The LART is a small yet powerful embedded computer capable of running Linux. Its performance is around 250 MIPS while consuming less than 1 Watt of power. In a standard configuration it holds 32MB DRAM and 4MB Flash ROM, which is sufficient for a Linux kernel and a sizeable ramdisk image.
LART development boards
LART and KSB development boards, with User Guide and software, for the development of low-power, high-performance embedded Linux applications on ARM processors
a Java based OS for Lego RCX. It functions as replacement firmware for the Lego Mindstorms RCX, a programmable brick which is part of Lego's Robotics Invention System
Linaro brings together the open source community and the electronics industry to work on key projects, deliver great tools, reduce industry wide fragmentation and provide common foundations for Linux software distributions and stacks to land on.
Linux-Based Digital Set-Top Box Reference Design
a digital set-top box reference design based on the Intel architecture. This Linux-based set-top box provides a low-cost solution by combining an Intel Celeron processor, Sigma's REALmagic video decoder silicon, and Intel?s 810 graphics chip
an embedded SSL implementation designed for small footprint applications and devices. PeerSec Networks developed the code as part of our Device Web Services software to allow secure management of remote devices. Several secure embedded Web servers also use MatrixSSL for their encryption layer
MBL-28 Single Board Computer with Embedded Linux
Low cost Single Board Computer running Linux is available.
The main features are
: MIPS Processor, 8 Mb RAM and 2 Mb Flash, Ethernet Port, Serial Port,
On Board Power supply
Linux Kernel 2.4, httpd and telnet Server.
Serial Port for Console and Add on Card.
Memory Technology Device (MTD) Subsystem
a generic Linux subsystem for memory devices, especially Flash devices. The aim of the system is to make it simple to provide a driver for new hardware, by providing a generic interface between the hardware drivers and the upper layers of the system.
an Open Source project aimed at bringing the features of modern graphical windowing environments to smaller devices and platforms. Microwindows allows applications to be built and tested on the Linux desktop
MPST Digital Jukebox
replaces your current CD player in your stereo system. It does not require a keyboard or screen, but does need either a phone-line or network connection to the Internet. Just insert each CD into the Digital Jukebox. The Digital Jukebox will store the all music, download the artist name, album and song titles off the Internet, and catalog this information in the Digital Jukebox Library
MyCCM-HI is a component framework developed by Thales targeting mission- and safety-critical distributed real time embedded software.
NETSHe is a feature-rich and general-purpose Web interface and initialization system for OpenWRT-based firmware. Its main features are network interface management (including point-to-point and wireless), VLANs and aliases, advanced routing (static, multipath, rule-based, RIP, OSPF, BGP), a zone-based firewall, bridges with brouter and filtering capability, interface bonding, quality of service, bandwidth management, traffic shaping, rate control, traffic prioritization, L7 based IP traffic filtering and marking, extended management of wireless interfaces, an access concentrator for variable VPNs (PPTP, L2TP, and OpenVPN), and much more.
ntdisp, short for NtD In System Programming, is a system for programming LPC and STM32 (and possibly other) embedded devices.
The Open Distributed Data Acquisition System: ODDAS will consist of an inexpensive main board running embedded linux with a dedicated bus connecting it to smart sensor modules. The main board may connect to the rest of the world via ethernet or a wireless network, depending upon the application
OmniFlash comes feature packed with 2 serial ports, 16 digital I/O lines, Ethernet, a clock/calendar, and even audio capabilities! Expansion becomess easy for whatever else you may need through the USB interface. To handle all these new features, the OmniFlash comes equipped with a 200Mhz ARM processor, 32 MegaBytes RAM, and 16 MegaBytes Flash.
allows automobiles to communicate with a central system via cellular telephon
OpenMediaVault (formerly known as coreNAS) is a easy to administrate NAS based on Debian. Its primary target is the be open for adding additional services easily. The core system comes with a subset of services like CIFS/SMB, FTP, SSH, UPnP server, UPS, and more.
The OpenPCD hardware design is based on the CL RC632 Multiple Protocol Contactless Reader IC from Philips, which supports ISO 14443 A&B, ISO 15693, Mifare and ICODE protocols. This reader IC is connected via SPI to an ARM Microcontroller. We chose the AT91SAM7S128 with a 32-bit RISC processor architecture, 128 kbytes Flash and 32 kbytes SRAM. The Microcontroller is accessible via USB-B-MINI plug and optionally via a 20-pin JTAG header.
