Born in Munich, Germany
Dr. techn. computer science, (hon.) Tech. Univ. Vienna 1991-1995 Specialized in development tools for distributed real-time systems at the Real-Time Systems Group of Prof. Kopetz; M. Sc., computer science, (hon.) Tech. Univ. Berlin and Tech. Univ. Vienna 1984-1991
Since 2004: Founder of Open Source Consulting: Consulting and Software Development for Open Source Software and Hardware Since 2008: Lectures at FH-Campus Wien, University of Applied Sciences
2000-2004 Director of Software Tools TTTech Computertechnik AG Working on the integration of various communication protocols into the Time Triggered Architecture toolchain, feature and release planning for TTA tools.
1995-2000 Working for Frequentis Nachrichtentechnik as a Software Designer. Design and implementation of software development tools, offline scheduler, and configuration database for an embedded real-time system. The system is used for the new generation of communication equipment, notably for the TETRA trunked radio system ground infrastructure built by Frequentis.
1995 Development of a macro processor for software tools (offline-tools) for an embedded operating system ERCOS used by Robert Bosch AG.
1991-1995 Research and Teaching Assistant at the Real-Time Systems Group of Prof. Kopetz, Technical University Vienna. Specialised in software tools for real-time development environments and the integration of tools into a unique framework. Participation in the European Commission research project “Predictably Dependable Computing Systems” (PDCS).
1989-1991 Undergraduate Assistant at the Real-Time Systems Group of Prof. Kopetz, Technical University Vienna.
1986-1987 Development of UNIX software for UniWare Computer in Berlin.
The OS-domotics iot-austria “Merkurboard” is a small hardware that can be used with contiki-OS for IoT (internet of things) applications. In the application used in the talk, the board was used to control a peak power charger for a lead-acid battery. Voltage from the solar power module, voltage of the battery, and the current to the battery are available as Contiki resources via the constrained application protocol CoAP.
The application serves as an example what is possible with existing IoT frameworks.
The hardware as well as the software are available under Open Source Licenses.
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