iDDS (information Data Distribution Service) is an embedded common application protocol for ”plug and play” data acquisition and control instruments. UEI supports iDDS and is a member of the iDDS Support Group along with these other industry-leading companies:
Other data interfaces (TCP/IP, UDP/IP, Modbus, OPC, etc.)
iDDS runs directly on our rugged and flexible hardware, opening up new possibilities to move the sensor and control data as close to the engine as possible. Watch our application video below to see this in action.
THE RIGHT SIGNALS FOR YOUR iDDS APPLICATION
UEI knows how important it is to support all of your sensors and avionic interfaces in the system. That is why we offer an extensive list of I/O boards to make your development and testing safer, faster, easier, and more cost-effective.
Rolls-Royce recently completed the construction of Testbed 80, a massive engine testbed structure designed to support a new generation of efficient and sustainable engines and propulsion systems. The data systems inside Testbed 80 are more capable and complex than any of Rolls-Royce’s existing testbeds and have the capacity to collect and store more than 10,000 parameters of data from an intricate lattice of sensors. UEI worked in partnership with Rolls-Royce to standardize on a common iDDS (Instrumentation Data Distribution Service) architecture across the testbed's complex data measurement infrastructure. Learn more here.
In this webinar, MDS Aero Support's Don Pereira provides an in-depth look at the new iDDS standard. Takeaways for this presentation include: understanding why iDDS was developed; the benefits for vendors, DAS suppliers and end users; and applying telecom industry principles for managing an instro network. #bus #das #software #guide #master #class
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