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Monday, April 4 • 11:40am - 12:30pm
Soletta Technical Introduction - Otavio Busatto Pontes, Intel OTC

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Soletta Project was open sourced in June 2015, to offer developers a framework for making IoT products with which they can easily write software for diverse devices - big and small - and port to different platforms (Linux, Contiki, RIOT and others).

On this talk, Bruno will present, from a technical perspective, the issues and challenges Soletta aims to solve, providing an overview of the project. He’ll show the overall architecture and briefly cover critical components for IoT development, such as I/O, communication protocols (CoAP, OIC, MQTT, LWM2M), and update subsystem.

Reasons to adopt it will be highlighted, clarifying why he claims that by using this framework, IoT developers are able to focus their efforts in their products, investing less time on hardware and OS details.

Development roadmap and its next steps will be revealed, fostering community contributions.

Speakers
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Otavio Pontes

Intel
Otavio Pontes is a Software Engineer working at Opensource Technology Center - Intel, in Brazil. He has been involved in open source projects since college, for more than 5 years, contributing to several open source projects as Eclipse's Linux Tools project, Enlightenment Foundation Libraries and IoT library in Soletta Project. He has participated as speaker on events like LinuxCon Brazil and local FLISoL.


Monday April 4, 2016 11:40am - 12:30pm
Harbor Ballroom F

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