OpenSource Colloboration by
Community Driven EMS Software

LibreEMS is a project who aims to develop a very stable, powerful and extensible Open Source Automotive EMS (Engine Management System), that could be adapted to nearly any internal combustion engine. It is a fork from the FreeEMS project (See this article for more details). Our mission is to create a full featured Automotive EMS that can compete with the big dogs. That means all the goodies you would expect from a High End aftermarket ECU for a fraction of the cost. Along with this, we also aim to build a community of knowledgeable experts in the related fields of engine management. We are already have lots in the bag that some of the competition does not, but we still have a ways to go. (See the feature table for details).
Why Fork??
Break Free
· A failure to engage developers in a collaborative manner.
· No real team-work, just a bunch of one-man bands.
· Lack of progress vs. the amount of time that has elapsed.
· Senseless criticism.

In short, a growing difference of several architecural opinions and the above, we have had enough. None the less, we wish everyone the best!
Post Date: 01-01-2014 · Tags:Full Story