Linux-based IoT: from prototype to production

May 15, 2018 · San Jose, United States of America

We will discuss some of the considerations engineers should consider when designing a Linux-based connected device. These devices are increasingly common in the Internet of Things. We will discuss hardware, software, security, and how to bring it all together. We will present a demo solution using a Raspberry Pi device and provide a build environment and instructions for attendees to use on their own hardware.

Speaker:

Drew Moseley is currently part of the Mender.io open source project to deploy OTA software updates to embedded Linux devices. He has worked on embedded projects such as RAID storage controllers, Direct and Network attached storage devices and graphical pagers.

He has spent the last 7 years working in Operating System Professional Services helping customers develop production embedded Linux systems. He has spent his career in embedded software and developer tools and has focused on Embedded Linux and Yocto for about 10 years. He is currently a Customer Engineer at Northern.tech (the company behind the OSS project Mender.io), helping customers develop safer, more secure connected devices.

Drew has spoken at various conferences, including Embedded Linux Conference, Embedded Systems Conference, All Systems Go, and various other technology conferences.

He worked previously as a Technical Project Manager and Professional Services Engineer for Mentor Graphics. Previous to that, he has worked with Red Hat, Intel, and Monta Vista Software. He was raised in Tampa, Florida and attended the University of Florida.

Event organizers

Are you organizing Linux-based IoT: from prototype to production?

Claim the event and start manage its content.

I am the organizer
Social
Rating

based on 0 reviews