Embox is a configurable operating system kernel designed for resource constrained and embedded systems.
The key feature of Embox is that it can be used at all stages of hardware development with its uses ranging from testing early prototypes in a simulation environment to functioning as a full-featured operating system on the end-user devices.
If you would like to participate or have any question, feel free to open an issue on GitHub or leave a message in our group (mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org).
Pull requests are always appreciated!
Who we are
The project has been started by few employees of Hardware Engineering Department of Lanit-Tercom, Inc. as a part of commercial project in 2009, and soon it was decided to share the code with others. Now the development team consists primarily of students of Saint-Petersburg State University as well as of the founders of the project.