Kilian Holzinger ist a Masters student at Technical University of Munich. He gained experience with Erlang by programming and performing in-flight software updates on a multicopter. Currently employed as student trainee at Stritzinger GmbH.
Functional Reactive Programming is a popular paradigm, which we use to implement complex automotive protocols, in Erlang.
But whats reactiveness when we could have hard real-time?
To get hard realtime Erlang processes we needed to adapt Erlang's scheduling algorithm and garbage collection and run on a realtime OS.
We will show cyber-physical systems implemented with this FRP-Erlang running on GRiSP, a bare-metal board running Erlang that we build.