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Tuesday, October 6


IoTivity, the Open Interconnect Consortium and the IoT challenge - Thiago Macieira, Intel
This presentation will introduce the day's track on IoTivity. The session will explain where the effort fits strategically among the various efforts to build standards and implementations of standards to implement the Internet of Things. It will also explain the IoTivity and OIC technical approach and why it is particularly well suited to large-scale IoT deployment.

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Thiago Macieira

Engineer, Open Source Technology Center, Intel
Thiago Macieira holds a double degree in Engineering and an MBA. He has been involved in several Open Source projects for over 15 years and is an experienced C++ developer, having spent the better part of the last 10 years developing Qt and Qt-based software. He has been involved... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2015 10:30 - 11:30
Wicklow Meeting 4


IoTivity Core Framework: Features & Opportunities - Kishen Maloor, Intel
The Internet of Things (IoT) arena has many proprietary and siloed solutions that do not interoperate, resulting in a fragmented market. Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), an alliance of leading industry players, was formed to define a standards-driven specification and certification program to securely discover, connect, and operate with devices across the IoT. IoTivity is a collaborative project, hosted at the Linux Foundation and a reference implementation of the OIC specification. This talk is an introduction to IoTivity and describes how developers can leverage various IoTivity features to build wide-ranging IoT applications.

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Kishen Maloor

Senior Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Kishen Maloor is a Senior Software Engineer at the Intel Open Source Technology Center. He is currently the architect, lead developer and maintainer of the IoTivity-Constrained project for embedded IoT based on standards by the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF). He has a diverse... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2015 11:30 - 12:20
Wicklow Meeting 4


IoT Meets Security - Habib Virji, Samsung
Enforcing security within IoT environments is challenging issue with multiple decisions to make: what kind of cryptography (shared secret or PKI) to use, does the crypto algorithms increase output payload size, are algorithms efficient enough to execute in devices with few MHz of processing power. Bootstrapping a new IoT device in your home ecosystem by maintaining a decent balance between security and usability will be key for wide adoption of IoT. This talk will cover the security architecture of Iotivity by providing an overview of provisioning, authentication/encryption and access control mechanisms employed in Iotivity.


Habib Virji

Habib Virji is currently working in Samsung's Open Source team. He has been working on open source project for last 5 years. He has worked on EU funded open source project Webinos which provided a secure platform for communication between devices. He is currently committer in a... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2015 14:00 - 15:00
Wicklow Meeting 4


Creating IoT Demos with IoTivity - Geoffroy Van Cutsem, Intel
The Internet of Things is a topic on everyone's minds these days and OIC/IoTivity has set out to tackle a very key challenge that is preventing us from unleashing the full potential of the technology. There are unfortunately very few concrete examples of the IoTivity technology that people can see, touch and interact with. Most of the good technology is still in development, to come in new products later in the year or in 2016. Products today in the market are mostly proprietary and do not illustrate the future of connected devices. In this context, the Intel Open Source Technical Marketing team was presented with a challenge: put together a set of demos showcasing the technology in development in a form that stands out from the crowd, while demonstrating a part of our vision for the future of the smart connected devices. The team has been developing and improving demos, creating new ones, while giving feedback to the engineering teams developing the technology.

This session will talk about the challenge and how it has been met, how IoTivity features at the heart of the connectivity. The presenter will explain how the demos work, what issues the team had, how they've been solved, etc. Time permitting, the presenter will also talk about what's coming in the future.

Several of the demos discussed in this presentation are present on the LinuxCon / Embedded Linux Conference exhibition area.

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Geoffroy VanCutsem

Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel
Geoffroy Van Cutsem manages the Intel OTC Technical Marketing Engineering team that focuses on the Internet of Things (IoT). Geoffroy has been involved in Open-Source software for over 15 years in a number of Embedded domains such as Telco infrastructure, Connected TV, In-Vehicle... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2015 15:00 - 16:00
Wicklow Meeting 4


Introduction to IoTivity Primitive Service (Resource Encapsulation) - JungYong Kim, Samsung
In this session, the services and modules of IoTivity Primitive service will be introduced.

The moudules which composing Resource Encapsulation Layer, such as ServerBuilder, Resource Broker, Resource Cache and its APIs would be presented. And the concept and benefits of Resource container, MultiPHY easy-setup, Resource Hosting, Directory services would be also introduced.


JungYong Kim

He is a Engineer at Samsung Electronics, where he has joined at work as software developer since 2009. His recent interests are focused on wearable device and IoT software. He developed notification protocols for Samsung wearables and is implementing primitives services of IoTivity... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2015 16:00 - 17:00
Wicklow Meeting 4