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Wednesday, October 12 • 16:30 - 17:20
Building an IoT-class Device - Igor Stoppa, Open Source Technology Center, Intel

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With the constant increase in computational power and capabilities that embedded processors are enjoying, it becomes more and more tempting to create own IoT devices, be it for fun or for profit, or, why not, both.

The process, though, can be daunting.

This tutorial aims at giving both a working methodology, for designing and planning own work, and a set of practical steps, toward the creation of a basic - working - device.

Such device can be seen as foundation for further customization and development.

The example will cover the high level architecture, with a progressive dive into practical aspects, like choosing HW/SW component, dealing with secure design and its implication for sensitive data.

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Igor Stoppa

SW Engineer, OpenSource Technology Center - Intel
Igor is a SW engineer with Intel. In this role, Igor has worked in various fields: test automation, release management, system SW for IoT devices. Before joining Intel, Igor cut his teeth on uC for TLC and Automotive industry, then moved to write kernel power management SW for Nokia Linux phones/Tablets and had an eyes-opening stint as SW release manager. | | In his free time, he likes to travel with his family and to hack on... Read More →


Wednesday October 12, 2016 16:30 - 17:20
Salon 1 Moskau - Ground Level

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