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Friday, April 21 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Apache Mynewt: Open Source OS for Embedded Systems LIMITED

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Apache Mynewt is a community-driven, permissively licensed open source initiative for developing an OS for resource-constrained IoT devices based on 32-bit microcontrollers. With a small, pre-emptive RTOS at the core and an extensive set of modules for connectivity (including the world’s first fully open source Bluetooth Low Energy 4.2 controller and host), file systems, power and performance management options and more, it is an optimized yet highly flexible OS for constrained devices. To help product designers focus on application development, it comes with Newt, a smart package dependency and build management tool that brings GPM-like (Go Package Manager) ease-of-use to embedded systems development. To offer product developers a greater choice of hardware and deployment options, Apache Mynewt is built for easy portability to different MCU architectures and standards-based interoperability with other systems. And finally, by offering features such as secure bootloader, instrumentation for stats and logs, OIC 1.1 (Open Interconnect Consortium) support etc., it simplifies going from prototype to production while ensuring that minimal technical debt is incurred.

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avatar for Aditi Hilbert

Aditi Hilbert

Head of Product, Runtime
Aditi heads Product Management at Runtime which provides cloud-based IoT device management and secure solutions for consumer, commercial, and industrial IoT applications. She participates in multiple open source projects including Apache Mynewt incubating at the Apache Software F... Read More →



Friday April 21, 2017 1:00pm - 1:45pm
MCC Room 204 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403
  • Host Organization IoT Fuse
  • Technical Difficulty Level 4

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