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Toyota Uses Open-Source Software in New Approach to In-Car Tech

Toyota Motor Corp on Wednesday said the infotainment system of its revamped Camry sedan to be sold in the United States will run on a Linux-based, open-source technology platform as it tries to keep up with tech firms in developing software for cars. With the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) system in...
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Automotive Linux Summit
To realize smart-connected vehicles, the automotive industry needs a hardware and software architecture that guarantees security, simplified systems management, high processing/networking performance, open standards, interoperability, and flexibility.

Virtualization: The Smart-Connected Vehicle Enabler

The automotive electronic industry is now, more than ever, facing cybersecurity, connectivity, and software time-to-market challenges. Recently, in fact, vehicles have been hacked in several ways (e.g., physical and remote unlocking/control) and by different means (i.e., CAN bus, OBD-II, emulated...
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Walt Miner AGL
At the recent Embedded Linux Conference, Walt Miner provided an AGL update and summarized AGL’s Yocto Project based Unified Code Base (UCB) for automotive infotainment.

Automotive Grade Linux Looks Forward to Daring Dab and Electric Eel in 2017

After working for seven years at Tier 1 automotive suppliers that were members of the GENIVI project, Walt Miner, the Community Manager for the Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project understands the challenges of herding the car industry toward a common, open source computing...
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Internet of Cars
Alex Agizim looks at the importance of creating a security-first approach with open source software.

How to Look at Mission-Critical Safety in the Internet of Cars

Alex Agizim is CTO of Automotive and Embedded Systems at EPAM. The autonomous car will redefine how we travel, ship inventory, and design infrastructure. As physical objects become more deeply integrated into the Internet of Things, the connected car will soon become an essential component of the...
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Automotive Linux Summit
Automotive Linux Summit takes place May 31-June 2 in Tokyo, Japan.

Dive Into Connected Car and Open Source at Automotive Linux Summit 2017

Next month, the world’s leading automotive experts and engineers will gather at Automotive Linux Summit in Japan to discuss the future of connected cars and collaborate on the open source technologies driving innovation in the automotive arena.   Automotive Linux Summit, taking place May 31-June 2...
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Hitachi Increases Investment in Open Source With Linux Foundation Platinum Membership

We are thrilled to announce that Hitachi has become the latest Linux Foundation Platinum member, joining existing Platinum members Cisco, Fujitsu, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, NEC, Oracle, Qualcomm and Samsung. Hitachi has been a supporter of The Linux Foundation and Linux since 2000, and was...
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Automotive Grade Linux
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project has released version 3.0 of its open source Unified Code Base (UCB) for automotive infotainment development; read more.

Automotive Grade Linux Moves to UCB 3.0

The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project has released version 3.0 of its open source Unified Code Base (UCB) for automotive infotainment development. Unlike AGL’s UCB 2.0, which was released in July, UCB 3.0 is already being used to develop in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) products...
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Automotive Linux Summit 2017

The Automotive Linux Summit gathers together the most innovative minds from automotive expertise and open-source excellence to drive the future of embedded devices in the automotive arena. Learn More
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Open source automotive
Learn more about how Automotive Grade Linux and shared development are driving the auto industry forward. Join us Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016 at 11 a.m. Pacific for a free webinar presented by Dan Cauchy, Director of the AGL project at The Linux Foundation.

Free Webinar: How Shared Development Is Driving the Automotive Industry

The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project is hosting a free webinar called “Open Source Automotive: How Shared Development Will Drive the Industry Forward.” The hour-long event, which starts at 11am on Wednesday, November 9, will be led by Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of the...
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Car Manufacturers Cooperate to Build the Car of the Future

Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is a project of the Linux Foundation dedicated to creating open source software solutions for the automobile industry. It also leverages the ten billion dollar investment in the Linux kernel. The work of the AGL project enables software developers to keep pace with the...
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