Distributed Object Computing for RT and Embedded Systems

July 9-12, 2007       Washington, DC, USA

Distributed Object Computing for RT and Embedded Systems

Software standards for real-time and embedded systems must support stringent resource, reliability, and timing requirements. The challenge is particularly acute for middleware standards, which have to cope with performance and reliability variations of the underlying infrastructure. The Object Management Group (OMG) provides a widely-used set of standards for this purpose, including the Data Distribution Service (DDS) middleware standard, for the predictable distribution of real-time data with minimal overhead, and the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), with support for real-time scheduling, fault tolerance and resource-constrained systems. OMG’s Unified Modelling Language (UML) standard supports real-time analysis and design, and its Model Driven Architecture (MDA) is used to create applications from models.

Following the success of past real-time and embedded workshops, OMG is hosting this workshop as a forum for standards users, researchers and implementers to share their experiences. Presentations and discussions at the workshop will also help shape the future of OMG standards.

The workshop Programme Committee is seeking proposals for presentations of experience reports, evaluations, case studies or research papers relevant to:

- Real-time systems
- Embedded systems
- Fault-tolerant systems
- High-Integrity systems
- Mission- and Safety-critical systems
- Robotics
- Software-defined radio systems
- Design tools for real-time distributed systems
- Information Assurance for embedded systems

Abstract deadline: Thursday 1st, March 2007

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