IoT.bzh is a company based in Lorient (Brittany, France) and made up of experts in secure embedded Linux OS recognized worldwide in the open source community. Since its creation in 2015, IoT.bzh has capitalized on the open source work of the Tizen OS (www.tizen.org) from the former Wind River / Intel Vannes R&D center for Samsung connected TVs and watches. Thus, IoT.bzh quickly became the technical leader of the Automotive Grade Linux project (www.automotivelinux.org) managed by the Linux foundation. After TVs and automotive, IoT.bzh engineers are also targeting other industrial IoT markets such as maritime, energy or military via a continuous integration and long-term (+10 years) maintenance platform called redpesk® (www.redpesk.bzh).
IoT.bzh is the coordinator of Seanatic project for which it is developing a secure Linux OS adapted to maritime constraints and based on its redpesk® platform in order to guarantee functional and cybsecurity maintenance for a minimum period of 10 years.