IoT Long Term support Linux - Opening to the community of Redpesk@SEA the open source "Marine Grade Linux" by IoT.bzh.
Dominig ar Foll (Intel Open Source) <dominig.arfoll@...>
As Marine requirement is very very close of any IoT (very) long term Linux requirement with high level of security and application isolation, I thought that this webinar from the Linux Fundation might be of interest to some of you...
The Marine Grade Linux project by
IoT.bzh addresses smart ship provides a customized flavor of
AGL that addresses marine specific requirements. For
signaling, NMEA2000, CanOpen, Ethercat and Modbus were added.
Cloud connectivity is designed to handle random connectivity
with a balance of 4/5G and satellite data link. Some core
marine services as nautical charts, safe routing, or radar are
still under development and should be added in the near
future. Last but not least, a 30 years old ship is pretty
common and maintenance/update on 15 years is required.
This presentation exposes the outcome of the three marine projects IoT.bzh is currently developing for this industry. It starts exposing gaps in business models, then exposes some of the technical specificities (signaling, SOTA, LTS, …). Finally it introduces redpesk@sea the ready-to-use “Marine Grade Linux” version that IoT.bzh will propose as Christmas gift to the maritime open-source community.
-- Dominig ar Foll Senior Software Architect