The Contiki Operating System
Contiki is an open source operating system that runs on tiny low-power microcontrollers and makes it possible to develop applications that make efficient use of the hardware while providing standardized low-power wireless communication for a range of hardware platforms.
Contiki is used in numerous commercial and non-commercial systems, such as city sound monitoring, street lights, networked electrical power meters, industrial monitoring, radiation monitoring, construction site monitoring, alarm systems, remote house monitoring, and so on.
For more information, see the Contiki website:
Weptech elektronik GmbH
Weptech elektronik GmbH is an electronics developer and manufacturer from Landau, Germany. With 20 years of experience under our belt, we offer our customers services throughout the whole product development process, from the first circuit design to state-of-the-art hardware manufacturing and software development. We also employed our knowledge of 6LoWPAN and OMS technologies to produce own products like the Saker IoT Gateway.
About this repository
This repository is Weptech's fork of the Contiki operating system. It contains platform support and example code for Weptech's 6LoWPAN devices like the Saker Gateway.
- 'master': Tracks Contiki's development to always keep up to date.
- 'weptech': Weptech's own modifications and additions. This is most probably what you are looking for here. The master branch, i.e. Contiki's upstream development, is continuously merged back in.
- 'coua-example-peripherals': The basic Coua platform is present in the weptech branch. This branch adapts the platform and example after some basic peripheral hardware was added as an example.