If you’re attending Open Source Summit Japan on July 17-19 in Tokyo, we invite you to attend the Zephyr Project sessions:
On Wednesday, July 17 at 2:20-3 pm, Anas Nashif, Zephyr Project community member and Software Architect at Intel, will present a session titled,”Developing Open Source Software RTOS with Functional Safety in Mind.” This talk will show how the Zephyr project is moving to a new development model and methodology that uses existing and public tools to address many of the requirements and foundations that would help with using Zephyr in applications with functional safety requirements. Add this session to your schedule here.
On Thursday, July 18 at 4-4:40 pm, Fulup Ar Foll, CEO IoT.bzh, will present a talk titled “AGL-uBinder: A Fast, Secure and Seamless Option to Connect AGL to Small ECU.” This session will present the lesson learn from a POC to run a subset of current AGL binder onto a micro-controller with Zephyr OS. Attendees will learn how to solve binder/binding dependencies, how to map the transport onto a non TCP/IP link, how to extended AGL security model and more. Add this to your schedule here.
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