DATABUS


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DATABUS

DATApoint BUSiness Language.

A language like an interpreted assembly language, used for custom applications on Datapoint computers.
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Sebastian Hellmann, executive director of the DBpedia Association commented that "our vision of the DBpedia Databus transforming Linked Data into a networked data economy, is becoming a reality thanks to tools such as timbr-DBpedia which take full advantage of our unique data sets and data architecture.
Astronics Ballard Technology is the industry-leader for reliable avionics databus interface solutions.
DDC is a supplier of databus and power supply products for the global military and commercial aerospace markets.
The CEI-430 provides complete, integrated databus functionality for up to 24 channels of ARINC 429 or 575 along with ARINC 717, 573 and other selected 2-wire, 32-bit protocols, on a PC/104-Plus or PCI-104 platform.
Using a databus such as CAN, DeviceNet, Ethernet/ IP, EtherCAT, Profinet, or Profibus, measurements could go to the CM system, in addition to a safety controller or a process control supervisory system.
* ENERGY RESOURCE: ENERGY DATABUS, THE SOFTWARE NREL USES TO TRACK ENERGY USE ACROSS ITS OWN CAMPUS, IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD.
On the other hand, the huge parallelism supported by reconfigurable device requires long configuration words and wide databus. These issues affected the customization of processors [27-29].
Avionics Interface Technologies (AIT) is a leading designer and manufacturer of databus test and simulation modules, high-performance rugged interface modules, custom embedded IP solutions, and software tools.
The digital databus also makes evaluation of the measuring data easier.
Typical installations can be found in a control room or control cubicle where the system communicates with the feeders via a databus reducing cabling requirements.