The use of Open Source Software (OSS) has become quite common to various applications in our daily lives, both in the office and at home.
The most known OSS is Linux, an operating system used on PCs and network servers but more commonly used in embedded devices. OSS generally means everyone is free to use it as long as they comply with the OSS license agreement. If you want to use the source code for other purposes, you have to agree to the OSS license agreements of the copyright holders as listed below.
Bosch supplies our customer Alpine with OSS in the following devices: