Online / 6 & 7 February 2021

schedule

Embedded, Mobile and Automotive devroom


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Saturday From Reset Vector to Kernel
Navigating the ARM Matryoshka
Embedded Linux "from scratch" in 45 minutes... on Risc-V Overview of the Open Source Vulkan Driver for Raspberry Pi 4 The Road to the Mainline ZynqMP VCU Driver TerosHDL, an open HDL IDE
The goal of TerosHDL is make the VHDL/SV/Verilog development easier and reliable. It is a powerful open source IDE based on VSCode
MutantC PDA introduction
open source and hardware PDA shell
Open Harmony - more than an OS
Sunday Networking Performances in the Linux Kernel, Getting the most out of the Hardware Embedded Linux License Compliance for Hackers & Makers Safety and open source, oh my? Adding Open Hardware to Open Software for a More Equitable IoT
How I Became an Indie Manufacturer and How You Can Too
Networked Audio in Android Automotive Designing an open communication framework for the connected car Feedback Wanted: What features and design choices are needed for an Industrial IoT SBC?

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2020q4/003137.html.

Embedded software is transforming the world, and FOSS embedded software is leading the way. From automotive to the Internet of Things, launching rockets, messing with your phone or automating your toaster, small devices, embedded systems, and automatons are everywhere. Come to the devroom to learn more!

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  From Reset Vector to Kernel
Navigating the ARM Matryoshka
Ahmad Fatoum 13:00 14:00
  Embedded Linux "from scratch" in 45 minutes... on Risc-V Michael Opdenacker 14:00 15:00
  Overview of the Open Source Vulkan Driver for Raspberry Pi 4 Alejandro PiƱeiro 15:00 16:00
  The Road to the Mainline ZynqMP VCU Driver Michael Tretter 16:00 17:00
  TerosHDL, an open HDL IDE
The goal of TerosHDL is make the VHDL/SV/Verilog development easier and reliable. It is a powerful open source IDE based on VSCode
Carlos Alberto 17:00 17:15
  MutantC PDA introduction
open source and hardware PDA shell
Cyril Hrubis 17:15 17:30
  Open Harmony - more than an OS Stefan Schmidt 17:30 18:00

Sunday

  Networking Performances in the Linux Kernel, Getting the most out of the Hardware Maxime Chevallier 13:00 14:00
  Embedded Linux License Compliance for Hackers & Makers Paul Barker 14:00 14:30
  Safety and open source, oh my? Simon Hoinkis, Christian Eltzschig 14:30 15:00
  Adding Open Hardware to Open Software for a More Equitable IoT
How I Became an Indie Manufacturer and How You Can Too
Adrian McEwen 15:00 15:30
  Networked Audio in Android Automotive Suhasini Raghuram 15:30 16:00
  Designing an open communication framework for the connected car Kevin Valdek, Ulf Bjorkengren 16:00 16:30
  Feedback Wanted: What features and design choices are needed for an Industrial IoT SBC? David Tischler 16:30 17:30