I'm Anatoly Besplemennov the engineer. For a long time (from 1983) worked with automation systems. In those times the era of microcontrollers (MCUs) has just began. Enterprises's automation assumed applying of such (or similar) hardware: big IBM-360/370 at high level, mini-computers VAX-11, PDP-11, DEC Professional for CAD and scientific calculations and modelling, micro-computers LSI-11 for CAM, technological lines and equipment control.
It was always interesting for me to use computers not just as the typewriters or calculators but for interacting with the physical world's objects, giving the computers the freedom to work autonomously, define its behaviour, make decisions
Times where passed... At present such terms as embedded systems, interactive design, physical computing and of course, the Internet of Things have appeared.
The 8-bit MCUs are still very applicable and 32-bit systems on chip (SoC) based on ARM architecture became more and more popular.
Thus, my projecting experience spreaded from building the SCADA system
using PDP-11, IBM PC AT, Palm OS and Motorola DragonBall, devices
based on Atmel AVR, and last, the ARM SoC as a culmination of
Here are the fields of interests:
Embedded systems (both hardware and software)
Building and implementing sensors
Programming using C and Assembler
Projecting interactive things using Android
Prototyping Atmel AVR MCU projects with Arduino
Projecting various apparatus
Learning genetic algorithms and self-developing computer systems
Learning and implementing the neuro networks and hardware neurons
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