The Zephyr Developer Summit, hosted under the first-ever Embedded Open Source Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, on June 27-30 included presentations, BoFs, and training designed for real time problem solving and deep discussions. More than 1,300 people registered for the EOSS conference – representing 375 organizations across 56 countries around the globe. Zephyr had 75+ technical sessions (in-person and on-demand) for 3 tracks focused on users of Zephyr, developers contributing upstream, and maintainer-specific topics.
All of the videos from the Zephyr Developer Summit can be found on the Zephyr Youtube Channel. Each week, we’ll highlight a few videos in a blog for easy access. Today, we’re featuring a few sessions that showcase hardware vendors and platforms including, “Enabling the Silicon Labs EFR Family in Zephyr – a Case Study from a Port’s Lifecycle,” “Running Zephyr RTOS on Cadence® Tensilica® HiFi 4 DSP,” “STM32 on Zephyr, What You Need to Know,” “Porting Zephyr OS for a SoC (Cortex-R5),” and “Introducing CHESTER Platform for Industrial IoT Applications.”
Enabling the Silicon Labs EFR Family in Zephyr – a Case Study from a Port’s Lifecycle – Karol Gugala, Engineering Manager at Antmicro, & Anders Pettersson, Director of Field Marketing at Silicon Labs
Running Zephyr RTOS on Cadence® Tensilica® HiFi 4 DSP – Iuliana Prodan, Software Engineer at NXP
STM32 on Zephyr, What You Need to Know – Erwan Gouriou, Principal Engineer at STMicroelectronics
Introducing CHESTER Platform for Industrial IoT Applications – Pavel Hübner, CEO and Co-founder of HARDWARIO