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Introduction to Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS)

The complexity of embedded systems is growing and a Real Time Operating System is a popular solution for managing the ever increasing complexity. An RTOS provides a scalable way to manage system complexity and allows mixed hard real-time needs along with the other embedded software needs. In this session we will cover the basic features of an RTOS, examples of popular RTOSs, when to use RTOS, and pitfalls of using an RTOS.

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