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==Intro==
 
==Intro==
 
Presentations from [https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/elc-openiot-europe-2018/ ELCE 2018 (LF conference archive)].
 
Presentations from [https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/elc-openiot-europe-2018/ ELCE 2018 (LF conference archive)].
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Some additional videos, such as keynotes, are available at the [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4dlFMxmYgo&list=PLbzoR-pLrL6qThA7SAbhVfuMbjZsJX1CY Linux Foundation YouTube playlist.]
  
 
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|[[Media:prplMesh-An-Open-source-Implementation-of-the-Wi-Fi-Alliance®-Multi-AP-Specification-Arnout-Vandecappelle-EssensiumMind.pdf | PDF]]
 
|[[Media:prplMesh-An-Open-source-Implementation-of-the-Wi-Fi-Alliance®-Multi-AP-Specification-Arnout-Vandecappelle-EssensiumMind.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/gaCTTKPM5Iw Video]
 
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|Mind Supporting Hardware Codecs in a Linux System
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|Supporting Hardware Codecs in a Linux System
 
|Maxime Ripard, Bootlin
 
|Maxime Ripard, Bootlin
 
|[[Media:Supporting-Hardware-Codecs-in-a-Linux-System-Maxime-Ripard-Bootlin.pdf | PDF]]
 
|[[Media:Supporting-Hardware-Codecs-in-a-Linux-System-Maxime-Ripard-Bootlin.pdf | PDF]]
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|[[Media:Chevallier-tenart-from-the-ethernet-mac-to-the-link-partner.pdf | PDF]]
 
|[[Media:Chevallier-tenart-from-the-ethernet-mac-to-the-link-partner.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/K962S9gTBVM Video]
 
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|Bootlin The Modern Linux Graphics Stack on Embedded Systems
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|The Modern Linux Graphics Stack on Embedded Systems
 
|Michael Tretter, Pengutronix
 
|Michael Tretter, Pengutronix
 
|[[Media:The-Modern-Linux-Graphics-Stack-on-Embedded-Systems-Michael-Tretter-Pengutronix.pdf | PDF]]
 
|[[Media:The-Modern-Linux-Graphics-Stack-on-Embedded-Systems-Michael-Tretter-Pengutronix.pdf | PDF]]
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|The Modern Operating System, A Clear Choice
 
|The Modern Operating System, A Clear Choice
 
|Bun Tan, Intel
 
|Bun Tan, Intel
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|[[Media:Clear-Linux-Overview-OSS-EU-Oct-22-2018_Bun-Tan.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/ND16Ub8oWLo Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/ND16Ub8oWLo Video]
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|[[Media:Getting-Your-Patches-in-Mainline-Linux-What-Not-To-Do-and-a-Few-Things-You-Could-Try-Instead-Marc-Zyngier-ARM.pdf | PDF]]
 
|[[Media:Getting-Your-Patches-in-Mainline-Linux-What-Not-To-Do-and-a-Few-Things-You-Could-Try-Instead-Marc-Zyngier-ARM.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/LIdznotOxvg Video]
 
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|Introduction to SoundWire
 
|Introduction to SoundWire
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|Developing Open-Source Software RTOS with Functional Safety in Mind
 
|Developing Open-Source Software RTOS with Functional Safety in Mind
 
|Anas Nashif, Intel
 
|Anas Nashif, Intel
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|[[Media:Elce_2018_Anas_nashif.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/7gzndTzHPFM Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/7gzndTzHPFM Video]
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|Embedded Linux on RISC-V Architecture - Status Report
 
|Embedded Linux on RISC-V Architecture - Status Report
 
|Khem Raj, Comcast
 
|Khem Raj, Comcast
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|[[Media:Elce_2018_khem_raj_Embedded_Linux-Riscv.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/8BCvyUlcRHY Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/8BCvyUlcRHY Video]
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|Device Security in IoT
 
|Device Security in IoT
 
|Ashutosh Singh, Arm Ltd
 
|Ashutosh Singh, Arm Ltd
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|[[Media:Elce_2018_singh_Device_security_in_IOT.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/9fFSlpD7NjQ Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/9fFSlpD7NjQ Video]
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|DMA Safety in Buffers for Linux Kernel Device Drivers
 
