Wind River Labs website goes live
VxWorks maker’s developer-focused website looks to drive innovation at the edge.
Wind River, developers of the VxWorks RTOS, has launched Wind River Labs, a developer-focused site that offers software projects, proofs-of-concept, open source integrations and experimental software. The site also includes a freely available VxWorks RTOS software developer kit (SDK) for the developer community.
The available VxWorks SDK includes an open source board support package for Raspberry Pi and UP Squared hardware. Developers can also download the latest version of VxWorks, along with projects such as ROS (Robot Operating System) 2, and start prototyping and designing applications on the company’s operating systems.
Other featured Wind River Labs projects include:
- TensorFlow for Wind River Linux
- OpenCV for VxWorks
- Microsoft Azure IoT SDK for VxWorks
- AWS IoT Device SDK for VxWorks
- Google Cloud IoT Core SDK for VxWorks
- Google Test support for VxWorks
- OpenAMP for VxWorks Remote Compute
“With the amount of software content proliferating, and autonomous and intelligent systems significantly growing in relevance, driving collaborative innovation is more important than ever,” said Gareth Noyes, chief strategy officer at Wind River. “Wind River Labs gives developers early access to cutting edge software projects, and allows the sharing of ideas through working code, examples, and recipes for technologies and community projects.”