Support for uC/OS
The real-time operating system µC/OS is a full-featured embedded operating system. Features support for TCP/IP, USB, CAN bus, and Modbus. Includes a robust file system and graphical user interface. The major capabilities are:
Background of uC components
History of µC/OS
Micrium is founded in 1999 and starts to build the µC/OS family. The company became part of Silicon Labs in 2016. The Micrium µC/OS family has consistently held the leadership position in embedded software components. The Micrium µC/OS family is recognized for its unparalleled reliability, performance, dependability, impeccable source code, and extensive documentation. In addition, some Micrium components contain certifications that meet the rigorous safety-critical standards demanded by industries that include medical electronics, avionics, and industrial products. Micrium software was created for engineers by engineers.
Since Feb. 2020, Silicon Labs decides to provide the Micrium µC/OS product family as open-source to the embedded community.
Support and Consulting
Embedded Office has been a distributor and service provider for Micrium Software for over 13 years. During this time, Micrium and Embedded Office have achieved an extraordinary relationship of trust with openness and honesty. Over this time, Embedded Office sold the software from Micrium and used and appreciated it actively in various customer projects in real use.
From many customer reviews, we got the feedback, that our advice is already in the sales phase very competent and helpful. Further training and workshops on the efficient use of Micrium software in a specific project are also very popular.
For advice and support in using the software in your safety project, you can use the deep know-how and experience of Embedded Office.
While the usage of the uC/OS component family is free of charge in any commercial product, Embedded Office offers professional service for the usage and configuration of these components.
Besides the community-driven support, Embedded Office offers professional support for the uC/OS component family.
The course covers the concepts of an RTOS and explains the background and function of each service.