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Revision as of 04:28, 28 November 2019

Intro

Presentations from ELC 2015 (LF conference archive).

The Linux Foundation has a video playlist on YouTube.

The "YouTube" links in the table below are directly to the respective video.

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.

Presenters

Day 1 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 1, 9:00am
Driving standards and Open Source to Grow the Internet of Things Mark Skarpness, Director of Systems Engineering at Intel PDF
Day 1, 9:30am
Project Ara Paul Eremenko, Head of Project Ara, ATAP at Google & Marti Bolivar, Project Ara Software Lead, Google PDF YouTube
Day 1, 10:30am
Android OTA Updates Andrew Boie, Intel PDF
Generalizing Android for Low-Cost 64-Bit ARM-Based Community Boards Khasim Syed Mohammed, Linaro PDF
An Overview of the Kernel DMAEngine Subsystem Maxime Ripard, Free Electrons PDF
Tuning systemd for Embedded Alison Chaiken, Mentor Graphics PDF
The Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) Security Model and Vision Ned Smith, Intel PDF
Day 1, 11:30am
Build and Distributing SDK Add-Ons Dave Smith, NewCircle PDF
Fuzzing the Media Framework in Android Alexandru Blanda, Intel PDF
Autonomous Navigation for an OMAP4 Nano-Drone Grégoire Gentil, Always Innovating PDF
Buildroot: Embedded Linux for Small Devices and Makefile Enthusiasts Stephanie Lockwood-Childs, VCT Labs SVG
LTSI: Latest Status and Kernel Testing Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC PDF
Virtualization for Small Devices Jesse Zbikowski and Stephan Okay, Cratus technologies PDF
Day 1, 2:00pm
Solving Global Illiteracy With Android and XPRIZE Jono Bacon, XPRIZE PDF
Anatomy of a Screenshot Rodrigo Chiossi, Intel PDF
Using Intel Edison to Fuse Embedded Linux With Existing Drone Flight Controllers Mark F. Brown, Intel & Joel Rosenzweig, Intel PDF
Bluetooth 4.2 - New Features for Linux and IoT Marcel Holtmann, Intel PDF
The Device Tree as a Stable ABI: A Fairy Tale? Thomas Petazzoni, Free Electrons PDF
IoTivity and Embedded Linux Support Kishen Maloor, Intel PDF
Day 1, 3:00pm
Android’s New Stream-Based Camera Architecture Balwinder Kaur, ON Semiconductor PDF
Chaining HALs Hunyue Yau, HY Research PDF
Performance Analysis Using the perf Suite Mans Rullgard PDF
Optimize uClinux for ARM Cortex-M4 Jim Huang, South Star Xelerator & Jeff Liaw, National Cheng Kung University PDF
10 Years of Open Source Robotics Laurent Pinchart, Ideas on Board PDF
The OpenDOF Project - An Open Distributed Object Framework For The IoT Bryant Eastham, Panasonic PDF
Day 1, 4:20pm
Implementation of the Global Task Scheduler in big.LITTLE Android Platforms Michael E. Anderson, The PTR Group PDF
Utilizing the Android Open Source Project to Support Controllers for Single-Use Devices. (X-Ray Guns! Pew Pew!) Ben Friedberg, SDG Systems PDF
Flying Penguins: Embedded Linux Applications for Autonomous UAVs Clay McClure PDF
Introduction to IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) Using Embedded Linux Systems Insop Song, Gainspeed PDF
Poky meets Debian: Understanding How to Make an Embedded Linux by Using an Existing Distribution's Source Code Yoshitake Kobayashi, Toshiba PDF
Ready-Made Recipes to Add Security and Data Dominig ar Foll, Intel PDF
Day 1, 5:20pm
Memory Management Internals Karim Yaghmour, Opersys PDF
Android Multilib Build Cheat Sheet Amit Pundir, Linaro PDF
Teaching More Fish to Fly John Hawley, Intel PDF
Automated Flashing and Testing for Continuous Integration Igor Stoppa, Intel PDF
Tizen: System-Wide Memory Defragmenter Without Killing Any Application Pintu Kumar, Samsung PDF
Getting Started with AllJoyn Ivan R. Judson, Microsoft PDF

