In battery operated embedded systems, an efficient energy management is a key feature for increasing the system lifetime, as well as for controlling the application performance. In this paper, we present a power management module designed for tiny embedded operating systems and implemented in the Erika Enterprise, an OSEK-compliant kernel. The obtained results show both the effectiveness of the presented component and the impact of operating mode changes on global performance.

Energy Management for Tiny Real-Time Kernels

MARINONI, Mauro;BUTTAZZO, Giorgio Carlo
2011

Abstract

In battery operated embedded systems, an efficient energy management is a key feature for increasing the system lifetime, as well as for controlling the application performance. In this paper, we present a power management module designed for tiny embedded operating systems and implemented in the Erika Enterprise, an OSEK-compliant kernel. The obtained results show both the effectiveness of the presented component and the impact of operating mode changes on global performance.
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