eSOL will participate in Embedded World 2019 held in Nuremberg, Germany from February 26th to 28th.
eSOL will showcase technology demonstrations targeting automotive and industrial, robotics markets, with using the following technologies:
eSOL's fully-owned scalable RTOS eMCOS is used in these demonstrations. eMCOS supports scalability from MCUs and single-core configurations to multi-many-core processors as well as multi-chip configurations, and provides its real-time capability and high-reliability for the latest advanced systems such as autonomous driving systems, industrial robots, and medical equipments.
Also, eSOL will present its solutions at the Exhibitor's Forum with a session titled "Scalability, up, down and right - a distributed micro-kernel for Automotive, Robotics and IoT".
February 26th - 28th, 2019
Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany
|eSOL's stand no.||
4-506, in Hall 4
|Date/Time||February 27th, 14:00-14:30
|Venue||Stand no. 2-510, in Hall 2
|Speaker||Rolland Dudemaine, Dipl. Ingr., eSOL Europe S.A.S.
|Title||Scalability, up, down and right - a distributed micro-kernel for Automotive, Robotics and IoT|
|Abstract||With constant evolution of both hardware and application-level software, operating systems also must adapt to more advanced architectures. eSOL eMCOS is a distributed microkernel that can scale from small 32-bit microcontrollers, up to many-core processors with POSIX PSE53 support. This allows a unified platform for tiny Edge IoT devices, ROS-based robotics, but also HPC and autonomous driving.|