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5 Aug, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Stella, our Nucleus powered, self-balancing robot generates kernel and application level trace data which is then visualized using Sourcery Analyzer. Arvind Raghuraman, Staff Engineer on the Nucleus RTOS team and creator of Stella, will give you a tour of Stella’s application layer trace visualization. Arvind previously instrumented Stella’s relevant application layer variables including … Read More

ReadyStart, PID, robot, code instrumentation, stella, control systems, Trace, trace analysis, application layer, RTOS, inverted pendulum, software development, Nucleus, Sourcery Analyzer, Embedded

29 Jul, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Stella, our Nucleus RTOS powered, self-balancing robot generates kernel and application level trace data which is then visualized using Sourcery Analyzer. Sourcery Analyzer is used to detect and explore wheel angle bias, and test the hypothesis that perhaps the corrective pulse width signals are causing the wheel angle bias. We also use the measurement tool to quantitatively characterize the worsening … Read More

ReadyStart, PID, robot, code instrumentation, stella, control systems, Trace, trace analysis, application layer, wheel angle bias, RTOS, inverted pendulum, software development, Nucleus, Sourcery Analyzer, Embedded

26 Jun, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano So, what sorts of things can you create with Mentor Graphics’ embedded software development tools and platforms?  How about a self-balancing robot named Stella?  The Nucleus ReadyStart development platform, which includes the Nucleus RTOS, Sourcery CodeBench IDE and toolchain and Sourcery Analyzer performance and analysis tool, was used in the development of Stella. Stella the robot is an inherently … Read More

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14 Feb, 2011

J VanDomelen The Northrop Grumman-built U.S. Navy X-47B, an Unmanned Combat Air System–Demonstration (UCAS-D) Next-gen Unmanned Fighter, took its maiden flight on a hazy California morning, Feb. 4, 2011 at Edwards Air Force Base. The flight began at 2:09 p.m. PST and lasted for 29 minutes. The goal of the program is to create a tailless, fighter-sized unmanned system capable of safely landing and taking off from … Read More

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