Releases and Active Development

What is RTEMS?

The Real-Time Executive for Multiprocessor Systems or RTEMS is an open source Real Time Operating System (RTOS) that supports open standard application programming interfaces (API) such as POSIX. It is used in space flight, medical, networking and many more embedded devices using processor architectures including ARM, PowerPC, Intel, Blackfin, MIPS, Microblaze and more. Commercial support is available from US and European companies, and free support comes via the active global community. Major decisions about RTEMS are made by the core developers in concert with the user community, guided by the Mission Statement. 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 distributions, MS Windows, BSDs, Solaris, and Mac OS. We encourage everyone to contribute changes and feedback to RTEMS.

RTEMS News

April 05, 2017

On May 31, 2017, Sebastian Huber (embedded brains GmbH) will present
RTEMS-SMP at the DASIA2017 conference. The presentation's focus will be
the SMP specific extensions and time response scaling.

During the previous years, big efforts have been made to make RTEMS SMP
...

January 09, 2017

embedded brains GmbH is currently planning two open RTEMS classes "RTEMS Application Development" in Munich/Germany to start on

May 03, 2017

and

November 27, 2017.

This class has its main focus on application development based on the...

July 26, 2016

OAR Corporation will host an RTEMS training session in November, 2016. The classes are scheduled as follows:

Kick Start - November 14, 2016
For information and registration, see...

October 30, 2015

OAR Corporation will host an RTEMS training session in March, 2016. The classes are scheduled as follows:

Kick Start - March 14, 2016
For information and registration, see...

October 05, 2015

This summer the RTEMS Project had 10 excellent students participate in the Google Summer of Code Program (GSoC).

All of the students were new to RTEMS. We also had three outstanding new mentors: Ben Gras and Cyrille Artho, who are veteran mentors from other projects, and Ed Sutter, who is...