The Real-Time Executive for Multiprocessor Systems or RTEMS is a open source fully featured Real Time Operating System or RTOS that supports a variety of open standard application programming interfaces (API) and interface standards such as POSIX and BSD sockets. It is used in space flight, medical, networking and many more embedded devices across a wide range of processor architectures including ARM, PowerPC, Intel, Blackfin, MIPS, Microblaze and more. You can obtain commercial support or support via the active community. Major decisions about RTEMS are made by the core developers in concert with the user community, guided by the Mission Statement. We encourage everyone to contribute changes and help testing RTEMS. We provide access to our development sources via a Git Repository (see these Instructions for details). We strive to provide regular, high quality releases, which we want to work well on a wide range of embedded targets using cross development from a variety of hosts including GNU/Linux, Mingw, MS-Windows, FreeBSD, Cygwin, and Solaris.


September 02, 2014

The RTEMS Project finished another year of Google Summer of Code, with five students successfully completing projects from various areas of RTEMS. The final report with specific project details from each student can be found here for html and...

May 06, 2014

RTEMS is fortunate enough to be included once again in the ESA Summer of Code in Space. We want students!

This year we want to encourage the SOCIS students to focus on improvements to our new rtems-test Python-based framework. This will...

April 29, 2014

Last week the two Google Code-In 2013 Grand Prize Winners from RTEMS went to Google for the Grand Prize trip. This year RTEMS was allowed to send one mentor, so Gedare accompanied the two winning students. The trip was a lot of fun, and we look forward to GCI 2014!

February 07, 2014

Our friends at embedded brains GmbH will have a booth at the Embedded World 2014 Exhibition and Conference in Nuremberg, Germany. The conference is open from February 25 'til February 27. See the Embedded World ...

January 31, 2014

Thanks to Ben Gras from Minix, Joel Sherrill gave a talk about RTEMS at VU University in Amsterdam!

Title: Scheduling and Thread management with RTEMS
Hosted by: Herbert Bos and Ben Gras
When: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Where: Mathematics and Science Building ("Wiskunde...