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Embedded Linux Conference | Open IoT Summit North America 2017

位置: 
Portland, Oregon
Date: 
Feb 21, 2017 (All day) to Feb 23, 2017 (All day)
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INTEL IS EXCITED TO RETURN TO THE EMBEDDED LINUX CONFERENCE & OPENIOT SUMMIT NORTH AMERICA AT THE HILTON IN PORTLAND, OREGON FEBRUARY 21-23, 2017 AS A DIAMOND SPONSOR. PLEASE COME VISIT US IN BOOTHS #200 AND #113!

Intel Architecture is the platform of choice for your connected devices’ complex computation needs in IoT and embedded device development. As a leader in open source development, we are driving dozens of projects that are transforming our world through innovation.

Intel @ Embedded Linux Summit & OpenIoT Summit North America

  • We look forward to seeing you in our booths (#200 and #113) for inspiring demos, the booth crawl, and giveaways.

  • Join on Tuesday, February 21st in the Grand Ballroom for a keynote from Imad Sousou, Vice President in the Software and Services Group at Intel Corporation and General Manager of the Intel Open Source Technology Center on Industrial IoT and OpenSource

  • Get your hands dirty with open source projects for IoT in our  Hack the Smart Home...Smarter! Hackathon on Wednesday, February 22nd (if you have already registered for ELC+OpenIoT, add this to your existing registration here)

  • Join us in Booth #113 to meet key maintainers from Intel Programmable Solutions Group R&D team, see inspiring demonstrations of Intel’s SoC FPGA technology and participate in the raffle for an evaluation board. 

  • Participate in the Closing Game for a chance to win a Intel® Joule™ 570x Developer Kit or a Intel® Edison Compute Module (IoT). 

  • Join us at one or more of our 25+ sessions
     

Intel Demos

Join us at our booth (#200) and check out our three exciting Demos! 

  • IoT Cloud Smart Home - this demo will demonstrate embedded devices with microcontrollers running Zephyr RTOS OS and microprocessors  running a custom Linux OS built with Yocto. Combined with sensors & actuators they deliver a realistic smart home experience that is  accessible and manageable from the cloud. 
     
  • Intel Joule-Powered Turtlebot - Ever wanted to build a robot that can identify members of your family, so that you can say “track my child, alert me if he’s about to hurt himself.”? The key building blocks of such a robot is SLAM and advanced face recognition.
    This demo showcases how easy it is to build such a robot using Intel Joule. 
     
  • Dronecode Project & Intel Aero - Dronecode, hosted by the Linux Foundation, brings together major players in the Drone industry to develop a common, open source platform for UAVs. Intel® Aero is supported in Dronecode, and Intel engineers are actively engaged across multiple Dronecode working groups.
     

Intel Sessions

Tuesday, Feb 21

Wednesday, Feb 22

Thursday, Feb 23