Author: DeMarco, A.
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MOBPL03 The SKA Telescope Control System Guidelines and Architecture 34
  • L. Pivetta
    SKA Organisation, Macclesfield, United Kingdom
  • A. DeMarco
    ISSA, Msida, Malta
  • S. Riggi
    INAF-OACT, Catania, Italy
  • L. Van den Heever
    SKA South Africa, National Research Foundation of South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa
  • S. Vrcic
    NRC-Herzberg, Penticton, BC, Canada
  The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project is an international collaboration aimed at building the world's largest radio telescope, with eventually over a square kilometre of collecting area, co-hosted by South Africa, for the mid-frequency arrays, and Australia for the low-frequency array. Since 2015 the SKA Consortia joined in a global effort to identify, investigate and select a single control system framework suitable for providing the functionalities required by the SKA telescope monitoring and control. The TANGO Controls framework has been selected and comprehensive work has started to provide telescope-wide detailed guidelines, design patterns and architectural views to build Element and Central monitoring and control systems exploiting the TANGO Controls framework capabilities.  
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