Embedded Open Source Summit

About Embedded Open Source Summit

Embedded computing systems are essential to the operation of electronic devices and systems across a wide range of industries, and the Linux Foundation is host to numerous open source projects dedicated to this space. 

Embedded Open Source Summit (EOSS) is a new umbrella event for open source embedded projects and developer communities to come together under one roof for important collaboration, discussions and education.

The event is composed of micro conferences including Embedded Linux Conference and Zephyr Developer Summit. Micro conferences will include presentations, BoFs, training, workshops and min-confs designed for real time problem solving and deep discussion.

Additional micro conferences in the EOSS umbrella will be announced soon. The conference will take place Tuesday, June 27 – Friday, June 30 with optional co-located events and training on Monday, June 26.

Embedded Linux Conference

who attends?

Developers

Kernel Developers, System Developers and User Space Developers

Architects
Product Vendors

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learn about the newest and most interesting embedded technologies and projects in a vendor-neutral setting.
  • Get access to leading experts in both formal and informal settings.
  • Have fascinating discussions and collaborate with both peers and experts in embedded Linux and adjacent projects.
  • Gain a competitive advantage with innovative embedded solutions.

Sponsors

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