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Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) for the Internet of Things

A Real-time Operating Systems (RTOS) is an OS that manages hardware resources, hosts applications, and processes data on real-time basis. RTOS defines the real time task processing time, interrupt latency, and longer period reliability of both hardware and applications, especially for low powered and memory constrained devices and networks. The key difference between RTOS and a general purpose OS lies within its high degree of reliability and consistency on timing between application’s task acceptance and completion.

RTOS is a critical component to build comprehensive embedded systems for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for both consumer and industrial IoT (IIoT). Embedded RTOS is a key consideration to build mission critical, reliable IIoT applications across various industry verticals including industrial equipment, automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, government solutions, and more.

Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) for The Internet of Things (IoT) provides analysis of RTOS for IoT including hard vs. soft RTOS, embedded RTOS programs for rugged hardware, low power network and connectivity for RTOS, peripherals and tools to support processing of embedded systems in IoT, and leading RTOS platforms including both open source and proprietary. The report also provides forecasts for the 2016 – 2021 period for embedded RTOS revenue including rugged hardware, software, and microcontrollers. The forecasting includes a regional view for embedded RTOS revenue and the installed base of devices for the same period.

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