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Tuesday, April 5 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
libiio - Access to Sensor Devices Made Easy - Lars-Peter Clausen, Analog Devices

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The Linux IIO (Industrial IO) framework is tasked with handling configuration and data aggregation from and to all sorts of sensors and data converters including ADCs, DACs, temperature sensors, accelerators, chemical analysis, light sensors, lifestyle sensor and many more. libiio is a system library hides the low-level details of the IIO kernel ABI and provides a simple yet complete programming interface. It implements functionality often required by applications which want to access IIO sensor devices.

This presentation will give an introduction to the core concepts of libiio, it's API and how it can be used in applications to access sensor devices, enabling attendees to develop their own applications being able to access sensor devices fast and efficiently. In addition it will discuss the existing infrastructure and tools that have been built around libiio.

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Lars-Peter Clausen

Software Developer, Analog Devices
Lars is a software developer working at Analog Devices. Among other things he works on Linux kernel audio device drivers and has been a contributor to the ALSA an ASoC framework. He has spoken in the past at conferences like FOSDEM or ELCE mostly about Linux kernel related subjects.


Tuesday April 5, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Harbor Ballroom H