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The gliwOS scheduler is very simple and efficient with the following features:
  • compile-time optimization for minimal execution time and memory consumption
  • similar to OSEK/AUTOSAR: existing customer applications have been adapted from AUTOSAR OS to gliwOS (and back again) with negligible effort
  • support for multi-core processors (e.g. Infineon AURIX™ and Freescale e200-based multi-core processors)
  • two scheduling strategies: highly reactive preemptive multitasking and economical cooperative multitasking, can be combined in the same application
  • simple configuration via a single header file
  • periodic and non-periodic tasks
  • error handling
  • background processing (task)
  • supplied as source code, providing full control
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NEW product T1.accessPredictor
Upset by MPU exceptions in the field? T1.accessPredictor allows you to check for any memory access violations before even flashing the software. It will perform a static analysis by disassembling the binary, building up the call-tree and identifying r/w memory accesses for each function. No source code required!

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T1 supports TC39x
Synchronized traces from 6 cores!
T1 makes it happen. Click here, to view a screenshot of T1 with 6 synchronized traces and some cross-core communications.


More details on the AURIX 2G can be found in Infineon's official press-release.

Multi-core in minutes
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The AURIX based ATdemo comes with a multi-core OS, a demo application and built-in T1 timing analysis. It was never easier to get started with multi-core.
Click here for details.
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