Tomorrow, Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2019 starts in Lyon, france, and as every year, Pengutronix crew uses this opportunity to present our recent open source activities and to meet other Linux and OSS developers. Here's the list of our talks during the next days:
Embedded Linux Conference Europe Talks
- Introduction to the J1939 Kernel Stack: Marc Kleine-Budde and Oleksij Rempel talk about our recent activities to make Linux handle CAN communication on tractors and other heavy duty vehicles (Tue, Oct 29 2019, 12:20, Forum 1)
- Behind the scenes of an update framework: RAUC: Enrico Jörns will discuss the main design decisions in RAUC and the latest activities to robustly update Linux systems in the field (Tue, Oct 29 2019, 15:15, Forum 3)
- Authenticated and encrypted storage on embedded linux: Linux provides many building blocks for authenticating and/or encrypting data and code on storage devices. In his talk, Jan Lübbe discusses the different variants for embedded usecases (Wed, Oct 30 2019, 16:15, Forum 1)
- Technical Showcase: On Tuesday evening, there is the Technical Showcase and we demonstrate the latest activities of RAUC (robust field upgrade) and Etnaviv (open source 3D graphics on i.MX8M).
Automated Testing Summit Talks
- Labgrid: Real World Examples: Rouven Czervinski and Jan Lübbe demonstrate how we control embedded boards in our automated testlab at Pengutronix (Thu, Oct 31 2019, 11:00, Rhone 3AB)
- New Ways out of the struggle of testing embedded devices: Chris Fiege will discuss the hardware control side of our testlab at Pengutronix and talks about our experiences (Thu, Oct 31 2019, 11:50, Rhone 3AB)
In a few hours, the 18th FrOSCon will begin at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences. Pengutronix will be there again with a small team. At one of the partner booths we will show some of our activities in the open source community. We will bring our labgrid demonstrator and the FPGA demo.
Django is Pengutronix' framework of choice for internal applications that handle our business processes. These internal tools are also a great opportunity to try out current developments in the Django universe.
After the Corona break, the Chemnitzer Linux-Tage will actully take place in real life again, and the Pengutronix team will have eight (!) talks there.