IoT Presentations

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Industrial IoT (IIoT)

Advantages of Embedded Linux in Industrial Automation and IIoT [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Benson Hougland, Opto 22
Summary: This presentation will review the challenges companies face
and demonstrate a path forward using recent advances in Embedded
Linux, industrialized ARM-based processors, open protocols like
MQTT and standard programming methods.

Moving from IoT to IIoT with Maker Boards, Linux, and Open-source Software Tools [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Matt newton, Opto 22
Summary: In this session, developers will learn how to use the open-source
tools, maker boards and technology they're already familiar with to
develop applications that have the potential to deliver a massive
positive impact on society.

Journey to an Intelligent Industrial IOT Network [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Giuseppe (Pino) de Candia, Midokura
Summary: The presenter takes example from real IIoT use cases and
discusses variety of operations and maintenance tool to support
proactive policy-based flow analysis for edge computing or fog
nodes enabling IT and OT end to end visibility from a network perspective.

Road Towards Industrial IoTivity [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Caio Oliveira, Intel
Summary: This presentation will describe the technologies and
specifications that are necessary to fulfill those requirements,
the status of the work in progress towards bringing open source
solutions, including IoTivity, to this new segment.


IoT Data Processing

IoT and Stream Processing [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Eduardo Silva, Arm / Treasure Data
Summary: This presentation talks about an extended approach called
'Stream Processing on the Edge', where data is processed
on the edge service or device, in a lightweight mode, empowering
features like anomaly detection (in the order of milliseconds)
and ML in a distributed way for Embedded Linux environments.

Intelligent Internet of Things: Start Analyzing Your Global Device Data for Real-Time [ELC 2018]

Presenter: Antony Passemard, Product Management Lead - Cloud IoT, Google
Summary: This session talks about how Google Cloud IoT platform
accelerates digital transformation by helping you manage
your globally dispersed devices and enabling you to uncover
actionable insights real time using new operational data sources.

Connecting the Dots on All Things Great and Small [ELC 2018]

Presenter: Philip DesAutels, Sr. Director of IoT, The Linux Foundation
Summary: This presentation will take you through the Linux Foundation's
open IoT strategy to help you understand how it all fits together
in IoT world.

Attribute Based Access Control Framework for IoT [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Jayson DeLancey, GE Digital
Summary: This presentation talks about Access Control Service (ACS)
is an open-source authorization framework that provides app-specific
policies built using attributes that can be assigned to users, groups,
roles as well as other resources, relationships, and things within a system.


Connectivity in IoT

Creating Bluetooth-based IoT Solutions with Zephyr [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Johan Hedberg, Open Source Technology Center, Intel
Summary: This presentation talks about Access Control Service (ACS)
is an open-source authorization framework that provides app-specific
policies built using attributes that can be assigned to users, groups,
roles as well as other resources, relationships, and things within a system.

Building Multi-protocol IoT Nodes with Thread, BLE and ZigBee [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Alan Lazar, NXP
Summary: This presentation shows developers how to build IoT systems
with less compromise leveraging multiple protocols and opening
a path to better convergence for the wireless IoT.

OTA updates in IoT

Evolution of (OTA) Update in the IoT World [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Stefano Babic, DENX
Summary: With increasing number of IoT devices on the public network,
this presentation talks about the new requirements coming from
the industry for an updater (SWupdate -- used for OTA) and
future course of action for this feature.

FullMetalUpdate - A Fully Integrated Solution to Update Your IoT Devices [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Cedric Vincent, Witekio
Summary: This session will introduce FullMetalUpdate, a fully integrated
open source solution that addresses these problems by using Yocto
to generate containers and OSTree to deploy both the OS and the
containers.

Open Software Updates for IoT [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Phil Wise, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Summary: This talk will demonstrate how to use the 'meta-sota'
Yocto layer to take a stock Poky image and make it
remotely updatable.

Hypervisors for IoT

ACRN: A Big Little Hypervisor for IoT Development [ELC 2018]

Presenter: Eddie Dong, Intel
Summary: With increasing number of IoT devices on the public network,
this presentation talks about the new requirements coming from
the industry for an updater (SWupdate -- used for OTA) and
future course of action for this feature.

Security in IoT

Can You Create a Secure IoT Platform Using a Common Linux Distro? [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Peter Robinson, Red Hat
Summary: The presentation outlines vision and direction for a secure,
modular Linux IoT platform based on Open Source tech. It also
talks about current status and the future roadmap to achieve
secure IoT networks on multiple platforms/architectures.

Others

Scripting Languages in IoT: Challenges and Approaches [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Paul Sokolovsky, Linaro
Summary: This presentation surveys the challenges of using Very High
Level Languages (VHLL) on hundreds KB of ROM/tens KB of RAM devices
and compares different approaches of bringing VHLLs to IoT, based on
the examples of MicroPython and JerryScript + Zephyr.js projects.

IoT Lockdown - Battling Bot Net Builders [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Adam Emglander, iovation
Summary: This session talks about some very basic steps an IoT developer
can take to ensure the devices are not suspect to takeover from
a malicious intruder and help battle bot net builders.

How Developers Can Prepare for IoT Standards [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Jeff Maynard, Cloud Technology Partners
Summary: Despite the widespread adoption of IoT devices, there are no central
IoT standards. The presenter speaks about the evolution of IoT, the
increasing push for standards and the benefits these standards can provide.

IoTivity-Constrained: IoT for Tiny Devices [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Kishen Maloor, Intel Corporation
Summary: This talk will present IoTivity-Constrained’s architecture,
features, APIs and its current integration with a few popular RTOS.
It will end with a discussion of IoTivity-Constrained’s adaptation
for the Zephyr RTOS.

RIOT:The Friendly Operating System for the IoT (If Linux Won't Work, Try RIOT) [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Thomas Eichinger, Koolzone Tracking Systems
Summary: This presentation will start with RIOT's perspective on the IoT,
focusing on CPU and memory-constrained hardware communicating with
low-power radios. Session also covers RIOT's overall architecture
and its modular building blocks, reasons for selected design decisions
concerning RIOT's kernel, hardware abstraction and network stack.

Are Device Response Times a Neglected Risk of IoT? [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Balwinder Kaur, AppDynamics
Summary: This talk provides a holistic view of how to deploy a scalable
performance monitoring solution for IoT. It provides a deep dive
into the kind of visibility that is needed from device to cloud to
reduce the Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR) and keep systems up 24x7.

How IoT Will Destroy Us All [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Bryan Lunduke, Network World/SUSE
Summary: The talk covers some of the challenges and perils that IoT
brings the Internet.

SPanning the IoT Developer Chasm [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Kris Borchers, JS Foundation
Summary: In this presentation, the presenter will cover some
of the advancements and opportunities presenting
themselves in the IoT space through JavaScript.

Comparing Messaging Techniques for the IoT [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Michael E Anderson, The PTR Group, Inc.
Summary: The session discusses various messaging techniques typically
found in the IoT and where you might choose one over the other.
Techniques including MQTT, DDS, XMPP, CoAP, REST and more will be
described and discussed with respect to their operating modes and
how well they are suited for use in the edge device and the border gateways.