Viveris is an engineering company specialized in advanced technologies and IT. For 30 years, Viveris has developed a pole of competences in embedded network services & products.
Here are the Open Source projects that Viveris leads and/or contributes to:
OpenSAND provides an easy and flexible way to emulate an end-to-end satellite communication system.
A library for the RObust Header Compression (ROHC) protocol. It provides an easy and robust way for applications to reduce their bandwidth usage on network links with limited capacity or expensive costs. Headers of network packets are compressed with the ROHC protocol and algorithms.
A library implementing the Generic Stream Encapsulation (GSE) standard defined by the ETSI - join effort from the French Space Agency (CNES), Thales Alenia Space and Viveris.
A library implementing the Return Link Encapsulation (RLE) standard defined by the ETSI - join effort from Thales Alenia Space, the French Space Agency (CNES) and Viveris.
A test harness for Qt. Run multiple tests in one go, from one single executable including the harness. Run them as separate process to avoid interferences. Register new tests with a single line of code, and list them from the command line. Enjoy an easy to read HTML report including logs and test failures.
Ligthweight Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) responder daemon for GNU/Linux.
JTAG Boundary Scanner
JTAG software tool to debug or test any electronic board with a JTAG interface.
Dissectors for DVB-RCS, DVB-RCS2, and DVB-S2x protocols used in satellite telecommunications.
ZMTP wireshark dissector
A Wireshark dissector for the ZeroMQ protocol.
A Java library to communicate with
D-Buseasily and efficiently.
Stores date and time in the filesystem for embedded Linux systems with no battery backed realtime clock. Viveris improved the tool for use in Yocto with a read-only root filesystem.
Public docker images