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June 7 - 9, 2022 | Mountain View, CA + Virtual
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Wednesday, June 8 • 7:10am - 7:40am
Virtual Session: Android's CHRE and Open Source Frameworks - Yuval Peress, Google

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Android's Context Hub Runtime Environment (CHRE) is an event based system used to manage multiple peripherals such as GNSS, Sensors, WiFi, BT, audio, and others in a common manner. The benefit seen to consumers is that they're able to write small applications known as nanoapps that interact with CHRE's API to leverage and manipulate these peripheral frameworks. The design offers modularity, flexibility, testability, and ease of update to these nanoapps. This presentation will dive into how a CHRE application is wired, the benefits of modularity, and the flexibility that this system provides. I'll also provide details about Google/Intel's use cases and the final benefit to the Zephyr ecosystem.

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Yuval Peress

Senior Software Engineer, Google
Lead Android engineer for Magic Leap responsible for the communication of 6 DoF information. Also responsible for designing the gesture detection system. * Lead Android engineer for GoMeta developing AR applications, common libraries. Responsibilities also included leading the authentication... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 7:10am - 7:40am PDT
Virtual