More and more embedded applications feature real-time operating systems (RTOS). In particular, applications that must handle tasks which require synchronization, timely responses, multiple tasks or threads at the same time.
Getting started with an RTOS is a project with potential time savings. The generic RTOS requires adaptions to a specific core, target device and/or specific toolchain. These adaptions usually happen inside the board support package. Many RTOSes leave this task to the user of the RTOS.
All popular cores and compilers are already supported by more than 80 embOS ports. These include over 500 board support packages for the embedded market. In this webinar, we will provide a quick overview of embOS, its features and capabilities and show you how you can run your first embOS application in less than 10 minutes.
embOS is the real-time operating system from SEGGER, and also works as part of the embedded operating system, emPower OS. Priority-controlled, by design it functions as the foundation of embedded applications and has been a leading RTOS in the market for over two decades.
emPower OS is a complete operating system that provides the ideal environment for any developer creating an embedded system or IoT device. It can be adapted to resource-constrained single-chip microcontroller systems without external memory or scaled up for highest performance without unnecessary overhead on application processors (MPU). This all-in-one solution supports any vendor, any chip, and any cloud provider for easy, cost-effective, and risk-free changing of vendors and individual hardware platforms.