Embedded Open Source Summit 2023
Opens Dec 15 2022 12:00 AM (PST)
Deadline Feb 12 2023 11:59 PM (PST)
Description

June 27 - June 30 | Prague, Czech Republic + Virtual

The Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) is for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. It gathers the technical experts working on embedded systems and applications for education and collaboration, paving the way for transformation in these important and far-reaching areas.

Launched in 2021, Zephyr Developer Summit is for developers using or considering Zephyr in embedded products. This year we will focus on supporting topics of interest to users of Zephyr, developers contributing upstream, and maintainer-specific topics.

The Embedded IoT Summit is where system architects, firmware developers, and software developers working on resource-constrained embedded and IoT products can learn and collaborate for increased development velocity and maximum innovation.

Dates to Remember:

  • CFP Closes: Sunday, February 12 at 11:59 PM PST
  • CFP Notifications: Tuesday, March 21
  • Schedule Announcement: Thursday, March 23
  • Slide Due Date: Friday, June 23
  • Event Dates: Tuesday, June 27 - Friday, June 30 

EOSS 2023 Events & Suggested Topics:

Embedded Linux Conference (ELC)

Launched in 2005, Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) is for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. It gathers the technical experts working on embedded systems and applications for education and collaboration, paving the way for transformation in these important and far-reaching areas.

  • Aerospace
  • Android (in embedded devices)
  • Audio, Video, Streaming Media, and Graphics
  • FPGAs and Dynamic Hardware
  • Embedded Storage Technologies
  • Flash Memory Devices and Filesystems
  • Boot Speed
  • Device Tree and Other Linux Subsystems
  • Real-Time Linux - Performance, Tuning, and Use
  • SDKs for Embedded Products
  • Build Systems, Embedded Distributions, and Development Tools
  • Linux in Devices
  • Embedded CPU Architectures
  • Embedded System Architecture
  • Embedded Specific Busses and Communications Paths
  • Network and Wireless Technologies in Embedded Systems
  • Scaling Linux to Fit in Embedded Platforms
  • Embedded vs. Other Use Cases Within the Linux Community
  • Preparing Linux for Future Embedded Requirements
  • Trends and Future Direction of Embedded Linux
  • Test Frameworks and Board Farms
  • Security
  • System Upgrades
  • Linux in Automotive
  • Drones
  • Robotics
  • Practical Experiences and War Stories
  • Standards
  • Public Infrastructure
  • Industrial Automation

Zephyr Project Developer Summit

Launched in 2021, Zephyr Developer Summit is for developers using or considering Zephyr in embedded products. This year we will be focusing on supporting topics of interest to users of Zephyr, developers contributing upstream, and maintainer specific topics.

  • User
    • Zephyr in the Field:  Practical Experiences and Lessons Learned
    • Zephyr Infrastructure and New Developer Onramp
    • Machine Learning on Zephyr Systems
    • Products Running Zephyr. Example uses of Zephyr in Industrial, Agriculture, Energy, Medical, Aerospace, Wearables, etc.
  • Developer
    • Subsystem Status and Overview
    • Updates on Ecosystem, West, Modules, Runtimes, Developer Environments, etc.
    • Developer Tooling
    • Test Infrastructure, Code Coverage, Tracing, Fuzzing, and Static Analysis Tool
    • Power Management
    • Connectivity
    • Use in Mixed-Criticality Systems
    • Architecture Support (including Arm® Cortex®-M, Intel x86, ARC, NIOS II, Tensilica Xtensa, and RISC-V…)
  • Maintainer
    • Subsystem Evolution and Planning Discussions (aka Miniconfs)
    • Security and Vulnerability Management
    • Secure Device Provisioning and Management
    • Safety Certification and LTS Management
    • Code Quality and Coding Guidelines
    • Proposed New Technologies for Inclusion into the Project
    • Documentation
  • Other, Please Specify

Embedded IoT Summit

The Embedded IoT Summit is where system architects, firmware developers, and software developers working on resource-constrained embedded and IoT products can learn and collaborate for increased development velocity and maximum innovation.

  • Best Practices working with Resource Constraints
    • Code Footprint Minimization
    • Sensor Interaction
    • Power Usage
    • Open Hardware Support
    • Hardware/Software Tradeoffs for Acceleration Technologies 
  • Cybersecurity & Safety Considerations for Systems not Based on Linux
    • Best Practices for Handling Vulnerabilities in Open Source Projects
    • Secure Bootloaders and Trusted Update Support
    • Secure Communication to the Edge
    • Considerations for Use in Sandboxes and Non-Linux Virtualization
    • Best Practices for Determining the Scope of Edge Autonomy
  • Outside World Meets IoT RTOSes
    • NTP and Synchronization
    • Connected Sensors
    • EMF/RFI Impact
    • Real-Time Considerations
    • Communication Technologies

Automotive Linux Summit

Driving the future of embedded devices in the automotive arena.

