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Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
Complex Material Scattering (CMS) beamline, one of two first beamlines from BDN portfolio (Beamlines Developed by NSLS2, former NextGen), has seen its first light on Aug, 26 2016. CMS beamline will be dedicated to studies of the bulk and interfacial structures of complex materials on multiple length scales ranging from Angstroms to submicrons, such as molecular size and distribution, ordering, an ... More
Presented by Oksana IVASHKEVYCH on 22 Sep 2016 at 09:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
ADStream makes it easy to configure an areaDetector camera IOC for one or more image streams, each of which has it's own dedicated stdArray, ROI, CC, Overlay, and Process plugin, along w/ some extra PV's to characterize the stream type, input source, height, width, and desired update rate. You can also do image averaging, and view and adjust 4 crosses and 4 ROI overlay boxes. The overlays hav ... More
Presented by Bruce HILL on 20 Sep 2016 at 16:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
SLAC is currently developing an upgrade of its Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) that will be at the forefront of X-ray science. This upgrade will replace the first 1KM of its existing accelerator tunnel with a superconducting 1Mhz accelerator requiring a major upgrade to the existing control infrastructure. This new control system moves operations and computations previously performed in softwar ... More
Presented by Ryan HERBST on 20 Sep 2016 at 16:15
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
A walking tour of the ever expanding EPICS universe with stops at the various components sometimes known as "EPICS V4".
Presented by Michael DAVIDSAVER on 21 Sep 2016 at 11:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
During our retrofit of LANSCE LINAC instrumentation systems we implemented fundamental upgrades to EPICS facilitating the rapid-prototype approach to software-development based upon the Lua embedded scripting language. Selection of Lua facilitates new advanced capabilities within EPICS satisfying requirements at LANSCE, but without compromising the general utility of EPICS for use within the wider ... More
Presented by Jeffrey HILL on 21 Sep 2016 at 16:15
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
An update on areaDetector
Presented by Mark RIVERS on 20 Sep 2016 at 13:35
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
Diamond have been using the area detector framework for several years and are involved in recent developments. This talk covers some history, status, current applications and their context in the work of the facility.
Presented by Ronaldo MERCADO on 20 Sep 2016 at 14:10
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Other
The Clinical Neutron Therapy System (CNTS) is a unique cyclotron-based radiation therapy machine at the University of Washington Medical Center. CNTS uses EPICS in its control system. This is a safety-critical medical application so we have undertaken a research project to supplement our usual software quality assurance by formal verification. The project includes an intensive review, anal ... More
Presented by Jonathan JACKY on 22 Sep 2016 at 15:50
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
Summary of experiences working with beam diagnostics and timing for the FRIB project. Including an introduction to uTCA systems, and integration of several cards.
Presented by Michael DAVIDSAVER on 20 Sep 2016 at 13:20
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
Beckhoff has been proven to be a solid choice for PLC systems in the photon beamlines at SLAC/LCLS. For interfacing the PLC to EPICS, Modbus is the reigning champion for its simplicity, but is now a limiting factor. A new interface to EPICS must be selected. Two choices are considered, Beckhoff's ADS, and OPC UA.
Presented by Alex WALLACE on 21 Sep 2016 at 15:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
A lightweight framework for interactive and automated data collection
Presented by Arman ARKILIC on 21 Sep 2016 at 13:50
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
This talk provides a brief history of EPICSV4 from 2006 until EPICSV4 release 4.6
Presented by Martin KRAIMER on 21 Sep 2016 at 11:45
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
The Control System Studio Collaboration Status Report
Presented by Eric BERRYMAN on 22 Sep 2016 at 09:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
I'll explain - how at ESS we managed having the "ESS version" of CS-Studio, - how at ESS we accomplished the 3 Jenkins pipelines related to ESS CS-Studio delivery, - what is still missing and what is planned.
