Torizon provides you with a simple way to develop and maintain your software.
Ready-to-use Linux distribution
Built-in, automotive-grade, over-the-air update capabilities
Frequent updates, accessible security features
Optimized real-time option
Modern continuous integration infrastructure and verification
Torizon is built as a modular system. It can be easily adjusted to your needs without the learning curve of the Yocto Project, and every part is updatable to keep your system secure. TorizonCore is a lightweight base system that contains the Linux Kernel and basic services, such as an over-the-air client and an optional container runtime. TorizonCore is free open-source software.
TorizonCore runs on Toradex SoMs, while the Torizon platform comprises not only TorizonCore and software that run on top of it, but also cloud hosted services and any other parts of Torizon that are not directly run on Toradex hardware.
Built with OpenEmbedded/Yocto
Optional docker container runtime
Free Open-source Software
Support for mainline and downstream kernels
Based on Linux microPlatform
OSTree with Aktualizr OTA client
Software containers are a popular concept in the cloud computing field. A container contains applications and required software packages while sharing the kernel with the rest of the system. This allows for simpler application deployment and updatability while increasing security.
Simpler over-the-air updates
Small resource footprint compared to virtual machines
Access to hardware acceleration
From boot-up to proof of concept in no time
With Torizon, you can get started right away. Torizon provides a Debian container, including Apt Package Manager. This setup is ideal for your first steps, as it allows you to download and try a large number of deb packages. Additionally, Toradex will also provide a wide range of development tools for pin configuration, display settings, performance monitoring and more. All tools are equipped with both local and web-based remote UIs.
Debian package manager for fast proof-of-concept
Development tools for pin configurations, monitoring, display settings and more
Development tools with local and remote UIs
Remove development container for production deployment
Application Development Experience
Use your favorite development tools
Torizon is in an early beta state. Some features mentioned on this page are not ready at this time. Find here a list of use cases which are currently in beta stage.
Currently Supported Use Cases
Boot Debian Container
Install Debian packages
Install a third-party container
Install over-the-air Torizon updates from a development PC
Update embedded display timings using device tree overlays