From hardware to software, Linux and Zephyr, the Embedded Open Source Summit practiced inclusivity for all embedded engineers. The Embedded Open Source Summit (EOSS) is a recently created umbrella event to showcase open-source embedded projects, and give developer communities an opportunity to come together under one roof for collaboration, discussions, and education.
You can watch all the recorded sessions on YouTube.
The event offers six micro conferences, including the Embedded Linux Conference, the Zephyr Developer Summit, the Automotive Linux Summit Europe, the Embedded IoT Summit, Safety-Critical Software Summit, and LF Energy Embedded Summit. On tap at these conferences are presentations, training, workshops, and sessions created for real-time problemsolving and discussion.
The Embedded IoT Summit is where system architects, firmware and software developers, and others working on resource-constrained embedded and IoT products can learn and collaborate. The Safety-Critical Software Summit, sponsored by ELISA, gathers safety experts and developers to enable and advance the use of open source in safety-critical applications. Finally, the LF Energy Embedded Summit joins embedded developers with stakeholders from the energy sector on how technology can accelerate the energy transition and drive decarbonization.