OMG DDS Interoperability Demonstration (Washington March 2012)

March, 2012

Interoperability demonstration between 6 different products that implement the OMG DDS Interoperability Wire Protocol (DDS-RTPS). The demonstration took place at the March 2012 OMG technical meeting in Washington DC. The following companies demonstrated interoperability between their products: RTI (Connext DDS). TwinOaks Computing (CoreDX), PrismTech (OpenSpliceDDS), OCI (OpenDDS), ETRI (ETRI DDS), IBM.

DDS and its Relation to Unmanned Vehicle Interoperability

June, 2011

DDS is increasingly beiong adopted as the middleware and data-model of choice for vehicle integration and interoperability. Testament to that are the recent directives from the UK MOD (Def Stan 23-03) that standardize on DDS for the Land Data Model and the messaging integration, as well as the US OSD Unmanned Control Segment (UCS) architecture that also directs the use of DDS for Unmanned Vehicle integration.

Real-time distributed vision-based network system for logistics applications

March, 2009

The communication network providing real-time image sharing between the planning office and the warehouse for supply chain management is presented in this paper. Middleware plays a major role in developing distributed system efficiently for communication between image capturing devices (Vision Node) and image processing node as well as the distributed nodes. The image distribution over the network in real-time manner is useful to numerous logistic applications, such as quality control of pick-and-pack service, planning of cargo and pallet loading, and vehicles tracking.

The use of real-time publish-subscribe middleware in networked vehicle systems Multivehicle Systems

October, 2006

Seaware is a publish-subscribe middleware used in multi-vehicle networked systems composed of autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles and systems. Seaware provides a high level interface to network communications and may be deployed with a combination of heterogeneous components within a dynamic network.

RTPS middleware for Real-Time Distributed Industrial Vision Systems

March, 2005


Designing and constructing Real-Time Distributed Industrial Vision Systems (RT-DIVS) from scratch is very complicated task. RT-DIVS has Conflicting requirements such as reasonable development cost, ease of use, reusable code and high performance. The success key in building such systems is to recognize the need for middleware software. Middleware plays a major role in developing distributed systems efficiently.

DDS Interoperability Demo: RTI, Prismtech, TwinOaks

July, 2009

Three vendors: RTI, PrismTech, and TwinOaks Computing performed a live interoperability demo between their respective products.

The demo showcased 7 scenarios:

  • Basic interoperability
  • QoS Matching
  • Quality of Service: DURABILITY
  • Time Based Filters
  • Quality of Service: RELIABILITY
  • Intermittent Connectivity
  • Multiple Topics, Keys & Content Filters

And demonstrated interoperability for:

Leveraging DDS-RTPS Wire Interoperability Protocol: Towards a canonical tool-set for run-time interaction with the Global Data Space

July, 2009

This presentation exposes recent research in DDS Global-Data Space tools that leverage standard display models such as Microsoft Excel’s; it also explores the different categories of DDS run-time tools drawing requirements and specific examples from COTS tools commonly used to interact with data.

Achieving DDS Interoperability

July, 2009

Twin Oaks Computing, Real-Time Innovations, and PrismTech participated in a multi-vendor DDS interoperability demonstration during the March 2009 OMG Technical Meeting in Arlington, VA, USA. In this presentation, we will describe the events leading up to the demonstration and discuss how we were able to achieve success. We will cover challenges faced, lessons learned, and touch on related future work.

DDS RTPS Vendor and Product Ids


This table lists the currently assigned DDS-RTPS list of vendor IDs The DDS-RTPS Wire Interoperability Protocol pecifies a field within the message header that must be filed with a 16-bit number that uniquely identifies the implementor of the protocol This is the so-called RTPS vendor ID.   

Analysis of the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) and Comparison with the Real-Time Publish Subscribe Protocol (DDS-RTPS Interoperability Protocol)

July, 2007

Analysis of the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) and Comparison with the Real-Time Publish Subscribe Protocol (DDS-RTPS Interoperability Protocol), Presentation given by Gerardo Pardo-Castellote (RTI) and Angelo Corsaro (SELEX SI), at the 2007 Real-Time and Embedded Systems Workshop

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