  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • AGL Distribution and Design Considerations
  • AGL Application Design, Application Framework
  • AGL Security
  • AGL Tools
  • AGL Long-team Support and Maintenance
  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Augmented Reality, Heads-Up Display
  • Autonomous Driving and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • Connected Car Technologies
  • Delivering Live Content and Updates to Vehicles in Motion
  • Functional Safety and Open Source Software
  • In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI)
  • Legal and Compliance Issues
  • Mobility Services
  • Navigation and Mapping
  • Non-AGL Technical Projects (e.g. Smart Roads, Self-driving Vehicles)
  • Non-technical Subjects (e.g. Lifestyle, Productivity)
  • Over-the-Air (OTA) Software Updates
  • Security and Privacy
  • Telematics and Emergency Call Services
  • Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle-to-Cloud (V2C) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2X) Communications
  • W3C for Automotive

Safety-Critical Software Summit - Sponsored by ELISA

As open source is found more and more in safety-critical applications, the need to evaluate open source software that meets safety standards has increased. This event, sponsored by ELISA, gathers safety experts and open source developers to enable and advance the use of open source in safety-critical applications.

  • Open Source Software Interaction with Safety Standards
  • Best Practices to Work with Regulatory Authorities when using Open Source
  • Best Practices for Security Updates to Safety-critical Systems
  • Safety Engineering Applied to Open Source Projects
  • Quality Assessments based on Data from Development
  • Development of Technical Features with Safety Relevance
  • Safety Analysis Approaches and Methodology to Apply to Systems
  • Case Studies of Existing use of Linux in Safety-critical Domains
  • Other Ideas are Welcome

LF Energy Embedded Summit

All new for 2023, LF Energy Embedded Summit will gather embedded developers with stakeholders from the energy sector for a discussion of how IoT and other hardware can accelerate the energy transition and drive decarbonization.

  • Clean Electrification (i.e Clean Hydrogen)
  • Demand Response
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • Energy Metering and Measuring Systems
  • Energy Tracking and Attributes
  • Load Forecasting
  • Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
  • Microgrid Controllers
  • Power System Automation
  • Scheduling Energy Consumption
Apply

Embedded Open Source Summit 2023


June 27 - June 30 | Prague, Czech Republic + Virtual

The Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) is for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. It gathers the technical experts working on embedded systems and applications for education and collaboration, paving the way for transformation in these important and far-reaching areas.

Launched in 2021, Zephyr Developer Summit is for developers using or considering Zephyr in embedded products. This year we will focus on supporting topics of interest to users of Zephyr, developers contributing upstream, and maintainer-specific topics.

The Embedded IoT Summit is where system architects, firmware developers, and software developers working on resource-constrained embedded and IoT products can learn and collaborate for increased development velocity and maximum innovation.

Dates to Remember:

  • CFP Closes: Sunday, February 12 at 11:59 PM PST
  • CFP Notifications: Tuesday, March 21
  • Schedule Announcement: Thursday, March 23
  • Slide Due Date: Friday, June 23
  • Event Dates: Tuesday, June 27 - Friday, June 30 

EOSS 2023 Events & Suggested Topics:

Embedded Linux Conference (ELC)

Launched in 2005, Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) is for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. It gathers the technical experts working on embedded systems and applications for education and collaboration, paving the way for transformation in these important and far-reaching areas.

  • Aerospace
  • Android (in embedded devices)
  • Audio, Video, Streaming Media, and Graphics
  • FPGAs and Dynamic Hardware
  • Embedded Storage Technologies
  • Flash Memory Devices and Filesystems
  • Boot Speed
  • Device Tree and Other Linux Subsystems
  • Real-Time Linux - Performance, Tuning, and Use
  • SDKs for Embedded Products
  • Build Systems, Embedded Distributions, and Development Tools
  • Linux in Devices
  • Embedded CPU Architectures
  • Embedded System Architecture
  • Embedded Specific Busses and Communications Paths
  • Network and Wireless Technologies in Embedded Systems
  • Scaling Linux to Fit in Embedded Platforms
  • Embedded vs. Other Use Cases Within the Linux Community
  • Preparing Linux for Future Embedded Requirements
  • Trends and Future Direction of Embedded Linux
  • Test Frameworks and Board Farms
  • Security
  • System Upgrades
  • Linux in Automotive
  • Drones
  • Robotics
  • Practical Experiences and War Stories
  • Standards
  • Public Infrastructure
  • Industrial Automation

Zephyr Project Developer Summit

Launched in 2021, Zephyr Developer Summit is for developers using or considering Zephyr in embedded products. This year we will be focusing on supporting topics of interest to users of Zephyr, developers contributing upstream, and maintainer specific topics.

