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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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Amazon's Alexa Takes Open-Source Route to Beat Google Into Cars

Amazon engineers are working with Nuance Communications Inc. and Voicebox Technologies Corp. to write code that makes in-vehicle apps compatible with several speech-recognition technologies, eliminating the need for developers to make multiple versions.  The catch is that the cars must use ...
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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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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 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 Grade Linux
The Automotive Grade Linux project has released the second version of its Unified Code Base (UCB) distribution for in-vehicle infotainment.

Automotive Grade Linux Releases 2.0 Spec Amid Growing Support

The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project, which is developing a “Linux-based, open platform for the connected car,” announced the release of the second version of its Unified Code Base (UCB) distribution for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI). The latest version adds features like...
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Open Source Linux a Step Closer to Automotive Use

The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project announced the release of its Unified Code Base 2.0, implementing new in-vehicle entertainment support desired by automakers and drivers. The new code base adds support for audio routing, rear-seat entertainment systems and apps. It follows the version 1.0...
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Driving Cars Into The Future with Linux

I don't think much about it while I'm driving, but I sure do love that my car is equipped with a system that lets me use a few buttons and my voice to call my wife, mom, and children. That same system allows me to choose whether I listen to music streaming from the cloud, satellite radio, or the...
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Automotive Grade Linux: An Open-Source Platform for the Entire Car Industry

Automotive Grade Linux could be the answer to today’s woefully fragmented, often frustrating automotive operating-system landscape. A project of the Linux Foundation, AGL is currently focused on providing an operating system for in-vehicle infotainment consoles. But its backers envision an OS that...
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