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Open Source Communities for Embedded Systems
    Thursday October 11, 2012 2:00pm - 6:00pm @ Room Luxembourg

    In the last 5 years, Open Source has gained more and more interest in the domain of Embedded Systems development. It now covers most of the industry domains from Telecommunications to Aeronautics, including Space, Transportation, Energy and HealthCare.
    The Open Source initiatives of the Embedded Systems domain go from Operating Systems to development tools areas including middleware platforms like Genivi. Some recent initiatives even address Open Hardware for Embedded Systems.
    Many established communities like The Linux Foundation or the Eclipse Foundation create special programs to tackle specific issues of Embedded Systems: need for long term support, development in extended enterprise context, system certification by authorities, etc.
    This track gathers the main actors of OSS for Embedded Systems ecosystem who will share their insights, their feedbacks and their plans for the future.

     

    Communautés Open Source pour les Systèmes Embarqués

    Depuis plus de 5 ans, l'Open Source suscite de plus en plus d'intérêt dans le domaine du développement de Systèmes Embarqués. L'Open Source aborde la plupart des domaines de l'industrie, des Télécommunications à l'Aéronautique, en incluant le Spatial, les Transports, l'Energie et la Santé.
    Les initiatives Open Source dans le domaine des Systmes Embarqués couvrent aussi bien les "Operating Systems" que les outils de développement, en incluant des plate-formes middleware comme Genivi. Des initiatives récentes abordent aussi les problématiques d'"Open Hardware" pour les Systèmes Embarqués.
    De nombreuses communautés existantes comme la Linux Foundation ou l'Eclipse Foundation créent des programmes spéciaux pour traiter les enjeux spécifiques des Systèmes Embarqués: besoin de support à long terme, développement en entreprise étendue, certification des systèmes par les autorités, etc.
    Cette session rassemble les acteurs principaux des écosystèmes Open Source pour les Systèmes Embarqués. Ils présenterons leur communauté, et partagerons leurs expériences ainsi que leur vision pour le futur.

     

     

    Open Architecture for Real-Time Embedded Systems - TRON Project, Ken Sakamura

     

    TRON Project, a computer architecture project for real-time embedded
    systems, has produced open source real-time OS kernels.  The latest
    open source kernel is T-Kernel. Its features, development tools, where
    and how they are used, the supported CPUs, etc. are explained. People
    are encouraged to download and play with the T-Kernel source code.

     

    Detailled Program

    14:15-15:00    Ken SAKAMURA    Open Architecture for Real-Time Embedded Systems - TRON Project
    15:00-15:45    Gaël Blondelle / Andreas Graf / Benjamin Cabé    Polarsys, Auto IWG and M2M IWG – Eclispe Industry Working Groups create vertical consortium for several industries
    15:45-16:00    Break       
    16:00-16:30    Loïc Urbain    Open Hardware : A new economic approach for critical systems business
    16:30-17:00    Björn Lundell    Open Source for long-term sustainability of systems and associated digital assets: Challenges and opportunities for the embedded systems domain
    17:00-17:30    Bruno Grasset    The Open Infotainment Platform shaping the future of Automotive IVI Systems




    Conférenciers
    Andreas Graf is the current chairperson of the Eclipse Autom…

    Benjamin is Open Source Manager at Sierra Wireless. | | He…

    Bruno Grasset works at Valeo as Infotainment Software Leader…

    OPEES project manager and Open Source Business Developper , …

    Prof. Ken Sakamura, Ph.D. |   | Dr. Ken Sakamura is a prof…

    Software Engineering Specialist , Airbus ( France) | Pierr…


    Head of engineering and research units for 10 years, involve…


    Type Business
    Universe Think

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