Pengachu is a $50 handheld Linux computer. 900MHz, 1mW, 200Kbps peering or hub-and-spoke internet gateways for wireless mode and a RS-485 wired LAN: 1Mbps multidrop.
PremierWave EN is an embedded Linux wireless device server.
Promwad develops embedded software for microprocessors, system-on-chip (SoC), digital signal processors and microcontrollers. We support various target platforms and architectures: ARM, XScale, x86, MIPS, PowerPC, TMS320, ADSP/Blackfin, AVR, MSP430.
a project to port the unix-like operating system Linux to a group of palmtops produced by Psion, and related machines such as the Geofox One. At present, working linux systems can be installed on any of the Series 5, Series 5MX, Series 5MX-Pro, Revo (Revo+, Mako), Series 7 and netBook machines
a high-performance application-ready embedded Linux platform designed for sensor, signal processing, control and telematic applications. It is based in Intel’s XScale® PXA255 processor, which is the same processor found in most powerful handheld computers today. PXA1 board has been designed for projects where price is a critical factor. Integrated LCD controller enables direct connection of LCD display and integration into target system
Red Hat Embedded Linux Developer Suite
Red Hat Embedded Linux Developer Suite was a collection of Tools and Runtime Technologies which enables the creation, deployment and testing of target software components for devices.
producers of ide compatible flash eprom cards
Screen Phone HS210
a new device featuring Bluetooth wireless communication technology, Internet and email access. The device, which runs on the Linux operating system, features a color touch screen and speakerphone and is intended as the centerpiece of a digitally networked home
The SheevaPlug is a development platform, targeted for use as a plug computer, and designed to run network-based software services. It features a Kirkwood Series SoC with an embedded Marvell Sheeva? CPU core running at 1.2 GHz.
sigrok is a portable, cross-platform logic analyzer program that supports various (usually USB-based) logic analyzer hardware products.
sigrok-cli is a portable, cross-platform, command-line logic analyzer program that supports various (usually USB-based) logic analyzer hardware products. It can decode various protocols, such as SPI, I2C, USB, UART, and many others.
SigScheme is a R5RS Scheme interpreter for embedded use. It features a small footprint (64KB in library form on the "small" configuration) like SIOD and TinyScheme, low memory consumption (2-words per cons cell), handling of multibyte characters (UTF-8, EUCs, and Shift_JIS), and more. It is mainly developed to replace the Scheme interpreter of uim.
sVimPy is a very small Python virtual machine intended for use in microcontroller projects.
TacoBox is a low-cost, networked I/O device controller designed for distributed control systems. It is based on an industrial standard PC technology, called PC/104. The TacoBox has no spinning hard disk but a small solid state hard disk. There is no keyboard, mouse or screen.
a Personal TV Service powered by Linux
Tizen is a Linux-based software platform for building visually rich, dynamic, and connected applications that run on devices based on Intel Atom processor technology.
TorTV is a build of the Tor Project maintained to run on TV devices and set-top boxes so that anyone with such a household appliance can contribute to strengthen the Tor network.
(commercial) a complete platform enabling implementation of embedded systems running uClinux
Unison Embedded Operating System
The Unison Embedded Operating System offers 32 bit architectural support for System On a Chip (SOC) MCUs, digital signal controllers (DSCs), and digtal signal processors (DSPs) with an ultra tiny modular memory footprint. Unison RTOS is fully Linux and POSIX compatible.
wxEmbedded is a project to bring support for small devices and PDAs to the wxWindows library. wxWindows itself is a cross-platform GUI written in C++ with support for most major GUIs including Windows, GTK, Apple's OS X, IBM's OS/2, plain DOS and plain X11.
XScale PXA250 Embedded Linux Platform
based on the new Intel XScale PXA250 400 MHz CPU, the TRITON Development Kit includes 64 MB SDRAM, 32 MB Flash, 10/100 Ethernet, LCD controller with Touchscreen support, RS232, a Compact Flash drive and pre-installed Debian Linux. A break-out area is provided for you to add further interfaces.
The Yocto Project is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture.
Zeta is a virtual platform or architecture. It is implemented in a software emulator, and it was created for the sole purpose of having a new target to which the Linux kernel, GNU bintutils, and GNU gcc can be ported.