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# prototyping on oniro @ FIOT2021 #
## Abstract: ##
Based on his experiences, Philippe will explain the gap between a maker prototype
and a sustainable ecosystem that would match market's standards.
Publishing a code under "FLOSS" license is a good start but it's usually not enough
for project sustainability, like grabbing some component for "free" will have a cost soon or later.
The opensource philosophy is to not reinvent the wheel,
so your value will probably work on common base, but choose wisely !
What does this platform provide in term of terms of security, IP compliance ?
What is the cost of hardware enablement or just software maintenance ?
Talk will be illustrated with some demos from previous Automotive "CampOSV" sessions in Rennes,
the Oniro project will be also introduced and how prototyping can be essential
for the development of foundations of a bigger ambitious ecosystem.
Oniro project is a decentralized Operating system which aims to defragment software development
by using the best components and practices already adopted by community and industry
(like Linux or Zephyr kernel and Yocto's bitbake tool).
Starting by doing is a good way to learn,
working alone can be quick but working together will bring you further,
Everyone is welcome now to join the oniro project at
## Bio: ##
Philippe Coval is a professional OpenSource Engineer,
who has been supporting FLOSS communities since late 1990ies.
Over decades, he has contributed to many projects from Operating Systems (Debian, Tizen)
to IoT frameworks (IoTivity, WebThings) and more.
He also advocated for FLOSS at various occasions (FOSDEM, ELC), or shared proof of concepts online.
Currently contributing to the Oniro project he is always open for potential cooperation.
# Running an OpenThread Mesh Network with Linux and Zephyr
## Track
Embedded, Mobile and Automotive devroom
## Title
Running an OpenThread Mesh Network with Linux and Zephyr
## Subtitle
Transparent IoT Gatway Blueprint of the Oniro Project
## Event type
20 min talk + 5 min QA
## Persons
Stefan Schmidt
Stefan Schmidt is a FOSS contributor for 16+ years now. During this time he
worked on different projects and different layers of the Linux ecosystem. From
bootloader and kernel over build systems for embedded to user interfaces. He was
serving as a technical steering committee member of OpenEmbedded during the
merge with the Yocto project, helped porting a 2.6 kernel to some early
smartphones, and was the release manager of the Enlightenment Foundation
Libraries. He currently co-maintains the Linux IEEE 802.15.4 subsystem.
After many years as a freelancer and long-time member of the Samsung Open Source
Group he recently joined Huawei's newly founded Open Source Technology Center as
a Principal Solutions Architect. Stefan is a regular speaker at open source related
## Abstract
The Thread protocol specifies a low-power IoT mesh network. It offers
self-healing, low latency and IPv6 connectivity without a single point of
failure. In addition to the lower layer mesh functionality it also
offers mesh network management, as well as secure onboarding of headless
OpenThread is an open source project implementing the Thread protocol and its
components. The focus of this talk is to demonstrate a Linux based OpenThread
border router and Zephyr based mesh nodes. Tight together by a Yocto based
build system this talk shows all components you need to have an IPv6 enabled
micro-processor on a low-power wireless link. The used power is small enough
to allow operating a small sensor for months or years on a coin cell battery in such a
scenario. All served by a Linux based border router to allow for internet
access and end-to-end IPv6 connectivity.
All of the above is bundled together in an Eclipse Oniro Project blueprint
for a transparent IoT gateway.
## Links
Blueprint documentaion:
Demonstration video:
Eclipse Oniro Project:
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