Day 2 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 2, 9:00am
Android Verified Boot Andrew Boie, Intel PDF
Heterogeneous Multi-Core Architecture Support for Dronecode Mark Charlebois, Qualcomm Innovation Center (QuIC) PDF
Understanding Embedded Linux Benchmarking Using Kernel Trace Analysis Alexis Martin, Inria PDF
A Scalable, Cloud-based Device Reprogramming Architecture James Simister, Panasonic PDF
Customizing AOSP for my Device Rafael Coutinho, Phi Innovations PDF
Building Multi-Processor FPGA Subsystems – Allowing Linux to Supervise Embedded Real-Time Processing Systems Chris Martin, Altera PDF
Day 2, 10:00am
Implementing Controls with Bluetooth SMART in Android Michael E. Anderson, The PTR Group PDF
Open Source Drones on Linux Lorenz Meier MLC/TLC PDF YouTube
NAND Support: (New?) Challenges for the MTD/NAND Subsystem Boris Brezillon, Free Electrons PDF YouTube
Building IoT systems with openHAB Matt Porter, Konsulko PDF YouTube
Day 2, 11:20am
Room For Cooperation: Bionic and musl Bernhard Rosenkränzer, Linaro PDF YouTube
Aster: A Remote GUI Control Tool for the Android Platform Yongqin Liu, Linaro PDF YouTube
Application of Data Fusion to Aerial Robotics Paul Riseborough, 3DRobotics PDF YouTube
Embedded Distributed Systems: A Case of Study Victor Rodriguez, Intel PDF YouTube
Transitioning From uclibc to musl for Embedded Development Rich Felker, Openwall PDF YouTube
Security Architecture in the IOT Age Stephen Arnold, VCT Labs PDF YouTube
Day 2, 1:40pm
Dronecode Project and Autopilot With Linux Andrew Tridgell, Technical Steering Committee Chair of Dronecode Project http://uav.tridgell.net/ELC_2015/
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Day 2, 2:10pm
IoT Panel Dominig Ar Foll, Intel (Tizen); Greg Burns, AllSeen Alliance; Bryant Eastham, Panasonic; Guy Martin, Samsung; Tim Bird, Sony Mobile (Moderator) YouTube
Day 2, 3:25pm
Platform-Level UI Customization Karim Yaghmour, Opersys PDF YouTube
Upstreaming, Downstreaming, 'Sidestreaming': How Can Android-Based Projects Work Together? Bernhard Rosenkränzer, Linaro PDF YouTube
The Syria Airlift Project: Open-Sourcing Humanitarian Airlift Mark Jacobsen, U.S. Air Force PDF YouTube
Last One Out, Turn Off The Lights Geert Uytterhoeven, Glider bvba PDF YouTube
Generic PHY Framework Kishon Vijay Abraham, Texas Instruments PDF YouTube
Linux for Microcontrollers: From Marginal to Mainstream Vitaly Wool, Softprise Consulting OU PDF YouTube
Day 2, 4:25pm
Android Customization: From the Kernel to the Apps Cédric Cabessa, Genymobile PDF YouTube
Embedded Linux moves into High School Robotics Michael E. Anderson, The PTR Group PDF YouTube
Freedreno Status Report: Upstream and FOSS Graphics on ARM/SoC Devices Rob Clark, Red Hat HTML YouTube
Creating Open Hardware Tools David Anders, Intel PDF YouTube
Sigrok: Adventures in Integrating a Power-Measurement Device Bartosz Golaszewski, BayLibre PDF
Building a General Purpose Android Workstation Ron Munitz PDF YouTube
Day 2, 5:25pm
Creating Platform Development Tools François-Denis Gonthier, Opersys PDF YouTube
DroneAPI: A Tutorial on Drone Control Kevin Hester, 3DRobotics PDF YouTube
Regulators: Learning To Play With Others Mark Brown, Linaro PDF YouTube
Open Lighting Architecture: Blinky Lights! Matt Ranostay, Intel PDF YouTube
Real Time Linux Scheduling Performance Comparison Vince Bridgers, Altera PDF YouTube
Day 2, 6:40pm
BoFs: Applying Linux to the Social Infrastructure Systems Noriaki Fukuyasu, Linux Foundation PDF
BoFs: Cryptography and Randomness Jesse Zbikowski PDF
BoFs: Dronecode Project Andrew Tridgell & Lorenz Meier PDF
BoFs: Kernel Wish List John Stultz PDF
BoFs: MinnowBoard - John Hawley, Intel BoFs: Yocto Project / OpenEmbedded Jeff Osier-Mixon No slides
BoFs: Kernel Testing for Upstream with kernelci.org Kevin Hilman, Linaro PDF

