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Recap of Embedded World Exhibition & Conference 2024

By April 24, 2024No Comments

With more than 32,000 visitors from over 80 countries and over 1,100 exhibitors from almost 50 countries, embedded world 2024 has set another record!

The Zephyr Project once again made waves at the embedded world Exhibition & Conference, held from April 9th to April 11th. With a flurry of demos, presentations, and innovative products on display, the event showcased the boundless potential of Zephyr RTOS.

Here’s a comprehensive recap of the highlights:

Booth Demos:

Analog Devices, Antmicro, Nordic Semiconductor, NXP , Ac6, AVSystem, Ezurio, Golioth, Infineon, IRNAS, Memfault, Percepio, Renesas, Sternum and Synopsys joined forces with Zephyr, presenting cutting-edge demos and providing expert insights.

Attendees had the opportunity to interact with experts and explore the innovative applications powered by Zephyr. Learn more about the demos presented at the Zephyr Project booth at the Embedded World.


Here is a glimpse into the innovative demos by our member companies. Watch the Embedded World videos here.

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Products Running on Zephyr:

The dedicated showcase of products running on Zephyr underscored its versatility and impact across industries. From smart irrigation systems to animal trackers and wind turbines, Zephyr-powered solutions continue to drive innovation and efficiency. Discover more about these products here.

Booth Presentations:

Zephyr member companies delivered lightning talks throughout the event, offering valuable insights into the capabilities and future directions of Zephyr RTOS. 

Embedded World Conference Sessions:

For those eager to delve deeper into Zephyr RTOS, several presentations were available at the Embedded World conference. These sessions offered valuable insights and practical knowledge, ensuring attendees could continue learning about this versatile RTOS.

Jonas Remmert from Phytec Messtechnik GmbH led a hands-on Zephyr Project workshop, providing practical demonstrations and insights into setting up development environments and configuring out-of-tree examples.

Jason Murphy from Analog Devices presented on “Revolutionizing Industrial IoT,” exploring the transformative potential of Single-Pair Ethernet (SPE) and its integration with Zephyr OS for secure, real-time connectivity to the edge.

Kate Stewart, Vice President of Dependable Embedded Systems at the Linux Foundation, discussed the open source best practices applied by Zephyr Project over the years and outlined plans for 2024.

Mohammed Billoo from MAB Labs Embedded Solutions offered a deep dive into Zephyr’s device driver model, presenting examples and strategies for incorporating different device drivers.

Oliver Völckers from BeST Berliner Sensortechnik shared insights into enhancing signal processing through transparent AI in embedded sensor systems, drawing from innovative approaches and real-world applications.

IoT Stars Participation:

In addition to the embedded world, the Zephyr Project also participated in the IoT Stars event, a gathering of IoT professionals during industry events. Zephyr Project’s Developer Advocate Benjamin delivered a closing note at the event, further reinforcing the project’s commitment to fostering collaboration within the IoT ecosystem. IoT Stars provided a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs, developers, investors, industry players, and media to network and exchange ideas during the first night of Embedded World.

Thank you to everyone who visited our booth and participated in our sessions at embedded world 2024. Your enthusiasm and support continue to drive the success and growth of the Zephyr Project. We look forward to seeing you at future events!

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Susan Remmert