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Did You Know Linux Is in Your TV?

From humble beginnings, Linux has been adopted for everything from low-power electronics to supercomputers running in space. It is able to do this because of its versatility and the openness of the Linux community to entertain new use-cases. The multiplier effect of community software development...
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In-Vehicle Computers Run Linux on Apollo Lake

Lanner’s Linux-friendly V3 Series of Apollo Lake based in-vehicle computers includes V3G and V3S models with -40 to 70°C and MIL-STD-810G ruggedization. The V3S adds a third mini-PCIe slot and 4x PoE-ready GbE ports for IP cameras.Lanner has launched the first two models in a rugged new V3 Series...
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Automotive LInux
Share your knowledge and expertise with industry-leading developers, architects and executives at Automotive Linux Summit and Open Source Summit Japan. Submit your proposal by March 18.

Speak at Automotive Linux Summit & OS Summit Japan — 4 Days Left to Submit a Proposal

Automotive Linux Summit (ALS) connects the developers, vendors, and users driving innovation in Automotive Linux. Co-located with Open Source Summit Japan, ALS will gather over 1,000 attendees from global companies leading and accelerating the development and adoption of a fully open software stack...
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AGL
The Automotive Grade Linux Project is at CES2018 Tuesday-Friday.

This Week in Open Source News: CES 2018 Advances Crucial Tech Conversations Yet Again

This week in open source news, the Consumer Electronics Show has us looking forward to connected cars and smart cities. Read on to learn how AGL is helping steer the course.  1) Automotive Grade Linux (AGL,) a Linux Foundation Project, makes a splash at CES 2018. Here’s every company developing...
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How Open Source is Transforming the Automotive Industry

One key benefit of open source is its ability to enable rapid innovation. Collaborating on non-competitive pieces of technology frees up resources, enabling companies to focus more on developing new products and services. We are seeing this play out now in the automotive industry as automakers are...
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Auto Grade Linux
Toyota has adopted the AGL platform for its next-generation infotainment system, debuting in the 2018 Toyota Camry in the United States. (Image: Courtesy Automotive Grade Linux)

Automotive Grade Linux Moves to UCB 4.0, Launches Virtualization Workgroup

The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project released Unified Code Base (UCB) 4.0 (“Daring Dab”) for Linux-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems, and added seven new members. The open source group also launched a new virtualization working group that will enable new UCB...
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In his keynote presentation at Automotive Linux Summit, AGL director Dan Cauchy proudly announced that the 2018 Toyota Camry will offer an in-vehicle infotainment system based on AGL’s UCB.

Linux Rolls Out to Most Toyota and Lexus Vehicles in North America

At the recent Automotive Linux Summit, held May 31 to June 2 in Tokyo, The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project had one of its biggest announcements in its short history: The first automobile with AGLs open source Linux based Unified Code Base (UCB) infotainment stack will hit...
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The latest Camry is powered by Automotive Grade Linux. Toyota's VP Keiji Yamamoto explains that the platform will provide "greater connectivity and new functionalities at a pace that is more consistent with consumer technology," in a recent press release.

This Week in Open Source: New Toyota Camry Powered AGL, Sudo Vulnerability Patches & More

This week in Linux and OSS news, the 2018 Toyota Camry infotainment system is powered by Automotive Grade Linux, high severity Sudo vulnerability gets patched, and more! Read on to stay in the open source know.  1) The 2018 Toyota Camry will come loaded with Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) and Entune...
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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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