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Speak at Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit 2017 in Portland

By 2016-11-148月 22nd, 2017Blog

The Linux Foundation is seeking developers and systems architects interested in sharing their knowledge, expertise and ideas at the 2017 Embedded Linux Conference and Open Internet of Things (IoT) Summit North America.

The co-located conferences, to be held Feb. 21-23 in Portland, Oregon, bring together embedded and application developers, product vendors, kernel and systems developers as well systems architects and firmware developers to learn, share and advance the technical work required for embedded Linux and IoT.

Now in its 12th year, Embedded Linux Conference is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. While OpenIoT Summit is the first and only IoT event focused on the development of IoT solutions.

The deadline to submit proposals is Dec.10, 2016.  Submit a proposal today!

Submit an ELC Proposal  

Submit an OpenIoT Summit Proposal

You can see potential speaker topics for ELC, below, and watch speakers in 155+ recorded sessions from ELC 2016

  • Audio, Video, Streaming Media and Graphics

  • Security

  • System Size, Boot Speed

  • Real-Time Linux – Performance, Tuning and Mainlining

  • SDKs for Embedded Products

  • Flash Memory Devices and Filesystems

  • Build Systems, Embedded Distributions and Development Tools

  • Linux in Devices such as Mobile Phones, DVRs, TV, Cameras, etc.

  • Practical Experiences and War Stories

  • And more.

View the full list of suggested Embedded Linux Conference topics here >>

Potential speaker topics for OpenIot Summit include:

  • Frameworks and OSes

  • Low-Power Communication

  • Connected Car

  • Drones

  • Smart Home

  • Device and Firmware Management

  • Provisioning (Device, Service, User)

  • Cloud Integration / Connectivity

  • App Development and UX

  • Security

  • Scaling

  • And More

View the full list of suggested OpenIoT Summit topics here >>

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