Are you interested in writing safe and efficient code in the open? Learning the best ways to utilize asset administration shells as they relate to industry 4.0? Or even get to experience open source hardware demos in play?
IoT & Edge track at EclipseCon 2022 is the place for you! This year’s track will cover exciting topics around open source IoT & edge and everything you need to know about Eclipse IoT & edge projects.
Some of the talks include:
In 2019 I gave a talk about how Rust can help to write safe and efficient code, even on microcontrollers. Still, it was pretty early, and the microcontroller stack contained a good portion of C code underneath the “application.”
This year, we are back to show you the current, bleeding edge, state of embedded Rust: Asynchronous code, actor based designs, swappable TCP/IP stacks, TLS, HTTP and MQTT clients. Even a bootloader and over the air updates via Bluetooth.
Speaker: Jon Levell (IBM)
Eclipse Amlen is a simple way of allowing secure, reliable, scalable communication between IoT devices, mobile, web browsers and back-end applications using the common MQTT protocol.
This talk will describe Amlen without assuming prior knowledge of the software, outlining Amlen's features and how to use it as well as the current status and the future.
Free And Open Source Hardware To Enable RISC - V IoT Applications With The Eclipse Foundation & OpenHW Group
Free and open-source hardware is no more a dream. Freedom, cost, security, control, and digital sovereignty are only a few advantages of choosing open source hardware IPs.
The Eclipse Foundation and the OpenHW Group, a not-for-profit global organization, are designing with their members on the highway towards industrial-grade, production-ready open source cores, and related IP, tools, and software.
In this talk, we introduce you to the OpenHW Group ecosystem, its relationship with the Eclipse Foundation, and its working task groups.
A case-study of the lifecycle of a machine learning-based application within the Eclipse Kura ecosystem: from data collection to training, deployment and inference on the edge.
We'll focus on the process of creating a deep learning anomaly detector from scratch, leveraging the entire Eclipse Kura ecosystem
As you can see the IoT & Edge track contains a number of exciting talks, ranging from hardware, software, application development, and utilization.
Join us in Ludwigsburg October 24-27 for EclipseCon 2022! Be sure to register so you don’t miss a full program of technical talks, community day and networking opportunities. For more information on this event check eclipsecon.org and @EclipseCon on Twitter.