Friday 4th October, 2013
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Android is one the most (free) operating system used these days as more than 70 % of smartphones runs it. One can call it a "Linux based OS" as it runs a Linux kernel but it's not "another Linux distribution". We will introduce several ways to adapt standard open source components to Android (user or kernel space). Additionally, we'll focused on realtime as RT is a common feature for embedded systems. Finally we'll evaluate Android capabilities regarding Linux RT patches such as PREEMPT-RT or Xenomai.
CTO, Open Wide
ierre is currently CTO at Open Wide Ingénierie, a software service company specialized in open source technologies. Pierre is also teacher and manager for the GISTRE (Génie Informatique des Systèmes Temps Réel et Embarqués) speciality at EPITA, a famous french school of computer science.
He’s also author of 4 editions of « Linux embarqué » (Eyrolles), a reference book about Linux embedded systems
6pm Hangout Direct on CyanogenMod what the futur by Guillaume Lesniak
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