Real-Time Systems

This is a hardware and software system capable of substituting a microprocessor or a PLC in controlling machinery.
The system guarantees the real-time performance of a microprocessor, and adds important features typical of a LINUX-driven system: flexibility, and graphical and network interface. This system is perfectly suited for machinery working on small-production series, that needs to be often reconfigured, because it makes this task extremely quick and easy.


A LINUX-driven machine control offers the following advantages:

  • Input/output management made easy
  • Management of touch-screens and keyboards, that make the configuration process extremely easy
  • Remote monitoring and support through an internet connection, using common LINUX tools