KORUZA v2 Pro software is structured in a way that allows for easy maintainability, scalability and reusability. Each software building block can be run as a stand-alone unit, allowing for easy testing. The building blocks that form the KORUZA v2 Pro software are connected using the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol. Such a structure enables integrators to add custom blocks should they so desire.
The main design principle is the master-slave (primary-secondary) relation of two units. This allows for the same code to be executed on both units without major modifications.
Each unit is configured according to the initial setup; either as the primary or the secondary. The primary is in complete control of the secondary. All commands, either manual or automatic are issued by the primary respectively.
The general code diagram can be seen in the picture below. Each building block is described in greater detail below.
General Code Architecture Diagram
As it is visible in the code architecture diagram, both units run the same software. This way each unit can be independent during all production processes, up to installation, where it is configured into being a primary or secondary unit.
Software in this case is easily upgradable and maintainable. In the table below each software block is described along with its functionality.
KORUZA v2 Pro Firmware
Auto Alignment Engine
Autonomous control of both units
Provides easy integration of custom align algorithms
Configure units for Primary-Secondary relation
Low-Data communication channel selection
Issue commands to Secondary unit
via Low-Data communication channel
Graphical User Interface
Displays unit information
Provides manual control
There is a single main KORUZA-v2-Pro repository where all other repositories are listed.
GitHub - IRNAS/koruza-v2-pro: Latest version of KORUZA