Industrial Embedded Systems (INES), a project to promote the adoption of Open Source software funded by the European Union (EU), has begun publishing a collection of papers and presentations on the use of embedded Linux in the “real world.”
Individually, the papers provide insight into implementing industrial projects with embedded Linux. Collectively, they provide gathering evidence that embedded Linux continues to pop up in the darnedest places. Enjoy . . . !
- System control and surveillance for industrial doors and warehouse truck docks
- Remote site slot machine metering system
- Real-time shop floor management
- Turbine vibration monitoring
- Multi-camera computer vision system
- Gas station fuel level and pricing
- Food hygiene and industrial water supplies monitoring
- Monitoring of urban environment
- Embedded weighing system
- Line printing system for industrial production
- Urban waste management systems
- Chemical and laboratory analyzers
- GSM Base stations remote monitoring
- Large LED display control
Please note: Be sure to check the INES website for any possible updates to these projects, as well as the appearance of new industrial projects and products based on embedded Linux and open source technology.
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