IoT.bzh: an expert company in cybersecurity and open source embedded software based in Brittany
- RUST & embedded
- Linux Virtualization & Isolation
- Yocto BSP vs redpesk/centos BSP
- Toward a Linux safety compliant architecture through a RTOS companion.
- Seantic and maritime cybersecurity
- IDS (Intrusion Detection System) for embedded systems
- Ultra Light Weight Containers for Embedded Systems
- Secure vehicle data exchange with "OpenID Connect"
- Current Market Conditions for Automotive Supply Implies Long Term Support
- AGL-µBinder : a fast, secure and seamless option to connect AGL to small ECUs?
- Wlroots : a potential foundation for Next Generation of AGL Wayland Compositor
- Cybersecurity for Connected Vehicle with AGL (Automotive Grade Linux)
- From Connected Cars to Connected Boats
- AGL & Real Time: Architecture Options
- Véhicule Connecté Cybersécurité et Open Source
- AGL Audio Advanced Architecture
- Cybersecurity a fundamental challenge for connected cars
- The AGL Swiss Knife for Quick Application Prototyping
- Vehicle to Cloud: Connecting Cars to Non-Automotive Internet Services
- Vehicule Signaling Leveraging OpenXC
- Homescreen a New AGL Platform Service
- Cybersécurité et Véhicules Connectés
- AGL-2.0 Security Architecture Proposal
Fulup Le Foll
CEO, Lead Architect
Fulup holds a masters degree from the French military academy of Arcueil near Paris. He started his career working for French DOD as a research engineer at the CELAR [Centre Electronic de l'Armement de Bruz/Rennes] where he worked on the real-time operating systems for helicopter and plane simulators. In 1990 he quit the public sector and became the technical director of « Wind River System » in Europe. Associated professor at South Brittany University he taught the internal structure of operating systems, embedded systems, Internet and mobile architectures. Fulup has given numerous lectures internationally and is an active technical expert in various standards groups worldwide. He's currently a delegate for Renesas within GENIVI and AGL consortiums.
2012-2015 independent consultant: he focused on the mobile and internet architecture and collaborated as senior analyst with KuppingerCole on consumer mobiles security issues.
2000-2012 Internet Architect at: Sun-Microsystems/Oracle he managed a team of International architects and massively scaled Internet and mobile infrastructures from small-medium to extra-large. He received the “president award” in 2004 and was nominated « Principal Engineer» for his work in 2005.