  • User
    • Zephyr in the Field:  Practical Experiences and Lessons Learned
    • Zephyr Infrastructure and New Developer Onramp
    • Machine Learning on Zephyr Systems
    • Products Running Zephyr. Example uses of Zephyr in Industrial, Agriculture, Energy, Medical, Aerospace, Wearables, etc.
  • Developer
    • Subsystem Status and Overview
    • Updates on Ecosystem, West, Modules, Runtimes, Developer Environments, etc.
    • Developer Tooling
    • Test Infrastructure, Code Coverage, Tracing, Fuzzing, and Static Analysis Tool
    • Power Management
    • Connectivity
    • Use in Mixed-Criticality Systems
    • Architecture Support (including Arm® Cortex®-M, Intel x86, ARC, NIOS II, Tensilica Xtensa, and RISC-V…)
  • Maintainer
    • Subsystem Evolution and Planning Discussions (aka Miniconfs)
    • Security and Vulnerability Management
    • Secure Device Provisioning and Management
    • Safety Certification and LTS Management
    • Code Quality and Coding Guidelines
    • Proposed New Technologies for Inclusion into the Project
    • Documentation
  • Other, Please Specify

Embedded IoT Summit

The Embedded IoT Summit is where system architects, firmware developers, and software developers working on resource-constrained embedded and IoT products can learn and collaborate for increased development velocity and maximum innovation.

  • Best Practices working with Resource Constraints
    • Code Footprint Minimization
    • Sensor Interaction
    • Power Usage
    • Open Hardware Support
    • Hardware/Software Tradeoffs for Acceleration Technologies 
  • Cybersecurity & Safety Considerations for Systems not Based on Linux
    • Best Practices for Handling Vulnerabilities in Open Source Projects
    • Secure Bootloaders and Trusted Update Support
    • Secure Communication to the Edge
    • Considerations for Use in Sandboxes and Non-Linux Virtualization
    • Best Practices for Determining the Scope of Edge Autonomy
  • Outside World Meets IoT RTOSes
    • NTP and Synchronization
    • Connected Sensors
    • EMF/RFI Impact
    • Real-Time Considerations
    • Communication Technologies

Automotive Linux Summit

Driving the future of embedded devices in the automotive arena.

  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • AGL Distribution and Design Considerations
  • AGL Application Design, Application Framework
  • AGL Security
  • AGL Tools
  • AGL Long-team Support and Maintenance
  • AI and Machine Learning
  • Augmented Reality, Heads-Up Display
  • Autonomous Driving and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • Connected Car Technologies
  • Delivering Live Content and Updates to Vehicles in Motion
  • Functional Safety and Open Source Software
  • In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI)
  • Legal and Compliance Issues
  • Mobility Services
  • Navigation and Mapping
  • Non-AGL Technical Projects (e.g. Smart Roads, Self-driving Vehicles)
  • Non-technical Subjects (e.g. Lifestyle, Productivity)
  • Over-the-Air (OTA) Software Updates
  • Security and Privacy
  • Telematics and Emergency Call Services
  • Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle-to-Cloud (V2C) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2X) Communications
  • W3C for Automotive

Safety-Critical Software Summit - Sponsored by ELISA

As open source is found more and more in safety-critical applications, the need to evaluate open source software that meets safety standards has increased. This event, sponsored by ELISA, gathers safety experts and open source developers to enable and advance the use of open source in safety-critical applications.

  • Open Source Software Interaction with Safety Standards
  • Best Practices to Work with Regulatory Authorities when using Open Source
  • Best Practices for Security Updates to Safety-critical Systems
  • Safety Engineering Applied to Open Source Projects
  • Quality Assessments based on Data from Development
  • Development of Technical Features with Safety Relevance
  • Safety Analysis Approaches and Methodology to Apply to Systems
  • Case Studies of Existing use of Linux in Safety-critical Domains
  • Other Ideas are Welcome

LF Energy Embedded Summit

All new for 2023, LF Energy Embedded Summit will gather embedded developers with stakeholders from the energy sector for a discussion of how IoT and other hardware can accelerate the energy transition and drive decarbonization.

  • Clean Electrification (i.e Clean Hydrogen)
  • Demand Response
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • Energy Metering and Measuring Systems
  • Energy Tracking and Attributes
  • Load Forecasting
  • Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
  • Microgrid Controllers
  • Power System Automation
  • Scheduling Energy Consumption
Apply
Opens
Dec 15 2022 12:00 AM (PST)
Deadline
Feb 12 2023 11:59 PM (PST)