A new OS for connected devices

Create a greener, safer and faster interconnected world where billions of interconnected devices and sensors will dramatically improve our lives and environment.


Highly secure by design through the implementation of a Finite State Machine engine, physical memory separation between I/O and applications, and potential use of proprietary language.


M2M, scalable Edge Computing, ability to share hardware resources and highly optimized for processing parallel heterogenous data sources.


Up to 100x decrease of latency and up to 40x faster than any existing solution.


Up to 5x decrease in energy consumption and up to 10x decrease in costs of hardware components with increased performance.

Our Products

First OS version already available and compatible with any hardware and applications programed in C language. It encompasses a middleware (TV, App-store, etc.) and a service platform for app-store development/management.

The best solution for MicroPython developers, providing the maximum features and running your IoTs with the minimum footprint.

The only OS capable to tremendously sublimate Linux by porting Linux kernel while managing on its behalf all the I/Os and interruptions with the hardware.

Ultimate version of SynapOS combining the three previous versions within a unique OS to answer to your most complex and demanding requirements.

Key Features

Greener by design

SynapOS dramatically reduces equipment power consumption through optimized use of RAM: the code can be run from the FLASH memory which does not consume energy when not used. Less RAM also means fewer rare earths needed per equipment.

Real time & General Purpose

At SynapOS, we have succeeded in implementing Finite State Machines (FSM) technology executed by an FSM engine. Thanks to this technology, SynapOS gives the possibility to manage in the same time and in the same equipment human applications and real time applications.

Bare metal hypervisor

SynapOS can be seen as part of the hardware by any hosted OS while providing its benefits in terms of drivers, protocols and hardware services. Therefore, using SynapOS guarantees the legacy of any software investments already done.

Language & hardware agnostic

SynapOS’ ability to be both GPOS and RTOS allows him to interface locally with all types of electronic devices. SynapOS can then perform two main functions: replace the cloud in case of access failure and / or locally execute any features that do not require access to the cloud.

100% proprietary solution

SynapOS has been entirely designed, developed and tested in house, without any third-party code. SynapOS also includes a boot and a loader fully developed internally. All of our codes are fully tested through unitary tests which are embedded in the documentation. This documentation, fully detailed, is built-in the code and accessible via a web page.

Hight scalability

The use of FSM technology allows SynapOS to be totally modular with a very low execution footprint. Similarly, its ability to run from FLASH memory allows SynapOS to use very little RAM. This makes SynapOS able to run on a footprint down to 40 Mhz processor, 150 KB Flash and 80 KB RAM.

M2M by resource sharing

Thanks to its architecture in 2 containers whose exchanges are made through a data telecommunication buffer, SynapOS can be deployed on several electronic devices. This set of equipment is therefore seen as a single equipment powered by a multi-core processor, allowing the pooling of all its hardware resources.

Edge computing

SynapOS embeds a generic interpreter that allows to integrate all types of interpreted languages (JavaScript, MicroPython, etc.). SynapOS is written in C language and therefore portable on all types of processors with a C compiler.

Groundbreaking architecture

SynapOS Illustrative Potential Deployment

Examples of applications in the field of IOTs: small machine tools, small household appliances, small consumer electronics, drones, etc.

Examples of integration of SynapOS into data centers, set top boxes, smart TV, routers, industrial robots, etc.

Example of using SynapOS in embedded systems: cars, connected buildings, home automation, aviation, manufacturing processes, etc.

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HyperPanel Lab
Domaine technologique de Saclay
Bâtiment Azur
4 Rue René Razel
91400 SACLAY France
(+33) 1 69 85 30 07