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RTOS Basics and Application: RTOS Mechanisms and their Application in Runtime Architectures for Embedded and Real-time Systems
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You are familiar with the mechanisms of modern real-time operating systems and can use them to develop new software runtime architectures and maintain existing ones - independent of the actual real-time operating system product. You can document and communicate software runtime architectures.

Software developers, software architects

General Introduction: Real-time Operating Systems

  • Key terminology
  • Different operating system types
  • Requirements regarding operating system, hardware, development tools

Process/Thread/Task Management

  • Schedulers and their algorithms

Interrupt Management

  • Interrupt service routines, threads/tasks

Time Management

  • System tick, timer and watchdog services

Coordination Mechanisms: Synchronization

  • Events, signals, semaphore, promise and future

Coordination Mechanisms: Resource Management

  • Semaphore, mutex, critical section, condition variable, spinlock

Communication Mechanisms

  • Shared memory, mailboxes, queues, message buffer, pipes, message based, sockets

Memory Management

  • Memory segments
  • Stack monitoring
  • Dynamic memory management
  • Memory pools and memory blocks
  • MPU (memory protection unit) and MMP (memory management unit) support

Input/Output Management

  • Driver concepts

Debugging at OS Mechanism Level

Important Programming and Design Rules for Multithreading/ Multitasking/ Multiprocessing Development

Developing the Software Runtime Architecture

  • Designing embedded and real-time software
  • Documentation and communication by means of UML (Unified Modeling Language)
  • Introduction and comparison of different runtime architecture concepts - with and without operating system
  • Predictability of the different runtime architecture concepts
  • Runtime architecture patterns and their use for concrete tasks
  • Selection guidelines for the "right" runtime architecture concept
  • Transforming an existing SW architecture without operating system to an architecture with OS, with optimized OS mechanism utilization
  • Operating System Abstraction Layer OSAL
  • Multicore and multiprocessor aspects

Operating System Selection Guidelines and Product Overview

Practical Exercises

  • Programming exercises regarding mechanisms are performed on current embedded hardware.
  • An embedded hardware is developed step by step.
  • Programming exercises regarding mechanisms are performed with a real-time operating system. Attendees can choose between a freely available OS (FreeRTOS™) or commercial OS.
  • Development and documentation of a runtime architecture for a typical embedded SW application with OS mechanisms.

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IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • In case of an exclusive on-site training, we will be happy to adjust the theoretical content to the operating system used in your company.
  • Day 4 of this training can also be booked separately with our training "RTOS Mechanisms" (please use the link in the button below -- "Related Trainings")


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RTOS Basics and Application: RTOS Mechanisms and their Application in Runtime Architectures for Embedded and Real-time Systems

Content

General Introduction: Real-time Operating Systems

  • Key terminology
  • Different operating system types
  • Requirements regarding operating system, hardware, development tools

Process/Thread/Task Management

  • Schedulers and their algorithms

Interrupt Management

  • Interrupt service routines, threads/tasks

Time Management

  • System tick, timer and watchdog services

Coordination Mechanisms: Synchronization

  • Events, signals, semaphore, promise and future

Coordination Mechanisms: Resource Management

  • Semaphore, mutex, critical section, condition variable, spinlock

Communication Mechanisms

  • Shared memory, mailboxes, queues, message buffer, pipes, message based, sockets

Memory Management

  • Memory segments
  • Stack monitoring
  • Dynamic memory management
  • Memory pools and memory blocks
  • MPU (memory protection unit) and MMP (memory management unit) support

Input/Output Management

  • Driver concepts

Debugging at OS Mechanism Level

Important Programming and Design Rules for Multithreading/ Multitasking/ Multiprocessing Development

Developing the Software Runtime Architecture

  • Designing embedded and real-time software
  • Documentation and communication by means of UML (Unified Modeling Language)
  • Introduction and comparison of different runtime architecture concepts - with and without operating system
  • Predictability of the different runtime architecture concepts
  • Runtime architecture patterns and their use for concrete tasks
  • Selection guidelines for the "right" runtime architecture concept
  • Transforming an existing SW architecture without operating system to an architecture with OS, with optimized OS mechanism utilization
  • Operating System Abstraction Layer OSAL
  • Multicore and multiprocessor aspects

Operating System Selection Guidelines and Product Overview

Practical Exercises

  • Programming exercises regarding mechanisms are performed on current embedded hardware.
  • An embedded hardware is developed step by step.
  • Programming exercises regarding mechanisms are performed with a real-time operating system. Attendees can choose between a freely available OS (FreeRTOS™) or commercial OS.
  • Development and documentation of a runtime architecture for a typical embedded SW application with OS mechanisms.

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IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • In case of an exclusive on-site training, we will be happy to adjust the theoretical content to the operating system used in your company.
  • Day 4 of this training can also be booked separately with our training "RTOS Mechanisms" (please use the link in the button below -- "Related Trainings")

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