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Institute Mihailo Pupin
Institute Mihailo Pupin is the leading Serbian R&D institution in the field of Information & Communication Techologies.

Automation & Control Systems Ltd
The Automation & Control Systems Ltd is the core division of the Institute Mihailo Pupin, and the owner of the projects: ATLAS Systems and ATLAS-MAX.

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ATLAS Clusters


ATLAS-XP2 Cluster


ATLAS XP2 Cluster

The presented cluster consists of two members only, but more ATLAS-XP2 systems could be easily appended into the cluster.  Cluster members mutually communicate through a fast underlying TCP/IP network (LAN, or WAN type) – they share all needed information and process data through common data pools (databases).  The net effect is an efficient distributed process control system.





The cluster contains multiple ATLAS-MAX/RTL members, which are organized around the fast TCP/IP network to accomplish their common mission.  Each member commits its own job, and shares needed information and data with others.  One member is playing the leading managing role in the cluster, and provides certain common services (like remote center communication, in this example) - however, common services could be delegated to other cluster members too.


Combined ATLAS Cluster


ATLAS Combined Cluster

A “combined cluster” is characterized by its heterogeneous membership.  Two ATLAS types: ATLAS-MAX/RTL and ATLAS-XP2 could be combined in many ways to build an ATLAS cluster – the presented cluster is just an illustrative example.  Different ATLAS-type members are organized around the fast TCP/IP network, mutually sharing data and jobs, and making an efficient complex process control system.