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Zephyr Project Meetup in Berlin, Germany: What to expect

By April 4, 2024No Comments

Welcome to the third Zephyr Project Meetup in Germany! 

We’re thrilled to host this meetup, and we invite you to join us tomorrow (April 5th, 2024) for an evening of insightful discussions and networking opportunities. But hurry, we have only a few seats left, so register now to secure your spot. Register here.

Here is a glance into the exciting agenda awaiting you:

Date: April 5, 2024

Location: MotionLab.Berlin, Bouchéstraße 12/Halle 20, Berlin, 12435, Germany

Time: 18:00 PM – 21:30 PM CET


6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Welcome drinks and Pizza!

7:00 PM – 7:05 PM: Welcome Note

7:05 PM – 7:25 PM: Using Zephyr for Wastewater Monitoring with Signal Processing by Oliver Völckers, Founder and Managing Director at BeST Berliner Sensortechnik GmbH

Join Oliver as he unveils the monitoring system for high-speed train wastewater management. Leveraging BeST Sensor hardware and Zephyr RTOS, this innovative solution ensures real-time analysis, fault detection, and reporting with unparalleled reliability. Discover how this cutting-edge approach is reshaping wastewater monitoring in the railway industry.

7:25 PM – 7:45 PM: Zephyr – Swiss Army knife or obstacle course by Kevin Kotinkar, Technical Sales Engineer, Nordic Semiconductor

Zephyr is growing and has more to offer than a plain RTOS. Still many embedded developers struggle with adopting Zephyr in their projects. We will look into the common challenges new users face, how to overcome them and benefit from using Zephyr. We will also understand how Zephyr is used in the industry today.

7:45 PM – 8:00 PM: Break time

8:00 PM – 8:05 PM: Lightning talk – Leveraging Zephyr for Sustainable Railway Infrastructure Monitoring, Oliver Von Sperber, CEO & Founder, AXO Track

Join Oliver, as he explores the pivotal role of Zephyr in revolutionizing railway infrastructure monitoring. Discover why Zephyr was the natural choice for AXO’s mission to build resilient, sustainable, and inclusive transportation networks.

8:05 PM – 8:10 PM: Lightning talk 

8:10 PM – 8:30 PM: The Zephyr Safety Working Group (SWG) activity in 2024 Q1. An overview from a SWG member by Stanislav Pankevich, Software Architect at Reflex Aerospace GmbH

In this brief presentation, Stan will provide an overview of the Zephyr Safety Working Group’s activities in the first quarter of 2024.

The following aspects will be covered:

– The goals of the working group.

– The specific artifacts currently under development for Zephyr’s safety certification.

– The tools in use and those planned for assembling the safety certification package.

– How the SPDX Safety Profile comes into play in the context of Zephyr’s safety certification.

See more about the activities of the group here.

8:30 PM – 9:30 PM: Community Showcase: Interactive Networking

Immerse yourself in these engaging sessions where attendees connect, share experiences, and discuss projects within the Zephyr ecosystem. 

We have a table for swags and boards!

Additionally, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Nordic Semiconductor stand, showcasing the latest evaluation boards. Explore these cutting-edge boards and, if you find something you like, seize the chance to take one with you.

If you’re excited about the Zephyr Project and want to share it with your local community, consider hosting an event in your city. Whether you’re in Berlin or halfway across the globe, we encourage passionate individuals to get involved.

Reach out to us and explore how you can bring Zephyr to your community and make a difference in the world of IoT development.

To keep up to date about the project, subscribe to the Zephyr quarterly newsletter or connect with us on @ZephyrIoT, Zephyr Project LinkedIn or the Zephyr Discord Channel to talk with community and TSC members.

Susan Remmert