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The Role of an RTOS in an Embedded System

An embedded system is a special computer system that is designed to perform dedicated functions with real-time computing constraints. It contains software, memory, and a processor that may be 8051micro-controller memory ROM or ...

What Type of RTOS Is Best for Medical Devices?

Although real-time operating systems(RTOS) boost performance in medical devices, choosing whether to use commercial, open source or an in-house real-time operating system can be difficult. Let’s review some more information about ...

4 Types of Popular Real-Time Operating Systems

March 23rd, 2018 by Most commercial real-time operating systems(RTOS) rely on a set of tools to facilitate their development of real-time applications. Apart from the regular programming tools like compilers, debuggers, and editors, ...

Software-Based Motion Delivers Performance, Flexibility

by Kristin Lewotsky, Contributing EditorMotion Control & Motor Association In manufacturing today, everyone wants more throughput, more speed, more flexibility, and more performance. For every application that can be served ...

5 Reasons to Visit IntervalZero at Embedded World 2018

February 20th, 2018 by It’s that time of year again, when over 1,000 exhibitors and participants from 73 different countries come together in Nuremberg, Germany for the top international show for embedded systems: Embedded ...

RTOS Task Control Functions

February 16th, 2018 by A real-time operating system (RTOS) supports functions that initialize, spawn and activate all new tasks. It enables the gathering of information on existing tasks within the system to facilitate task naming, ...