Re: ELCE 2018 Technical Showcase - Call for Demonstrations

Ricardo Ribalda

Hi Tim

Sorry for the late reply but I wanted to have a working PCB before
committing to the Technical Showcase.

This year I want to demonstrate a particle scanner working in an X86
and ARM, both using an image built with Yocto Project.
Since the ECLE is in Edinburgh, the plan is to add 1 micrometer
plastic particles into whisky and detect it using both platforms, X86
and ARM64.

If you still have some space I would love to demo our work.


On Wed, Aug 15, 2018 at 1:45 AM Tim Bird <tim.bird@...> wrote:

Greetings, person interested in the Embedded Linux Conference...

As in past years, the ELC Europe staff is organizing a technical showcase
for conference participants:


The technical showcase is an opportunity:

* For Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects to show their
software in action, to grow their user and developer community

* For system developers to share their experience using FOSS
components (knowledge sharing with other system developers will need
to be the primary focus)

* For hardware makers to show the capabilities of their hardware,
provided what is demonstrated is mostly based on FOSS.

* For ELCE 2018 speakers to give a hands-on experience related to what
they presented, and have plenty of time to interact with people who
were interested in their presentation.

The technical showcase is set to happen on Tuesday evening (October 23),
the middle day of Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2018.
for conference details.

If you are interested in showcasing something, please contact the
showcase coordinator - Tim Bird (that's me) - by September 14, and prepare
a poster too (poster due by September 29). However, please send
your message sooner rather than later, as demonstration space will
be limited.

The coordinator's spam-resistant e-mail is:
tim (dot) bird (at) sony (dot) com

Thanks - I look forward to seeing you there.

-- Tim Bird (ELCE program committee chair)

Ricardo Ribalda

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