Real Time computer systems are those in which the computer performs its tasks within specific time restraints of its associated system. Examples of such RTOS systems include military test stands, process control operations (found in manufacturing operations), etc. In most situations, the controlling hardware is an antiquated DEC VAX computer employing Q-Bus boards to control specific functions of the RTOS system. With the passage of time, these VAX systems, though reliable for many years, are now becoming expensive to maintain, with possible serious problems and consequences created because of downtime.
Salem Automation can replace these outdated, expensive to maintain systems with NuVAX™, NuPDP™ (from The Logical Company®) or Osprey systems (from StrobeData, Inc.) that will allow you to simply replace the hardware without expensive programming/recertification of systems.
No software migration or re-engineering
Lower operating costs
Retire old, hard-to-maintain disks and tapes
Improve hardware reliability
Negligible user re-training
Retain existing real-time applications
Retain specialized I/O interfaces and expensive process control, data acquisition, or telemetry equipment
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