Autonomous operation of small, networked systems using sensors and artificial intelligence algorithms can be addressed with the functionality of Windows CE. A “swarm” of UAVs dealing with changing conditions and strategies provides an example. [More…]
PC technology and standard Windows operating systems can be combined with a real-time extension to build highly reliable and extensible real-time platforms, adopting a “single-computer dual-OS” system approach. [More…]
Once the decision has been made to go with a Windows-based
embedded operating system, there are a number of issues to resolve
before settling on which one to use.
Coming to the embedded Windows world is the combination of
new on-chip debug facilities with intelligent debug probes, a
robust debugger API and OS-aware debuggers that will allow the
engineer to regain full non-intrusive target control and visibility
during each phase of the development project.
Microsoft Windows CE .NET is not only an appropriate solution for hard,
real-time requirements in specific situations, but also provides the framework
for a rich graphical user interface and advanced network support. [More…]