We are proud to be sponsoring the NMI Open Source conference on Tuesday 10th May, which will be hosted at the BCS offices in Covent Garden, London.

The conference aims to provide attendees with an informative view of the benefits and challenges of using open source, together with the breadth of opportunities it presents — all the way from application software down to silicon IP. There will also be unique insights from leading organisations that are using open source today.

Talks confirmed:

  • Open Source: The Enabler for IoT Greatness (and Mediocrity) — Omer Kilic, Den Automation
  • Sailing the Open Seas — Saar Drimer, Boldport
  • Opening networks with open hardware — Andrew Moore, University of Cambridge
  • Red, Amber, Green: Free and Open-Source Software in the Supply Chain – When to Avoid, Tread Carefully and Embrace — Andrew Katz, Moorcrofts LLP
  • Open Source Tools for the Electronics Systems Industry — Jeremy Bennett, Embecosm
  • Establishing a Corporate Open-Source Group: Journey and Lessons Learned — Gurj Bahia, Samsung
  • Open Source Field Programmable RF Technology Driving Innovation in Wireless Networks — Ebrahim Bushehri, Lime Microsystems
  • lowRISC – an Open-Source System-on-Chip Design — Alex Bradbury, lowRISC

The day will finally conclude with a panel session. For more details and to register visit:


Hope to see you there!