Open Components for Embedded Real-time Applications
OCERA, that stands for Open Components for Embedded Real-time Applications, is an
European project, based on Open Source, which provides an
integrated execution environment for embedded real-time
applications. It is based on components and incorporates the latest
tecniques for build embedded systems.
OCERA combines the use of two kernels, Linux and RTLinux-GPL to
provide support for critical tasks (RTLinux-GPL executive) and soft
real-time applications (Linux kernel). Several components for both
environments have been developed to brings a innovative development
and deployment platform to the embedded developer.
OCERA permits the use of three profile components to build real-time applications:
- Hard real-time environment, a minimal kernel based on RTLinux-GPL that can be build jointly or separately fr
- Soft real-time systems, a Linux environment incorporating Quality of Service management.
- Hard and Soft real-time systems, jointly the facilities of both environments.
You can also find information about OCERA project at the SourceForge webpage