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Breaking News:

2014-04-09 12:00

First LCA certificate issued

Major automation provider passed OSADL License Compliance Audit


2014-01-20 12:00

Good news from OIN

The Linux Defense Department


2013-11-06 12:00

SIL2LinuxMP ...

why Open Source/Open Proof is the right way to go for safety



OSADL Book Series

OSADL Academic Works

Book cover Vol. 1 of OSADL Academic works: Linux in Safety-Critical Applications by Roland Kammerer
Vol. 1: Linux in Safety-Critical Applications by Roland Kammerer
Book cover Vol. 2 of OSADL Academic works: The SCART Hardware-Software Interface by Martin Walter
Vol. 2: The SCART Hardware-Software Interface by Martin Walter

"Bridging the gap between academics and industry"

Bridging the gap between academic work and industrial practice, OSADL encourages and assists researchers to publish academic work in this book series to make the results of academic research available to a larger audience. For details about the conditions and procedures, please contact the editorsªosadl.org.

About the editors

The editors of the book series “OSADL Academic Works” have a long history of professional activities in the context of real-time and embedded operating systems and are all active supporters of OSADL.

Carsten Emde is managing the OSADL since its foundation and contributing to Linux with special respect to real-time capabilities. He is improving the Linux kernel mostly based on results gained from the real-time quality assurance farm he established.

Thomas Gleixner is one of the leading kernel developers; among others, he is the maintainer of the Linux x86 architecture tree and the real-time and timer-related components.

Nicholas Mc Guire is an internationally recognized expert for embedded and real-time systems. Since 2004, he is specializing on safety and pushing the use of Linux and Open Source for safety-critical systems.