IoT Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) Markets, 2022-2027

DUBLIN, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “IoT Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) Market by Components, Processor Type, OS, Segment, and Industry Verticals 2022 – 2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This IoT RTOS Market report assesses the opportunities for RTOS and their use in embedded IoT systems, including hardware, software, and firmware by market segment and verticals.

It includes an assessment of devices and tools for supporting embedded systems processing in the IoT RTOS market. It also evaluates vendors, platforms, and solutions, including open-source and proprietary RTOSs.

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) represent tiny integrated devices or systems that combine mechanical and electrical components. MEMS consist of a central unit that processes data (the microprocessor) and several components that interact with the environment such as micro-sensors. MEMS offer a commercial advantage through their ability to sense, control and act at the micro scale and generate effects at the macro scale.

MEMS are key components in a wide variety of embedded devices, systems, solutions and applications across virtually every vertical. Major microelectronics vendors, such as STMicroelectronics, offer various MEMS solutions such as smart sensors and sensor hubs, UV index sensors, temperature sensors, and touch sensors. High growth areas for MEMS include a few emerging high-tech segments such as virtual reality and many Internet of Things (IoT) related areas such as connected vehicles, drones and others.

There is a close relationship between embedded systems, RTOS and IoT because real-time operating system solutions are a component to build complete embedded systems for IoT solutions for consumer products as well as Industrial IoT (IIoT) assets, systems and processes.

Embedded RTOS is a key enabler for deploying mission-critical and ultra-reliable IIoT applications across various verticals including industrial equipment, automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, government solutions, and more. This will especially be the case for Industry 4.0 in terms of industrial automation processes and manufacturing assets such as smart machines and cloud robotics.

This report provides an in-depth assessment of the RTOS Embedded IoT Systems market, including:

  • Evaluation of RTOS in Hardware, Software and Firmware 2022 – 2027
  • Analysis of embedded RTOS programs to support low-power device connectivity
  • Evaluation of devices and tools to support the processing of embedded systems in the IoT
  • Evaluation of applications and industry verticals, including the advantages of RTOS over the traditional operating system
  • Analysis of market segments and sub-segments considering emerging business models
  • Assessment of major RTOS vendors, platforms and solutions, including open source and proprietary technologies

Select report results:

  • RTOS will be essential for many forms of industrial automation, including intelligent machines
  • Europe will lead the IoT RTOS market till 2027, followed by Asia Pacific and North America
  • The main verticals for the IoT RTOS industry will be the global telecommunications, healthcare, automotive and aerospace markets
  • IoT RTOS requires a high degree of reliability and consistency in terms of the time between acceptance and completion of application tasks
  • Considerable consolidation in the ecosystem is expected as many smaller IoT RTOS players will be acquired or witness a significant change in business operations.

Main topics covered:

1.0 Executive Summary

2.0 Presentation
2.1 What is a real-time operating system?
2.1.1 Real-time kernel
2.1.2 MCU versus MPU
2.1.3 Real-Time System and RTOS
2.2 Real-time computing and RTOS: main characteristics of the RTOS system
2.2.1 Multitasking
2.2.2 Scheduler
2.2.3 Accurate timing
2.2.4 Memory management
2.2.5 Reliability
2.2.6 Task communication
2.3 Operation of the RTOS system
2.3.1 Task management
2.3.2 Planning
2.3.3 Resource Allocation
2.3.4 Interrupt management
2.4 RTOS systems versus a general purpose operating system
2.4.1 Priorities
2.4.2 Interrupt latency
2.4.3 Performance
2.4.4 General purpose operating system vs RTOS
2.5 RTOS system and deployment challenges
2.6 Types of RTOS systems
2.6.1 Real-Time Operating System RTOS
2.6.2 Enterprise real-time operating system RTOS
2.6.3 RTOS software real-time operating system

Value chain, architecture and RTOS 3.0 software ecosystem
3.1 RTOS value chain
3.2 RTOS software as embedded system
3.2.1 RTOS software requirements
3.2.1.1 Scalability
3.2.1.2 Modularity
3.2.1.3 Connected
3.2.1.4 Reliability
3.2.2 Industrial and consumer IoT requirements
3.2.3 Linux as an RTOS platform
3.2.4 Embedded system reliability
3.3 RTOS System Architecture
3.3.1 RTOS design process
3.3.2 RTOS Applications
3.3.3 RTOS System Performance Monitoring and Optimization
3.3.3.1 Memory footprint
3.3.3.2 Interrupt latency
3.3.3.3 Sync Kernel Service

4.0 IoT RTOS Company Analysis
4.1 Acontis Technologies
4.2 Alpha Microsystems Inc.
4.3 Altreonic AG
4.4 IMA
4.5 Analog Devices
4.6B-Labs Ltd.
4.7 AVIX-RT
4.8 Baigudin software
4.9 Black Hawk
4.10 Blunk Microsystems
4.11 Capros
4.12 CMX systems
4.13 Stratify laboratories
4.14 Time code technologies
4.15 Commsignia SA
4.16 DDCI
4.17 eCosCentric
4.18 Electronic Force
4.19 Integrated Laboratories
4.20 DioneOS
4.21 Embedded Access
4.22 Built-in office
4.23 Aeneas
4.24 ESOL
4.25 euros included
4.26 SRL Proof
4.27 Fentiss
4.28 NXP Semiconductors SA
4.29 Green Hills Software
4.30 Wittenstein High Integrity Systems
4.31 Hipperos
4.32 Umicos
4.33Huawei
4.34 Zero interval
4.35 Keith and Koep
4.36 Kithara
4.37 Lineo
4.38 Location
4.39 Lynx Software Technologies
4.40 MathWorks
4.41 Mentor Charts
4.42 micrometer
4.43 Silicon Laboratories
4.44 MontaVista software
4.45 National Instruments
4.46 OBP Search
4.47 Open Synergy
4.48 Kaspersky
4.49 Pengutronix
4.50 Phoenix Technologies
4.51 Pumpkin Inc.
4.52 BlackBerry QNX
4.53 Quadro
4.54 Radisys
4.55 Rowers
4.56 RT-Laboratories
4.57 Express Logic
4.58 Eremex
4.59 Sciopta
4.60 Segger
4.61 Half and half
4.62 Sierraware
4.63 Digital microphone
4.64 HyperC (Socware.net)
4.65 Spain
4.66 Sohwa & Sophia Technologies Inc.
4.67 ST Microelectronics
4.68 Quantum Leaps, LLC
4.69 Sysgo
4.70 Tenasys
4.71 Theos Software Corporation
4.72 Texas Instruments
4.73 tons
4.74 Trygtech
4.75 Unicoi Systems
4.76 Wind River
4.77 Apstra
4.78 Project Zephyr

5.0 IoT RTOS Market Analysis and Forecast 2022-2027
5.1 Global IoT RTOS Market 2022-2027
5.2 IoT RTOS Type 2022 – 2027
5.2.1 RTOS Embedded Micro Components vs. RTOS Embedded MEMS Components 2022 – 2027
5.2.2 RTOS 2022 – 2027 Embedded MCUs
5.3 RTOS Embedded IoT Devices Volume Vs. Value 2022 – 2027
5.4 RTOS 2022 – 2027 Integrated IoT Device Types
5.5 IoT Integrated RTOS by Segment 2022-2027
5.6 RTOS Embedded IoT Devices by Industry Vertical 2022-2027
5.7 RTOS Embedded IoT Devices by Region 2022-2027

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