The Zephyr Project is hosted by the Linux Foundation. The purpose of the Zephyr Project is to develop a small and scalable real-time operating system (RTOS).

The Zephyr RTOS is open source and modular. This RTOS allows developers to build anything from a small connected sensor to a small wireless gateway based on an Arm processor.

Pick a board

Zephyr is supported on a range of Arm-based boards that you can use to get started.

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Get started with Hello World

Follow this guide to get started and build your ‘Hello World’ application to get your board to flash its LED. 

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Get connected

Zephyr comes with a full connectivity stack. This stack allows you to connect an IoT device with a cloud provider through a connectivity protocol of your choice.

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Use Trusted Execution Environments

Zephyr enables you to develop a secure application by leveraging Trusted Firmware-M and TrustZone for Cortex-M.

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Contribute

Become a Zephyr contributor to gain more experience with a Linux distribution.

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Zephyr resources


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