Tag: RTOS

MQX Real Time Operating System (RTOS)

MQX Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) The MQX Real Time Operating System (RTOS) provides real-time performance within a small, configurable footprint. The RTOS is tightly integrated with 32-bit MCUs and MPUs from NXP and is provided with commonly used device drivers. The MQX RTOS is designed to have a modern, component-based microkernel architecture allowing for customization […]

Nano RK : A Wireless Sensor Networking Real-Time Operating System

Nano RK is a fully preemptive reservation-based real-time operating system (RTOS) from Carnegie Mellon University with multi-hop networking support for use in wireless sensor networks. Nano-RK currently runs on the FireFly Sensor Networking Platform as well as the MicaZ motes. It includes a light-weight embedded resource kernel (RK) with rich functionality and timing support using […]

IoT OS and RTOS for Internet of Things devices

In this post we talk about IoT OS (Internet of Things Operating Systems) and RTOS (Realtime Operating systems). You can find a list of IoT os and RTOS for IoT and Embedded devices in this article. What is IoT OS ? An Internet of Things Operating System is an operating system that is designed to […]

ChibiOS/RT – A compact and fast real-time operating system

ChibiOS/RT is a compact and fast real-time operating system supporting multiple architectures and released under the GPL3 license. It is the high performance RTOS part of the ChibiOS/RT embedded collection. RT has been designed with the idea of creating a very feature-complete RTOS that could excel in performance and code size. It is developed by […]

Apache Mynewt – A real-time operating system

Apache Mynewt is a real-time operating system with a rich set of libraries intended to make prototyping, deploying, and managing 32-bit microcontroller based IoT devices easy that must operate for long times under power, memory, and storage constraints. It is highly composable, to allow building embedded system applications (e.g., locks, medical devices, industrial IoT) across […]

IoT Enabling Technologies

IoT is enabled by several technologies including wireless sensor networks, cloud computing, Big data analytics, Embedded Systems, Security Protocols and architectures, communication protocols, web services, Mobile Internet, and Semantic Search engines. So toady i provides an overview of some of these technologies which play a key-role in IoT. IoT Enabling Technologies Wireless Sensor Networks A […]

LiteOS – an IoT operating system and middleware

Huawei LiteOS is an IoT-oriented software platform integrating an IoT operating system and middleware. It is an open source operating system for IoT smart terminals. It supports ARM (M0/3/4/7, A7/17/53, ARM9/11), X86,RISC-V, Microcontrollers of different architectures, follow the BSD 3. It is lightweight, with a kernel size of under 10 KB, and consumes very little […]

IoT Operating Systems

We can classify it into two groups: End devices and gateways.  End devices or nodes are often lot smaller in capability as compared to gateways. As more and more processing is pushed to the network edges (to gateways and nodes), traditional devices that used to run without an OS are embracing new OS implementations customized […]

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