From the Zephyr project web site:
The Zephyr® Project strives to deliver the best-in-class RTOS for connected resource-constrained devices, built to be secure and safe.
Zephyr is a small real-time operating system for connected, resource-constrained and embedded devices supporting multiple architectures and released under the Apache License 2.0.
Session author's bio
Benjamin Cabé is a technology enthusiast with a passion for empowering developers to build innovative solutions. He has over 15 years of experience leading developer engagement initiatives with some of the top communities and companies in the IoT, embedded, and AI. He has invented an award-winning open source and open hardware artificial nose that he likes to use as an educational platform for people interested in diving into the world of embedded development. He is currently a Developer Advocate for the Zephyr Project at the Linux Foundation and lives in Toulouse, France, where he enjoys baking sourdough bread with the help of his artificial nose.
Jonas Remmert is an embedded developer with a background in Electrical Engineering and Embedded Systems. He has worked as a hardware and software developer at Phytec, where he played a key role in developing battery-powered products for customer applications. In his current role, Jonas is focused on innovating in areas where electronics and software have not yet been utilized and where new technologies like LPWAN can simplify existing designs.
|Please confirm that there are included headshots of all speakers in their profiles||Yes|
|Level of Difficulty||Beginner|
|In Person Attendance||Remote|