IEEE S.F. Bay Area Council e-GRID's
BayAreaTech

Technology & Networking in Silicon Valley & the SF Bay Area: Upcoming Meetings, Courses and Conferences

March 23, 2014

Mtg: A New OS Architecture for the Internet of Things (IoT)

by @ 3:46 pm. Filed under ALL, Communications, Computers/Software
 

TUESDAY May 6, 2014
SCV Consultants’ Network of Silicon Valley
– enablers, constraints, RTOS, connectivity-driven …
Speaker: Steve Jordan, Paqet Systems Corp.
Time: 7:00 PM
Cost: none
Place: Agilent Technologies, 5301 Stevens Creek Blvd., Santa Clara
RSVP: not required
Web: www.CaliforniaConsultants.org

This talk will identify some of the current technology enablers for the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as some of the remaining software obstacles required to allow pervasive connection of IoT devices to the Internet.  Edge devices for the IoT are typically small in size, are run by a low-end microcontroller, include small amounts of RAM, Flash and ROM, and have low power consumption.  Off-the-shelf real-time operating systems (RTOSs) are not geared toward this environment, and hence are unable to solve many of the problems faced by the IoT designer.
In this talk, Steve Jordan will propose a different approach for an IoT RTOS.  IoT edge devices first and foremost require an Internet-centric connectivity OS that can handle the Internet’s non-deterministic nature.  For instance:
�    it is unknown if and when a browser will be able to successfully open any particular web page,
�    the Internet is state machine-oriented by its nature, and
�    IoT edge devices are generally very constrained by the amount of power available.
Thus, (1) an IoT OS must exhibit the characteristics of a state machine architecture since the Internet is more connectivity-driven than what is supported by conventional RTOSs, and (2) an IoT OS must be architected for the lowest node power possible.  Steve Jordan will elaborate on how these requirements can be achieved.

20140506scv

Comments are closed.

[IEEE S.F. Bay Area Council - www.e-grid.net] [powered by WordPress .]

SF Bay Area Council

Categories

  • ALL (4,557)
  • Antennas & Propagation (4)
  • BioEngineering (663)
  • Blogroll (33)
  • Circuits (11)
  • Communications (1,853)
  • Computers/Software (1,744)
  • Consumer Electronics (97)
  • Control Systems (18)
  • Electrical/Power (1,263)
  • Electronics Design (2,768)
  • Employment (4)
  • Employment opportunities (5)
  • Engineering Mgmt (1,805)
  • Green energy (40)
  • History (3)
  • Industrial Applications (73)
  • Information Theory (10)
  • Magnetics (22)
  • Microwave (8)
  • NanoEngineering (869)
  • Optics/Displays (968)
  • Photonics (24)
  • PhotoVoltaics (3)
  • Product Safety (21)
  • Reliability (34)
  • Robotics and Automation (15)
  • Semiconductors (1,827)
  • Signal Processing (132)
  • Vehicular Technology (9)
  • Women in Engineering (7)
  • Young Professionals (2)
  •  

    Support our advertisers:

    Visit our
    GRID MARKETPLACE

    Enabling Javascript allows us to show you upcoming conferences in this column.

    For the Firefox browser, select Tools/Options/Content and select "Enable Javascript".

    If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer you may need to click on the yellow bar above and select 'Allow Blocked Content'. You must then click 'Yes' on the following security warning.

    archives:

    October 2017
    S M T W T F S
    « Sep    
    1234567
    891011121314
    15161718192021
    22232425262728
    293031  

    View in Google Calendar

    search blog:


    SUBSCRIBE: Get the e-GRID twice a month by email - upcoming IEEE SF Bay Area meetings, conferences.

    RSS Feed Subscribe to our RSS Feed.

    PUBLICIZE your event to IEEE's membership.


    general links:

    22 queries. 0.523 seconds