March 12-14, 2018 - Portland, OR
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Wednesday, March 14 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
DIY Connected IoT Products Using Open Source Software - Alan Bennett & Tyler Baker, Open Source Foundries

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For the past 2 years our team has been built reference IoT products using Open Embedded / Yocto, the Linux kernel, Zephyr and some open source device management platforms. We have struggled through incomplete frameworks, proprietary radio bugs, multiple IP stacks and an every growing number of CVEs. Now we want to share all of our knowledge in a hands-on workshop/tutorial. In the workshop, you will learn about all of the components involved in an open source end-to-end IoT system and be able to build, test, deploy and delivery software updates to fielded devices. From the Cloud to the Edge and into wireless sensor devices, we will show you how to take advantage of all that open source software has to offer to build safe, secure and updatable devices.

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Tyler Baker

Principal Software Engineer, Foundries.io
Embedded Linux software engineer, working upstream on Linux kernel and Zephyr RTOS. Focusing on secure end to end connected devices, and over the air updates. Passionate blockchain and distributed ledger enthusiast. Cryptocurrency miner since 2011.
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Alan Bennett

VP Engineering, Open Source Foundries
Alan leads Open Source Foundries' engineering teams, where they are are bringing the benefits of open source embedded software to engineering teams world-wide. With a history of building embedded systems across most market segments (consumer, commercial, military and aviation), he... Read More →

Wednesday March 14, 2018 3:30pm - 4:20pm PDT
Galleria North