With the growing interest in home automation, Linux-based smart sensor devices capable of talking to your mobile phones and tablets become hot topic. But with the obvious power constraints and cost-cutting pressure, deploying Linux on such devices turns out to be quite a challenge. This talk will present a success story of creating a Linux-running MCU-based DRAM-less home automation device, including criteria definition, comparison and selection of a suitable MCU, challenges met during development and debugging, and if time permits, a short demo.
Senior Developer, Softprise Consulting OU
Vitaly Wool, Senior Developer at Softprise Consulting OU, graduated M.Sc. in Computer Science from St. Petersburg State Univ. in 2002, worked for starters with real-time OSes as VxWorks and RTEMS and mostly for PowerPC platforms. Vitaly moved to Moscow in 2003 where he started to work on embedded Linux projects for different platforms and architectures and for a variety of companies including MontaVista and Mentor Graphics.. Now he works as a... Read More →
Wednesday April 30, 2014 10:30am - 11:20am
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