Randall Layout Automation Source Repository
What is it
This repository holds various projects used for the automation of the HO-scale model train layout at the Randall Museum in San Francisco.
More info can be found here: http://ralf.alfray.com/trains/rtac
Here's a non-exhaustive list of projects or folders available here:
Conductor: A Java application that drives the train automation. It interprets an event-based script language and uses JMRI to get sensor data and act on throttles and turnouts.
For more info, see jmri/conductor/README.md
RTAC: An Android application that connects to a Conductor server and displays the status of the automation as well as a layout map with the state of the block detectors.
For more info, see android/RTAC/README.md
LibManifest: A small utility Java library to share constants between the Conductor Java application and the RTAC Android application.
For more info, see android/RTAC/LibManifest/README.md
./docs: An ongoing documentation effort for the Randall layout.
./arduino and ./pic16f: Embedded software to reprogram or replace the NCE Button Boards used on the layout.
Conductor and RTAC depend on 2 additional git submodules:
Various projects use different licenses:
- Conductor, RTAC, and LibUtils are licensed under the GNU GPL v3 license.
- AndroidSVG is licensed under the Apache license.
- Some arduino or pic16f files are licensed under the MIT license.
- This list is not exhaustive. Consult each project as needed.