Market leading real time kernel for 35+ microcontroller architectures
FreeRTOS is a market leading RTOS kernel from Amazon Web Services that supports more than 35 architectures and was downloaded once every 3 minutes during 2016. With millions of deployments in all imaginable market sectors (from toys to aircraft), the FreeRTOS kernel is trusted because it is professionally developed, strictly quality controlled, robust, supported, free to use in commercial products without a requirement to expose proprietary source code, and has no IP infringement risk. Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost cloud infrastructure platform that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world. In 2015 AWS added specific Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, and now offers Amazon FreeRTOS to help users securely connect their MCU devices to the cloud. Learn more at http://aws.amazon.com/freertos. ARM Cortex (Cortex-M0, Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M7, Cortex-A9, Cortex-A5), Renesas, TI, etc.
free alternative firmware for the DLink DNS-320/320L/321/323/325/327L
Alt-F provides a free alternative firmware for the DLINK DNS-320/320L/321/323/325/327L. Alt-F has Samba and NFS; supports ext2/3/4, VFAT, NTFS and ISO9660 filesystems; RAID 0, 1, 5 (with external USB disk) and JBOD; supports 2/3/4TB disks; rsync, ftp, sftp, ftps, ssh, lpd, DNS and DHCP servers, DDNS, fan and leds control, clean power up and down... and more. Alt-F also has a set of comprehensive administering web pages, you don't need to use the command line to configure it. Besides the built-in software, Alt-F also supports additional packages on disk, including ffp and Entware-ng packages, that you can install, update and uninstall using the administering web pages Alt-F is being developed and tested on a DNS-323-rev-A1/B1, a DNS325-rev-A1, a DNS-320L-rev-A1 and on a DNS-327L-rev-A1 hardware boards. Other models and boards are said to work. Support Forum: http://groups.google.com/group/alt-f Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/altfirmware
Real-time frameworks/RTOS based on active objects & state machines
Real-time frameworks/RTOS for building responsive and modular real-time embedded software as systems of active objects (concurrent state machines). The QP family consists of QP/C, QP/C++, and QP-nano frameworks, which are all strictly quality controlled, superbly documented, and commercially licensable. The behavior of active objects (a.k.a. actors) is specified in QP by means of hierarchical state machines (UML statecharts). The frameworks support manual coding of UML state machines in C or C++ as well as automatic code generation by means of the free QM modeling tool. All QP frameworks can run on bare-metal MCUs, completely replacing a traditional RTOS. Ports and ready-to-use examples are provided for major embedded CPUs, such as ARM Cortex-M, ARM7/9, MSP430, as well as Arduino and mbed. QP/C and QP/C++ can also work with a traditional RTOS/OS, such as ThreadX, FreeRTOS, embOS, and uC/OS-II as well as Linux (POSIX), Windows.
Debugging and programming interfaces for Freescale microcontroller
USBDM BDM Interface for Freescale Microcontrollers USBDM consists of two components: Hardware interfaces for various target devices This includes interfaces ranging from very simple hardware to more complete and capable hardware. Software to support these interfaces This includes: Plugins to work with Freescale's Codewarrior software under Windows Plugins to extend the usabilty of Eclipse with USBDM and Codesourcery & ARM toolchains. This includes GDB sprites providing a complete open source development toolchain. A set of stand-alone programmer applications. These support programming of RS08, HCS08, HCS12, Coldfire and Kinetis devices. Where applicable, the software is available for Windows and Linux. Keywords: BDM, OpenSDA, Peripheral Register View, Freescale, Debugger, Programmer, ARM Cortex-M, USBDM, OSBDM, TBDML, Eclipse plugin, SVD Viewer, Register View, Kinetis, Coldfire,HCS08,HCS12,GDB,Kinetis Design Studio, Eclipse
ChibiOS/RT is a free and efficient RTOS designed for deeply embedded applications. It offers a comprehensive set of kernel primitives and supports many architectures: ARM7, Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, PowerPC e200z, STM8, AVR, MSP430, ColdFire, H8S, x86.
DMX Library and usage examples for Arduino
This Library includes a DMX Master, DMX Slave and various examples on how to use its implementation. This projects has been started to support the use of our Shielded DMX / RDM Shield for Arduino. The library is made available under the GNU Lesser General Public License If you would like to make contributions to the source code feel free to contact the project admin
Providing easy OBD-II connectivity for open-source hardware
This OBD library for Arduino is developed for the OBD-II Adapter for Arduino. Several example sketches are provided for demonstrating the usage of the library as well as for real data logging use. The aim of the project is to provide Arduino vehicle connectivity via the OBD-II port with easy-to-use Arduino library so Arduino lovers can start play Arduino on their cars easily. Source code repository: https://github.com/stanleyhuangyc/ArduinoOBD
Scientific/engineering firmware repurposing HP business calculators!
