Embedded Linux Conference

The Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products.

The original organizer of ELC was the Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (also known as the "CE Linux Forum", or CELF)
Later, it was organized by the Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation.

The event is currently hosted by the Linux Foundation, and is often embedded inside a larger event like Embedded Open Source Summit, or Open Source Summmit (North America or Europe).

Next Embedded Linux Conferences

See the linked conference site for more information and for the CFP:

Previous Embedded Linux Conferences

Here are links to previous individual conference web sites:


To receive notices about ELC events, please subscribe to the elc-announce mailing list. This list is used very sparingly (only a few e-mails per event).


The Linux Foundation offers advanced Linux training for embedded engineers that's taught by experienced Linux experts. These courses are available online, in-person classroom training, and corporate training available on-site at your company's facility. Below is a list of our Linux training courses designed specifically to advance your knowledge of embedded Linux development. See a Complete List of The Linux Foundation's Linux Courses for Developers.


Here are shortcuts to presentations, documents and videos from previous conferences: If you see a problem on this page, please report it to Tim Bird
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