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AbstractIn the commercial marketplace, Java has emerged as the preeminent standard for platform-independent application development. Many reasons for this include platform independence, robustness, effective distribution models, security effectiveness, and a rich set of application programming interfaces (APIs). This paper will provide insight into the design of the Java platform as it relates to the development of telemetry systems. Specific elements of Java will be explored to better understand how to take advantage of a Java platform. The paper will conclude with examples showing Java's effectiveness on overall software development and deployment, the benefits of reduced new code implementations, and how deploying this unique software platform will change the software paradigm in the real-time environment.
SponsorsInternational Foundation for Telemetering