The case for an open-source OS for connected devices that ensures their commercial and operational readiness in a comprehensive, easy way is presented. The talk details the architecture of the resulting Apache Mynewt OS and the rationale behind some of the key design and implementation decisions.
This presentation helps developers up and down the stack understand the requirements and challenges of embedded development environments – whether they are using common maker environments like Arduino or mature product-oriented tools. It covers the salient goals and features of Mynewt, the open source OS for MCUs.
This presentation lays out the case for an open source, hardware architecture agnostic OS for 32-bit MCUs. It then delves into the benefits of porting it to RISC-V architecture.