|DMA Safety in Buffers for Linux Kernel Device Drivers
 
|Wolfram Sang, Renesas / Consultant
 
|Wolfram Sang, Renesas / Consultant
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|[[Media:20181023-Wolfram-Sang-ELCE18-safe_dma_buffers.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/JDwaMClvV-s Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/JDwaMClvV-s Video]
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|Firmware Transparency: Open All the Way Down
 
|Firmware Transparency: Open All the Way Down
 
|Josh Triplett, Intel
 
|Josh Triplett, Intel
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|[[Media:Elce_2018_triplett_firmware-transparency.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/zfKqKWIa5WU Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/zfKqKWIa5WU Video]
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|How to Avoid Writing Device Drivers for Embedded Linux
 
|How to Avoid Writing Device Drivers for Embedded Linux
 
|Chris Simmonds, 2net
 
|Chris Simmonds, 2net
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|[[Media:userspace-drivers-csimmonds-elce-2018_Chris-Simmonds.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/QIO2pJqMxjE Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/QIO2pJqMxjE Video]
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|Bluetooth Mesh and Zephyr
 
|Bluetooth Mesh and Zephyr
 
|Martin Woolley, Bluetooth SIG
 
|Martin Woolley, Bluetooth SIG
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|[[Media:Bluetooth-Mesh-and-Zephyr-V1.0_Martin-Wooley.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/1rxgY1EnmJw Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/1rxgY1EnmJw Video]
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|Deep Learning in OpenCV
 
|Deep Learning in OpenCV
|Wu Zhiwen, Intel
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|Wu Zhiwen (Alex Wu), Intel
 
|[[Media:Deep-Learning-in-OpenCV-Wu-Zhiwen-Intel.pdf | PDF]]
 
|[[Media:Deep-Learning-in-OpenCV-Wu-Zhiwen-Intel.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/VTX5WmWSEEk Video]
 
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|SPI Memory Support in Linux and U-Boot
 
|SPI Memory Support in Linux and U-Boot
 
|Miquèl Raynal, Bootlin
 
|Miquèl Raynal, Bootlin
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|[[Media:raynal-spi-memories.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/PkWbuLM_gmU Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/PkWbuLM_gmU Video]
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|Debian & Yocto: State of the Art
 
|Debian & Yocto: State of the Art
 
|Kazuhiro Hayashi, Toshiba Corporation & Manuel Traut, Linutronix GmbH & Baurzhan Ismagulov
 
|Kazuhiro Hayashi, Toshiba Corporation & Manuel Traut, Linutronix GmbH & Baurzhan Ismagulov
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|[[Media:Elce_2018_kazuhiro_hayashi_Debian-Yocto-State-of-the-Art_r6.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/pWskw-79hSk Video]
 
|[https://youtu.be/pWskw-79hSk Video]
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|Deep Learning Neural Network Acceleration at the Edge
 
|Deep Learning Neural Network Acceleration at the Edge
 
|Andrea Gallo, Linaro
 
|Andrea Gallo, Linaro
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|[[Media:Elce_2018_gallo_Deep_Learning_NN_Acceleration_at_the_Edge.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|Real-time Testing with Fuego
 
|Real-time Testing with Fuego
 
|Hirotaka MOTAI, Mitsubishi Electric Corp
 
|Hirotaka MOTAI, Mitsubishi Electric Corp
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|[[Media:ELC2018_Real-time_testing_with_Fuego-181024m.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/0rhPcLiIZwY Video]
 
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|On this Rock I will Build my System - Why Open-Source Firmware Matters
 
|On this Rock I will Build my System - Why Open-Source Firmware Matters
 
|Lucas Stach, Pengutronix
 
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|[[Media:OSELAS.Presentation-ELCE2018-Firmware.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/xewCQ7dTGq0 Video]
 
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|Real Time is Coming to Linux; What Does that Mean to You?
 
|Real Time is Coming to Linux; What Does that Mean to You?
 
|Steven Rostedt, VMware
 
|Steven Rostedt, VMware
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|[[Media:Rostedt-elc-eu-2018-rt-what-does-it-mean.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|Sound Open Firmware
 
|Sound Open Firmware
 
|Liam Girdwood, Intel
 
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|[https://youtu.be/vwDoEumA1Mo Video]
 
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|Power Debugging with JTAG
 
|Power Debugging with JTAG
 
|Patrick Titiano & Alexandre Bailon, BAYLIBRE
 
|Patrick Titiano & Alexandre Bailon, BAYLIBRE
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|[[Media:ELCE-2018-Non-Intrusive-Power-Performance_-Debugging-via-JTAG_Patrick-Titiano.pdf | PDF]]
 
