4DIAC is a framework for distributed industrial automation and control. It aims to provide an open, IEC-61499-compliant basis that lets the user establish a distributed industrial automation and control environment based on the targets' portability, configurability, and interoperability.
|Tags||IEC 61499 Embedded Systems distributed control real-time control engineering tools|
|Operating Systems||Linux Win32 eCos ThreadX|
|Implementation||Eclipse RCP Java C++|
Due to other commitments of the 4DIAC developers we were not able to deliver all remaining main bug fixes in time for the planed release today. The...
Release Notes: This is the the second maintenance release for 1.3, providing a set of bugfixes to 4DIAC-IDE (5) and FORTE (2).
Release Notes: This first maintenance release for 4DIAC 1.3 provides a large set of bugfixes to 4DIAC-IDE (12) and FORTE (2).
Release Notes: This is a combined release of all current 4DIAC projects. The major changes and improvements of 4DIAC-IDE are: simplified support to create boot projects, improvements in subapplication creation and usage, and the first support to monitor FBs inside sub-applications. The major changes and improvements for FORTE are: B&R POWERLINK support, support for constant values at ANY interface elements, and compile-time reduction for modules with a lot of FBs.
Release Notes: This first maintenance release for 4DIAC 1.2 provides a large set of bugfixes to 4DIAC-IDE (11) and FORTE (10).
Release Notes: This is a combined release of all 4DIAC projects. The major changes and improvements in 4DIAC-IDE are: an improved look and feel for FBs and Devices, an extended Type Navigator with drag-and-drop support, and support of visualization of transition order priorities in the ECC editor. The major changes and improvements for FORTE are: support for the control devices Bachmann M1 PLC and KIPR’s CBC robot controller, new serial communication on POSIX and with Lego Mindstorms, Ethernet Powerlink using Open Powerlink, and optimization of monitoring and debugging code.