Presented by Claudio ROSATI on 22 Sep 2016 at 14:10
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
There were 2 major developments associated with cs-studio at nsls2. Firstly the users are recognizing the befits of the integrated environment provided by CS-Studio and requesting for new applications to be developed which exploit the cs-studio framework. Secondly, with the cs-studio 4.3.3 release and the ability to save and load perspectives, users are now able to put together dedicated perspecti ... More
Presented by Kunal SHROFF on 22 Sep 2016 at 09:50
Session: Closeout
Presented by Kay KASEMIR, Karen WHITE, Steven HARTMAN on 23 Sep 2016 at 12:15
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
Diamond Light Source has been adopting CS-Studio for its control interface and eventually intends to replace EDM entirely. At the moment an automated framework for generating Synoptic GUIs for beamlines has been created and has been used to commission Diamond's two newest beamlines, I14 and I21. A description of this framework combined with examples of the GUI layout used with it will be given. A ... More
Presented by Matthew FURSEMAN on 22 Sep 2016 at 10:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
The control system of ISOL Off-line test facility at RISP(Rare Isotope Science Project) is composed of two major parts of the control for RI beam production/separation/transportation and the safety for high voltage power supply and utility. It controls the devices and monitors the current status of each device remotely through GUI using CSS. The conditions from the monitoring are saved to archiv ... More
Presented by Mr. Yong-Hak KIM on 22 Sep 2016 at 09:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
An overview of the use of pvmanager to access pvData structures.
Presented by Kunal SHROFF on 21 Sep 2016 at 10:10
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
Status of ongoing display builder work: Standalone mode, support for "real" C Python in addition to Jython
Presented by Kay KASEMIR on 22 Sep 2016 at 11:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
This talk will showcase the ADEiger areaDetector driver for the Dectris' Eiger family of X-Ray detectors. The architecture of the driver as well as its capabilities will be presented.
Presented by Bruno MARTINS on 20 Sep 2016 at 13:55
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Roadmap
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
What has happened recently in EPICS Core development, and how we think we can get to wherever it is that we might want to go - 3, 4, 7, ...
Presented by Andrew JOHNSON on 21 Sep 2016 at 14:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
The RTP product requirements contained two other major items, the functionality of a DCS and the speed of a PLC. To meet the DCS requirements all Analog cards are designed with 16 ADCs and DACs. A multi CPU architecture that adds processing capability as the system is expanded makes it the fastest control system available and satisfies the PLC requirement. The RTP3000 was designed to meet the str ... More
Presented by Sangil LEE on 21 Sep 2016 at 16:00
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: System Management
Shameless promotion of the [EPICSDEB](https://github.com/epicsdeb/) effort to create/maintain Debian packages of EPICS modules.
Presented by Michael DAVIDSAVER on 22 Sep 2016 at 14:50
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
**OPC Unified Architecture (UA)** is gaining ground as a communication protocol for industrial controls. Bernhard Kuner (HZB/BESSY) has released EPICS Support that uses the commercial OPC UA Client SDK by Unified Automation GmbH, allowing a Linux based IOC to act as an OPC UA client.
Presented by Ralph LANGE on 21 Sep 2016 at 15:50
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
This presentation covers the key aspects of version 4 and the impact of this on experimental beam line and accelerator architectures and capabilities.
Presented by Leo DALESIO on 21 Sep 2016 at 09:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
SCL Demo(Superconducting linear accelerator demonstration) was installed in SRF test facility at RISP. SCL Demo has ECR-IS, LEBT, RFQ, MEBT, QWR cryomodule, RF, and beam diagnostics. ECR-IS and LEBT section is the starting point to extract and accelerate heavy ion beam. ECR-IS started to beam extraction experiment, and remote control system is a precondition to run the the machine. In short term, ... More
Presented by Dr. Suk CHOI on 21 Sep 2016 at 09:20
Session: EPICS Roadmap
on 21 Sep 2016 at 14:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
We present the strategy and plans for control system hardware at ESS. The ESS is following a hardware selection that consists of three levels of performance: MTCA.4 for the high performance systems, EtherCAT for fast distributed I/O and PLCs for industrial I/O and high reliability requirements. We present the status and progress in each of these platforms and the features of our standard solution ... More
Presented by Timo KORHONEN on 20 Sep 2016 at 11:15
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: System Management
An overview of ESS experience in developing and commissioning the first part of the accelerator - Ion Source and LEBT. Details about control system development using ESS software framework and support tools for EPICS development (Controls Configuration DB, Naming Service, EEE).
