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Tuesday, February 21 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
War Story: Using Zephyr Project to Develop a Wearable Device - Fabien Parent, BayLibre

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One year ago at ELC in San Diego, a new RTOS named Zephyr was announced as a Linux Foundation project. Zephyr is a small footprint OS positioned as the Linux of IoT. Few products are known to use Zephyr. As such it is hard to find good feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of the OS, or the real-world experience of building a consumer product with it.


Neil Armstrong and Fabien Parent from BayLibre have been working on what may be the first consumer electronics product using Zephyr. They will share their reasons for selecting Zephyr from among the many RTOS choices available. They will also share their experiences contributing support for a new platform into the upstream Zephyr project and using it as a base for product development of a new wearable device.

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Fabien Parent

Embedded Linux Engineer, BayLibre
Embedded Linux Engineer since 2008, Neil worked on designing and supporting small in-house designed SoCs for Digital TV Content Protection, Set-Top-Box or Security Co-Processor, and is now Embedded Linux Expert in the Baylibre team. He ports, maintains and upstreams Linux support for ARM/ARM64 based SoCs from basic system support, power management to multimedia drivers. Neil experienced technical presentations during his engineering studies and... Read More →


Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Broadway I/II
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