Synonyms for freertos or Related words with freertos

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Examples of "freertos"
TivaWare for C Series includes support for FreeRTOS and TI-RTOS
Another project related to FreeRTOS, one with identical code but different licensing & pricing, is OpenRTOS from the commercial firm WITTENSTEIN Aerospace and Simulation Ltd. The commercial licensing terms for OpenRTOS remove all references to the GNU General Public License (GPL). For example: one of the conditions of using FreeRTOS in a commercial product is that the user is made aware of the use of FreeRTOS and the source code of FreeRTOS, but not the commercial product's application code, must be provided upon request. OpenRTOS is a commercial product only available via purchase and doesn't have this licensing requirement. OpenRTOS license purchasers also have access to full technical support.
An OBC designed from scratch around an STM32F4 MCU, with software built around FreeRTOS Operating System
SafeRTOS was developed by WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems, in partnership with Real Time Engineers Ltd, primary developer of the FreeRTOS project. Both SafeRTOS and FreeRTOS share the same scheduling algorithm, have similar APIs, and are otherwise very similar, but they were developed with differing objectives. SafeRTOS was developed solely in the C language to meet requirements for certification to IEC61508.
A number of real-time operating systems have been ported to OpenRISC, including RTEMS, FreeRTOS and eCos.
FreeRTOS is a popular real-time operating system kernel for embedded devices that has been ported to 35 microcontrollers. It is distributed under the GPL with an additional restriction and optional exception. The restriction forbids benchmarking while the exception permits users' proprietary code to remain closed source while maintaining the kernel itself as open source, thereby facilitating the use of FreeRTOS in proprietary applications.
FreeRTOS provides methods for multiple threads or tasks, mutexes, semaphores and software timers. A tick-less mode is provided for low power applications. Thread priorities are supported. FreeRTOS applications can be completely statically allocated. Alternatively RTOS objects can be dynamically allocated with five schemes of memory allocation provided:
PIC projects may utilize Real time operating systems such as FreeRTOS, AVIX RTOS, uRTOS, Salvo RTOS or other similar libraries for task scheduling and prioritization.
The OBC system will use an Atmel AVR32 UC3 with access to external flash and RAM, running a FreeRTOS lightweight operating system.
The ZPU has a well-tested port of the GNU Compiler Collection. Enthusiasts and firmware engineers have ported ECos, FreeRTOS and μClinux.
The SDCC compiler was used by the FreeRTOS project to port its real-time operating system to the 8051-based Silabs (formerly Cygnal) series of microcontrollers.
The C library is Newlib and the C++ library is Libstdc++. Ported RTOSes include MicroC/OS-II, FreeRTOS, ERIKA Enterprise and Phoenix-RTOS
SafeRTOS was constructed as a complementary offering to FreeRTOS, with common functionality but with a uniquely designed safety-critical implementation. When the FreeRTOS functional model was subjected to a full HAZOP, weakness with respect to user misuse and hardware failure within the functional model and API were identified and resolved. The resulting requirements set was put through a full IEC 61508 SIL 3 development life cycle, the highest possible for a software-only component.
The watch's firmware operating system is based on a FreeRTOS kernel and uses Newlib, the STM32 Peripheral Lib, the Ragel state machine compiler, and an unnamed UTF-8 Decoder.
Support for running custom FreeRTOS-based firmware on the Radeon HD 2400's UVD core (based on an Xtensa CPU), interfaced with a STM32 ARM-based board via IC, was attempted as of January 2012.
mbed TLS is currently available for most Operating Systems including Linux, Microsoft Windows, OS X, OpenWrt, Android, iOS and FreeRTOS. Chipsets supported at least include ARM, x86, PowerPC, MIPS.
Real-time operating systems that run on MIPS include CMX Systems, eCosCentric's eCos, ENEA OSE, Express Logic's ThreadX, FreeRTOS, Green Hills Software's Integrity, LynuxWorks' LynxOS, Mentor Graphics, Micrium's Micro-Controller Operating Systems (µC/OS), QNX Software Systems' QNX, Quadros Systems Inc.'s RTXC™ Quadros RTOS, Segger's embOS and Wind River's VxWorks.
Flyport is a smart and connected system on modules for the Internet of Things. Flyport is powered by a powerful and light open source framework (based on FreeRTOS) that manages the TCP/IP software stack, the user application and the integrated "web server"'.
In late October 2014, Espressif released a software development kit (SDK) that allowed the chip to be programmed, removing the need for a separate microcontroller. Since then, there have been many official SDK releases from Espressif; Espressif maintains two versions of the SDK — one that is based on FreeRTOS and the other based on callbacks.
FreeRTOS is designed to be small and simple. The kernel itself consists of only three C files. To make the code readable, easy to port, and maintainable, it is written mostly in C, but there are a few assembly functions included where needed (mostly in architecture-specific scheduler routines).