Apache NuttX® International Workshop 2024

Project page https://nuttx.apache.org/

13-14th Jun 2024, Sony City Osaki, Tokyo, Japan

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Topic UTC TIME JST TIME Full Name Presentation tile
Day 1        
Core OS 00:00-00:05 9:00-9:05 Alan C. Assis & Alin Jerpelea Welcome
  00:05-00:25 9:05-9:25 Alin Jerpelea NuttX Status report (2024)
  00:30-00:55 9:30-9:55 Xiang Xiao
Xiaomi Vela: Summary of Contributions and Applications to the NuttX Community in the Past Year
  01:00-01:25 10:00-10:25 Alin Jerpelea NuttX Compliance (SPDX, SBOM)
  01:30-01:55 10:30-10:55 Xin Xu(许辛) NuttX build system upgraded to CMake
  02:00-02:25 11:00-11:25 Masayuki Ishikawa Status Updates on NuttX/arm64 on QEMU+Hypervisors
  02:30-02:55 11:30-11:55 Peter Blomqvist Efficient protocols for IoT
  03:00-03:25 12:00-12:25 Yichang Rong
Nuttx graphic subsystem enhancement
LUNCH 03:30-04:45 12:30-13:45    
Core OS 04:45-05:25 13:45-14:25 Xingliang Xu
NuttX Memory Debug tools
Porting 05:30-05:55 14:30-14:55 Takumi Ando NuttX with Small Projects and Small Company
  06:00-06:25 15:00-15:25 Tomasz “CeDeROM” CEDRO CeDeROM SHOOT LANE COMP
  06:30-06:55 15:30-15:55 Mateusz Szafoni Status of the x86-64 port in Apache NuttX
  07:00-07:25 16:00-16:25 Takuya Miyashita My porting journey
  07:30-07:55 16:30-16:55 Rushabh Gala Apache NuttX Apps in Rust
  08:00-08:40 17:00-17:40 Lup Yuen Lee Adventures of Ox64 BL808 RISC-V SBC with Apache NuttX RTOS
  08:45-09:25 17:45-18:25 Lup Yuen Lee Analysis of Real-Time Logs for Apache NuttX RTOS with PureScript
  09:30-10:00 18:30-19:00 Alexis Christoforides Meadow.OS – a .NET IoT Platform based on NuttX
Day 2        
Workshop 23:00-01:00 8:00-10:00 Camila Oliveira de Souza Spresense Hands-On
  01:00-01:25 10:00-10:25 Bowen Wang
Linux to NuttX communication in Xiaomi
Emulators 01:30-01:55 10:30-10:55 Marco Aurelio Casaroli Towards device emulation of NuttX using QEMU, Renode and other possibilities
  02:00-02:25 11:00-11:25 Xinyi Yue
Introduction to the rich features and application scenarios of the Vela OS emulator
  02:30-03:10 11:30-12:10 Lup Yuen Lee TinyEMU RISC-V Emulator for Apache NuttX RTOS
  03:10-03:25 12:10-12:25 Takayoshi Koizumi Audio Signal flow framework on Spresense with NuttX
LUNCH 03:30-04:45 12:30-13:45    
Apps 04:45-05:25 13:45-14:25 Alan C. Assis Creating a Head Up Display for a motorcycle helmet using NuttX
  05:30-05:55 14:30-14:55 Kosei Yamashita Development of a compact high-precision IMU board for SPRESENSE™ using multi-IMU synthesis technology
Core OS 06:00-06:25 15:00-15:25 Saurav Pal mnemofs: A NAND flash file system for Apache NuttX
Features 06:30-06:55 15:30-15:55 Zhenghui Shi
The video driver has added the v4l2m2m encoding and decoding framework
  07:00-07:25 16:00-16:25 Chaozhong Liang(梁超众) NuttX network subsystem enhancement
  07:30-07:55 16:30-16:55 Halysson Carvalho Exploring controlling temperature using technique of PID using NuttX
  08:00-08:25 17:00-17:25 Dobrea Dan-Marius NuttX and PX4 a synergy able to generate practical UAV’ applications
  08:30-08:55 17:30-17:55 Gabor Kiss-Vamosi Create your first UI project with LVGL on NuttX
  09:00-09:25 18:00-18:45 Felipe Neves
Adaptive Disturbance Rejection Control, implementing on NuttX an alternative to the popular PID control for digital closed loop systems
Closing 09:25-09:30 18:45-18:50 Alan C. Assis & Alin Jerpelea  

Participation proposals deadline: 15th April 2024 (CLOSED)
Participation proposals acceptance notification: 1st May 2024 (CLOSED)
In person participants application deadline: 1st Jun 2024 (CLOSED)
Apache NuttX® International Workshop 2024: 13-14th Jun 2024


Apache NuttX® is an Apache licensed real-time operating system (RTOS) with an emphasis on standards compliance and a small footprint. First released in 2007 it is scalable from 8-bit to 32-bit microcontroller environments with APIs primarily guided by the relevant POSIX and ANSI standards. Additional APIs originate from Unix and other common RTOSes. The OS is widely used across industry and academia, and the time has come for the community to meet up to raise its profile, exchange information about its application, and set the agenda for its future development.


The scope of the workshop is the Apache Nuttx® Real Time Operating System, the tools used for its design, development, deployment, debugging, and maintenance, the applications that use it, and the hardware on which it typically runs. The target audience is embedded systems practitioners across both industry and academia.


Apache NuttX® International Workshop has four primary objectives; (i) To allow the developers and users of Apache NuttX® to meet up, to network together, exchange ideas, and to understand their mutual needs and aspirations for the OS. (ii) To agree on directions for the future development of Apache NuttX® together with Apache Software Foundation and to coalesce development groups to work on these initiatives. (iii) To raise the profile of Apache NuttX® and allow potential adopters from around the world to see how widely it is already used and (iv) to understand how we can make the development process for Apache NuttX® more diverse and robust.


Apache NuttX® Online Workshop is free to attend but costs money to put on, so candidates are bound on their honor to attend once accepted. Participation at the workshop shall be limited to 200 attendees and we strongly prefer delegates that will contribute to the event. Active participation may take many forms- short lecture or full presentation; all proposals will be considered with a duration from 20 minutes (short lecture) to 40 minutes (full presentation).


Materials from sessions at the International Workshop will be made available at events.nuttx.apache.org after the event.


Apache NuttX® International Workshop is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery will also not be tolerated in any event venue. Participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled without a refund, at the discretion of the event organizers.

All online interactions are governed by the ASF Code of Conduct, while in-person events are subject to the Anti-Harassment Policy.

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the event team immediately. The team can be found on site or can be contacted at workshop@nuttx.org.

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