A two-day course providing an introduction to the theory, structure and practice of real-time operating systems. Particular emphasis is placed on issues relating to embedded applications. Nevertheless, this course is still of significant value to engineers developing non-embedded real-time projects.
The course covers basic concepts, practical issues and commercial implementations of modern operating systems. Approximately 50% of the time is given over to lectures, the remainder being split between course workshops and practical demonstrations.
This course is ideal for engineers who are new to the field of real-time. It is also applicable to both managers and engineers who are considering the use of Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) on future projects.
The course has been developed by the well-known real-time author Dr. J. E. Cooling.
It is available on-site and is also part of our public training schedule. We are always happy to discuss course customisation.