Core topic Real-time data processing and communications
Real-time OS support not available for new hardware
Whenever analogue and digital worlds are connected, i.e. electronic systems measure or control the physical world, data must be processed and communicated in real time, which means within a defined period of time. New hardware and its processor architectures are usually not supported on the operating system side for tasks in real time. Consequently, these new systems are not per se capable of deriving statements for the next process step of an application through real-time data processing.
We research application-specific implementation of real-time operating systems for new hardware
We are conducting research to find out which real-time operating systems can be implemented in which form for which real-time application and the new hardware required there. To do this, we are looking for high-performance on-board communications paths, efficiently exploit multi-core architectures with real-time support and connect industry-compliant communications stacks to the processing.
Dr.-Ing. Tino Hutschenreuther
Head of System Design
tino.hutschenreuther(at)imms.de+49 (0) 3677 874 93 40
Dr. Tino Hutschenreuther will answer your questions on our research in Smart distributed measurement and test systems and the related core topics Analysis of distributed IoT systems, Embedded AI and Real-time data processing and communications, on the lead applications Adaptive edge AI systems for industrial application and IoT systems for cooperative environmental monitoring as well as on the range of services for the development of embedded systems.
IMMS develops real-time capable platform and algorithms for mobile multi-sensor inspection device for conveyor belt maintenance
In EdgeCam, IMMS provides the smart communications between cameras of a virtual safety zone for truck cranes.
Novel methods have been developed with which data lines in running industrial plant can be monitored cost-efficiently.
Novel transmission systems for 5G mobile communications will enable real time interaction for IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
Friedrich Becker, TURCK Electronics GmbH
“With its experience in the spheres of signal processing and integrating communications and systems for industry, IMMS contributed significantly to the execution of the science which the partners in Chemnitz and Offenburg derived from theoretical principles in cable diagnostics and communications interfaces.”
Dr. Uwe Stöpel, Funkwerk
“The result of the collaboration is a prototype which serves to log and monitor freight train functions along the whole length and to transmit the data in real time. And not only from that: also in the general cooperation, IMMS has accelerated the progress of the project by thinking along with our requirements and being open-minded in finding solutions that matched the need and the environment.”
Prof. Dr. Peter Holstein, SONOTEC GmbH
“IMMS has designed the digital components of the hardware to be used in our new digital ultrasonic testing device. The signal processing performance achieved is largely based on FPGA technology, a field in which IMMS has excellent references. Our joint work with IMMS went off perfectly.”
Kontinuierliches Monitoring von Ethernet-KabelnSebastian Uziel1.
Online-Stammtisch Sensorik 4.0, Diagnoselösungen in der industriellen Anwendung, 20. Mai 2021, online1IMMS Institut für Mikroelektronik- und Mechatronik-Systeme gemeinnützige GmbH, 98693 Ilmenau, Germany.
Ko2SiBus - Kontinuierliche und Kostengünstige Signalanalyse für Ethernet-basierte Bus-SystemeSebastian Uziel1. Manuel Schappacher2.
Fachzeitschrift Elektronik, 08.2020, 9. April 2020, S. 28 - 341IMMS Institut für Mikroelektronik- und Mechatronik-Systeme gemeinnützige GmbH, 98693 Ilmenau, Germany. 2FH Offenburg.
A Cost-Efficient and Continuous Ethernet Cable Diagnosis Technique based on UndersamplingAhmed Yahia Kallel1. Sebastian Uziel2. Manuel Schappacher3. Axel Sikora3. Thomas Keutel1. Olfa Kanoun1.
2019 10th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS), Metz, France,18 - 21 September 2019, pp. 695-700. DOI: doi.org/10.1109/IDAACS.2019.89244581Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany. 2IMMS Institut für Mikroelektronik- und Mechatronik-Systeme gemeinnützige GmbH, 98693 Ilmenau, Germany. 3Hochschule Offenburg, Germany.
The sound of ultrasoundNicki Bader1. Peter Holstein1. Hans-Joachim Münch1. Sebastian Uziel2. Tino Hutschenreuther2. Steffen Seitz1.
26th International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV26), 7 - 11 July 2019, Montréal, Canada, ISBN: 97815108926991SONOTEC Ultraschallsensorik Halle GmbH, 06112 Halle, Germany. 2IMMS Institut für Mikroelektronik- und Mechatronik-Systeme gemeinnützige GmbH, 98693 Ilmenau, Germany.