Join us for the first-ever Open Source Summit Latin America, hosted virtually on August 23-24. Register for the event here.
Kate Stewart, VP of Dependable Embedded Systems at the Linux Foundation, will give a keynote presentation, titled, “Applying Open Source Development Best Practices to IoT.”
The Internet of Things has become pervasive in our daily home and work environments like factories, agriculture, mining, etc. IoT devices are growing so fast because they provide the data necessary for insights on how to do things smarter and more efficiently.
To continue to scale, we need to bring the quality and security best practices from open source development of clouds and desktops to resource-constrained devices. Since its inception in 2016, the Zephyr RTOS project has been a leader in applying known open source development best practices. We’ll go over some of the key strategies adopted in the last 6 years, that has resulted in Zephyr being used widely in products in multiple market segments such as wind turbines, computers, hearing aids and more. These best practices for software quality & supporting security are now making it possible to aim for safety-critical applications as well.
To learn more about the new event or to register, visit the main event website here.