modules (SAM) description for airborne applications. Distributed control system of the ALR is generated by microprocessor units, which are linked by the CAN. As a Higher Layer Protocol (HLP) the CANAerospace protocol was chosen. CANAerospace is an extremely lightweight protocol/data format definition, which was designed for highly reliable communication with microprocessor-based systems in airborne applications via CAN. It is successfully implemented with the SAM.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT7663,
  author="István {Szabó} and Vladislav {Singule} and Vladimír {Opluštil}",
  title="CAN Based Control System Application in Robotic and Airborne Systems",
  annote="This paper deals with the distributed Controller Area Network (CAN) based control system design for experimental Autonomous Locomotion Robot (ALR) VUTBOT-2. It also features a System of Aviation Modules (SAM) description for airborne applications. 
Distributed control system of the ALR is generated by microprocessor units, which are linked by the CAN. As a Higher Layer Protocol (HLP) the CANAerospace protocol was chosen. CANAerospace is an extremely lightweight protocol/data format definition, which was designed for highly reliable communication with  microprocessor-based systems in airborne applications via CAN. It is successfully implemented with the SAM.",
  address="Process Engineering Publisher",
  booktitle="Advance Engineering Design - Set of Summaries",
  chapter="7663",
  institution="Process Engineering Publisher",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="1",
  publisher="Process Engineering Publisher",
  type="conference paper"
}