Video: A closer look at the QNX medical reference design

Last week, I treated you to a video of the QNX medical reference design. Well, at the risk of repeating myself, here's a brand new video of the reference design, filmed at the embedded world conference in Nuremburg.

In this video, you get a closer (and clearer) look at the system's human machine interface, or HMI. And because the system is based on QNX technology, you also get to see some spiffy BlackBerry PlayBook integration.

Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and check it out:

As mentioned in previous posts (here and here), the medical reference design runs on the QNX Neutrino RTOS. The CPU is a Freescale imx51 processor based on an ARM Cortex-A8 core, and the user interface is built with the Qt framework.

Many thanks to our friends at ARM for shooting the video.

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