UNISON RTOS - POSIX compatible OS for corporate industrial projects with STM32

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About this project

Have you already selected STM32 as your MCU and need a RTOS? We offer a fully POSIX compliant, Linux compatible, tiny real-time and modular RTOS.

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Project info

Type : RTOS for STM32 

Progress : released to production. Current version 5.5

Difficulty : Easy

License : Commercial 

The RoweBots Team :

Who made this ?

Kim Rowe

Idea and cookies

Kim's LinkedIn profile

 pkr@rowebots.com

Maxim Khomutov

Head of the RTOS Development department

maxim.khomutov@rowebots.net 

Oleg Malik

Quality control

 oleg.malik@rowebots.net

Lena Oginskaya

Marketing efforts 

Lena's LinkedIn profile

 lena.oginskaya@rowebots.net

Oleg MalikSupport

Things used in this project

Hardware components :

STM32F769I-EVAL1Ongoing development and testing of UNISON RTOS
B-L475E-IOT01A1B-L475E-IOT01A11Ongoing development and testing of UNISON RTOS
STM32F411E-DISCOSTM32F411E-DISCO1Ongoing development and testing of UNISON RTOS
STM32F746G-DISCOSTM32F746G-DISCO1Ongoing development and testing of UNISON RTOS
STM32F746G-EVALSTM32F746G-EVAL1Ongoing development and testing of UNISON RTOS
STM3240G-EVALSTM3240G-EVAL1Ongoing development and testing of UNISON RTOS

Software Tools :

  • Sourcery CodeBench from Mentor Grahics
  • IAR Embedded Workbench from IAR Systems
  • System Workbench for STM32

 

Story

Unison RTOS is a Real Time Operating System for a broad set of the IoT Embedded Applications. From helping the blind see to keeping you comfortable and safe at your home, Unison RTOS delivers unprecedented Time to Market reductions and Cloud Integration with Complete Security. Ideal for small MCUs or microcontrollers, Unison RTOS offers both a Tiny Memory Footprint and native POSIX Compliance providing a modular and open standards based approach for OEMs.

 

UNISON Layers Diagram 

UNISON Layers and Security Components

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