Zephyr Project

The Zephyr Project is an open-source, real-time operating system (RTOS) designed for use in Internet of Things (IoT) and other embedded applications. It is the leading open source RTOS for modern embedded systems and is developed by a community of developers and maintained by the Linux Foundation. The Zephyr Project aims to provide a small, scalable, and secure RTOS that can be used in a wide range of embedded devices, including those with limited resources. It supports a variety of architectures, including ARM, x86, and RISC-V, and can be used on devices ranging from tiny microcontrollers to larger systems-on-chips (SoCs). In addition to its small size and scalability, the Zephyr Project is designed to be highly secure, with support for features such as secure boot and secure storage. It also includes support for various communication protocols, including Bluetooth, IPv6, and 6LoWPAN.

We at Pure Engineering are dedicated to using Zephyr Project as our standard platform for our resource constrained devices that need to be safe and secure. We have brought many dozens of products from start to finish using the Zephyr Project.

In addition to supporting customer solutions, we offer our PURE IoT stack built on top of Zephyr Project's great foundation. With PURE IoT stack we have optimized device to cloud communications and device management. We can offer both firmware and cloud solutions to get your project ready to scale quickly and painlessly. Our solution focuses on minimizing data usage and power while simplifying application development and device management.

Contact us if you are in the need for consulting services for helping start a new Project, solving a challenging issue you are having, or are just getting started and need help navigating DTS, conf, and CMake files.