Paris Open Source Summit

WEB MOBILE EBUSINESS

EMBEDDED & IOT


TUESDAY 10 DECEMBER / EMBEDDED & IOT

Plateforme IoT & Framework
16H30 - 18H30 // PLATEAU 1

Trackleader : Benjamin CABE

Vast distributed systems, which use devices (with varying levels of intelligence and connected with varying levels of intermittence), gateways (for local data processing) and storage and processing platforms. These IoT platforms must respond challenges in terms of data volume and resilience in the framework of traditional corporate information systems.


 16h30 - 16h40 : Introduction 
16h40 - 17h00 : Monitoring IOT infrastructure : Eric Doane, Zabbix
17h00 - 17h40 : How Veolia will collect wireless water meters consumption with Cloud Run : Guillaume Blaquiere, Veolia
17h40 - 18h00 : Analytics in IoT : Stefano Scamuzzo, Knowage
 18h00 - 18h30 : Open-source IoT Platform Device management, data collection, processing and visualization for your IoT solution : Abdoulaye SY, Obconnect


OS & Langages
14H00 - 18H00 // SALLE ACTION   

Trackleader : Pierre FiCHEUX

Primarily operating systems, middleware and development tools for smart objects, as an extension of software dedicated to integrated systems, as well as tools from the online world.


 14h00 - 14h10 : Introduction
14h10 - 14h50 : Detecting time series anomalies on the fly with WarpScript :  Jean-Charles Vialatte, Senx
14h50 - 15h20 : De-Googlize Android, is it possible? :  Gael Duval, eelo
 15h20 - 15h40 : RIOT: towards open source, secure DevOps on microcontroller-based IoT : Alexandre ABADIE, Inria
 15h40 - 16h00 : Learn Python at School with Sensors, Actuators and a Raspberry Pi :  Christian Charbrebie, Epita
16h30 - 16h50 : A virtual machine approach for microcontroller programming : the OMicroB project :  Basile Pesin, Etudiant
 16h50 - 17h20 : Cloud-native embedded systems with Ubuntu Core :  Galem Kayo, Canonical
 17h20 - 18h00 : Control your Embedded Linux remotely by using WebSockets :  Gianluca Varisco, Arduino



Sécurité
10H00 - 16H00 // PLATEAU 1   

Trackleader : Daniel FAGES

For us, security is a key issue still not currently given enough consideration. Whether talking about smart objects linked to personal lives (watches, smart toothbrushes, smart clocks, smart scales, etc.) or industrial IoT – with hacking of unsecure smart objects by the mafia - it is difficult to ignore the investment required to ensure the security of protocols and software.


  10h00 - 12h00 : Workshop Android Security : Daniel Fages
12h00 - 12h30 : The /e/ project to secure Android SmartPhone : Gael Duval, eelo
14h00 - 14h50 : The evolving (IoT) security landscape :  Gianluca Varisco, Arduino
 14h50 - 15h20 : Secure-by-design IoT applications using MirageOS : Thomas Gazagnaire, Tarides
 15h20 - 16h00 : Open Source tools for auditing IoT security : Daniel Fages, Offensia


WEDNESDAY 11 DECEMBER /  EMBEDDED & IOT

Plateforme IoT & Framework
09H30 - 11H20 // SALLE ACTION


Trackleader : Benjamin CABE

Vast distributed systems, which use devices (with varying levels of intelligence and connected with varying levels of intermittence), gateways (for local data processing) and storage and processing platforms. These IoT platforms must respond challenges in terms of data volume and resilience in the framework of traditional corporate information systems.


 09h30 - 10h20 : The 3 stacks of Eclipse IoT : Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation Europe GmbH
10h20 - 10h50 : Using TICK stack (InfluxDB) on the edge (embedded target) : Romain Naour, Smile
10h50 - 11h20 : Building Smart Cities on an open data asset management platform : Anthony Schoofs, Ozwillo


Open Hardware
11H20 - 17H00 // SALLE ACTION

Trackleader : Sabastien LEJEUNE


 11h20 - 11h30 : Introduction
 11h30 - 12h00 : Open Source Hardware Rises : Majdi TOUMI, Mhirba
 12h00 - 12h30 : Impact of the Open Source Hardware : Thierry Collette, Thales Group
 14h00 - 14h30 : Open Compute Project : Steve Helvie, Open Compute Project
 14h30 - 15h00 : Designing Open Source hardware with Open Source Software : Jean-Marie Verdun
 15h00 - 15h30 : Open Source Firmware : Trammel Hudson, TRMN
 16h00 - 16h30 : Open source virtual prototyping, the stepping stone to the future of embedded system design flow : Guillaume Delbergue, Hiventive
 16h30 - 17h00 : Introduction to SiFive RISC-V Open Hardware Processor : Christophe Wery, Sifive


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