Open Source Summit Europe, hosted in Dublin, Ireland and virtually on September 12-16, was held as an umbrella conference, composed of a collection of 13 events covering the most important technologies, topics, and issues affecting open source today. Around 2,474 attendees from across the open source ecosystem registered for the event with an estimated 1,537 of those attending in person in Dublin, from 1,271 organizations across 75 countries around the globe.
To kick off the conference, Zephyr hosted a Mini-Summit on Monday, September 12. If you missed the conference, you can watch the videos of those sessions here:
Zephyr Project: Unlocking Innovation with an Open Source RTOS – Carles Cufi, Nordic Semiconductor
The Zephyr Project has developed over the past years into one of the embedded and IoT ecosystem’s fastest growing and moving open source RTOS. The community, current projects, and a sneak peek at the technical roadmap are all covered in this presentation for the audience.
Zephyr FuSa Status Update – Nicole Pappler, AlextoMetis
Zephyr cloud connectivity – Karol Gugala, Antmicro
Zephyr Hands-On Workshop
This hands-on session will leverage nRF52840 Dongles, demonstrating how to build a Bluetooth LE application using Zephyr and establish a bidirectional communication channel with your Smartphone.
If you have questions or would like to chat with any of our Zephyr speakers, ambassadors or members of the Technical Steering Committee (TSC), please join us on Discord.