Technische Universität München Robotics and Embedded Systems

Deterministic Networking Lab

Organizer M.Sc. Sina Shafaei
Modul IN2106
Type Lab Course
Semester WS 2017/2018
ECTS 10.0
Time & Location 03.07.011 / 13:00-15:00


First Session will be on 26.10.2017 / 13:00-15:00 @Room 03.07.011

The preliminary talk took place on 11th of July 2017, 14:30 - 15:30 at 01.11.018 on the first floor. Slides

Description & Learning Outcome

This lab course aims to introduce the students, through hands on project with the basics of the Deterministic Networking, existing solutions to implement a deterministic networking environment beside a deep understanding of Ethernet POWERLINK as one of the widely used real-time protocols for standard Ethernet. The students will get familiar with the openPOWERLINK stacks and at the end, they will learn how to implement them on a table demonstrator formed of a set of embedded devices, sensors and switches in order to acquire the deterministic behavior in their network infrastructure. The main structure of this lab course will be as follow:


NOTE: This lab is suitable for students in their late Bachelor (4th semester or higher), as well as Masters students.

You should be self-motivated, creative and able to work as part of a team on presentation, writing technical reports and implementation. You should bring basic technical knowledge about:

Having background in Automotive E/E architecture is a plus


Slides of the Preliminary Session