Case + Code, a series of examples illustrating RTI Connext DDS use cases. These DDS use cases help take you from the problem that you have–tracking vehicles, sending real-time data over a WAN or distributing video data to many receivers–to real coding and configuration that can get you started right away.
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Case + Code Overview

This repository is part of Real-Time Innovations' Case + Code project, a project to create code for real-world RTI Connext DDS use cases.

The respository contains examples that illustrate a variety of DDS use cases, from vehicle tracking to manufacturing and automation. Some of the use case examples will be focused on real applications such as air traffic control, and some will be focused on deployment scenarios such as monitoring remote devices over a wide area network.

The examples in this repository are meant to illustrate simplified real-world uses of the RTI Connext DDS product, focusing on:

  • How to represent objects and model data in IDL for each specific use case
  • How to tune quality of service (QoS) for use-case-specific requirements such as scalability, latency, or throughput
  • How to create applications with both DataWriters and DataReaders

These use case examples should be a stepping stone for creating real distributed applications based on RTI Connext DDS. Additional information about each use case can be found on RTI's Case + Code page and in the Docs/ directory of the individual use case examples.

RTI Connext DDS Overview

RTI Connext DDS software includes the world's leading implementation of the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service (DDS). DDS is the only open standard for messaging that supports the unique needs of both enterprise and real-time systems. Its open interfaces and advanced integration capabilities slash costs across a system's lifecycle, from initial development and integration through on-going maintenance and upgrades.