„Today companies use Embedded Linux for its functionality and connectivity, but still have major concerns when it comes to hard real-time and safety-critical requirements.” explains Knut Degen, CEO of SYSGO. “In combination with the PikeOS micro kernel, the advantages of Linux can be utilised within a safe partition while the hard real-time and safety-critical parts of the application can run in a separate partition.”
The key focus of the new ELinOS version is the comfortable handling and concise configuration of embedded systems. CODEO, the Eclipse-based development environment, provides a unified platform to develop applications for Linux and PikeOS’ real-time API’s like OSEK or POSIX within one single IDE . ELinOS v4.0 will be delivered with many Board Support Packages, created in collaboration with leading hardware vendors.
More information at www.sysgo.com/elinos