About us
Our greatest asset is our multidisciplinary team made up of experts in software development, technology integration and consulting.

Our expertise in core and low-level OpenWrt and Linux functionalities enables us to provide support and development surrounding the entire ecosystem including Web UIs, testing, documentation and marketing collateral.


Covering a wide range of industries, our team has contributed to many projects and has successfully delivered embedded solutions for small, medium and large multi-national companies. Our advanced technology and our experience include a sophisticated set of skills in programming, Linux system integration and expert consulting services.

Offices

01
Zagreb
Lendavska ulica 16a
Croatia
02
Zagreb
Savska cesta 32
Croatia
We are uniquely qualified to provide you with long-term, flexible and complete solutions.
All Projects

Technologies we use

Arch
Atom
Docker
Emacs
Gentoo
Git
i3WM
ZSH

Events

Coming up
Past events
2021
Juraj Vijtiuk at SRSV
— Zagreb, Croatia
Debugging and bug detection tools for C
2020
Juraj Vijtiuk at Mipro
— Opatija, Croatia
Bug detection in embedded environments by fuzzing and symbolic execution
2020
Juraj Vijtiuk at OSZUR
— Zagreb, Croatia
C - debugging and bug detection
2020
Davor Popović, Marko Ratkaj at Cloud analysis
— Zagreb, Croatia
Container technologies
2020
Marko Golec, Juraj Vijtiuk, Jakov Petrina at NKOSL
— Zagreb, Croatia
Container technologies
2020
Juraj Vijtiuk, Jakov Petrina at SRSV
— Zagreb, Croatia
Container technologies
2019
Davor Popović, Marko Ratkaj at Cloud analysis
— Zagreb, Croatia
Container technologies
2019
Juraj Vijtiuk, Luka Paulić at Real-Time Systems
— Zagreb, Croatia
RIOT OS & LoRa with RIOT OS
2019
Davor Popović, Marko Ratkaj at NKOSL
— Zagreb, Croatia
Gentoo Linux on ARM platforms
2019
Davor Popović at DORS/CLUC '19
— Zagreb, Croatia
Telecom meets Open Source
2019
Luka Perkov, Davor Popović at Peering Days '19
— Zagreb, Croatia
Telecom Rebooted
2019
Luka Perkov at Embedded World '19
— Nuremberg, Germany
Fast Path for Embedded Networking
2018
Damir Samardžić at OpenWrt Summit '18
— Lisbon, Portugal
State of fast path networking in Linux
2018
Mislav Novaković at OpenWrt Summit '18
— Lisbon, Portugal
Programming languages: choices for OpenWrt
2018
Marko Ratkaj at OpenWrt Summit '18
— Lisbon, Portugal
Porting any service to any Linux-based OS using OpenWrt Build System
2018
Luka Perkov at FSec IoT Hacking Summer School ‘18
— Varaždin, Croatia
ISP's black box
2018
Davor Popović, Marko Ratkaj at Workshop on Embedded Systems (WES) ‘18
— Zagreb, Croatia
OpenWrt Distribution & Containerization Technologies
2018
Luka Perkov at Embedded World ‘18
— Nuremberg, Germany
OpenWRT 101: How to Build a Linux Embedded System in Just 30 Minutes
2017
Davor Popović at OpenWrt Summit ‘17
— Prague, Czech Republic
Integration of custom Web UIs into OpenWrt
2017
Davor Popović at DORS/CLUC ‘17
— Zagreb, Croatia
FOSS as a Business
2016
Luka Perkov at OpenWrt Summit ‘16
— Berlin, Germany
OpenWrt build infrastructures - Past, present and future
2016
Davor Popović at OpenWrt Summit ‘16
— Berlin, Germany
War stories from working with OpenWrt industries
2015
Luka Perkov at OpenWrt Summit ‘15
— Dublin, Ireland
OpenWrt and Linux Containers

University

Our educational services also include academic lectures across several domestic universities. The aim of providing these lectures is to further enhance the importance of embedded software topics in academic world as well as interest and encourage young minds to start a career in embedded development.

On the national level we conduct lab exercises, mentor and employ students from several domestic universities such as The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics at the University of Zagreb, The Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University in Osijek and The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Rijeka.
Sartura
Open source is vital for the IT ecosystem because it is based on shared effort on a non-proprietary model. Therefore it becomes a common good developed by numerous individuals with different motivations. We believe that such common programming ground inevitably leads to original and quality improvements in software development. The source code modifications in open projects are exchanged throughout community by sending patches, so we found it only appropriate to name our company Sartura, which comes from Latin and translates as patch.

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