Embedded Linux Conference & OpenIoT Summit 2016

San Diego, California
Monday, April 04, 2016

Embedded Linux Conference & OpenIoT Summit 2016

Monday, April 04, 2016 - Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Manchester Grand Hyatt
1 Market Pl
San Diego, California 92101
United States

(619) 232-1234
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Description

The ​Embedded ​Linux ​Conference ​(ELC) ​is ​the ​premier ​vendor-neutral ​technical ​conference ​for ​companies ​and ​developers ​using ​Linux ​in ​embedded ​products. ​This ​conference, ​now ​in ​its ​12th ​year, ​has ​the ​largest ​collection ​of ​sessions ​dedicated ​exclusively ​to ​embedded ​Linux ​and ​embedded ​Linux ​developers. ​ELC ​is ​embedded ​Linux ​experts ​talking ​about ​solutions ​to ​your ​embedded ​Linux ​problems. ​ELC ​consists ​of ​3 ​days ​of ​presentations, ​tutorials ​and ​Bird-of-a-Feather ​sessions. ​There ​are ​over ​50 ​sessions ​to ​choose ​from, ​on ​a ​wide ​variety ​of ​topics.

About ​the ​CE ​Workgroup
The ​Linux ​Foundation ​and ​the ​CE ​Linux ​Forum ​announced ​a ​merger ​on ​October ​27, ​2010. ​CELF ​is ​now ​a ​workgroup ​of ​the ​Linux ​Foundation. ​The ​use ​of ​Linux ​in ​embedded ​products ​has ​skyrocketed ​in ​recent ​years, ​with ​Linux ​now ​being ​used ​in ​consumer ​electronic ​devices ​of ​all ​kinds. ​CELF ​and ​The ​Linux ​Foundation ​believe ​that ​by ​combining ​resources ​they ​can ​more ​efficiently ​enable ​the ​adoption ​of ​Linux ​in ​the ​Consumer ​Electronics ​industry. ​Given ​the ​broad ​overlap ​in ​members ​between ​the ​Linux ​Foundation ​and ​CELF, ​the ​similarity ​in ​the ​goals ​of ​both ​organizations, ​and ​the ​large ​increase ​of ​embedded ​participants ​coming ​to ​Linux ​in ​recent ​years, ​this ​aligning ​of ​resources ​will ​strengthen ​each ​organization ​and ​ultimately ​help ​the ​organizations’ ​members ​achieve ​their ​missions: ​growing ​the ​embedded ​Linux ​market. ​Learn ​more ​about ​the ​CELF ​workgroup's ​activities.