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Tuesday, October 11 • 16:10 - 17:00
OCF for Resource-Constrained Environments - Kishen Maloor, Intel Corporation

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The IoT will be connected by smart edge devices with pertinent hardware having resource constraints. Such devices will execute in an environment defined by a selection of embedded OS, network stack, I/O and network layer/radio capabilities, all for which there are many options. Frameworks for standards based IoT are therefore confronted with the challenge of providing a consistent and maintainable codebase to employ across a diversity of deployments while staying lightweight.

This technical talk will present a new open-source and small-footprint implementation of the OCF (Open Connectivity Foundation) standard for resource-constrained environments. It will provide an overview of its architecture and design choices and how they address the aforementioned challenges. It will also do a code walk through of a simple OCF application. The presenter is the lead developer of this project.

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Kishen Maloor

Senior Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Kishen Maloor is a Senior Software Engineer at Intel Corporation. He has contributed to several research initiatives at Intel ranging from middleware for processing high frequency sensor data for Context Aware Computing to predictive analytics pipelines, developing expertise in Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing along the way. He now works at the Intel Open Source Technology Center and contributes to initiatives lead by the Open... Read More →


Tuesday October 11, 2016 16:10 - 17:00
Salon 4+5 London - Ground Level

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