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Community

The community of device manufacturers, developers, system integrators, and end users is the lifeblood of the Sedona Framework ecosystem.

Device Vendors

It all starts with device manufacturers enabling their devices for the Sedona Framework! The Sedona Framework has been designed to make it easy to get up and running on any device. There are two basic steps:

  1. IP Connectivity: all Sedona Framework-enabled devices must have IP connectivity. If your device has traditional IP networking such as Ethernet or Wi-Fi, then this is a breeze. But even small devices with minimal resources can become IP connected using a compact solution such as 6LoWPAN.
  2. Sedona VM (SVM): the Sedona Framework platform is hosted on a small virtual machine written in ANSI C. The VM is designed to be easily ported to different devices, microprocessors, and OS's (or no OS at all). See the porting chapter for details.

Software Developers

Anybody can write custom software for the Sedona Framework using the Sedona programming language. Code written in Sedona should be portable to any device that has been Sedona Framework-enabled. This is the key enabler for a flourishing ecosystem of software and device vendors. Take a look at the Developers link to get started developing Sedona Framework software.

Systems Integrators and End Users

System integrators and end users install Sedona Framework-enabled devices and software to solve real world problems. Because the core Sedona Framework technology is open source, users are guaranteed an open platform free from vendor lock-in. We offer the Sedona Framework Certification program for device manufacturers to guarantee their interoperability.