eCROS, from eSOL, now supports Texas Instruments’ (TI) TMS320DM365 digital media processor based on DaVinci technology. eCROS seamlessly integrates a real time operating system (RTOS), middleware, and development tools with professional services. eCROS is ideal for digital media applications. It features high real-time performance, faster boot time, and minimum memory requirement. eCROS enables engineers to jump-start application development for HD-capable digital video devices on the DM365 (such as video doorbells and portable media players).
eCROS encompasses compact implementations of highly deterministic RTOSes, including µITRON-compliant PrKERNELv4 (PrOS), middleware, and development tools with optional professional services. PrKERNELv4 offers a very small, optimized operating system to get the most out of the high-performance/low-powered DM365, which large-sized, feature-laden operating systems cannot accomplish. It consumes minimal memory size and achieves true deterministic real-time behavior, which is best suited for digital video devices with memory constraints and the highest real-time response demands.
Middleware and tools with solid supports are provided in eCROS to simplify system development and integration. In addition, a broad range of video codecs such as H.264 and MPEG-4 (optimized for eCROS from Ittiam Systems) are available.
The TI ARM926EJ-S-based DM365 features a video-processing subsystem (VPSS) that has built-in image signal processing (ISP) capabilities, including face detection and noise filtering. The single-chip DM365 features integrated peripherals (such as EMAC and USB 2.0 Phy). The TMS320DM365 digital media processors are optimal for security cameras, portable media players, and video doorbells that require HD quality.
More info: Microchip Technology