Airbus - CIDS Cabin Management System
High-Tech for air passengers: In Airbus aircraft, software from redlogix controls comfort and safety functions in the plane's passenger compartments and supports the crew in their daily work.
If every byte counts...
In many products that surround us every day, software works on microcontrollers with very limited resources (memory, processing power, energy). This software must be highly optimized in order to reliably perform its work on the limited hardware platform.
Testing in a Virtual Environment
The combined employment of a SiL and Hil based test environment (SiL = Software in the Loop, HiL = Hardware in the Loop) from redlogix for verification of embedded software in the medical field ensures patient safety.
Better Safe than Sorry
In complex industrial systems and devices that may imperil their environment or man, safety control systems with software from redlogix ensures safety even in exceptional situations.
Modern metering devices allow fine-grained time-dependent tariffs that enable energy supply companies to provide incentives for their customers to consume energy when it is available at low cost.
Testing on the Assembly Line
With the help of the application and communication framework developed by redlogix, our customer can efficiently implement test bench applications for the production of intelligent metering devices.
Black-Box for Railway Vehicles
Continuous recording of operating data in order to determine fault causes is needed not only in aircraft. That is why rail vehicles are equipped with data recorders for the exact same purpose - with software from redlogix.
Astronomy in the Sky
The redlogix control software for the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) supports scientists to make interesting new discoveries in the endless expanses of the universe.
The Stars within Reach
With control software made by redlogix the European Southern Observatory (ESO) operates one of the largest astronomical telescopes in the world, the Very Large Telescope (VLT), on Mount Paranal in the Chilean Andes.
Motors in Motion
The motor controller module that was developed by redlogix and is tailored to the specific requirements of the Very Large Telescope, controls a large number of axes within the VLT.
A fundamental handicap of ground-based astronomical telescopes, the effect of atmospheric turbulence can be compensated with adaptive optics. redlogix has faced this technically highly demanding task.
Astronomical Instruments in Control
The Unit Telescopes of the VLT can be interlinked to form a huge astronomical interferometer. The control software for astronomical instruments used therein is provided by redlogix.