Major worldwide infusion pump systems manufacturer hired Auriga to port the infusion pump controlling application from a legacy platform (some of the components of it had reached end of life) to a modern ARM M4 platform, and to a new RTOS.
16-bit x86 CPU to 32-bit Cortex M4.
Legacy SMX to newer SMX on ARM.
Porting from x86 Assembler to ARM Assembler.
New compiler and tools to develop new build environment.
Legacy unit manual and automated tests executed.
Close-to-reality hardware prototype built.
App source tree backward-compatibility with legacy build environment and expected performance provided.
RTOS specific portions ported to keep the same behavior.
A modern, energy-efficient solution developed fast and within a reasonable budget.
Intel 80188 · ARM Cortex M4
GCC · MS Visual Studio
ARM Assembler · SMX RTOS
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