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OpenSynergy is a high-tech company specializing in embedded automotive software for in-car cockpit solutions. The core products are the modular software development kit COQOS SDK and the leading Bluetooth™ stack Blue SDK.

Our products enable the convergence of instrument cluster, head unit, driver assistance and connectivity systems. Essential technologies are virtualization and Open Source software. Our solutions comply with requirements of standards like AUTOSAR and Bluetooth™. By doing so, we pave the way for autonomous driving.

OpenSynergy is an independently managed company headquartered in Berlin with further locations in Munich and the U.S. We continue to grow through the strong demand for our products.

Our company’s team consists primarily of highly qualified engineers. Our corporate culture is inspired by the international character that defines our employees, partners and customers. 


  • Safety Linux Feature in Live Demonstration

    OpenSynergy will be presenting its latest products at the international congress Electronics in Vehicles - ELIV at booth no. 61. The event is scheduled for October 18th to 19th, 2017 at the World Congress Center in Bonn.
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  • Linux for Safety Critical Applications

    OpenSynergy supports OSADL's efforts to extend Linux to a real-time operating system that is also suitable for safety-critical applications.
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  • Freedom from Interference by Virtualization

    OpenSynergy is a partner in the second joint project ARAMiS II (Automotive Railway Avionics Multicore Systems).
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  • Release of Blue SDK RapidLaunch v1.1

    OpenSynergy presents the latest release of its BluetoothTM product Blue SDK RapidLaunch.  It reduces the complexity of developing a BluetoothTM solution.  By doing so, it accelerates time-to-market for suppliers of BluetoothTM technology.  Blue SDK RapidLaunch supports the full GENIVITM  BluetoothTM API tooling and enables easy handling of complex BluetoothTM use cases.
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  • Hypervisor for ARMv8-A Architectures

    The virtualization platform COQOS v9.0 from OpenSynergy now supports ARMv8-A architectures. The 64-bit bus width of the ARMv8-A processors makes it possible to meet the high performance requirements of the next generation automotive ECU’s such as cockpit controllers or driver assistance systems.

  • Car entry: Keyless and Secure with Blue SDK v5.5

    The most important improvement realized by Blue SDK v5.5 with LE SDK v2.5 is the secure pairing, which can be used for keyless entry. Researchers have discovered that hackers can break the encryption code of today’s radio transmitters used for keyless entry. Blue SDK v5.5 offers a solution to this problem. LE Secure Connections in Blue SDK v5.5 with LE SDK v2.5 protects the key exchange during the pairing process between the car and the keyless entry device by adding substantial security during this process.  LE Secure Connections avoids many of the pitfalls of classical keyless entry systems.
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  • IT-Administrator (f/m)

    Location: Berlin; Type of position: Part time/full time ; Start Date: immediately
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  • Software Engineer Embedded Telematics Systems (m/w)

    Ort: Berlin; Zeitpunkt: sofort
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  • Key Account Manager (f/m)

    Location: Berlin, Start Date: immediately
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