Join the Zephyr Project at Open Source Summit North America on August 21-23 in San Diego. We’re hosting a mini-summit on August 20 (details here) and several of our members are giving presentations.
Wednesday, August 21:
3:15-3:50 pm – Oticon Engineers Mark Ruvald and Klaus Peterson will present “Zephyr on a Hearing Aid,” that features the molding of Zephyr into a project that also supports the most exotic development environments, like those found in the making of an FDA approved medical device like a hearing aid, life-changing device that uses almost no power, almost no space and will be produced in millions, sold to millions of users. Add it to your schedule: https://sched.co/PUOQ
4:20-4:50 pm – Frederic Desbiens, Program Manager, IoT and Edge Computing for the Eclipse Foundation, will discuss “To Boldly Go Where Linux cannot with Zephyr and Eclipse IoT.” In this presentation, you will learn how to do both using the Eclipse Paho MQTT client and the Eclipse Waakama OMA Lightweight M2M (LWM2M) library. You will also discover other components of the Eclipse IoT system that could be useful to you, and learn the basics of Zephyr. Add it to your schedule: https://sched.co/PUW7
Thursday, August 22:
4:05-4:40 pm – Kate Stewart, Senior Director of Strategic Programs at the Linux Foundation, will share a “Zephyr Project Update for the Community, LTS and Plans for the Future.” Over the last 3 years, the Zephyr Project has evolved into one of the fastest growing and fastest moving open source RTOS’ in the embedded and IoT ecosystem. This presentation gives attendees a deep dive into who is building Zephyr OS and what motivates their involvement, highlight new initiatives and explain what they mean to developers and how the project is pursuing functional safety certifications and expanding developer resources. Add it to your schedule: https://sched.co/PUSC
Friday, August 23:
12:20 – 12:55 pm – Foundries.io’s Ricardo Salveti, Principal Engineer and Michael Scott, Embedded Software Engineer, are presenting a session titled, “AT-based Modem Support in the Zephyr Project – Present and Future.” This presentation will discuss which hardware is currently supported, and how these drivers were implemented using the offloaded networking stack. Michael will end with open discussion around the challenges of future modem APIs for a basic 3GPP interface, eDRX / power saving modes and modem configuration settings storage. Add it to your schedule: https://sched.co/PUk8
To register for the event, please visit the OSS NA website.