This project has created scientific firmware for the HP-20b and HP-30b business calculators. The WP 34S turns either of these calculators into a powerful keystroke programmable scientific device. According to our customers, it's the most powerful and fastest RPN scientific pocket calculator ever built. The WP 34S is alive and stable since 2011. We have succeeded in satisfying the most picky users - read about their experiences on http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/forum-8.html. Find the Owner's Manual v3.2 at https://www.createspace.com/4106229 In 2014, we've updated the WP 34S to version 3.3. Our customers confirm its documentation is excellent and comprehensive (see feedback); an updated printed edition is available from https://www.createspace.com/6329314 since June 2016. We have also produced the WP 31S which is derived from the WP 34S source code. This is an entry-level scientific calculator. Its printed manual is available from https://www.createspace.com/4773370
Open source flash program for STM32 using the ST serial bootloader
Open source cross platform flash program for the STM32 ARM microcontrollers using the built-in ST serial bootloader over UART or I2C
Raspberry PI minimal linux distribution
Moebius Linux is a Raspberry PI armhf distribution built from scratch and targeted to have a small footprint. 20Mb of RAM (with ssh) and a 128Mb SD are minimum requirements. Size, speed and optimizations are main goals for this distro, take a look at it and contribute if you like it
Open Source SW/HW Project for Embedded Ethernet Applications. Works with AVR ATmega256/128/103, AVR32, SAM7X, SAM7S(E), SAM9, AT91X40, GameBoy Advance, Cortex M3 / M4 (STM32, NXP LPC, LM3S), Freescale Coldfire, RTL8019AS, LAN91C111, CS8900 and DM9000E chips. Offers a tiny TCP/IP stack including HTTP, FTP and DHCP.
Multiplatform USB DFU host utility
dfu-util is a host side implementation of the DFU 1.0 and DFU 1.1 specifications of the USB forum. DFU is intended to download and upload firmware to/from devices connected over USB.
opkg for cmu mazda infotainment
This is only repository binary file. If you interest, visit the website https://gitlab.com/mzdonline/cmu-opkg. For developer to activate package management system on CMU. Developer can easy to build own package .Look at Makefile and opkg/*
FlashForth is a standalone Forth system for the Microchip PIC 18, 24, 30, 33 and the Atmel Atmega series of microcontrollers. A Forth system with interpreter, compiler, assembler and multitasker is provided.
W-Bus communication library
This is a small library that allows comunicating with a Webasto (tm) W-Bus capable car heating system. Runs on Personal Computers or for embedded devices (slim design). Easily portable. Includes a Heater manager, heater controller program and more. The GIT repository (CVS is deprecated) also includes a control unit application to control W-Bus capable devices, a W-Bus compatible heater unit firmware application and a heater simulator for testing purposes. Also, a serial port loop back driver for linux is included to simulate OBD II K-Line adapters.
Bootloader for STM32, XMC, HCS12 and other microcontroller targets.
OpenBLT is mostly used as an STM32 bootloader, due to the popularity of STM32 microcontrollers. However, the bootloader’s architecture is such that it can work with any microcontroller and use any type of communication interface to perform firmware updates.
Open IoT & Smart Spaces framework
Freedomotic is an open source, flexible, secure Internet of Things (IoT) development framework, useful to build and manage modern smart spaces. It is targeted to private individuals (home automation) as well as business users (smart retail environments, ambient aware marketing, monitoring and analytics, etc). Freedomotic can interact with well known standard building automation protocols as well as with "do it yourself" solutions. It treats the web, social networks and branded frontends as first class components of the system. [GITHUB REPOSITORY] https://github.com/freedomotic/freedomotic [USERS' MANUAL] http://freedomotic-user-manual.readthedocs.io/ [DEVELOPERS' MANUAL] http://freedomotic-developer-manual.readthedocs.io/ [INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY] https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/freedom-domotics [ITALIAN COMMUNITY] https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/freedomotic-it [REPORT AN ISSUE] https://github.com/freedomotic/freedomotic/issues
Cryptic Allusion Dreamcast-related development: KallistiOS, Ghetto Pong, etc.
