Booth 312, Embedded World, NURNBERG, Germany: Aonix(R), an independent global company delivering complete solutions for safety- and mission-critical applications, announced the port of PERC 4.1 to the QNX Neutrino 6.x RTOS. PERC, a Java virtual machine designed to provide real-time control, offers a new level of design control. With this port, developers are able to manage and control industrial control systems, networking many disparate computing devices and thousands of I/O points in the industrial control setting.
Remeber the music on your old Commandore C64? Now you can listen to it under QNX using sidplay2-decoder, a filter plugin for the Multimedia framework(QNX 6.2.1B+).Download your release from Johan Björk's homepage.This prerelease only supports 'PSID', A great source for (P)SID's is the High Voltage SID Collection (HVSC).
I came across this letter to Embedded Systems on their web site.
If you're reading this Bob Barker (if that is, in fact, your real name :-), nice (or at least effective) advocacy...
From 18th to 24th March at CeBIT 2004 in Hanover, NAVIGON GmbH will present an automotive product innovation - instantly turning a car radio into a navigation system. NAVIGON will be presenting the implementation of this innovation in conjunction with QNX Neutrino, the automotive operating system. As a partner and supplier for the development of driver assistance systems, NAVIGON has already made a name for itself in the car industry with MEDAS, the abbreviation for "Map Engine for Driver Assistance Systems".
VideoLAN main goals is MPEG streaming on a network, but it also features a standalone multimedia player. The VideoLAN Server can stream video read from a hard disk, a DVD player, a satellite card or an MPEG 2 compression card, and unicast or multicast it on a network.
Two years after the original launch of qnxZone, we have decided to update and freshen it up a little. We would love to have you come by and take a look and give us some feedback.
You can see the beta version of the new qnxZone at http://test.qnxzone.com
Robert Krten just announced the alpha release of the new resource manager wizard. The idea is that this will allow you to specify options that you want for your new resource manager, and you'll receive a tarball with the code. It is a web based tool and should be a fairly complete code generator by the time of the full release. Rob is looking for feedback! To start, just point your favorite web browser to http://www.parse.com:8080/cgi-bin/resmgr?mode=new
The mikmod-decoder 0.2 is a plugin for the 6.2.1B+ MultiMedia Framework which adds support for decoding many module types. You can download binary and source packages at QNX Plugins@Sourceforge. Any application that uses the MultiMedia framework should be able to playback supported audiofiles after you install this utility. The ones that is tested is 'mmplay' (included in a 6.2.1B install) respective 'killerAudio' availible from Killerstuff.net
The next release of QNX, commonly referred as QNX 6.3, is much anticipated by QNX users. In a recent news release, QNX Software Systems announced The next release of QNX Momentics is expected in second quarter of 2004. The new features in QNX 6.3 haven't been talked in the news announcement, but based on the earlier news postings on qnx.com, it is believed that we will be seeing the new Netfront backed voyager web browser. The Linux-hosted development option for QNX Momentics will also be available.