From building an AI server infrastructure to creating skills and actions for voice assistants or create your own Open Source chatbots with SUSI.AI. Join sessions covering Bot Framework, Big Data, Dataprep and more.
Cloud, Container, DevOps
Get better insights in how to deploy apps on the cloud more efficiently and save your company money. Sessions in the Cloud, Containers, DevOps track cover Kubernetes, Serverless Architecture, Microservices, OpenShift, and Continuous Integration.
Meet database engineers and learn how to save your company money with Open Source database solutions. Specific topics include Scaling TB of data, Real-time data masking, Replication Features, Performance Schema, BigQuery, and Immutable Key-Value Stores.
Mobile development sessions covers technologies for mobile platforms, Android, iOS, cross platform tools and discuss current trends and future of mobile technologies.
Open Source Hardware and Firmware
With the decrease of prices of hardware development tools and production open source hardware projects are gaining popularity. Projects range from laser cutters to pocket science labs. Apart from technical topics speakers will share their experience from making prototype to going to large scale production and working with mass manufacturers.
Open Data, Internet Society, Community
More and more governments, companies and citizens share data for the benefit of the society. What are the use cases for Open data? What possibilities do we have for a truly free society in the times of tracking devices and supervision technologies, how to keep communities engaged in Free and Open Source development?
Kernel & Platform
Topics from the Linux Kernel to BSD and desktop systems such as Meilix or applications like VLC. Learn about network servers, hacking with x86 Windows tablets, asynchronous integration of GPU computing with HPX many task processing, Unikernelized Linux, Open Build Service in Debian, and C from the trenches.
Science Tech and Education
Science needs to be open and verifiable. As more and more tools are available to a larger part of the population the chance to become a scientist or simply to participate in citizen science increases. What tools exist? What hardware is available? How to do science hands-on with Open Source software and hardware?
Marco A. GutiérrezOpen Robotics
Marco A. Gutiérrez holds a PhD in cognitive vision planning for robotics systems. He has contributed to RoboComp, the Point Cloud Library and Open Perception. He was also the co-founder of GlideX, a startup in the field of AI for network security.
January 6, 2020
Sunday January 5 Exhibition Preparation takes place.
Throughout the day exhibitors prepare for the event.
Monday January 6 Exhibition opens throughout the day. Tour with speakers and VIPs takes place at 12:30.
8:00 PM Exhibition Preparation
8:30 PM Breakfast Snacks for Exhibitors
9:00 Exhibition Opens
12:30 PM Exhibition Tour with VIPs
17:00 PM Exhibition Closes
January 6, 2020
Monday Morning January 6, 9:00 - 12:30
Open Tech Track with VIP guests.
8:00 Registration and Breakfast Snacks
9:00 Conference Opening Track 1: Open Tech
10:30 Coffee Break
12:30 Exhibition Visit
Monday Afternoon January 6, 14:00 - 17:30
Different Tracks about Open Source Technologies.
14:00 All Tracks Start
15:30 Coffee Break and Exhibition Visit
16:00 Tracks Continue
17:30 Sessions End
January 5-6, 2020
Sunday January 5, 12:00-16:00 Arrived in town for the OpenTechSummit? Join us at the Meet and Greet.
Join the OpenTechSummit Speakers and Attendees casual Meet & Greet hangout, meet the local tech scene.
Sunday January 5, 17:00 Venue Preparation with volunteers, organizers and exhibitors
Let's set up the venue for the event.
Sunday January 5, 19:00 Let's get together for a Pre-Event Dinner Meetup with speakers of the event.
Please join us for a pre-event dinner meetup with locals and international participants of the OpenTechSummit.
Monday January 6, 19:00 Our official OpenTechSummit Social Dinner Event
Join us for the OpenTechSummit Social Dinner Event. Please get your social event ticket beforehand.
A little more about OpenTechSummit
OpenTechSummits are premier Free and Open Source technology events for developers, start-ups, and contributors. Projects at the event range from open hardware, to design, graphics and software. The first OpenTechSummit was established in 2009. Previous events took place in Vietnam, Germany, Thailand, Cambodia, China and India.
Open Tech in Asia
FOSSASIA develops Open Source software and hardware solutions with a global developer community from its base in Asia and organizes Open Technology events around the year. The mission of FOSSASIA is to improve people's lives by sharing open technologies, knowledge and resources and building a sustainable FOSS ecosystem. Projects include conversational AIs, science applications and event management tools. FOSSASIA's annual OpenTechSummit in Singapore is the premier Open Technology event. FOSSASIA was founded in 2009.
Open Tech Development and Consulting
OpnTec GmbH is an Open Source company based in Berlin, Germany. We develop sustainable consumer products together with the open tech community and bring them to market. We create the missing pieces to make open technologies successful, be it software, hardware, design, or end user documentation and marketing. OpnTec has experience producing large batches of hardware. We provide consulting about best practices and organize events to share our knowledge.
Volunteer at OpenTechSummit!
Volunteering is a great learning opportunity for community members who enjoy exploring how things work behind the scene, make new friends and get better connections with open source project teams. We will conduct skill and knowledge trainings prior the event to help volunteers familiarize with various roles including video recording, moderating, ticketing, writing etc. Join the Open Tech Volunteer Team for a fun and memorable experience.Volunteer Registration Event Photos