MARTe2 is a C++ modular and multi-platform framework for the development of real-time control system applications developed by Fusion for Energy. This technology could find many applications in the scientific community and industry for control systems of equipment or embedded technologies.
The MARTe2 real-time software is a multi-platform C++ real-time framework to carry out control algorithms, interfaces and services in different operating systems and platforms. This new software architecture is built upon a layered-based library that provides a series of key concepts such as a highly efficient logger mechanism, a built-in object introspection, a garbage collection of named objects and data-driven object creation and configuration. One of the main advantages of the MARTe architecture is the bold separation between the platform specific implementation, the environment details and the real-time algorithms (i.e. the user code). This clear separation of elements has allowed to reuse many components inside the same environment, thus increasing its quality and robustness.
MARTe2 is built upon a layered-based library that make codes safer and easier to debug. The software could find many applications related to control and data acquisition systems (from the scientific community to industrial suppliers). It could also be very useful for the real-time control of embedded technologies (limited amount of memory, number of cores and clock speed).
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