Presented by Nikolay LEVCHENKO on 22 Sep 2016 at 15:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Operational Tools
EASE is a Django and PSP (PyCA derived) alert system for EPICS. A Django app is used to store alert settings for users and provide a way for users to share their alert settings. The EASE user interface is accessed via a browser, and is focused on providing a way for everyone to effortlessly establish alerts.
Presented by Alex WALLACE on 21 Sep 2016 at 09:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
The EPICS IOC development for ASKAP is largely complete and ASKAP-12 is operational as a science instrument. We are beginning a formal early science program soon with the current array of 12 dishes and the remaining 24 are in production for installation over the next year. We review our design decisions, wrong turns and were we are headed next.
Presented by Craig HASKINS on 21 Sep 2016 at 15:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
Diamond has had an operational fast orbit feedback system since 2007 which has proved to be reliable through routine use since that time. The implementation of the feedback controllers uses distributed VxWorks IOCs for calculating the required correction values in each corrector magnet. These IOCs are more easily modified than systems using FPGAs, allowing us to introduce additional features into ... More
Presented by Matthew FURSEMAN on 20 Sep 2016 at 16:30
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
Various edm users have expressed a desire to retain a display manager which is compatible with edm, independent of X and motif, and not constrained by the Eclipse environment. A new display manager will be developed that will achieve these objectives and include additional enhancements.
Presented by john SINCLAIR on 22 Sep 2016 at 14:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: System Management
This talk describes how to build EPICS databases from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. I will explain how we updated the APS experimental beamline Personal Safety System (PSS) EPICS databases with Excel. Building EPICS databases from an Excel spreadsheet is helpful when number of records required for a particular database vary widely for a generic controls application.
Presented by James STEVENS on 22 Sep 2016 at 16:10
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
Python is simple, powerful, and easy to learn. Many scientists and engineers come to LCLS knowing much about Python, but little about EPICS. Using a robust, lightweight Python interface to EPICS, we have developed a Python library of device classes, each connected to an IOC. This layer of abstraction has enabled the development of a variety of Python scripts from a wide pool of contributors, inclu ... More
Presented by Zachary LENTZ on 20 Sep 2016 at 17:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
Within the ITER international organization, 35 nations are collaborating to build the world's largest fusion facility in the South of France. Most contributions are in-kind - integration of more than 200 plant systems will be the main challenge when building the control system. To support the control system development of plant systems, ITER created CODAC Core System (CCS), a Linux Distribution ... More
Presented by Anders WALLANDER on 20 Sep 2016 at 09:50
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
We will report what we've learned in the past year developing user-centered SNS instrument control system interfaces, which will include our reflections on user-centered design and user experience (UX), what worked in our projects, as well as lessons learned. We hope to promote user-centered interface design practices within the EPICS controls community.
Presented by Marie YAO on 22 Sep 2016 at 10:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: System Management
For Jefferson Lab's Hall B, the EPICS control systems have migrated from EPICS 3.13.4 to 3.14.12.5. During this time we moved to modern tools such as CS-Studio and BEAST, replacing MEDM and ALH. We have also fully converted to 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7) for all workstations and servers. Management of the controls infrastructure now leverages our on-site IT expertise in several as ... More
Presented by Wesley MOORE on 20 Sep 2016 at 16:45
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
The maker ecosystem has flourished due to the widespread availability of common open hardware platforms and open source software frameworks coupled with the emergence of physical and virtual communities. Many of the problems EPICS solves are shared with makers. This presentation explores the potential overlap of these communities by documenting the ongoing progress of a computer controlled system ... More
Presented by Ryan PIERCE on 21 Sep 2016 at 16:45
Presented by Karen WHITE on 20 Sep 2016 at 09:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
latest status
Presented by Guobao SHEN on 21 Sep 2016 at 13:35
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
We report on adding support for the MQTT internet of things communication protocol to CS Studio. This support allows for the creation of widgets connected to MQTT topics on a configured broker.
