ISR Systems Seminar: Sameer Joshi, "Prototyping Environment for Distributed Embedded Systems"
Wednesday, October 4, 2006
2460 A.V. Williams Building
301 405 6576
ISR Systems Seminar
Prototyping environment for distributed embedded systems
Pathway Technologies Incorporated
(Alumnus of ISR/Mechanical Engineering)
In this talk we will demonstrate Pathways RapidNetPro 1.1 system. RapidNetPro 1.1 is a cost-effective, high-performance, flexible environment for prototyping of distributed embedded systems which have become ubiquitous in the automotive, aerospace and process industries. RapidNetPro 1.1 allows you to automate the distribution of your model from one Simulink diagram to multiple real-time targets without having to write any code. RapidNetPro 1.1 sets up the communication between the targets automatically, gives you full control of parameters and allows you to monitor signals from all components of your distributed model from a single user interface.
Sameer Jashi obtained his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland at College Park in 2002. Currently a project engineer with Pathway Technologies Incorporated, Dr. Joshi leads advanced research and development efforts in robotics, modeling and simulation, embedded systems design, fault detection and isolation, and prognostics algorithms for automotive systems. Dr. Joshi has more than five years of experience in modeling and simulation of robotics and automotive systems. He has served on numerous technical committees and has published more than 15 papers in refereed journals and conference publications.
Group discussion with graduate students 4:30 p.m.