Welcome to the Oniro Project stand!

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Oniro is an Eclipse Foundation project.

A project based on the development of a distributed open source operating system, that means one single software able to talk, interconnect and relate multiple IoT and consumer devices.

This approach is opening to a new mission: avoiding technology silos through the path of building one end-to-end open source ecosystem that is able to integrate device makers, ODMs, app developers and consumers perspectives and needs all together.

Oniro is the global market reach extension of the OpenHarmony, an open source operating system specified and hosted by the OpenAtom Foundation. Only in this way we can create a cohesive single global ecosystem.

Develop one, deploy many times that’s the mantra. It’s about optimization, inclusivity and neutrality.

The goal of Oniro is to evolve a set of builtin system capabilities on top of commodity open source kernels that allows sharing of resources and collaboration across distributed devices of various classes along with reusing and collaborating with existing open source projects (e.g. Yocto Project, Zephyr, Reuse from FSFE, etc).

Oniro is currently participated by the initial funding contributors: Huawei, SECO, Linaro, NOI Tech Park, Synesthesia and Array.

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Oniro Project @ FOSDEM

Welcome to the Oniro Project stand

Oniro Project in 2022

Speaking at FOSDEM’21 has been a great opportunity for Oniro to connect with the world of open source communities and developers and share the project initiatives. We are back at FOSDEM’22 to provide update of the vision, objectives, ecosystem, governance model, technology, compliance processes and all progress made in one intense year.

Don't miss our talks

Time Title Track Speakers
Sat:
10:30-11:00
Oniro - an open-source starter for fast-paced IoT environments
A retrospective on an open-source project development
Collaboration and Content Management Sebastian Serewa + Ettore Chimenti
Sat:
13:50-14:15
Secure boot, TEEs, different OSes and more
Making sense of the trusted computing landscape in Eclipse Oniro embedded distribution
Hardware-Aided Trusted Computing Marta Rybczynska
Sat:
15:35-16:00
Libc++ on Linux - using the example of Oniro
Experiences with switching from libstdc++ to libc++
LLVM Bernhard Rosenkränzer
Sat:
15:45-15:55
Oniro CI/Testing integration with LAVA Testing and Automation Stevan Radakovic
Sat:
16:00-16:30
Build Systems all the way down
Untangling OpenEmbedded/meta-zephyr/zephyr integration in Eclipse Oniro
Embedded, Mobile and Automotive Eilís Ní Fhlannagáin
Sat:
16:00-17:25
Why your next embedded project should be written in Go
Confessions of a recovering C developer
Go Zygmunt Krynicki
Sat:
16:30-17:30
Process-based abstractions for VM-based environments Hardware-Aided Trusted Computing Marta Rybczynska + (Panel)
Sun:
10:00-10:30
LVGL: A versatile UI toolkit for MCU & CPU
An UI framework for Eclipse Oniro a cross kernel OS
Graphics Philippe Coval
Sun:
12:20-12:40
Scanning for known vulnerabilities in an embedded distribution
A return on experience from the Eclipse Oniro project
Software composition and dependency management Marta Rybczynska
Sun:
13:20-13:40
NetOTA - repository protocol for embedded systems
The sweet spot between global stores and latest-image URLs
Lightning Talks Zygmunt Krynicki
Sun:
13:20-14:00
Software composition and dependency management
Panel #2
Software composition and dependency management devroom Marta Rybczynska + (Panel)
Sun:
13:30-14:00
Oniro Blueprints for IoT devices
From open-source seeds to products
Embedded, Mobile and Automotive Philippe Coval + Andrei Gherzan
Sun:
13:30-14:15
Eclipse Oniro: A production OS
Focus on your applications again
Distributions Amit Kucheria
Sun:
14:00-15:00
Astarte: from data collection to fleet management
How Astarte evolved from a broker plugin to an IoT ecosystem
Embedded, Mobile and Automotive rbino
Sun:
14:20-14:40
Oniro project, the new IoT platform from Eclipse Foundation
How to transform existing impediments towards a healthier competition in the IoT & Edge space
Lightning Talks Agustín Benito Bethencourt
Sun:
15:00-15:30
Running an OpenThread Mesh Network with Linux and Zephyr
Transparent IoT Gatway Blueprint of the Oniro Project
Embedded, Mobile and Automotive Stefan Schmidt
Sun:
15:45-16:10
DOs and DON'Ts when building a Yocto based distribution
What we have learned in a year of building Oniro
Distributions Bernhard Rosenkränzer + Andrei Gherzan

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