The Zephyr Project is coming to town, and it promises to be an event that tech enthusiasts won’t want to miss. This meetup, which takes place at TNG Technology Consulting GmbH, offers a fantastic opportunity to dive into Zephyr RTOS, with great talks, delicious pizza, refreshing drinks, and the chance to explore beautiful Munich on the weekend.
1.Welcome & Zephyr Project Update by Kate Stewart, Vice President of Dependable Embedded Systems at the Linux Foundation
To kick off the meetup, Kate Stewart will provide a warm welcome and an update on what’s been happening within the Zephyr Project. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain insights into the latest developments and future plans for this open source, real-time operating system designed for IoT devices.
2. Developing Zephyr with Devcontainers by Maximilian Huber, Principal Consultant at TNG Technology Consulting GmbH
Maximilian will delve into the world of Devcontainers and how Zephyr can be developed with them. This talk will offer practical insights into integrating Zephyr into your own projects and configuring it for specific hardware.
3.Using Zephyr in Indoor Farming with DALI Lighting by Christian Hirsch, Founder, Researcher & Developer, at Research Studios Austria
Christian Hirsch’s talk will give an overview of the indoor farming use-case of the EU-KDT project AgrarSense (www.agrarsense.eu). In this use-case Zephyr is used on IoT devices for sensing and controlling. The presentation will give an overview of the infrastructure and how Zephyr is used to control the lighting with the DALI interface.
4.Intro and update of the Safety Working Group by Nicole Pappler, Safety expert, CTO of AlektoMetis
Nicole Pappler will introduce attendees to the Safety Working Group, outlining its goals and ongoing activities. This talk will also include a call for participation, encouraging those interested in safety-related aspects of Zephyr to get involved.
5.Using Zephyr RTOS in Real Products by Christian Kurz, Senior Field Application Engineer, at Nordic Semiconductor Germany GmbH: Christian Kurz will present insights into how the vast code base of Zephyr can be integrated into real-world projects. Attendees can expect to learn how to configure and adapt software modules for specific hardware, with practical examples showcasing Zephyr’s use in various applications.
6.Wastewater Monitoring and Signal Processing by Oliver Völckers, CEO, at BeST Berliner Sensortechnik GmbH
Oliver Völckers will cap off the evening with a discussion on wastewater monitoring and signal processing. This presentation promises to be an engaging exploration of how Zephyr can be applied to critical environmental monitoring, emphasizing its versatility and adaptability across various industries.
While you’re in Munich for the Zephyr Project Meetup, don’t forget to take some time to explore this beautiful city. Munich is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. Whether you want to stroll through the English Garden, visit the famous Marienplatz, or indulge in some Bavarian cuisine at a local beer garden, Munich has something for everyone.
The Zephyr Project Meetup at TNG Consulting GmbH promises to be an exciting gathering of tech enthusiasts, developers, and innovators. With an impressive lineup of speakers, free pizza and drinks, and the opportunity to explore Munich, this event is one you won’t want to miss. So mark your calendars, and get ready for a weekend of tech inspiration, networking, and exploration in one of Germany’s most captivating cities. See you there!
If you’re excited about the Zephyr Project and want to share it with your local community, consider hosting an event in your city. Whether you’re in Munich or halfway across the globe, we encourage passionate individuals to get involved. Reach out to Benjamin Cabé, Developer Advocate for the Zephyr Project, to explore how you can bring Zephyr to your community and make a difference in the world of IoT development.
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