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OpenSynergy is a high-tech company specializing in embedded automotive software for in-car cockpit solutions.OpenSynergy's core products are the modular software development kit COQOS SDK for infotainment and connectivity systems 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 the requirements of standards such as AUTOSAR and Bluetooth.

By doing so, we pave the way for autonomous driving.
OpenSynergy is an independent company headquartered in Berlin, Germany with additional locations in Munich and the U.S..Thanks to the strong demand for our products our business continues to grow. 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. 

NEWS

  • The Right HMI for COQOS Solutions

    OpenSynergy is a member of the new Kanzi Partner Program for automotive human-machine interface (HMI) development.
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  • OpenSynergy at CES 2016

    At the upcoming International CES taking place from January 6 to 9, 2016 in Las Vegas OpenSynergy is going to present its latest solutions at the Trump Hotel.
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  • IoT Support Technology and the Role of Bluetooth Low Energy

    OpenSynergy will be operating its own booth at Wireless Congress 2015 on November 17 to 18 in Munich. The topic of the congress is: Wireless IoT. OpenSynergy’s Bluetooth expert, Brian Senese will speak about: “IoT Support Technology: A Role of BLE as a Data Collector”, on November 18, 10:00 – 10:30, Session 7: Bluetooth.
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PRODUCT NEWS

  • Quickstart on Linux

    OpenSynergy's Blue SDK now contains Linux Quickstart: a bundle of new features that make it much easier and faster to get going with Blue SDK on Linux. In Blue SDK and in each of its profiles, OpenSynergy has integrated Linux-specific transport drivers, sample audio integration files (for ALSA, PulseAudio, and gStreamer) and makefiles for building a shared library.  Linux Quickstart comprises sample applications, including multi-profile examples, and Linux-specific documentation. The Linux Quickstart features are available immediately and are delivered as part of Blue SDK and its profiles.  
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  • Blue SDK 5.0

    OpenSynergy’s Blue SDK 5.0 is one of the few Bluetooth 4.1-compliant Bluetooth host stacks. Customers use it already in released products. Blue SDK profiles have recently achieved qualified listing status with the Bluetooth SIG for compliance with the following technical specifications: A2DP 1.3.1, AVRCP 1.6, Handsfree 1.7, Headset 1.2, HID 1.1, GOEP 2.1, PAN 1.0, PBAP 1.2, CTN 1.0, FTP 1.3, OPP 1.2, MAP 1.2.1, SPP 1.2. The qualification confirms that the software supports the tested features. This helps customers to save time and money during their end-product qualification.
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CAREER

  • Bilanzbuchhalter (m/w)

    Ort: Berlin; Zeitpunkt: sofort
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  • Automotive/AUTOSAR Developer (f/m)

    Location: Berlin, Start Date: immediately
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  • Validation Architect (m/f)

    Location: Berlin, Start Date: immediately
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