Author: Dominguez, M.C.
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WEBPL05 BLISS - Experiments Control for ESRF EBS Beamlines 1060
  • M. Guijarro, A. Beteva, T.M. Coutinho, M.C. Dominguez, C. Guilloud, A. Homs, J.M. Meyer, V. Michel, E. Papillon, M. Perez, S. Petitdemange
    ESRF, Grenoble, France
  BLISS is the new ESRF control system for running experiments, with full deployment aimed for the end of the EBS upgrade program in 2020. BLISS provides a global approach to run synchrotron experiments, thanks to hardware integration, Python sequences and an advanced scanning engine. As a Python package, BLISS can be easily embedded into any Python application and data management features enable online data analysis. In addition, BLISS ships with tools to enhance scientists user experience and can easily be integrated into TANGO based environments, with generic TANGO servers on top of BLISS controllers. BLISS configuration facility can be used as an alternative TANGO database. Delineating all aspects of the BLISS project from beamline device configuration up to the integrated user interface, this talk will present the technical choices that drove BLISS design and will describe the BLISS software architecture and technology stack in depth.  
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