Lightweight intrusion detection for IoT and embedded devices.
The aim of the project is a lightweight intrusion detection library for embedded devices which supports MSP430 and ARM Cortex based devices. Features include DSP/SIMD support, IoT and embedded protocols, distributed operation, event and history management, tool supported configuration and visualization. There is a Java port that supports less features.
C-level driver collection for MSP430 and derivatives
ocapi is an open source driver collection for MSP430 and derivative processors. It provides a C language application programming interface (API) for deploying individual processor capabilities. Current modules support serial communication via UART, I2C and SPI, digital I/O (GPIO), analog-to-digital conversion (ADC), Timers and so on. ocapi aims at being independent of the development host platform. So it should work, no matter if you live in the Windows, Linux or Mac world. ocapi is used as the hardware abstraction layer for the MSP430 port of the Takatuka Java virtual machine (JVM). Before it can be used, the library must be built from the sources provided here. The build environment allows for fine grained configuration of the library's functionality and target system.
Low power application-configurable Operating System
langOS is an operating system for wireless sensor networks. It supports platforms based on the MSP430 microcontroller and is fully written in C. The operating system is designed to simplify the development of applications in the area of wireless sensor nodes as well as deeply embedded systems. It provides an easy to use configuration scheme, which makes a tailor-made configuration quite easy.