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Thursday, February 23 • 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Enabling the Management of Constrained Devices Using the OIC Framework - Marko Kiiskila & James Pace, Runtime

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Apache Mynewt includes an open source OIC 1.1 implementation that can be used by applications to discover and register constrained resources (e.g., sensors) and to communicate with them in a standardized way over both IP and non-IP transports. The talk will focus on how OIC resources are intrinsic to Apache Mynewt devices connected via Bluetooth Low Energy 4.2 and how an application would use the base layers, client-server configurations, and APIs exposed by the Apache Mynewt system in a typical deployment scenario. The code is based on the open source IoTivity framework which is also licensed under Apache 2.0. The presentation will cover changes made to address tradeoffs, while optimizing code size and RAM usage, increasing message reliability, and promoting ease-of-use by application developers.


James Pace

CEO, micosa, inc.
Runtime is an early stage company providing significant contributions to open source for the IoT / embedded community. Apache Mynewt, an incubation stage project under the Apache Software Foundation, aims to provide an OS and development framework for embedded developers everywhere! Aditi Hilbert architected security implementations for a number of embedded / IoT products, including Silver Spring Networks' Industrial IoT network, where more... Read More →

Thursday February 23, 2017 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Broadway I/II
  • Experience Level Any

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