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Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit North America

Portland, Oregon
Mar 12, 2018 (All day) to Mar 14, 2018 (All day)
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Intel is excited to participate at Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit North America 2018, March 12-14, 2018 at the Hilton Portland, Oregon as a Diamond Sponsor.

Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) has been the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for the past 13 years for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. After a decade of collaboration, the conference extended its scope to include user-space developers – the people building applications on embedded Linux – and has become the preeminent space for product vendors as well as kernel and systems developers to collaborate with these influential technologists.

OpenIoT Summit is a technical conference for the developers and architects working on industrial IoT. The new industrial transformation – Industry 4.0 – requires a highly skilled pool of software engineers, developers, programmers and architects, specializing in a number of disciplines across the ecosystem.

OpenIoT Summit joins the technical experts paving the way for this transformation, along with those looking to develop the skills needed to succeed, for education, collaboration and deep dive learning opportunities. Unlike other IoT events, OpenIoT Summit is specifically for technologists. It is a technical event created to serve the unique needs of system architects, firmware developers and software developers in the booming IoT ecosystem. Experts from the world’s leading companies and open source projects will present the information needed to lead successful IoT developments and progress the development of IoT solutions.


Intel @ Embedded Linux Conference & OpenIoT Summit North America

  • We look forward to seeing you in our booth (#0001) for inspiring demos and giveaways.
     
  • Join us on Wednesday, March 14th @ 9:45AM in the Grand Ballroom for a keynote (Open Source: The New Normal) from Imad Sousou, Vice President in the Software and Services Group at Intel Corporation and General Manager of the Intel Open Source Technology Center. 
     
  • Come see one or more of our 20+ sessions. 


Intel Demos 

Join us at Booth #0001 to check out these exciting demos! 

  • Project ACRN - The demonstration will show the first open-source release of a new Embedded Hypervisor running on an off-the-shelf NUC. This is the first sign-of-life for this hypervisor which aims at offering device sharing capabilities to guest OSs (Virtual Machines) while being designed for Functional Safety environments.
     
  • Zombies Everywhere! - Are zombies surrounding you? This demo will detect the hidden zombies walking around us every day. Stop by and see how Artificial Intelligence applications can be easily deployed at the edge in Docker containers orchestrated with Kubernetes.
     
  • DE Nano 10 Self-balancing Robot - 2-wheel robot powered by Intel SoC FPGA.
     
  • Crypto Acceleration - The user will see the speed up in key pair generation between a pure software and software/hardware acceleration for secure data communications to IOT sensors; a web site renders two graphics to indicate the speed of key pair generation, firstly in software and then with hardware acceleration.  The hardware acceleration is seen to be over an order of magnitude faster.
 

Intel Sessions 

Monday, March 12

10:50 AM - Building IPv6 Mesh Network with Zephyr OS - Ravi Kumar Veeramally
10:50 AM - Warm Fuzzy Feeling & the Zephyr OS - Leandro Pereira
11:50 AM - Zephyr LTS Release, What to Expect and Why are We Doing This - Anas Nashif
  2:00 PM - Introduction to SoundWire - Vinod Koul 
  2:00 PM - Retrofitting Memory Protection in the Zephyr OS - Andrew Boie
  3:00 PM - Impact of Platform Firmware on Linux Kernel - Megha Dey & Sai Praneeth Prakhya
  3:00 PM - Open Connectivity for IoT - Rami Alshafi, Open Connectivity Foundation & Thiago Macieira
  4:10 PM - FPGA Support in the Linux Kernel, Status and Future Work - Yves Vandervennet & Alan Tull 
  4:10 PM - Bluetooth Mesh with Zephyr OS and Linux - Johan Hedberg 
 
Tuesday, March 13

10:50 AM - Introducing Bluetooth Mesh - Marcel Holtmann
10:50 AM - Measuring and Summarizing Latencies using the Trace Event Subsystem - Tom Zanussi 
11:50 AM - BoF: Yocto Project & OpenEmbedded - Jeffrey Osier-Mixon
  4:20 PM - Update on New WiFi Daemon for Linux - Marcel Holtmann
 
Wednesday, March 14

  9:45 AM - Keynote: Open Source: The New Normal - Imad Sousou
12:05 PM - The Road Towards a Linux TSN Infrastructure - Jesus Sanchez-Palencia
  3:30 PM - Making a Very Tiny and Efficient Library - Thiago Macieira 
  4:30 PM - Building Images with Yocto Project - Tim Orling