Device interaction issue is one of the most significant ones a developer has to deal with in distributed systems design work. The rapid development of embedded systems urges IT-industry to come up with new solutions to provide this device interaction by operating system services. Thus, these services could aid greatly in saving time, effort, and resources spent on application development. In this report, we would like to tell about a new Russian solution – real-time operating system that allows developing distributed applications for devices based on microcontrollers.
Visitors will be provided with information about potential and unique performance of this solution, as well as with amazing opportunities given to developers of embedded software by distributed applications technology.
Report will be appreciated both by software developers and managers of embedded solutions production.
Deputy director of system software development direction, AstroSoft
Pavel Boiko was born in October 10, 1978, in Kingisepp, Saint-Petersburg region.
In 2000, he graduated from Yaroslav-the-Wise Novgorod State University majoring in «Computer Engineering and Automated System Software».
He has already been working over 15 years in IT industry. Eight of them Pavel dedicated to comprehensive investigation of theoretical and practical issues on compilers as an active member of research and development laboratory in AstroSoft.
Right now, he is working on thesis and carrying out researches on operating systems development. He greatly contributed by guiding and participating to development of a special-purpose operating system (OS) for microcontrollers intended for the usage in multi-agent systems.
Pavel has published a number of scientific papers and articles.