Presented by Megan GRODOWITZ on 22 Sep 2016 at 11:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
Diamond Light Source is developing a middlelayer framework known as Malcolm, which is targeted initially at high-level configure/run control of control system components generally involved in continuous scans. Malcolm is based on a distributed object system and currently implemented Python. An overview of Malcolm, including the use of EPICS Version 4, will be given.
Presented by Mr. Dave HICKIN on 21 Sep 2016 at 14:05
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
NSLS-II supports the DOE scientific mission by providing the most advanced tools for discovery class science in condensed matter and materials physics, chemistry, and biology - science that ultimately will enhance national and energy security and help drive abundant, safe, and clean energy technologies. The state-of-the-art hardware, the variety of scientific applications, and data size make it d ... More
Presented by Arman ARKILIC on 21 Sep 2016 at 13:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: System Management
SLAC faced a number of challenges when we looked into migrating our existing CVS and svn based EPICS development environments to git. I will discuss the issues we identified, along with how we addressed each of them. One of the big challenges was how to preserve our existing version history, so our resulting git master repo for each EPICS module would include full version history from both our ... More
Presented by Bruce HILL on 22 Sep 2016 at 16:25
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
A shameless promotion for the [Project Icestorm](http://www.clifford.at/icestorm/) free and open FPGA development toolchain.
Presented by Michael DAVIDSAVER on 22 Sep 2016 at 15:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
Pandabox: a new open hardware platform for on the fly data acquisition
Presented by Mark HERON on 20 Sep 2016 at 11:45
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
Calibration and diagnostic of neutron detectors requires raw data that is significantly larger than usual neutron data. Diagnostic in particular is useful when run continuously for longer time on many detectors simultaneously, requiring high bandwidth processing capabilities. Python tools have been developed to visualize and explain detector features as well as help to optimize configuration and s ... More
Presented by Klemen VODOPIVEC on 20 Sep 2016 at 14:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
The European Spallation Source is presently in construction in Lund, Sweden. The ESS a green field facility, which gives us the opportunity to build a system without legacy constraints. One of the goals for the control system is to be fully EPICS 4 compliant, that is, use pvAccess as the sole protocol in the control system. To accomplish this, a comprehensive set of tools and services has to be p ... More
Presented by Timo KORHONEN on 21 Sep 2016 at 11:15
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
While a laboratory environment can present a number of unique computational challenges, the display and modification of information is a global issue with global solutions. PyDM, an interface between the open-source Qt framework and EPICS Channel Access, offers a cross-platform alternative to existing display managers. By packaging a set of tools specifically for the display of EPICS data within t ... More
Presented by Theodore RENDAHL on 22 Sep 2016 at 13:40
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
This presentation will cover work done within the LIGO lab to display complex screens on phones, tables, and standard web browsers. We utilize websockets and the webopi javascript libraries to display data to laboratory personal in real time.
Presented by Jonathan HANKS on 22 Sep 2016 at 13:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
The EPICS system provides a robust process variable distribution system upon which software clients and servers are able to interact. The servers interface to physical inputs and outputs of the machine, while the clients interface to users and operators (humans). During the beamline instrumentation upgrade at the SNS, we faced challenges in reproducing similar levels of instrument control automa ... More
Presented by Bogdan VACALIUC on 20 Sep 2016 at 15:20
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Operational Tools
Rare Isotope Science Protect (RISP) control system uses the EPICS control system to control and monitor all accelerator software and hardware. RISP control group has conducted test of the archiver appliance, and will customizing signal archiver system. This talk will present the archiver appliance test that we have used.
Presented by Mr. Seung Hee NAM on 22 Sep 2016 at 16:45
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
An overview is given on the progress and development of the Integrated Control System Project at ESS. Details about planning, budget, schedule, as well as technical development activities and strategies for collaboration and community interaction are presented.
