Lorient, France – September 29th 2022 – IoT.bzh, an open source software company expert in
cybersecurity and Linux embedded solutions (automotive, industrial, energy, marine etc), today announced the
release of its first redpesk® factory version called « Armel 1.0 ». This factory
completes the redpesk® “Arz” first OS version released last year. A
ready-to-start factory is available online for free here
and with its documentation here.
In the 20th century the automotive industry developed advanced industrial manufacturing techniques to
reduce costs and time-to-market, likewise the emerging complex software growth of embedded systems (a
modern car contains more than 100 million lines of code) requires industrial solutions. It is key to
divide up software project organization and automate repetitive tasks such as the regular launch of
compilation, unit tests, deployment, etc.
Hence, redpesk® factory 1.0 includes the following features :
Cross-compilation for x86 & ARM architectures
+2 500 pre-built ready-to-use binary packages
SDK enabling fast native iteration cycles for developers
Automatic testing facility for both real & virtual environments
All these features are supported on multiple SoC architectures and reference boards:
Renesas H3/M3 ULCB, Raspberry PI 4, UP board & virtual machine QEMU-x86_64
Our redpesk® factory is a cutting edge tool to develop and maintain rich
software in an industrial way for embedded systems: as the number of lines of code explodes, automatization
is mandatory» said Fulup Le Foll, IoT.bzh CEO.
redpesk® is an “all-in-one” embedded Linux platform dedicated to Industrial IoT
A free developer edition aligned with CentOS Stream®
A subscription based LTS version aligned on a fork of
IoT.bzh is an expert software company with strong recognition inside the global open source community
its Linux and cybersecurity solutions dedicated to embedded markets (automotive, maritime, military,
aeronautics, energy etc).