ELC Europe 2022 Presentations

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Presentations from https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-summit-europe/about/embedded-linux-conference/ ELCE 2022 (LF conference archive)].

Please note that all sessions for the event, as well as for Open Source Summit Europe 2022 are available for viewing through the month of November, 2022 at https://osseu2022.sched.com/overview/type/Embedded+Linux+Conference+(ELC) There is no charge to access the event. I believe you just need to provide your e-mail address. This includes all breakout sessions and keynotes.

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Session times are timezone ITC

Day 1 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 1, 11:15am
Board Farms for Everyone: Making Hardware Debugging Easier and Sharing Boards Across the Globe! Christopher Obbard, Collabora Ltd PDF
What Does a CPU Do Before Going to Work (in an Embedded System)? Josef Holzmayr, Mender.io PDF
What's Missing in Embedded Build Systems Arnout Vandecappelle, Essensium/Mind PDF
Day 1, 12:10pm
Basics of I2C on Linux Luca Ceresoli, Bootlin PDF
Challenges of Deploying eBPF-based Tracing in Embedded Systems, and Alternatives in Embedded Platforms Libtracefs/libtraceevent Bean Huo, Micron PDF
Using OpenEmbedded Inside Containers? How and Why? Drew Moseley, Toradex PDF
Day 1, 02:20pm
Sponsored Session: Integrating Software Stacks with BuildStream 2.0 and the Remote Execution API Sam Thursfield, Codethink PDF
Tales from the Crypt: Implementing Secure Boot and Disk Encryption on Tegra Platforms Tim Orling, Konsulko Group PDF
Day 1, 03:15pm
Booting Automotive ECUs Really Fast with Modern Security Features Brendan Le Foll, BMW Car IT GmbH PDF
Leveraging Next Generation Cellular Networks for Drone Telemetry and Payload Communication Ngonidzashe Mombeshora, University of Cape Town PPT
Merging your Kernel Testing Code into KernelCI Alice Ferrazzi & Hirotaka Motai, MIRACLE LINUX powered by Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. PDF
Day 1, 04:40pm
Automating and Managing an IoT Fleet Using Git Matthias Lüscher, Schindler AG PDF
How to Get Your DT Schema Bindings Accepted in Less than 10 Iterations Krzysztof Kozlowski, Linaro PDF
Implementing UEFI-based Secure Boot + OTA Update for Embedded ARM Devices Jan Kiszka & Christian Storm, Siemens AG PDF

Day 2 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 2, 11:00am
BoF: Embedded Linux Ecosystem Tim Bird, Sony Corporation PDF
Delta OTA Update with SWUpdate Stefano Babic, DENX Gmbh PDF
Improving Wireless PAN Support Miquèl Raynal, Bootlin PDF
Day 2, 11:55am
Beyond Complex Cameras: Complex Video Graphs Using PipeWire George Kiagiadakis, Collabora PDF
From a Security Expert's Diary: DOs and DON'Ts When Choosing Software for your Next Embedded Product Marta Rybczynska, Huawei OSTC PDF
Implementing A/B System Updates with U-Boot Michael Opdenacker, Bootlin PDF
Day 2, 02:05pm
Cameras, Devicetree and ACPI: A Device Driver Perspective Sakari Ailus, Intel PDF
Growing a Lab for Automated Upstream Testing: Challenges and Lessons Learned Laura Nao, Collabora Ltd. PDF
Walking Through the Linux-Based Graphics Stack Paul Kocialkowski, Bootlin PDF
Day 2, 03:00pm
CIP (Civil Infrastructure Platform): Reusing and Strengthening OSS Component Security for Achieving Industrial Grade Security Dinesh Kumar, Toshiba Software India Pvt Ltd PDF
SBOMs: Essential for Embedded Systems Too! Kate Stewart, The Linux Foundation PDF
Technical Introduction to EVerest: Open Source Firmware for EV Charging Stations Kai-Uwe Hermann & Piet Gömpel, PIONIX GmbH PDF
Day 2, 04:10pm
Day 2, 05:05pm
Day 2, 06:00pm

Day 3 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 3, 09:00am
Day 3, 9:50am
Day 3, 10:50am
Day 3, 11:45am
Day 3, 01:55pm
Day 3, 02:50pm
Day 3, 03:55pm
Day 3, 04:50pm