Keeping in mind all of our pain points with traditional ICT fixtures, we designed our ICT to be something that is more efficient in terms of cost, waste, and customization. This led to a relatively simple solution: standardizing.
These days there's no lack of operating systems to choose from for embedded systems; Wikipedia counts about 100 of them. The Eclipse survey still shows Linux leading the pack, with Windows, FreeRTOS and Mbed OS being widely used as well.
Nowadays, most of us have the privilege of not having to worry about surviving winter. Instead, we get to focus on finishing strong before the new year! At BCD, one of the ways we’re doing this is by celebrating October.
When it comes to testing your boards, there are only a few broad methods to choose from. If you’re prototyping, manually testing the board by hand is cost-effective and tells you exactly what you need to know. . . Another common method is Flying Probe Test.