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Real-Time Systems Development with RTEMS and Multicore Processors

A new book featuring RTOS content is out and OAR's Dr. Joel Sherrill is a co-author for it. Dr. Sherrill's knowledge of RTEMS is an excellent contribution to the topics presented and talked about. Topics covered in the book use RTEMS as a solid foundation to answer questions relating to RTOS. Some of the questions RTEMS contributes to answering are RTOS and its usefulness, when it's needed, and what applications benefit from it's use. If you would like to learn more or even purchase this book, follow the link below.


OAR Announces Contribution to Deos RTOS Conformance to FACE™ Technical Standard, Edition 3.0 Safety Base and Security Profiles

Huntsville, AL. October 21, 2020. OAR Corporation announces that partner DDC-I received the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Conformance Certificate for their Deos DO-178C certifiable real-time operating system (RTOS), with OAR’s para-virtualized implementation of the Real Time Executive for Multiprocessor Systems (RTEMS). The certification covers the FACE™ Technical Standard, Edition 3.0 Safety Base and Security Profiles for the Operating System Segment (OSS) on the PowerPC.

OAR’s Joel Sherrill on Episode 335

Episode 335 of ( features Joel Sherrill from the RTEMS Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) community. This episode will debut on 24 June 2020. Joel was previously featured on Episode 93 ( The conversation that led to Episode 335 began after Joel heard an episode on "Why an RTOS?".

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