Embedded Online Conference, an online conference for Embedded Systems Engineers, will be on May 17-20, 2021. Kate Stewart, VP of Dependable Embedded Systems at the Linux Foundation, will give a presentation titled, “Zephyr: A Vendor Neutral Secure RTOS Option.”
5 years ago the Zephyr project was launched at Embedded World, with the vision to deliver the best-in-class RTOS for connected resource-constrained devices, built to be secure and safe. Since then, many companies have collaborated together to create a vendor neutral solution to achieve these goals. The project has actively worked to adopt open source best practices, as well as best security practices. This talk will go into details about the practices Zephyr has adopted, and that other open source projects should consider, as we work to make the endpoints devices of the IoT ecosystem secure. You can view the session here.
When you register for the Embedded Online Conference you gain access to the conference starting May 17. Then between May 18-20, you can watch as many sessions as you’d like, attend workshops and live Q&As with the speakers, etc. The content stays available on the platform until May 2022 – giving you plenty of time to watch and re-watch all the sessions that you are interested in.
Learn more about the conference or to register for it, click the main conference page: https://www.embeddedonlineconference.com/.