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|[https://youtu.be/hx4ld3XCbOE Video]
 
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| Automotive Grade Linux
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| Walt Miner and Jan-Simon Moeller
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Walt-AGL.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Embedded Base Boot Requirements (EBBR) Example Platforms
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| Grant Likely, Daniel Thompson
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Daniel-Thompson-EBBR.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Hardware Video Codec Support on Allwinner SoCs
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| Maxime Ripard
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Maxime-accelerated-video.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Isar: System Builder for Debian-Based Products
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| Baurzhan Ismagulov, Jan Kiszka
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Isar-r2.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Kodi Playback with Standard V4L2 Graphics Stack
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| Neil Armstrong, Koen Kooi
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Kooi-V4L2-Kodi.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Longterm Embedded Linux: Testing & Field Update
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| Pengutronix
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-RAUC-labgrid.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Mahalia, an Open Hardware Hearing Aid Platform
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| Chris Obbard and Daniel James
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Hearing-Aid.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Non-Intrusive Power/Perf. Debugging via JTAG
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| Alexandre Bailon / Patrick Titiano
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Baylibre.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Open Source Graphics & Etnaviv
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| Pengutronix
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Etnaviv.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Simplifying Heterogeneous problems; Analysing Heterogeneous Liquids
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| Ricardo Ribalda, Dimitrios Katsaros
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Delgado-liquidscan.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Synchronized Camera Capture
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| Carlos Agüero-Montero
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-RidgeRun-Poster-vsync.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Trustworthy OE Devices and Software Supply Chain Integrity
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| Christopher Clark, Rich Persaud, Daniel Smith
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Persaud-OpenXT.pdf | PDF ]]
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| TV tuner CXD2880 SPI I/F support in DVB-API
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| Paul Johns, Masayuki Yamamoto
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| [[Media:ELCE2018-poster-Sony-rpi-cxd2880.pdf | PDF ]]
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| Upstream Linux kernel support for Microsemi switches
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| Alexandre Belloni
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Latest revision as of 12:49, 9 December 2019


Intro

Presentations from ELCE 2018 (LF conference archive).

Some additional videos, such as keynotes, are available at the Linux Foundation YouTube playlist.

NOTE: If you add a wikilink to your presentation and attempt to upload it via the link, it may fail. If it does, use the Special:Upload page to upload your file.

Presenters

Day 1 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 1, 11:15am
Buildroot vs Yocto: Differences for Your Daily Job Luca Ceresoli, AIM Sportline PDF Video
prplMesh: An Open-source Implementation of the Wi-Fi Alliance® Multi-AP Specification Arnout Vandecappelle, Essensium PDF Video
Supporting Hardware Codecs in a Linux System Maxime Ripard, Bootlin PDF Video
An Introduction to EdgeX Foundry Jeroen Mackenbach, Dell Technologies Video
Day 1, 12:05pm
Networking: From the Ethernet MAC to the Link Partner Maxime Chevallier & Antoine Ténart PDF Video
The Modern Linux Graphics Stack on Embedded Systems Michael Tretter, Pengutronix PDF Video
The Modern Operating System, A Clear Choice Bun Tan, Intel PDF Video
MCUboot: Multi-Image Support David Brown, Linaro, Ltd PDF Video
Day 1, 2:15pm
Getting Your Patches in Mainline Linux: What Not To Do (and a Few Things You Could Try Instead) Marc Zyngier, ARM PDF Video
Introduction to SoundWire Vinod Koul, Linaro PDF Video
Using Seccomp to Limit the Kernel Attack Surface Michael Kerrisk, man7.org Training and Consulting PDF Video
Developing Open-Source Software RTOS with Functional Safety in Mind Anas Nashif, Intel PDF Video
Day 1, 3:05pm
Bring Your Camera into 2018: Forward Porting Image Sensor Drivers Jacopo Mondi, Renesas PDF Video
Building Safe Systems with Linux Nicholas McGuire, OpenTech Video
Keeping Up With The Joneses (CVEs) David Reyna, Wind River Systems PDF Video
Open Source MQTT Brokers Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group PDF Video
Day 1, 4:15pm
Cooking a Debian System: One, Two, Debos! Ana Guerrero López, Collabora PDF Video
Embedded Linux on RISC-V Architecture - Status Report Khem Raj, Comcast PDF Video
Spectre and Meltdown vs. Real-Time: How Much do Mitigations Cost? Ralf Ramsauer & Wolfgang Mauerer, OTH Regensburg; Jan Kiszka, Siemens AG PDF Video
WiFi and Secure Socket Offload in Zephyr Gil Pitney, Texas Instruments PDF Video
Day 1, 5:05pm
Device Security in IoT Ashutosh Singh, Arm Ltd PDF Video
Primer: Testing Your Embedded System - What is a ptest, Lava, Fuego, KernelCI and...? Jan-Simon Moeller, The Linux Foundation PDF Video
Bluetooth Low Energy Controller in Zephyr OS Vinayak Kariappa Chettimada, Nordic Semiconductor ASA PDF Video
Day 1, 6:00pm
BoF: Early Platform Drivers in Linux Kernel Bartosz Golaszewski, BayLibre PDF Video
BoF: Embedded Update Tools Jan Lübbe, Pengutronix PDF Video
BoF: Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded Armin Kuster, MontaVista Software, LLC & Nicolas Dechesne, Yocto Project Community Manager PDF
BoF: Automotive Grade Linux Developer Community Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation Video
BoF: Blockchain of Things & Large Scale Deployments of Blockchain Tyler Baker, Open Source Foundries Video

