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Thursday, October 13 • 11:15 - 12:05
Using Greybus for IoT - Alexandre Bailon, BayLibre

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Greybus is a RPC like protocol on top UniPro bus that has been designed for the Project ARA. The Project ARA aim to develop a modular smartphone.
Greybus gives the ability to the host to control remotely the buses (such as i2c or spi) of the modules.
After spending some time on project ARA, Alexandre Bailon though that it would be awesome to use it outside of project ARA, as a general purpose protocol.
So he updated Greybus to work with TCP/IP (instead of UniPro) in order to use it for IoT.
He will give an overview of the Greybus protocol, explain how to use it and
he will present the benefits to use it for IoT as well the cons.

Speakers
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Alexandre Bailon

Software Engineer, BayLibre
Alexandre Bailon is a co-founder of BayLibre, an embedded Linux consultancy, where he has developed USB gadget support for Google’s Project Ara modular phone. Before co-founding BayLibre, Alex worked at Texas Instruments hacking on the Linux kernel scheduler, memory management and GPU drivers for the OMAP application processor.


Thursday October 13, 2016 11:15 - 12:05
Salon 2+3 Rom - Ground Level