Day 3 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 3, 9:00am
Android Based Penetration Testing Framework Ron Munitz PDF
Filesystem Considerations for Embedded Devices Tristan Lelong, Adeneo PDF YouTube
Embedded Digital TV Kernel Pipelines via Media Controller API Mauro Carvalho Chehab, PDF YouTube
Introduction to Kernel Power Management Kevin Hilman, Linaro SVG YouTube
Transactional Device Tree & Overlays: Making Reconfigurable Hardware Work Pantelis Antoniou, Konsulko Group PDF YouTube
Embedded Android Workshop Karim Yaghmour, Opersys PDF YouTube
Day 3, 10:00am
Maintaining Multiple Android Linux Kernels at Intel Mark Gross, Intel PDF YouTube
Creating Eco-System for R-Car LCB Hisao Munakata, Renesas PDF YouTube
Maintaining a Large Kernel Subsystem Arnd Bergmann PDF YouTube
Status Report for IEEE 802.15.4 and 6LoWPAN in Linux Stefan Schmidt, Samsung PDF YouTube
What's New with Toybox Rob Landley TXT YouTube
Day 3, 11:20am
Android and Modern Toolchains: gcc 5.0, clang 3.6 and binutils 2.25 Bernhard Rosenkränzer, Linaro PDF
Embedded Android Workshop (Cont.) Karim Yaghmour, Opersys PDF YouTube
Linux in the Connected Car Platform Daniel Jackson, Dialexa PDF YouTube
Getting Started with Embedded Linux: Using the Yocto Project to Build your Own Custom Embedded Linux Distribution Rudolf (Rudi) Streif PDF YouTube
Linux Kernel Selftest Framework - Quality Control for New Releases Shuah Khan, Samsung PDF YouTube
Overcoming Obstacles to Contributing to Linux Tim Bird, Sony Mobile PDF YouTube
Day 3, 1:40pm
Doing big.LITTLE right: little and Big Obstacles Vitaly Wool & Vlad Rezki, Softprise Consulting OU PDF YouTube
Getting Started with Embedded Linux: Using the Yocto Project to Build your Own Custom Embedded Linux Distribution (Cont.) Rudolf (Rudi) Streif PDF
Improving the Embedded Linux Development Workflow Paul Eggleton, Intel PDF YouTube
Testing Video4Linux Applications and Drivers Hans Verkuil PDF YouTube
Embedded Android Workshop (Cont.) Karim Yaghmour, Opersys PDF] YouTube
Shrinking C Code Rob Landley Rob said to point people here for content: TXT YouTube
Day 3, 2:40pm
Fixing the y2038 Bug Arnd Bergmann, Linaro PDF
Enhancing Real-Time Capabilities with the PRU Rob Birkett, Texas Instruments PDF YouTube
Fastboot Tools and Techniques John Mehaffey, Mentor Graphics PDF YouTube
The Ephemeral Smoking Gun: Using ftrace and kgdb to Resolve a pthread 'deadlock' Brad Mouring, National Instruments PDF YouTube
Day 3, 4:00pm
Embedding Openness in the Connected Car Matt Jones, Senior Infotainment Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover PDF YouTube
Day 3, 4:30pm
Community Involvement: Looking Forward and Looking Back Deepak Saxena, Noted Linux Kernel Developer PDF

Technical Showcase Posters

Poster Title Presenter Poster
96Boards HiKey Linaro PDF
Embedded Linux build system - Buildroot Thomas Petazzoni PDF
FIRST Robotics Competition FRC Team 2643 - Dark Matter PDF
FIRST Robotics Linux-based Controller Mike Anderson / The PTR Group, Inc. PDF
Fluent Bit: Data Collector for Embedded Linux Eduardo Silva, Treasure Data PDF
Freedreno - Open Source ARM Graphics Rob Clark PDF
OpenDOF Project "One Page" IoT Bryant Eastham, Panasonic PDF
Power measurement with sigrok & ACME Bartosz Golaszewski, Patrick Titiano / BayLibre, Ingenios PDF
Scalable, Cloud-Based Device Reprogramming James Simister - Panasonic PDF
Sony Mobile phone debug board Werner Johansson PDF
The Syria Airlift Project Open-Sourcing Humanitarian Airlift Mark Jacobsen, Jessie Mooberry PDF
Toaster - A web interface to the Yocto Project Paul Eggleton, David Reyna, Jeffrey Osier-Mixon - Yocto Project PDF
USRP E310 - Embedded Software Defined Radio Philip Balister, Moritz Fischer, Jonathon Pendlum PDF
VR Spark - Drone Code Edition Roberto Navoni PDF