Next week, the Zephyr Community will be converging on Embedded Linux Conference Europe and OpenIoT Summit Europe 2018. Attendees have the option to participate in a number of collaborative events in addition to a packed schedule of technical presentations.
To make sure you don’t miss any of the Zephyr related events, we’ve documented them all here for your easy reference. We also want to encourage you to download the conference app or view the full schedule here.
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)
Stay tuned on Zephyr’s social channels for live updates from the conference.