Internet of Things


Ever smarter IoT foster strategic importance of a new OS architecture, like HyperPanel Lab does offer. Increased autonomy, lower cost, greater miniaturization, and reduced data footprint shall be one angle only of the numerous key issues to address and solve in the near future for IoT Operating Systems. As more Internet-enabled things come online - communicating with each other and compiling more and more comprehensive data sets - our world will become more efficient, safe, and personalized. Hand’s on Big Data collection will be as strategic as controlling energy sources today. Getting any and all critical signals to anticipate and predict what will happen to then step in to optimize the situation – even locally and real-time - will be absolutely paramount.

That is why the era of the Internet of Things requires a modular, configurable, and expandable real-time OS (RTOS). Such reinvented RTOS will need to add improved scalability, connectivity, security, safety, and an extended feature set to enable advanced real-time performances, low latency, and multi-core processor support.

As today’s popular OS, including any Linux iterations, are basically all PC centric, and therefore stand-alone, none of them are tailored to work in an environment where machines and devices will need to dynamically share physical resources one another without involving the Cloud, neither some sort of computer (such as a Smartphone today) to coordinate actions. Process automation, hardware hand-over between heterogeneous IoT of any size, and real time remote actions and edge decision making process will then set the first step towards some sort of artificial intelligence. Sidewise, controlling the new generation IoT Operating System software also permits new business landscapes and licensing opportunities to flexibly configure IoT products and offer value added services in virtually infinite licensing based models which would not result in an increase in manufacturing costs.

HyperPanel Lab has developped an Operating System that is specifically architected and dimensioned to fully unleash the IoT coming Paradigm. It is scalable, agile, memory lightweight, modular and spreadable among various physical devices. In other words, considering multiple IoT interacting but who do not necessarily replicate all built-in hardware resources or peripherals they may need at a given time, the HyperPanel Lab spreadable OS manages to make a group of independent devices to appear and behave like if it was a single computer. Moreover, our OS is highly secured as it enables total control over any and all hardware resources. This is essential to keep on controlling Big Data collection sources, but also because IoT devices tend to serve business-critical tasks, with direct and even irrevocable implications for the physical world.