Developed by Tridium, Inc, Sedona is an open-source software environment designed to make it easy to build smart, networked, embedded devices which are well suited for implementing control applications. The Sedona language facilitates component-oriented programming where components are assembled onto a wire sheet, configured and interconnected, to create applications. Sedona was made available to the public under an Academic Free License (AFL 3.0) granted by the licensor—Tridium, Inc. A licensee was allowed worldwide, royalty-free and non-exclusive use of the technology.
The Sedona Alliance represents the interests of a community of developers, system integrators, and users promoting the use of the Sedona as an open control software environment. Originally developed by Tridium, Inc., Sedona is a software environment designed to make it easy to build smart, networked, embedded devices which are well suited for implementing control applications. Development of the technology is now being assumed by a Sedona community interested in keeping this open-source technology open for all to use.