Robus is the historical Luos engine's network. It has been developed to work natively with Luos engine, using its message structure as a protocol base to route messages.
This protocol has been developed specifically for the need of Luos engine and provides a good data bandwidth for a low memory footprint, a controlled RAM consumption, and a small CPU need.
Robus have been designed to be highly deterministic, real-time, and usable with a low-cost and compact network. Check this page for more information.
Start your journey with Robus
Part 1: The transmission, and reception management
The role of Robus is to transmit and receive through the network messages to and from other nodes.
Part 2: The topology management
Robus will rely on the unique ID distributed during the Luos_engine detection, Luos_engine will need topological information to provide a unique ID during detection.
Part 3: The protocol definition
Robus simply add some information to guarantee the good transmission and reception of the message through physical support.