March 12-14, 2018 - Portland, OR
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Monday, March 12 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Flexible IoT Solutions Using Zephyr and JavaScript - Brian Jones, Intel

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Due to their limited resources, IoT devices tend to be designed for a very focused purpose and can’t be used for much else. But what if you could have numerous modules, programs, testing tools, etc available on your IoT device? And the items you want to use could be loaded at run time rather than re-compiling? By storing these items in flash memory rather than precious ROM, JavaScript* Runtime for Zephyr* OS (ZJS) is able to run stored JavaScript at will. This allows you to do things like create distinct modes that the device can operate in. Or have it run entirely different programs based on your current needs and launch them on the fly. Run what you want, when you want, and only use only what you need.

In this session Brian will cover the core concepts, use cases, and provide demos to illustrate how it all works.


Brian Jones

Software Engineer, Intel
Brian Jones is a Software Engineer working on the ZJS project, which helps bring JavaScript to the IoT space. Since joining the Intel Open Source Technology Center nearly a decade ago, he has been involved in numerous open source projects.

Monday March 12, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm PDT
Galleria North