Besides the projects I have done for several companies I'm doing research in the use of Linux for measurement and automation for quite some years.
Linux is an operating system which is freely available over the internet. It is very well suited for embedded systems. Due to it's great scalability it can be used on nearly every modern microprocessor available today - be it a microprocessor or a mainframe.
In this area I'm currently working on the following problems:Mobile mini measurement computers with ethernet interface
Image processing with cluster computers in indsutrial environments
Consulting and training for the use of Linux in industry
Development service for Linux based hard- and software solutions
Authoring projects (magazines and a book, "Embedded Linux")
If you are interested in cooperation, please contact me!
You can find information on past projects in the menu on the left side.
During my employment at Zeutec Opto-Elektronik GmbH I was working on the development of optical process analysis measurement systems. Thus, I have experience in optical spectroscopy and image processing. All systems developed at Zeutec have been made in a way that they could be used in rough industrial environments.
If you want to know more about the activities of Zeutec please have a look at their homepage.
This page was constructed by Robert Schwebel. Please send bugs and ideas for this web page to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: 2009-05-09 00:50:31