Shanghai, China
June 24–26, 2019
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OSS - IoT [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 25


Let's Play Mini-card-sized Computer Boards on the Business! - Masafumi Ohta, Japanese Raspberry Pi Users Group
There are ton of small, mini, card-sized computer boards has been released since Raspberry Pi was born to the production.Lately it is getting increased to apply them to Enterprise business replacing 'old expensive embedded boards' But are they really robust and bearable in production use?
In this session, Masafumi will talk deep-dive topics for business use:
1.Model concepts: why are they cheap?
2.Disk media: are they bearable for the business? (ex.SD)
3.Robustness: it is really robust ( circuits and etc..)?
4.kernel: is it really fit on the boards?
5.Operating System: is it easy to handle?
6.other tips: USB, SoC thermo, Auto-deploy, Edge-AI and etc..
And Masafumi discuss a couple of use cases at Enterprise companies to look into deeply and learn some practices.
1.opportunities to use the boards
2.how to use the boards
3.how to manage the boards ( especially to overcome drawbacks )

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Masafumi Ohta

Founder and Representative, Japanese Raspberry Pi Users Group
Masafumi is leading Raspberry Pi community in Japan and volunteering Raspberry Pi Foundation from farthest east country, Japan,.He has helping their business and encourage Raspberry Pi related projects with Raspberry Pi Foundation. Masafumi has elected ARM INNOVATOR by ARM+Hackster.io... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 13:35 - 14:10


Integration of Edge and Cloud IoT Platforms - Drasko Draskovic & Janko Isidorovic, Mainflux
As network processing functions move towards the edge, it becomes important that IoT middleware enables connectivity, device management and data filtering in the form of IoT platform running most often on the IoT gateway HW. However, these gateways must be controlled and managed from a cloud application, and they themselves become "things" in the larger IoT-schema. Moreover, cloud IoT platform should also aggregate and store data from thes gateways and devices connected to them, but also the data of other devices - sensors and actuators that directly connect to cloud, without a need for an intermediary gateway.

Using an example of LF EdgeX Foundry project for IoT gateways and Mainflux project as a cloud IoT platform for gateway management, we will present a typical architecture of an end-to-end open-source source solution for IoT edge-fog-cloud continuum.

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CEO, Mainflux
Drasko is an IoT expert with over 15 years of professional experience. He hacked embedded Linux SW and HW device drivers, designing complex wireless systems in telecom industry: he was working on OMAP platform in Texas Instruments, designed 4G multi-protocol femto-cells in Alcatel-Lucent... Read More →
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Janko Isidorovic

COO, Mainflux
Janko Isidorovic is the Chair of the EdgeX Applications Working Group and Co-Founder of Mainflux.Janko gained comprehensive work experience in NELT, South Europe’s biggest logistic and distribution company (P&G, Kraft Foods, Wrigley and SSL) as ERP Specialist, IT Specialist for... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 14:20 - 14:55


IoT Application Running on KubeEdge + ARM Platform - Xuan Jia, Edge Computing Architect & Bin Lu, ARM
We think k8s will have broad potential sitting between IoT edge devices/gateways, edge nodes and cloud platforms. So, we focus on this domain. Our initial goal is to evolve k8s for IoT edge applications:
1, Supporting industrial IoT use cases scaling to millions of edge devices
2, Via Edge nodes, bringing computing closer to data sources. Anticipated benefits include reduce latency, high performance and improved reliability.
In this presentation, we will introduce and show our cloud-native broadband router CNF based on k8s edge computing platform.
Major features including:
1, Hardware: we will demo a personal and portable edge cloud. This cluster consists of 4~5 Arm boards.
2, Container orchestration: Kubeedge + K8s
3, Deployment: helm
4, Container: minimal size container build
5, CNF: distributed gateway
6, other features: cpu manager/device plugin/...


Xuan Jia

Edge Computing Architect, China Mobile
Jia Xuan , edge computing platform architect in China Mobile, project manager, graduated from Tsinghua University, CNCF Ambassador. He has about 9 years experiences in Cloud Computing. He worked in Red Hat and H3C before.
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Bin Lu

staff software engineer, ARM
Currently, Bin Lu is working for Arm. His previous employer is IBM. In Arm & IBM, Bin Lu is focus on the area of container platform. His job includes the following: system architecture design, development and optimization for open-source community. Also, he has a deep background in... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 15:05 - 15:40


Bluetooth Mesh and Zephyr - Kai Ren, Bluetooth SIG
Bluetooth mesh was introduced in July 2017, it expands Bluetooth network topology from point-to-point, point-to-multipoint network to multipoint-to-multipoint network which allows secure networks of thousands of Bluetooth devices to be created. Bluetooth mesh is over Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE), so it inherits Bluetooth LE's low power, flexibility and other features.

