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graf [Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)]
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 The safety system is designed as a series of hierarchical security levels. It monitors critical inputs and outputs and ensures, for example, that a fall back to the safety level "​Emergency"​ leads immediately and reliably to stopping the robot, no matter who or what invoked the emergency event. The safety system is designed as a series of hierarchical security levels. It monitors critical inputs and outputs and ensures, for example, that a fall back to the safety level "​Emergency"​ leads immediately and reliably to stopping the robot, no matter who or what invoked the emergency event.
  
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 It can be easily and clearly seen how the control engineer is supported by the structure of the framework. It reminds him of what needs to be initialized and defined and keeps a clear vision of the overall system. It can be easily and clearly seen how the control engineer is supported by the structure of the framework. It reminds him of what needs to be initialized and defined and keeps a clear vision of the overall system.
getting_started/overview.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/25 18:53 by graf