Friday, June 11, 2010

Back to the firefighters

This is how airfield fire-fighting vehicles are controlled...

And for this you need electronic controllers.

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An airfield fire-fighting vehicle such as the Panther from Rosenbauer always has to function in case of an emergency. So the high uptime of the system is the most important requirement of this type of controller.

Also, the spare parts have to be available for a long time because these vehicles are used over a long period. The quick and flexible adaptation of the software using standard programming languages is a prerogative.

Also, the controller must have a CAN vehicle bus system for networking different electronic components (also from different manufacturers). These are high demands on the performance of the controller. At the same time the controller must be small in size...


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