Presented by Henrik CARLING on 20 Sep 2016 at 11:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
Stepper motors have been used in EPICS based systems for a long time. Since that, motion control units have been evolved, and servo motors may be used for advanced applications. ESS is still in an early phase for the neutron instruments, so we are looking at the new developments. Give a short description how a stepper motor works, and why we want to improve the integration for modern motion con ... More
Presented by Mr. Torsten BOGERSHAUSEN on 21 Sep 2016 at 16:30
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Status Reports
This talk describes the ELI-NP Gamma Beam System (GBS) turn-key Control System. It is based on EPICS and developed by Cosylab as part of EuroGammas consortium. System is ready for installation at Magurele RO. It will enable configuration and monitoring of all major sub-systems along the 100 m electron linac. Presentation will touch hardware integration, micro-bunches diagnostics, high level applic ... More
Presented by Rok SABJAN on 20 Sep 2016 at 10:10
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
A view under the hood of the Continuous Integration setup for EPICS Base, in the cloud and on the ground. An invitation to share ideas, tricks and experiences.
Presented by Ralph LANGE on 22 Sep 2016 at 14:30
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
(presented on behalf of Ned Arnold and Sinisa Veseli) The DAQ software captures synchronously sampled, time-correlated data from several critical subsystems: beam position monitor (BPM) values, storage ring RF cavity field measurements, fast injection kickers, beam diagnostics, and power supply read-backs. The key features of the system include the capability to acquire data from multiple s ... More
Presented by Andrew JOHNSON on 20 Sep 2016 at 11:30
Presented by Jukka PIETARINEN on 22 Sep 2016 at 09:40
on 22 Sep 2016 at 10:00
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Experiment control, data acquisition
ADnED acts as a client to a V4 service that provides neutron event data. ADnED converts the event data into NDArray objects and processes them in areaDetector plugin chains for visualization and use in experimental data acquisition. ADnED is in use at the SNS on many beamlines. An update to ADnED is presented, along with details on the plugin chain and plans for the future.
Presented by Matt PEARSON on 20 Sep 2016 at 14:25
Type: Fast Talk (Single slide) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
The following is a short talk concerning a student led EPICS project and the various lessons learned. The Beam Test Facility (BTF) is a test stand for Radio Frequency Quadrupole (RFQ) conditioning and low level beam experiments. The BTF has a Protection System (PPS) that monitors radiation levels and controls entry around the accelerator equipment. The PPS uses a Farwest brand detector to alert us ... More
Presented by Mr. William MCCULLOUGH on 20 Sep 2016 at 15:35
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
How the display builder interfaces to V4
Presented by Kay KASEMIR on 21 Sep 2016 at 10:25
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Other
Introductory remarks
Presented by Dr. Kevin JONES on 20 Sep 2016 at 09:30
Session: Dinner
Meal will be served at 18:30
Presented by Karen WHITE on 21 Sep 2016 at 17:50
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Hardware, Driver/Device support
lvPortDriver and the lvPortDriver virtual library are functions that enable LabVIEW code run an EPICS IOC and communicate with the EPICS database via EPICS device support. The EPICS records interface just as they would with any other asynPortDriver device. lvPortDriver is an asynPortDriver class that stores parameters in the parameter library. A LabVIEW virtual library calls functions that permit ... More
Presented by Scott BAILY on 20 Sep 2016 at 15:45
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: V4
Track: EPICS Core, EPICS V4
Update on python support for places
Presented by Andrew JOHNSON on 21 Sep 2016 at 11:30
Type: Regular Talk (15min) Session: EPICS Collaboration Meeting
Track: Client Tools and User Interfaces
CSS is widely used at SNS by operators, scientists and instrument staff with a large set of existing user interface files. Users expressed desire to monitor experiment progress and operational status while not on-site and while loading CSS is possible over remote access, it's bandwidth intense and not convenient for quick access. A new project has been started to reuse existing CSS files and conve ... More
Presented by Mr. Klemen VODOPIVEC on 22 Sep 2016 at 11:40