ELC 2013 Presentations

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Presenters, Demo-ers, Participants: Thanks very much for your participation in Linux Foundation's Embedded Linux Conference 2013.

This page is for collecting the presentations that were made at the conference. During and after the conference we will collect materials from the presenters and place them here. Please watch this page if you are interested in a particular presentation - and if it doesn't show up, please send me and email and we'll try to track it down.


Videos for ELC2013 will be posted when they become available.


Presenters: Please post your technical conference presentations on this page. (See Instructions below the tables)

Table of Presentations

NOTE: If you add a wikilink to your presentation and attempt to upload it via the link, it may fail. If it does, use the Special:Upload page to upload your file.


Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation Transcript Status
Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation
George Grey, CEO, Linaro
Working Together to Accelerate Linux Development
Andrew Chatham, Google Google's Self-Driving Cars: The Technology, Capabilities & Challenges
Dave Stewart, Intel Code Sweat: Embed with Nightmares
SpaceX - Moore's Law to Mars Robert Rose, SpaceX


Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation Transcript Status
Day 1, 11:00am
Olof Johansson, Google Anatomy of the arm-soc git tree
Matt Ranostay, Ranostay Industries Beaglebone: The Perfect Telemetry Platform?
Frank Rowand, Sony Network Entertainment Using and Understanding the Real-Time Cyclictest Benchmark
Day 1, 12:00pm
Laurent Pinchart, Ideas on board SPRL Anatomy of an Embedded KMS Driver
Ezequiel Alfredo Garcia, VanguardiaSur Kernel Dynamic Memory Allocation Tracking and Reduction
Koen Kooi, CurcuitCo Electronics The OpenEmbedded Project 2 Years After Adopting the Yocto Project
Day 1, 2:00pm
How to Cook the LTSI Kernel with Yocto Recipe Hisao Munakata, Renesas Electronics
PinControl and GPIO Update Linus Walleij, ST-Ericsson
Understanding PREEMPT_RT (The Real-Time Patch Steven Rostedt, RedHat
Beaglebone Hands-On Tutorial Sessions 1 Sponsored by BeagleBoard.org and BeagleBoardToys.com Jayneil Dalal, Texas Instruments
Day 1, 3:00pm
Building a Custom Linux Distribution with the Yocto Project Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics
Common Clock Framework: How to Use It Gregory Clement, Free Electrons
RFC: Obtaining Management Buy-in for Mainline Development Kevin Chalmers, Texas Instruments
BeagleBone Hands-on Tutorial Session 2 Sponsored by BeagleBoard.org and BeagleBoardToys.com Jayneil Dalal, Texas Instruments
Day 1, 4:00pm
Atom for Embedded Linux Hackers and the DIY Community Scott Garman, Intel Open Source Technology Center
Controlling Multi-Core Race Conditions on Linux/Android Mike Anderson, The PTR Group, Inc.
Making Linux do Hard Real-Time Brent Roman, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
BeagleBone Hands-On Tutorial Session 3 Sponsored by BeagleBoard.org and BeagleBoardToys.com Jayneil Dalal, Texas Instruments
Day 1, 5:00pm
How to Decide the Linux Kernel Version for the Embedded Products to Keep Maintaining Long Term Tzugikazu SHibata, NEC
Optimizing GStreamer Video Plugins: A Case Study with Renesas SoC Platform Katsuya Matsubara, IGEL Co., Ltd.
Your New ARM SoC Linux Support Checklist! Thomas Petazzoni, Free Electrons
Day 2, 10:30am
Kernel Testing Tools and Techniques Matt Porter, Texas Instruments, Inc.
Debugging on a Production System Tristan Lelong, Adeneo Embedded
FIT Image Format Inspired by the Kernel Device Tree Interface Joel Fernandes, Texas Instruments, Inc.
Pre-built Binary Toolchains in the Yocto Project Denys Dmytriyenko, Texas Instruments, Inc.
Day 2, 11:30am
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Day 2, 2:00pm
Day 2, 3:00pm
Day 2, 4:15pm
Day 2, 5:15pm
Day 3, 9:00am
Day 3, 10:00am
Day 3,11:30pm
Day 3, 2:00pm
Day 3, 3:00pm


Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation

Instructions for Presenters

Please create a link in the table for your presentation, copying the style of other links. (You may need to create an account in order to edit the wiki or upload files.)

When you have created the link, click on it to upload the file containing your slides.