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

Published: May 2016
Pages: 45
Pricing:

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Keywords: Real-time Operating System, RTOS, RTOS for IoT, Internet of Things, IoT, RTOS in Industry, RTOS IIoT, RTOS Industrial Automation, RTOS Industry Verticals, Embedded RTOS, Hard vs. Soft RTOT, RTOS IoT Forecasts

Overview:

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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Target Audience:

  • Internet of Things companies
  • Wireless device manufacturers
  • Wearable technology suppliers
  • Digital signal processor providers
  • Telephony infrastructure providers
  • Computer and semiconductor companies
  • Embedded hardware, software and OS providers
  • Mobile/wireless network operators and service providers
  • Next generation application developers and content providers
  • Consumer electronics merchandisers and application providers

Report Benefits:

  • Understand RTOS in IoT
  • Embedded RTOS Revenue Forecasts 2016 - 2021
  • Embedded RTOS Installed Device Forecast 2016 - 2021
  • Understand the future of embedded RTOS in Internet of Things
  • Identify leading embedded RTOS companies to leverage and support IoT
  • Understand the impact of embedded RTOS on real-time IoT and sensor networks

Companies in Report:

AMD
ARM
Atari
Atmel
Contiki
FreeRTOS
Fujitsu
Google
Green Hill
Huawei
IBM
Intel
Linux
Mentor Graphics
Micrium
Microsoft
NEC
NXP
OpenWSN
Renesas
RIOT
Samsung
Sharp
Texas Instruments
TinyOS
Wind River

Table of Contents:

1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 WHAT IS RTOS?
1.1.1 REAL-TIME KERNEL
1.2 REAL-TIME SYSTEMS AND RTOS
1.3 RTOS FEATURES
1.3.1 MULTI-TASKING
1.3.2 SCHEDULER
1.3.3 PRECISE TIMING
1.3.4 MEMORY MANAGEMENT
1.3.5 RELIABILITY
1.3.6 TASK COMMUNICATION
1.4 FUNCTIONS OF RTOS
1.4.1 TASK MANAGEMENT
1.4.2 SCHEDULING
1.4.3 RESOURCE ALLOCATION
1.4.4 INTERRUPT HANDLING
1.5 HOW RTOS IS DIFFERENT?
1.5.1 PRIORITIES
1.5.2 INTERRUPT LATENCY
1.5.3 PERFORMANCE
1.6 WHY RTOS?
1.7 BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS OF RTOS
1.8 TYPES OF RTOS
1.8.1 HARD REAL-TIME
1.8.2 FIRM REAL-TIME
1.8.3 SOFT REAL-TIME
2.0 RTOS SOFTWARE, ARCHITECTURE, AND VALUE CHAIN
2.1 RTOS VALUE CHAIN
2.2 RTOS SOFTWARE
2.2.1 INDUSTRIAL VS. CONSUMER IOT REQUIREMENTS
2.2.2 LINUX AS A PLATFORM
2.2.3 EMBEDDED SYSTEM RELIABILITY
2.3 RTOS ARCHITECTURE
2.4 RTOS DESIGN
2.5 RTOS APPLICATION
2.6 RTOS PERFORMANCE MATRIX
2.6.1 MEMORY FOOTPRINT
2.6.2 INTERRUPT LATENCY
2.6.3 TIMING KERNEL SERVICE
3.0 EMBEDDED RTOS MARKET PROJECTIONS 2016 - 2021
3.1 EMBEDDED RTOS MARKET REVENUE
3.1.1 EMBEDDED RTOS HARDWARE REVENUE
3.1.2 EMBEDDED RTOS SOFTWARE REVENUE
3.1.3 EMBEDDED RTOS MCUS (MICROCONTROLLER) REVENUE
3.2 EMBEDDED RTOS MARKET BY APPLICATION SECTOR
3.3 EMBEDDED RTOS MARKET BY REGION
3.4 RTOS EMBEDDED DEVICES
3.5 RTOS EMBEDDED DEVICES BY APPLICATION
3.6 RTOS EMBEDDED DEVICES BY REGION
4.0 RTOS PLATFORM AND PROVIDER ANALYSIS
4.1 LINUX ZEPHYR PROJECT
4.2 GOOGLE BRILLO AND WEAVE
4.3 FREERTOS
4.4 CONTIKI
4.5 RIOT
4.6 TINYOS
4.7 OPENWSN
4.8 WIND RIVER VXWORKS
4.9 ARM MBED OS
4.10 LITEOS (HUAWEI)
4.11 WINDOWS 10 FOR IOT
4.12 NUCLEUS RTOS
4.13 GREEN HILL'S INTEGRITY
4.14 SAMSUNG'S TIZEN
4.15 MICRIUM µC/OS-II
5.0 RECOMMENDATIONS

Figures

Figure 1: Features of RTOS
Figure 2: RTOS Task States and Inter Task Connectivity Pattern
Figure 3: Types of RTOS and Deadline Diagram
Figure 4: RTOS Value Chain, Correlation, and Parties
Figure 5: Software Stack of Low Power Industrial IoT and Consumer IoT Device
Figure 6: Architecture of RTOS: Kernel and Modules
Figure 7: Interrupt Latency as RTOS Performance Matrix
Figure 8: Global Embedded RTOS Combined Market Revenue 2016 - 2021
Figure 9: Global RTOS Embedded Hardware Sales Revenue 2016 - 2021
Figure 10: Global RTOS Embedded Software Sales Revenue 2016 - 2021
Figure 11: Global RTOS Embedded MCUs Sales Revenue 2016 - 2021
Figure 12: RTOS Embedded IoT Connections 2016 - 2021
Figure 13: Integrity RTOS Architecture
Figure 14: Tizen IoT Ecosystem

Tables

Table 1: RTOS Embedded Revenue by Application Sectors 2016 - 2021
Table 2: Embedded RTOS Revenue by Region 2016 - 2021
Table 3: RTOS Embedded Devices by Application 2016 - 2021
Table 4: RTOS Embedded Devices by Region 2016 - 2021