Micrium's µC/OS-II was chosen to control one of the analytical labs aboard the Curiosity rover called SAM (Sample Analysis at Mars). This is the first time that our µC/OS-II has left the earth's gravity and been trusted with such an important mission.
“We found µC/OS to be rugged, portable and efficient, while being adaptable to our hardware constraints to optimize the required functions and hardware used.”
“The JetControl 647 is a high-capacity controller system for industrial automation applications. We use µC/OS because of low overhead and high performance.”
“Our experience with Micrium has been great. Micrium source code is accessible and well documented, and enabled us to easily transition code to our new platform.”
OVRO is one of the largest university-operated radio observatory in the world. The radio telescope station runs on 120 DSPs each running uC/OS-II.
“We selected Micrium because we wanted a reliable and certified RTOS to serve as one of the foundational components for our next generation of products.”
“Ultimately, everything comes back to support; when we’ve needed it, Micrium has always come through with a good response and a good response time.
“We have had excellent success with the Micrium products. They provide low overhead (CPU cycles/memory) on the system, while providing advanced features.”