Along with the rest of the industry, Microsoft is transitioning to address the Internet of Things with its Windows 10 IoT Core operating system. While IoT Core is well-suited for generic IoT applications, it does not include the deterministic capabilities of its predecessor, Windows CE. This has created a void for many developers looking to transition embedded applications to the IoT. Fortunately, real-time extensions for the Windows 10 IoT Core offer a bridge.
In this white paper, embedded and IoT developers will learn:
About Microsoft’s transition from Windows CE to Windows 10 IoT Core
How gaps in this transition necessitate a real-time solution
How real-time operating system extensions from IntervalZero can be added to Windows 10 IoT Core to enable determinism in IoT applications
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