Day 2 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 2, 9:00am
DMA Safety in Buffers for Linux Kernel Device Drivers Wolfram Sang, Renesas / Consultant PDF Video
EBBR: Standard Boot for Embedded Platforms Grant Likely, Arm Video
The Seven Year Leap - Updating a Product from Linux 2.6 to 4.15, a Real-World Project Case Study Ed Langley, Kobilon PDF Video
Enabling a Cloud-native Edge for IoT Scale Jason Shepherd, Dell Technologies Video
Day 2, 9:50am
Grabbing Audio and Video on a Board Farm Krzysztof Opasiak, Samsung R&D Institute Poland Video
Large Scale Deployments for Automated Kernel Testing Dave Pigott, Linaro PDF Video
Preempt-RT Latency Benchmarking of the Cortex-A53 Processor Paul Thomas, AMSC PDF Video
Creating an IoT Data Layer for Collecting, Storing, Analyzing and Reacting to Data David G. Simmons, InfluxData Video
Day 2, 10:40pm
Common Attacks on IoT Devices Christina Quast PDF Video
Firmware Transparency: Open All the Way Down Josh Triplett, Intel PDF Video
Managing Linux Kernel Configurations with Config Fragments Darren Hart, VMware PDF Video
Zephyr and Trusted Execution Environments Andy Gross, Linaro PDF Video
Day 2, 11:30am
How to Avoid Writing Device Drivers for Embedded Linux Chris Simmonds, 2net PDF Video
Linux IoT: From Prototype to Production Drew Moseley, Mender.io Video
The New Wi-Fi Experience for Linux Marcel Holtmann, Intel Video
Bluetooth Mesh and Zephyr Martin Woolley, Bluetooth SIG PDF Video
Day 2, 12:20pm
Deep Learning in OpenCV Wu Zhiwen (Alex Wu), Intel PDF Video
SPI Memory Support in Linux and U-Boot Miquèl Raynal, Bootlin PDF Video
Strategies for Developing and Deploying your Embedded Applications and Images Mirza Krak, Mender.io PDF Video
Building an Open IoT Solution with EdgeX Foundry and Zephyr Project Thea Aldrich, Zephyr Project & Michael Hall, EdgeX Foundry Video
Elivepatch: Flexible Distributed Linux Kernel Live Patching Alice Ferrazzi & Takanori Suzuki, Cybertrust Japan PDF
Day 2, 2:30pm
Debian & Yocto: State of the Art Kazuhiro Hayashi, Toshiba Corporation & Manuel Traut, Linutronix GmbH & Baurzhan Ismagulov PDF Video
Linux and Zephyr “Talking” to Each Other in the Same SoC Diego Sueiro, Sepura / Embarcados PDF Video
Teaching your Test Framework to Speak LAVA Tim Orling, Intel Corporation PDF Video
U-Boot - Bootloader for IoT Platform? Alexey Brodkin, Synopsys PDF Video
Day 2, 3:50pm
10 Years of the Industrial I/O Kernel Subsystem Jonathan Cameron, Huawei PDF Video
Extending the Performance Analyis Toolset Christoph Sterz, KDAB PDF Video
Uh-oh, It's I/O Ordering! Will Deacon, Arm PDF Video
A Zephyr User Story Franco Saworski, blik GmbH PDF Video
Day 2, 4:40pm
Collaborate on Linux for Use in Safety-Critical Systems? Lukas Bulwahn, BMW Car IT GmbH PDF Video
Complex Cameras on Linux Mauro Carvalho Chehab, Samsung PDF Video
PREEMPT_RT isn't Just for Lasers: The Perfect Match for Hearing Aid Research! Christopher Obbard & Daniel James, 64 Studio Ltd PDF Video
Deep Learning Neural Network Acceleration at the Edge Andrea Gallo, Linaro PDF Video

