ELC 2014 Presentations

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Table of Presentations

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Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation Transcript Status
Tim Bird, Sony Mobile The Paradox of OpenSource and Embedded
To Be Announced To Be Announced
Karim Yaghmour, CEO-Opersys
David Anders, Senior Embedded Systems Engineer at CircuitCo
Tim Bird, Senior Software Engineer at Sony Mobile
Matt Porter, Technical Lead at Linaro
Benjamin Zores, Software Architect at Alcatel-Lucent
Panel: IoT and the Role of Embedded Linux and Android - David Anders, CircuitCo; Tim Bird, Sony Mobile; Matt Porter, Linaro; Benjamin Zores, Alcatel-Lucent; Karim Yaghmour, OperSys (Moderator)


Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status
Day 1, 10:30am
A Deep Dive Into DEX File Format Rodrigo Chiossi, Intel Open SOurce Technology Center
ROM Cooking and Good Practices Jeremy Vagnet, Genymobile
LTSI Project Update for 3.10 Kernel and Future Plans Hisao Munakata, Renesas
microYocto and the 'Internet of Tiny' Tom Zanussi, Intel Open Source Technology Center
USB and the Real World Alan Ott, Signal 11 Software
Day 1, 11:30am
Update on Boot Time Reduction Techniques with Figures Michael Opdenacker, Free Electrons
Finding Performance and Power Issues on Android Systems Eric Moore, Intel Corporation
Running Code in the Android Stack Karim Yaghmour, Opersys
Mastering the DMA and IOMMU APIs Laurent Pinchart, Renesas Linux Kernel Team
Qt5 and Yocto - Adding SDK and Easy App Migration for Qt4 Dmytriyenko, Texas Instruments
Day 1, 2:00pm
Day 1, 3:00pm
Day 1, 4:20pm
Day 1, 5:20pm
Day 2, 10:30am
Day 2, 11:30am
Day 2, 2:pm
Day 2, 3:00pm
Day 2, 4:20pm
Day 2, 5:20pm
Day 3, 9:00am
Day 3, 10:00am
Day 3,11:25am
Day 3, 2:00pm
Day 3, 3:00pm
Day 3, 3:50pm

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