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Embedded.com Tech Focus Newsletter (4-7-14): The future of Linux in embedded and IoT systems


April 07, 2014

The future of Linux in embedded and IoT systems

The Linux operating system is now a mainstream embedded OS. But for how long? Will the demands for extreme security and small memory footprint on the Internet of Things displace its monolithic kernel with more flexible lightweight alternatives?

Stereo Vision for Remotely Operated Robots using RT-Linux

A real time Linux based design for a binocular robotic head that uses stereo video streaming with low latency to aid in remote operation.

An In-Vehicle Infotainment Software Architecture based on Android

An Android-based auto Infotainment architecture that combines extendibility and safety requirements and support for third-party application segregation with a safety related layer

An Android-based automotive middleware architecture for plug-and-play apps

Drawing from recent advancements in the mobile phone operating systems, an Android-based software architecture is described which supports the use of play-and- play in automotive systems.

Reliable real-time applications of the Android Linux OS

An evaluation of the best ways to get both soft and hard realtime performance out of Google’s Android Linux distribution

An Android-Based Body Area Network Gateway for medical applications

A Body Area Network (BAN) gateway to Android mobile phones for mobile health applications based on a Secure Digital Input Output (SDIO) interface.

KNX-Based Home Automation Systems for Android Mobile Devices

An Android based automation system that allows the user to monitor and manage a home automation implant in a flexible, simple and safe way by providing a high level of abstraction of real devices.

Running Linux and AUTOSAR side by side in mixed criticality systems

Mixed criticality systems are systems, on which safety-critical and non safety-critical software run simultaneously, it's necessary that all deadlines of safety critical jobs can be met.

Remote control of devices using an Android platform

Remote control of devices using the Android mobile platform to run group of server programs on the mobile device that were connected to the network or USB interface, depending on availability.

Accelerating network packet processing in Linux

Here's a way to accelerate network packet processing in Linux with an application-specific fastpath in addition to the networking stack.

Linux device driver strategies in network designs

When writing software for Linux-based networking designs be aware that there are distinct differences in such areas as the driver model for hardware access and that the software components are separated across memory spaces.

Building a Linux-based femtocell base-station using software performance engineering: Part 1

First in a two part series on how to build a wireless femtocell using a single chip base-station SoC and a Linux-based fast-path architecture.

Embedded Linux and Android: Friends or Foes?

How to determine when to use Android and when to use embedded Linux for your embedded device.

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