The Linux Foundation Member Summit, hosted on October 24-26 in Monterey, California, is the annual gathering for Linux Foundation member organizations.
An annual gathering for Linux Foundation members that fosters collaboration, innovation, and partnerships among the leading projects and organizations working to drive digital transformation with open source technologies. It is a must-attend for business and technical leaders looking to advance open source strategy, implementation, and investment in their organizations and learn how to collaboratively manage the largest shared technology investment of our time.
The Zephyr Project will be represented at the conference in a session presented by Kate Stewart, Vice President of Dependable Embedded Systems at the Linux Foundation. On Tuesday, October 24 at 4:15-4:45 pm, Kate will present, “Enabling UN Sustainable Development Goals: Zephyr Project Contributions.”
Given the Zephyr Project’s focus on being able to operate in resource constrained environments, it’s not surprising that we’re seeing products emerge that help conserve and make better use of this planet’s resources, that are built with Zephyr. This talk will walk through some of the capabilities of the Zephyr project. It will show how the products emerging using it are contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Add it to your schedule here.
Learn more about how the Linux Foundation projects advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals in this new research report here.
Check out the full schedule for the LF Member Summit on the main event page here.