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Xenomai User Meeting (XUM) 2009


DENX Software Engineering, founding member of the Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL), hereby invites you to attend the

Xenomai User Meeting 2009 (XUM-2009)

which takes place under the umbrella of the Eleventh Real Time Linux Workshop 2009 (RTLWS11) in Dresden, Germany, and is organzied by DENX Software Engineering in close collaboration with the OSADL who is also organizing the RTLWS11. XUM-2009 will be held outside and in addition to the RTLWS11's scientific program.

The Xenomai User Meeting brings together users (including potential ones) and members of the core development team of the Xenomai Real-Time Framework for Linux.

The presentations and networking opportunities combined with the chance to meet well-known Xenomai experts face to face make for an excellent chance to learn about the latest use cases, development projects, problems and solutions and of course about future trends.

We are looking forward to welcoming your participation in the Xenomai User Meeting 2009.


Monday, September 28, 2009 from 13:00 - 18:00 MEST


Technische Universität Dresden
Faculty of Computer Science
Nöthnitzer Str.
01187 Dresden, Germany

The Xenomai User Meeting 2009 will take place in room "E005" in the Faculty of Computer Science building at Nöthnitzer Str. 46.


13:00 Welcome
  Wolfgang Denk, DENX Software Engineering GmbH, Gröbenzell, Germany
13:10 Xenomai Roadmap
  Philippe Gerum,
13:40 A Linux/Xenomai Platform for High-Performance Magnetic Resonance Scanners
  Jan Kiszka, Siemens AG, Munich, Germany
14:10 Xenomai Operation in the Industrial Environment of Printing Systems
  Roderik Wildenburg, manroland AG, Augsburg, Germany
14:40 Real Time Toolkit for Open Robot Control Software
  Peter Soetens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Markus Klotzbücher, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
15:10 How we use the Orocos/Xenomai Combo
  Klaas Gadeyne, Flanders' Mechatronics Technology Centre, Leuven, Belgium
15:20 Xenomai and Realtime Image Processing Control
  Jorge Ramirez-Ortiz, Xerox, Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
15:45 Coffee Break
16:15 ARM Fast Context Switch Extension for Linux
  Richard Cochran, OMICRON electronics GmbH
Gilles Chanteperdrix,
16:40 About the Challenges and Successes with Xenomai in an Industrial Environment
  Andreas Glatz, Ruggedcom Inc.
16:55 Beremiz Roadmap from CanFestival and MatPLC to
  Edouard Tisserant, Lolitech, Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, France
17:10 Xenomai: Experiences with Testing and Continuos Integration
  Niklaus Giger, Netstal-Machinery Ltd., Naefels, Switzerland
17:30 Technology for Your Automation
  Martin Gottschlich, KW-Software GmbH, Lemgo, Germany
17:45 Advanced Control Systems
  Bosko Radivojevic, Advanced Control Systems, Belgrade, Serbia
18:00 Open Discussion
18:30 The End

Accomodation / Hotels

Please see RTLWS11's list of recommended hotels here.


Registration for the XUM-2009 is free, and voluntary. It serves only the purpose to plan for the agenda and needed infrastructure. It would be our pleasure if you would agree to give a presentation (even a short one!) about your use of and experiences with Xenomai.

To register, please fill in and submit this form:

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If you have any questions about registration, send an e-mail to

Note: Registration for the RTLWS11 (here) is only necessary if you also want to attend any of the RTLWS11 presentations.

Abstracts and Presentations

Abstracts and PDF copies of the presentations can be found here.