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Wind River joins open source automation group

Feb 26, 2013  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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Embedded Linux vendor Wind River has joined the Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL), in order to “collaborate with other OSADL members to further promote and support Linux solutions for the embedded and industrial markets.”

According to its website, the OSADL aims to “foster the development of open source projects in the areas of embedded systems and industrial design, including projects focused on real-time and safety-related systems, and special drivers for the Linux kernel required by the automation industry.” Its members include “equipment manufacturers, hardware and software companies, service providers, and user associations to achieve synergies to grow open source initiatives.”

“OSADL continues to be a driver for the development of Linux and open source projects to meet the demands of the automation industry,” stated OSADL general manager Carsten Emde. “With its heritage of extensive embedded and industry experience, we welcome Wind River to the OSADL. Wind River has been a strong open source champion and we look forward to working with them.”

Further information on the OSADL is available on the organization’s website. Visit Wind River here.

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