Real-time operating systems (RTOS) for aerospace and safety-critical projects
A real-time operating system (RTOS) is an operating system designed for real time applications and environments where many events must be processed in a very short period of time and with specific deadlines. An RTOS is typically found in Airline traffic control systems, Command Control Systems, Heart Pacemakers, etc. The benefits of RTOS include maximum utilization of all resources, accelerated task shifting, error-free memory allocation management, and more.
- All Partitioned (ARINC 653) operating systems
- Low-level custom driver development and test
- Lightweight (non-arinc) microcontroller operating systems