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Open Source Summit Europe/ELC/OpenIoT Summit
October 22, 2018 - October 25, 2018
The Zephyr Project will have a huge presence at Open Source Summit Europe, which will be co-located with ELC/OpenIoT Summit, with 15 dedicated sessions and a Zephyr Hackathon. Developers, architects and other technologists – as well as open source community and industry leaders – will gather to collaborate, share information, learn about the the latest technologies and gain a competitive advantage by using innovative open solutions.
Check out the Zephyr schedule below and add them to your schedule now.
Monday, October 22:
- Developing Open-Source Software RTOS with Functional Safety in Mind – Anas Nashif, Intel (2:15 pm)
- Setting up a Security Team for Your Project – Kate Stewart, The Linux Foundation & David Wheeler, Institute for Defense Analyses (4:15 pm)
- WiFi and Secure Socket Offload in Zephyr – Gil Pitney, Texas Instruments (4:15 pm)
- Zephyr 101 – Thea Aldrich, Zephyr Project (4:15 pm)
- Bluetooth Low Energy Controller in Zephyr OS – Vinayak Kariappa Chettimada, Nordic Semiconductor ASA (5:05 pm)
Tuesday, October 23:
- Zephyr and Trusted Execution Environments – Andy Gross, Linaro (10:40 am)
- Bluetooth Mesh and Zephyr – Martin Woolley, Bluetooth SIG (11:30 am)
- Getting Started with IoT/Cloud End-to-end Data Collection – Eduardo Silva, Treasure Data & Thea Aldrich, Zephyr Project (11:30 am)
- Building an Open IoT Solution with EdgeX Foundry and Zephyr Project – Thea Aldrich, Zephyr Project & Michael Hall, EdgeX Foundry (12:20 pm)
- Linux and Zephyr “Talking” to Each Other in the Same SoC – Diego Sueiro, Sepura / Embarcados (2:30 pm)
- A Zephyr User Story – Franco Saworski, blik GmbH (3:50 pm)
Wednesday, October 24:
- Enabling Zephyr on Your Hardware Platform – Diego Sueiro, Sepura / Embarcados (12:05 pm)
- Retrofitting Memory Protection in the Zephyr OS – Andrew Boie, Intel (2:15 pm)
- IoT TLS: Why It’s Hard – David Brown, Linaro (3:05 pm)
- Zephyr on SensorNode – TBD (4:15pm) **This session is only open to the 50 people who have registered for the E-ALE track, at an additional $50.00 fee.
On Thursday, October 25 from 9 am – 5 pm, we are also hosting a Zephyr Hackathon. Interested attendees must pre-register for the Hackathon before the event. Click here to add this to your schedule and here to register for it.
The Zephyr Project is a proud Community Partner for Open Source Summit. If you are interested in attending, you can save 15% on registration when you use our discount code “OSSEU18COM15.” Register today!