- 1 Safety
- 2 Health Care
- 3 Mobile Phone
- 4 Linux enabled Light bulbs
- 5 Documentation
- 6 Defence
- 7 Build/Make Your Own
- 8 Others
Collaborate on Linux for Use in Safety-Critical Systems? [ELCE 2018]
Presenter: Lukas Bulwahn, BMW Car IT GmbH
Summary: The talk shall sketch goals of a collaboration, development and
business models of a collaboration and call interested companies to
participate in safety-critical systems collaborative project.
Linux Application in Safety-Critical Environment: A Real-Life Example [ELCE 2010]
Presenter: Andrey Fedotov
Summary: This presentation discusses about a real time railway application
example as a Linux application in safety -critical environment.
Framework for Preventive Healthcare [ELCE 2016]
Presenter: Sanjay Dorairaj & Khem Raj, Comcast
Summary: This presentation provides information about the usage of Linux in these devices and
highlights challenges related to the adoption of Linux as the platform
of choice for these devices.
The Ara System Architecture [ELCE 2015]
Presenter: Alex Elder, Linaro
Summary: This presentation talks about the Ara project,
its design and modules and about system architecture.
The MPPWG Mobile Phone Telephony API – part 2 Introduction to the Mobile Phone API [ELC 2006]
Presenter: Andre Kruetzfeldt, Christophe Guinet
Summary: These slides provide information about mobile phone APIs such as
Circuit Switched Service (CS), Short Message Service (SMS),
Packet Switched Service (PS),Equipment Service (ES) and Lighting Service (LS).
Linux enabled Light bulbs
Visible Light Communication Networks Based on Linux-Enabled Light Bulbs [ELCE 2015]
Presenter: Stefan Schmid, Disney Research
Summary: This presentation provides information about Linux light bulbs
and visible light communication.
Effectively Managing Documentation for Embedded Linux Projects [ELC 2010] [ELC 2008]
Presenter: Jeff Osier-Mixon
Summary: This session describes managing documentation for Embedded Linux Projects.
Tux Meets Radar O'Reilly - Linux in Military Telecom [ELC 2009]
Presenter: Grant Likely
Summary: The link contains pointers to papers which talk about
usage of Linux to address defence needs.
Build/Make Your Own
BYOD (Build Your Own Device) [ELCE 2016]
Presenter: Angelo Dureghello, Sysam, Nomovok
Summary: This short talk will explain how easier is to make your
own Linux board, tailored to your wishes while keeping the cost low.
Deep Learning Neural Network Acceleration at the Edge[ELCE 2019]
Presenter: Andrea Gallo, Linaro
Summary: This presentation provides information about multiple options for neural network
acceleration in recent Arm-based platforms. provides an unprecedented information
for new intelligent devices with ML inference.
Deferred IO and E-Paper Display [ELCE 2008]
Presenter: Jaya Kumar
Summary: This presentation talks about Linux, Fbdev, & deferred IO
demo and Future work, controllers, technology.