The IoT Microconference is a forum for developers to discuss all things IoT. Topics include tools, telemetry, device drivers, and protocols in not only the Linux kernel but also Real-Time Operating Systems such as Zephyr.

Since last year, there have been a number of new technical topics with significant updates.

  • Opportunities in IoT and Edge computing with the Linux /dev/accel API
  • Using the Thrift RPC framework between Linux and Zephyr
  • Zephyr’s new HTTP Server (a GSoC project)
  • Rust in the Zephyr RTOS: Benefits, Challenges and Missing Pieces
  • BeagleConnect Freedom Updates, Greybus, and the Linux Interface
  • Linux-wpan updates on 6lowpan, 802.15.4 PAN coordinators and UWB

Current Problems that require attention (stakeholders):

  • IEEE 802.15.4 SubGHz improvement areas in Zephyr, Linux (Florian Grandel, Stefan Schmidt,
  • WpanUSB upstreaming in the Linux kernel, potentially dropping Zephyr support (Andrei Emeltchenko,
  • IEEE 802.15.4 Linux subsystem device association handling (Miquel Raynal, Alexander Aring, Stefan Schmidt)
  • Zephyr potentially dropping Bluetooth IPSP?

On a slightly less technical topic.

  • Reflections after Two Years of Zephyr LTSv2

We are pleased to announce that the IoT Microconference is now accepting proposals!

If you are interested in presenting an IoT-related topic involving the Linux kernel, userspace tools, firmware, Zephyr, or frameworks, please upload your submission before September 15th.

Submissions can be made via the LPC Call for Proposals, by selecting Internet of Things MC for your track.

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