Real-Time and Embedded Systems
The course is concluded - good luck with your final exams.
Course code: Comp4330 & Comp6433
to the main ANU course for Real-Time and Embedded Systems. The focus of this course is to communicate all basic real-time concepts and how they relate to phyiscal devices. You will learn how to design a real-world system which can be relied upon under any foreseeable circumstances.
|Logic based, sustainable, autonomous flight. Research at the Australian National University 2013 (Ben Coughlan). On-board control, energy harvesting & management, navigation and telemetry implemented in programmable logic (no CPUs). Airframe based on a commercial, 4-m-wingspan glider (Pulsar).|
Help and support is provided on many levels:
- Attend all the lectures (come with a clear head and an empty note-pad).
- Do all the labs - our tutors are experienced and will always listen and point you towards a productive direction.
- Talk to your classmates. Form a learning group with your friends.
- Use the forums - chances are you are not the only one with this question.
- Contact us - any of us (e-mail addresses below). We won't be sitting on the phone 24/7, but most of us are electronically reachable most of the time. All e-mails will be answered - mostly surprisingly fast, but please keep in mind that this is a n-to-1 communication form and n is large.
- Most importantly: if you feel that you are or might be getting into trouble then see us straight away. If you hit a wall, neither staring at it, nor ignoring it will make it go away -> you will need to become active and talk to somebody. Almost anything can be put back on track, if you give us a chance to suggest a solution in time.
Lecturer in charge:
- Ben Coughlan | e-mail