What we do
Our team at Integra Sources has hands-on experience modifying and customizing Linux kernel, building device drivers and integrating periphery. We work with chip-powered devices, electronics, and robotics.
We provide Linux kernel and driver development services for clients looking to develop built-in or user-space drivers for their distribution of choice or integrate peripherals into their embedded systems.
If you need to incorporate your embedded Linux device with some peripherals on your custom PCB, we can handle this in a fast and easy manner. We write and install drivers for various peripheral devices required for your embedded system using two types of integrations: kernel-mode and user-mode.
Kernel module development
For some performance-critical real-time applications, interacting with hardware requires access to specific information in the system. For these situations, we develop kernel modules. A kernel module is a piece of code that is directly inserted into the Linux kernel. It has access to everything in the system and operates at the highest possible speed.
User-space Linux driver development
For end-user programs and GUI-based applications, we build user-space Linux drivers. These drivers communicate with the device through kernel supported functions. Performance of user-space drivers will not be as high as the performance of drivers running in the kernel.
Check out our recent case study
Kernel and driver development Embedded hardware development IoT Smart home Linux
The project consisted of hardware development for three printed circuit boards, embedded software development for a custom Linux image, and driver development for different modules of the smart home system.
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