Televic Healthcare develops and manufactures high end solutions for nurse call, intercom, access control, patient entertainment and care registration for healthcare environments.
Our state-of-the-art systems are adapted to the ever higher demands of an evolving market, and have been implemented in newly built and refurbished healthcare institutions across the world.
Currently to test different setups, the devices need to be physically present. The purpose of this thesis/internship would be to make the embedded devices source code be run on an emulator like QEMU. The most difficult part will be to emulated the can busses.
Added more context based on earlier idea:
Televic Healthcare (THC) offers professional communication systems within the care sector for nurse call, patient localization and mobile alarming.
These systems consist of many different types of hardware for which software has to be developed. Typically, prototype hardware is only available later in the project. R&D could benefit from a emulation framework so that software could already be developed before prototypes are available.
This framework could also be used for:
* Continuous integration
* Simulating large numbers of devices
* Easy debugging
The thesis includes the following tasks:
* Investigation of existing emulation frameworks such as QEMU
** The purpose of this thesis/internship would be to make the embedded devices source code be run on an emulator like QEMU.
* Building a demonstrator on the chosen emulation framework
** support for GPIO emulation
** support for CAN emulation
** integration into testing framework such as Google test
If you are interested in this topic, please also register this on the Televic website at: https://www.televic.com/en/careers/internships-and-students so we can confirm the topic is still available.
- Level: Bachelor, Master
- Specialty: Software
- Type of work: Research: 25%, Implem.: 25%, Experim.: 50%
- Location: Televic
- Type of activities: Programming, experimenting, simulation
- Number of students: 1 or 2