6 Open Source Operating Systems for the Internet of Things (IoT)

by May 31, 2016 0 comments

Whether you are small to large enterprises, IoT is one of the useful technology that can help you to be connected on-the-go. And to utilise this at fullest you require open source operating systems, so here we have listed some of the useful OS for the internet of things…

1.Contiki

It is an open source IoT operating system, boasts highly efficient memory allocation, full IP networking, power awareness, standards support, dynamic module loading, support for a wide variety of hardware and more.

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2.FreeRTOS

It claims to be “the market-leading real-time operating system and the de-facto standard solution for microcontrollers and small microprocessors.” Optional commercial licensing and support are available.

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3.Raspbian

It is a variation of Debian Linux optimized to run on the Raspberry Pi. There are different ways of installing software on your Raspberry Pi, depending on where the source of the software lives.The most common are through command line tool APT (Advanced Packaging Tool.

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4.RIOT

RIOT calls itself “the friendly operating system for the Internet of Things,” and it aims to be developer-friendly, resource-friendly, and IoT-friendly. It supports for C and C++, multi-threading, energy efficiency and more.

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5.TinyOS

It is a popular operating system designed for low-power wireless devices, such as those in IoT deployments. It boasts excellent support for networking and low-power operation.

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6.Tizen

It is a Linux-based operating system for mobile and connected devices, and it comes in versions for vehicles, smartphones and tablets, TV and wearables.

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