We support industrial customers during the development of Linux-based devices with:
- Schematics review
- Training and workshops
Our Linux kernel team develops mainline solutions for industrial customers regarding:
- Architecture ports
- Long-term maintenance
Linux-based multimedia devices are an optimal platform for highest performance:
- 3D drivers: DRM/MESA
- Video4Linux, GStreamer
- Wayland, QML, X11
Latest Blog Posts
The USB-SD-Mux is designed to make life easier for embedded software engineers by automating the transfer of an SD card between a host PC (deploying a new software image to the SD card) and an embedded Linux device. Since we have introduced this device into our Embedded Linux development workflow back in 2019 we have probably written thousands of SD card images with it. Now the usbsdmux software controlling the device has gained a new feature: It can now read and decode a few SD card information registers. This makes it possible to gain more insight into the capabilities of the used SD card - especially while developing on low-level software and drivers interfacing with the SD card.
In the third and final part of our retrospective series, we look at our sister company Linux Automation GmbH, which, in addition to moving into new premises, has used the year to bring the long-awaited LXA TAC (Test Automation Controller) closer to market maturity despite all adversities. The colleagues provide a brief review and insight into this, as well as into current further developments of existing products.
In the second part of our review, we will focus, among other things, on the work of our graphics and multimedia team, which again covers the entire Linux stack, from the kernel to mesa to Pipwire, Weston and Webkit has accommodated a whole range of bug fixes, extensions and adjustments to cover the requirements of a wide range of customer projects.