Zephyr Project is a Linux Foundation Project, it's open source and started to support Bluetooth mesh from v1.9.0 in September 2017, it still makes continuous improvement release by release.

This session will present and explain the fundamental technical concepts of Bluetooth mesh, for example, provisioning, model, security keys, publish/subscribe, address and will introduce the key points of Bluetooth mesh implementation on Zephyr project.

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Kai Ren

Senior Developer Relations Manager, APAC, Bluetooth SIG
I'm Kai Ren (任凯), Senior Developer Relations Manager of Bluetooth SIG in APAC region from April 2015. Bluetooth SIG is a technical standards organization behind Bluetooth technology. I have more than 10 years experience in the design and development of wireless sensor networks... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 16:00 - 16:35


Build IoT Applications on a Serverless Platform Apache OpenWhisk - Ying Chun Guo, IBM
Many Serverless platforms use an event driven programming model. The event driven programming model makes Serverless ideal for IoT applications. Events can be found everywhere in IoT applications. IoT applications, built and run on top of serverless platform, can take big advantages of serverless.

Apache OpenWhisk is an open source event driven Serverless platform in Apache Foundation. This session will introduce the benefits of serverless, general scenarios to adopt Serverless in an IoT application, how to define customized events, how to build an IoT application on Apache OpenWhisk, and then show a live demo at last.

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Ying Chun Guo

Software Engineer, IBM
Ying Chun Guo, known as “Daisy”, is an open source developer in IBM China development lab. She has several years experiences in open source communities, starting from OpenOffice, then OpenStack, and recently serverless platforms Apache OpenWhisk and Knative. Now she concentrates... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 16:45 - 17:20


Consolidate Real Time and HMI with ACRN Hypervisor - Jack Ren, Intel
With the increasing momentum of embedded devices getting smarter and always connected, it is prevalent to see that more and more industrial automation manufacturers (Siemens, Beckhoff, Inovance, etc) are combining multiple platforms (PLC, HMI, MC, Robotics, etc) into the the single products. The virtualization is the key technologies to empower such kind of the workload consolidation. However, one of the challenges is its strict Real-Time requirements. Some of the products need the Real-Time task’s scheduling latency to be less than 30us or even less.The traditional virtualization solution is unable to hard to achieve the Real-Time requirements above. For example, the KVM is only able to achieve 100us-level scheduling latency. This talk will present those challenges and how ARCN Real-time is designed to overcome those challenges and meet the industrial-grade Real-Time performance.


Jack Ren

Software Architect, Intel
Jack worked for10+ years in embedded system, including cellphone, tablet, smart devices, wearables, with very strong system level knowledge and experiences, from the lowlevel BSP and operating system to the high level software stack, including runtime, compiler, application framework... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 17:30 - 18:05


Unfit Story of Fitness Trackers: Hacking BLE Fitness Trackers - Yogesh Ojha, Tata Consultancy Services
Bluetooth Low Energy is being used extensively in almost all the modern "Smart" devices from smart phones, smart devices, smart watches as well as advanced medical equipment. This talk will introduce several new Bluetooth Low energy hacking techniques, various tools and techniques for performing attacks on Bluetooth Low Energy Device.

The talk will focus on gathering enough information about BLE devices from the security standpoint, discovering them, reverse engineering the mobile application(if any) and attacking them.

As a part of live demonstration we will be using some "Smart" BLE Fitness Trackers, reverse engineer their mobile applications and gather enough information to attack them. We will also see how uploading the malicious firmware over the air is also possible.

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Yogesh Ojha

Cyber Security Analyst, Tata Consultancy Services
An Offensive Cyber Security Analyst in Tata Consultancy Services, Cyber Security Unit, Yogesh is an avid developer having his stronghold on IoT Security, hardware hacking & Mobile Application Security. An exuberant speaker, he has let the mic talk for him at many conferences like... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 18:15 - 18:50
Wednesday, June 26


The Secure Design in Zephyr and its Implementation in Synopsys ARC Processor - Wayne Ren, Synopsys
The Zephyr™ Project is a scalable real-time operating system (RTOS) supporting multiple hardware architectures, optimized for resource constrained devices, and built with safety and security in mind. This talk will present the latest progress of Zephyr, the secure design of it, including memory protection and Trust Execution Environment. We will also discuss how the Zephyr is supported in Synopsys ARC processors.

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Wayne Ren

Software R&D manager, Synopsys
Wayne Ren is a senior software engineer at Synopsys and located at Wuhan, P.R. China. He is one of the maintainers for the ARC architecture in Zephyr, the architect of embARC project, special member of TOPPERS project, and contributor of several other open source project. His expertizes... Read More →

Wednesday June 26, 2019 12:05 - 12:40