The bootloader is one of the most important components of an embedded system. Its significance is often underestimated as – from the user’s point of view – it does not directly fulfil any function. This is exactly where the crux is. The bootloader is an essential part of the device’s firmware and often a component required for updates. It serves the initial hardware set up and prepares the system for the start of the operating system.
We specialise in tailor-made development for all common embedded Linux bootloader types:
A lot of industrial applications require real-time solutions. This is where normal Linux systems often reach their limit. What matters, is the zero interrupt latency and calculability of certain reaction times. Here, systems such as FreeRTOS, NutOS, ecos, TNKernel etc. can prove their strengths. Our competent development team will support your real-time project from start to finish. Whether you are interested in kernel porting or driver development – get in touch!