Day 3 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 3, 11:15am
OpenOCD - Beyond Simple Software Debugging Oleksij Rempel, Pengutronix PDF Video
Real-time Testing with Fuego Hirotaka MOTAI, Mitsubishi Electric Corp PDF Video
The End of Time, 19 Years to Go Arnd Bergmann, Linaro Ltd PDF Video
Backporting is so 1993 Ricardo Salveti & Michael Scott, Foundries.io PDF Video
Day 3, 12:05pm
On this Rock I will Build my System - Why Open-Source Firmware Matters Lucas Stach, Pengutronix PDF Video
Real Time is Coming to Linux; What Does that Mean to You? Steven Rostedt, VMware PDF Video
The Power-Supply Subsystem Sebastian Reichel, Collabora PDF Video
Enabling Zephyr on Your Hardware Platform Diego Sueiro, Sepura / Embarcados PDF Video
Day 3, 2:15pm
Creating Your Own Tiny Linux Distribution Using Yocto: Keeping it Small With Poky-Tiny Alejandro Hernandez, Xilinx PDF Video
Kernel Analysis Using eBPF Daniel Thompson, Linaro PDF Video
Sound Open Firmware Liam Girdwood, Intel PDF Video
Trusted Firmware M, Secure Partitioning – Compartmentalization in IoT Miklos Balint & Ken Liu, Arm PDF Video
Day 3, 3:05pm
BoF: Devicetree Frank Rowand, Sony PDF Video
Building Container Images with OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project Scott Murray, Konsulko Group PDF Video
Power Debugging with JTAG Patrick Titiano & Alexandre Bailon, BAYLIBRE PDF Video
IoT TLS: Why It's Hard David Brown, Linaro PDF Video
Day 3, 4:15pm
A Sockets API for LoRa Andreas Färber, SUSE PDF Video
Comparison of Voice Assistant SDKs for Embedded Linux Devices Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group PDF Video
Why Embedded Cameras are Difficult, and How to Make Them Easy Laurent Pinchart, Ideas on Board PDF Video
Why the Yocto Project for My IoT Project Drew Moseley, Mender.io PDF Video
Day 3, 5:05pm
Closing Game Tim Bird Video

Technical Showcase Posters

Poster Title Presenter Poster
Automotive Grade Linux Walt Miner and Jan-Simon Moeller PDF
Embedded Base Boot Requirements (EBBR) Example Platforms Grant Likely, Daniel Thompson PDF
Hardware Video Codec Support on Allwinner SoCs Maxime Ripard PDF
Isar: System Builder for Debian-Based Products Baurzhan Ismagulov, Jan Kiszka PDF
Kodi Playback with Standard V4L2 Graphics Stack Neil Armstrong, Koen Kooi PDF
Longterm Embedded Linux: Testing & Field Update Pengutronix PDF
Mahalia, an Open Hardware Hearing Aid Platform Chris Obbard and Daniel James PDF
Non-Intrusive Power/Perf. Debugging via JTAG Alexandre Bailon / Patrick Titiano PDF
Open Source Graphics & Etnaviv Pengutronix PDF
Simplifying Heterogeneous problems; Analysing Heterogeneous Liquids Ricardo Ribalda, Dimitrios Katsaros PDF
Synchronized Camera Capture Carlos Agüero-Montero PDF
Trustworthy OE Devices and Software Supply Chain Integrity Christopher Clark, Rich Persaud, Daniel Smith PDF
TV tuner CXD2880 SPI I/F support in DVB-API Paul Johns, Masayuki Yamamoto PDF
Upstream Linux kernel support for Microsemi switches Alexandre Belloni PDF