In this new blog post, Amy Occhialino, the Zephyr Project Governing Board Chair, shares a preview of what’s to come in 2019.
As we look forward into 2019, the Zephyr Governing board is excited about two major project milestones. First, we will release our first Long Term Support (LTS) version in the first quarter. This release will include new and enhanced features and will continue to solidify Zephyr’s presence as a viable long-term open source solution in the embedded real-time operating system market.
Secondly, the Zephyr project will be pursuing the Functional Safety (FuSa) certification of its core operating system. This certification process will continue to grow Zephyr’s industrial solution applications and we will communicate FuSa milestones and features as they are developed and achieved over the course of 2019.
Here’s to a fantastic New Year! We really appreciate all of the hard work and dedication from the Zephyr community that makes the project such a vibrant and growth-focused open source project. Please continue to look to our new communication channels like Slack for further information on both our LTS release and FuSa activities.
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