Announcing New Release of CoreDX DDS: v3.6
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January Newsletter 2014
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New Release of CoreDX DDS: version 3.6
Twin Oaks Computing is proud to announce the availability of the newest CoreDX DDS release: CoreDX DDS v3.6. This release provides a standards-based, interoperable publish-subscribe middleware with all the features of the Data Distribution Service standard and minimal resource requirements. CoreDX DDS v3.6 delivers wider platform support, greater API coverage, increased performance and scalability, all within the same small footprint of our previous versions. Download your free 30 day trial here (registration required).
Neya Systems Relies on CoreDX DDS
Neya Systems is creating a software development kit (SDK) for the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Control Segment Architecture, a framework representing the software-intensive capabilities of current and emerging UAS programs in the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force. The architecture works toward establishing commonalities to more easily acquire, integrate, and extend UAS control system capabilities. The goal is to develop an architecture based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles that will be adopted as a common basis for acquiring, integrating, and extending the capabilities of the control systems for UAS. Read more here...
Draper Laboratory Chooses CoreDX DDS for IDRL Tracking System
Draper Laboratory has developed a layered, multi-sensor system for precision tracking in radio frequency challenged settings. This Inertial Doppler Radio Locator (IDRL) has the ability to track individual mobile units (soldiers, manned and autonomous ground vehicles, and UAVs) with a high degree of accuracy in environments with limited GPS availability and minimal infrastructure. Offering Time Space Position Information (TSPI) coverage in rugged outdoor and indoor GPS denied environments over large operational areas, IDRL has the capability of real-time tracking in support of range safety of personnel in the presence of autonomous vehicles. Read more here...
Frequently Asked Question: Problems we solve
Question:I would like to use CoreDX DDS in with my embedded operating system that does not support pthreads. How do I use the no-threads version of CoreDX DDS?
Answer:Small and embedded environments are our passion and specialty, so it is great to hear that you will be using CoreDX DDS with your embedded environment!
Your application will use the same (standard) CoreDX DDS libraries, weather or not they are using threading. To thread or not to thread is configured in CoreDX DDS using a QoS policy on the DomainParticipant: CoreDX_ThreadModelQosPolicy. In this QoS policy, configure the “no_threads” option to ‘1’ or ‘true’.
We provide an example application using CoreDX DDS without threading (including setting the QoS policy and periodically handing over control to CoreDX DDS) included with your CoreDX DDS evaluation package: “hello_nothr”.
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