Phoenix-RTOS real-time capabilities make it a perfect platform for applications processing measurement and communication signals. Well decomposed operating system architecture based on communicating over the kernel set of functionally-orthogonal servers simplifies the modularization and reliability certification process. Clean source code lacking of parametrization macros allow to evaluate the final system safety and security and preserve it on the required level.

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Communication stacks


Phoenix-PRIME is the certified (Service Node, Base Node), software-defined, complete implementation of PRIME 1.3.6 standard heavily optimized for limited hardware resources. No DSP extensions, no specific hardware are required. The evaluation kit board with all schematics and documentation is available.

The Phoenix-PRIME communication stack is a field proven solution implemented in over 30 000 DCU devices in the Energa-Operator distribution grid in Poland reading about 700 000 smart energy meters.


G3-PLC software-defined communication stack for both CENELEC A and FCC bands is under development.


Wi-SUN and ZigBee communications stacks, based on 802.15.4 MAC layer, are under development.


Software-defined, optimised for low energy and resources consumption, Wireless M-Bus communication stack in under development.

SmartGrid Application Frameworks


Phoenix Smart Energy Meter Framework is field proven commercially available solution, already used in over 30 000 DCU (with metering functionality) in Poland, energy meters for SAIMAN in Kazakhstan and gas meters for Apator Metrix Italian market. Software-defined approach enables fast development of metering application on low resources platforms and unique flexibility in terms of meter functionalities delivered to end-customer.

Phoenix-SEM is available for commercial use.


Phoenix-DCU consists of Data Concentrator application responsible for the logic of data acquisition, built-in PRIME Base Node implementation, DLMS/COSEM client and DCSAP (Data Concentrator Simple Acquisition Protocol) client.

This efficient implementation supports up to 1 000 smart energy meters per DCU device and is currently used in about 35 000 DCUs, including Comander AMIDC-3, DC-AMIDGT products as well as all other third party PRIME DCUs installed in the Energa-Operator distribution network in Poland.

Phoenix-DCU is available for commercial use.

Aerospace Application Frameworks

DO-178 Certification Package