Room 4

13:15 - 14:15 (UTC+02)

Talk (60 min)

Zephyr RTOS: Software power tools for constraint devices

The Zephyr Project is an open source RTOS for constraint devices that is gaining popularity in the open source community and among industrial companies. This introductory talk will present the RTOS, software architecture, and tools being used as well as giving background information and explain it's current success. Demos will be shown.


Eirik Midttun

Eirik has spent most of his career working with embedded systems and wireless communication, mainly as a software engineer. Now he mainly spends his time in customer meetings, trying to understand their needs, propose solutions, and convey the customer needs to the engineers. Having a deep interest in how work works he try to be the manager he wish he had when he was working with code.

Balaji Srinivasan

Embedded software developer with over 10 years of experience in writing firmware for Nordic's low power wireless chips. Working in Bluetooth low energy and cellular IOT technologies. Been in software industry for over 17 years.