Embedded Linux Conference | Open IoT Summit North America 2017
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!
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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
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.
Tuesday, Feb 21
- 9:45 AM - Keynote - Imad Sousou
- 10:30 AM - "Drinking from the CVE Firehose: or how to ensure your open source product survives the onslaught of publically known security vulnerabilities" - Ryan Ware
- 10:30 AM - "Bluetooth 5 is here" - Marcel Holtmann
- 11:30 AM - "The Zephyr Project: Reflection on the First Year and Plans for the Next Year" - Anas Nashif
- 4:20 PM - "SDK in Browser for Zephyr" - Sakari Poussa
- 5:20 PM - "Securing Embedded Linux Systems with TPM 2.0" - Philip Tricca
- 5:20 PM - "Using Devtool to Streamline your Yocto Project Workflow" - Tim Orling
- 5:20 PM - "Fun with Zephyr Project and BBC micro:bit" - Marcel Holtmann
- 6:15 PM - "Zephyr Project BoF" - Sara Sarmiento
Wednesday, Feb 22
- 10:40 AM - "Code Review Training for Kernel Patch Reviewers" - Mark Gross
- 11:40 AM - "A Journey through Upstream Atomic KMS to Achieve DP Compliance" - Manasi Navare
- 11:40 AM - "Cross Platform Enablement for the Yocto Project with Containers" - Randy Witt
- 2:00 PM - "Road Towards Industrial IoTivity" - Caio Oliveira
- 2:00 PM - "IoTivity-Constrained: IoT for Tiny Devices" - Kishen Maloor
- 2:00 PM - "Surviving in the Wilderness: Integrity Protection and System Update" - Patrick Ohly
- 3:00 PM - "Mesa 3D in an Embedded Context" - Mark Janes
- 3:00 PM - "Yocto Project Extensible SDK: Simplifying the Workflow for Application Developers" - Henry Bruce
- 3:00 PM - "Creating Bluetooth-based IoT Solutions with Zephyr" - Johan Hedberg
- 4:20 PM - "Adding Inter-event Capabilities to Linux Kernel Trace Events" - Tom Zanussi
- 4:20 PM - "What Can Vulkan do for You?" - Jason Ekstrand
- 4:20 PM - "Firmware Management for MCUs: The Quark Bootloader Approach" - Daniele Alessandrelli
Thursday, Feb 23
- 9:00 AM - "Android Things: High Level Introduction" - Geeta Krishna
- 9:00 AM - "Implementing Network Protocols in Zephyr" - Leandro Pereira
- 10:00 AM - "ALSA Topology Framework" - Vinod Koul
- 11:10 AM - "Deep Dive: Android Things Peripheral IO Manager" - Sanrio Alvares
- 12:10 PM - "Transforming New Product Development with Open Hardware" - Stephano Cetola
- 3:30 PM - "Developing a New WiFi Daemon for Linux" - Marcel Holtmann