freeRTOS for Arduino Uno, Goldilocks 1284p & Mega 2560
AVR ATmega port of freeRTOS A port of freeRTOS which can be flexibly flexibly configured use almost any available Timer on AVR ATmega devices and will operate with almost any classic Arduino device from Arduino, SeeedStudio, Sparkfun, Freetronics or Pololu. Going forward this repository will be updated less often and only with major releases. Please check at Github for the latest commits. https://github.com/feilipu/avrfreertos The Goldilocks Analogue story is told here. http://feilipu.me/?s=Goldilocks+Analogue The Goldilocks 1284p story is here. http://feilipu.me/2013/03/08/goldilocks-1284p-arduino-uno-clone/ If this repository is too complicated to get started, a minimum AVR freeRTOS configured using the Watchdog Timer and Heap 3 is also also available. https://github.com/feilipu/miniAVRfreeRTOS For the Arduino platform there is a freeRTOS Library available in the Arduino IDE Library manager. https://github.com/feilipu/Arduino_FreeRTOS_Library
Guide on porting Contiki to new hardware platforms + extensive Contiki OS port for the Semtech LoRaMote platform (STM32L1). The STM32L1XX Standard Peripherals Library and LoRaMac project were used to implement the microcontroller's components, radio transceiver and sensors. Tested with Contiki 2.6 and Contiki 3. https://github.com/contiki-os/contiki https://github.com/Lora-net/LoRaMac-node http://www.st.com/content/st_com/en/products/embedded-software/mcus-embedded-software/stm32-embedded-software/stm32-standard-peripheral-libraries/stsw-stm32077.html
Alternative firmware and software with open source for platforms based on the SoC Realtek RTL8186. Альтернативная прошивка и ПО с открытым кодом для платформ на базе SoC Realtek RTL8186.
a linux based readonly image as appliance
Visit also: https://github.com/Anthilla/AnthillaOS For more updated Informations. Usable as test/dev exercise for appliances An x86 64bit gentoo image customized for readonly usage as appliances, fully functional and complete of more than 1000 pkg based on a gentoo+systemd distro. Hypervisor (kvm or xen) Storage (ZFS and Gluster) Container (Docker) Networking (iproute2, nftable, OpenVSwitch, Bird) Antd (http://www.anthilla.com/en/software/antd/ ) web based management all open source components from other projects are released under respective licenses, all parts, files,subprojects developed as part or this project are released under the BSD 3 clause license.
Turns the BeagleBone Black into a Nintendo-based retrogaming console.
The Beagle Entertainment System (BES) project is a complete filesystem image that turns the ARM-based BeagleBone Black single board computer into an embedded appliance capable of playing software for the SNES, NES, GBA, and Gameboy Color platforms. A full system image, ready to be written to a microSD card and used as-is, is available for download. Just connect your BES-enabled BeagleBone Black to your network and you can use BES's Node.js web interface to add or remove ROMs, configure gamepads, and edit ROM descriptions for the front-end GUI. There's no need to hand edit configuration files or manually copy ROM files onto the microSD card! BES source: https://github.com/hendersa/bes BES web interface: https://github.com/hendersa/bes-config-node BES kernel device tree: https://github.com/hendersa/bes-dtb-rebuilder
Open Source middleware platform with FreeRTOS, processor abstraction
uEZ(r) is an open source, embeddded middleware platform providing underlying RTOS and processor abstraction features enhancing portability of application code to multiple ARM and Renesas platforms with high reusability. Developed by Future Designs, Inc. at http://www.teamfdi.com Doxygen docs available at http://www.teamfdi.com/uez/docs/index.html uEZings blog: http://uezings.wordpress.com/ uEZ is now available in a 7-Zip archive in addition to the standard zip file. The 7z download is a much smaller file size. http://www.7-zip.org/ Use 7-Zip to open .7z archive files: https://sourceforge.net/projects/sevenzip uEZ 2.08 release introduces support for LPC4357, the uEZGUI-4357-50WVN-BA, Crossworks 3.6.5 and IAR 7.60 support, SSL support, and more. uEZ 2.09 release introduces support for Ubiquios, µC/Probe, Verizon Cellular, Bluetooth Low Energy, the uEZGUI-35QT, the uEZ-GW1, updated compiler support, and more.
An event driven processing runtime for multicore
Open Event Machine (OpenEM or EM) is an architectural abstraction and framework of an event driven multicore optimized processing concept originally developed for networking. It offers an easy programming concept for scalable and dynamically load balanced multicore data plane applications with a very low overhead run-to-completion principle. EM can run on bare metal for best performance or under an operating system with special arrangements. This release of the Open Event Machine contains the EM API as well as an example implementation for Intel multicore CPUs. !!! NOTE !!! Release version numbering scheme changed: after v1.5 follows v1.1.0, where 1.1 reflects the used OpenEM API version.