Oniro is an Eclipse Foundation project focused on the development of a distributed open source operating system for consumer devices, regardless of the brand, model, make.

Oniro is a compatible implementation for the global market of OpenHarmony, an open source operating system specified and hosted by the OpenAtom Foundation.

Designed with modularity in mind, Oniro offers greater levels of flexibility and application portability across the broad spectrum of consumer and IoT devices — from tiny embedded sensors and actuators, to feature rich smart appliances and mobile companions.

As a distributed and reusable collection of open source building blocks, Oniro enables compatibility with other open source technologies and ecosystems. Through close collaboration with projects and foundations such as OpenHarmony from the OpenAtom Foundation, Yocto project and OpenChain from the Linux Foundation, Oniro helps build bridges rather than creating a digital divide.

Oniro Working Group

A Proposed Eclipse Foundation Working Group

The Oniro Working Group creates an ecosystem of organizations to support the community in the production and evolution of the Oniro technologies as well as to drive its commercial success across different industries. Such an ecosystem arises in a neutral-vendor environment where collaboration is promoted under the core Eclipse Foundation principles, like transparency and openness. Read the draft charter.

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