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Automotive Presentations

PipeWire: The New Multimedia Service, Now Ready for Automotive [ELC 2020]

Presenter: Julian Bouzas, Collabora
Summary: This presentation talks about "PipeWire", the New
Multimedia Service, now ready for Automotive.

Adopting Linux on BMW - The Long Road to Integrate Linux as Mainline Platform [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Helio Chissini de Castro, BMW
Summary: This presentation talks about how to build, integrate and test Embedded
Linux for an automotive platform. The speaker shares how the system was
integrated on the middle of the process and the steps to be done to achieve
the full platform that will drive our customers for a bright car future.

Open Source V2X Library [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Steve Kwon, Wayties, Inc
Summary: This talk will provide a brief overview V2X technology and introduce
open source implemented V2X library supporting both of DSRC/WAVE and C-V2X.
It also covers the concept architecture and shows basic examples using this
library and latest V2X chipset based hardware.

Aktualizr-lite: Be Secure and Never use /bin/dd Again [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Andrew Doan & Ricardo Salveti, Foundries.io
Summary: This talk provides and overview of Aktualizr -- which is a project
implementing the Automotive industry’s Uptane specification. This talk
also discusses how Aktualizr can handle updates using OSTree.

Sensors and PWM Control from Linux [ELC 2019]

Presenter: Michael Anderson, The PTR Group, LLC
Summary: This tutorial will outline the importance of sensor systems which
are used for in autonomous control. It will also present techniques
for ensuring rock-solid PWM control followed by live demos.

BoF: Automotive Grade Linux Developer Community [ELC 2020] [ELC 2019] [ELCE 2019] [ELCE 2018]

Presenter: Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Summary: This is a BoF session on Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) Community.

Building Safe Systems with Linux [ELCE 2018]

Presenter: Nicholas McGuire, OpenTech
Summary: The challenge is mapping the intent of functional safety standards
to the concrete properties, capabilities, and limits of Linux. This
talk shows the project's approach to compliance.

Automotive Grade Linux on Raspberry Pi: How Does It Work? [ELC 2020]

Presenter: Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group
Summary: This presentation talks about different aspects on porting
AGL on Raspberry Pi.

Contributing to Automotive Grade Linux and GENIVI Development Platform [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Lean Anavi
Summary: In this presentation, the presenter will review recent events in
the automotive development community, provide comparison between the
two projects - AGL and GDP, reveal contribution guidelines and
hopefully will encourage the community to contribute more to the upstream.

How We Added Software Updates to AGL [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Phil Wise, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Summary: This presentation will cover how remote update mechanism was implemented in
AGL to support OTA and continuous integration builds.

Contributing to Automotive Grade Linux and GENIVI Development Platform [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Lean Anavi
Summary: This presentation provides information about Automotive Grade Linux (AGL)
and GENIVI Development Platform (GDP).

Securing the Connected Car [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Eystein Stenberg, Mender.io
Summary: This presentation will discuss the opportunity of connected cars and walk the
audience some of the topics like: what OEM’s have for connected vehicles,
over-the-air (OTA) software updates, the anatomy of the Jeep Cherokee hack,
best practices on delivering OTA software updates with failover management.

Linux You Can Drive My Car [ELC 2017]

Presenter: Walt Miner, Linux Foundation
Summary: This presentation provides an update on the latest AGL release (Charming Chinook),
the roadmap for 2017 and demonstration of the latest software running on a RPI3.

Hit the Open Road with Automotive Grade Linux [ELCE 2017]

Presenter: Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Summary: This presentation provides an update on the latest AGL release
(Daring Dab), the roadmap for 2017-18, and demonstration of the
latest software running on a Raspberry Pi 3.

Building a Remote Control Robot with Automotive Grade Linux [ELCE 2017]

Presenter: Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group
Summary: The talk will provide guidelines for integration of additional software,
sensors and other peripheral hardware device in a headless AGL profile.

Open Sesame! Why Functional Safety is the Master Key to Open the Door for Linux into Automotive Systems [ELCE 2017]

Presenter: Nico Peper, Bosch Engineering GmbH
Summary: This presentation will discuss a possible way to realize an ASIL B
(Automotive Safety Integrity Level) system level for an embedded Linux
based V2X system. The session also discusses multi layered safety concept
for the system which fulfills state of the art automotive development requirements.

State of AGL: Plumbing and Services [ELCE 2017]

Presenter: Matt Porter & Scott Murray, Konsulko
Summary: This session looks at the current State of Automotive Grade
Linux system level software support. This talk will explore the
state of the current Dab release as well as the upcoming Eel release.

Open Source in Every Car with Automotive Grade Linux [ELC 2016] [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Summary: The presenter will provide an update on the latest AGL activities
including the Agile Albacore release and ongoing work targeting the next
release. It will also show how and where developers can contribute to AGL.

GDP-ivi9 What's New in the Open Source Demo Platform for Automotive [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Augustin Bethencourt, Codethink
Summary: The session will focus on the technical aspects, describing the open
source components of the middle-ware developed by GENIVI for automotive
use cases, how to download and run GDP-ivi9 for different targets or how
to build it from scratch, together with technical challenges faced during this update.

Keynote: How the Automotive World Can Embrace IoT and Unlock New Opportunities and Experiences [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Peter Virk, Jaguar Land Rover
Summary: This session talks concepts and requirements common to both
IoT and Automotive like signals, sensors, connected devices
and how both domains can unlock and learn from each other.

Automotive Collaboration: What's Really Going On? Has Something Improved During the Last Year? [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Paul Sherwood, Codethink Ltd
Summary: Following last year's panel at ELCE, this presentation aims to
look at what has changed/improved 'on the ground' in this new
collaborative environment during the last year.

Open Source for Automotive Developed in the Open becomes Real: GENIVI Development Platform [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Agustin Benito Bethencourt, Codethink Ltd
Summary: This session will focus the presentation on technical aspects,
describing the new components developed by GENIVI, how to download,
run and build GDP as well as how to contribute to GDP 10.

Building and Testing an Automotive Platform - How Automotive Grade Linux is Built and Tested [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Jan-Simon Möller, Automotive Grade Linux / The Linux Foundation
Summary: This talk will give a comprehensive description of ZRAM and its counterpart,
zswap, a summary of pros and cons of both. This talk will also cover a brand
new z3fold compressed memory allocator which can be used for both zswap and ZRAM.

Continuous Integration and Testing of a Yocto Project Based Automotive Head Unit [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Mario Domenech Goulart & Mikko Rapeli, BMW
Summary: This presentation talks about some of the solutions and challenges of
setting up and running a Continuous Integration and Testing system in
a large automotive development project based on Yocto Project.

Creating a Truly Open Automotive Distribution with Automotive Grade Linux [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Walt Miner, Linux Foundation
Summary: This presentation talks about what AGL is compares it with other
alternative platforms like Genivi, QNX, Google and Apple.

You Are Here: GENIVI's Location-Based Services in Embedded Automotive Systems [ELCE 2015]

Presenter: Jeremiah Foster, GENIVI
Summary: This session talks about location based services on Embedded
Automotive systems using GENIVI.

Embedded Linux Takes on the Hard Problems of Automotive [ELC 2013]

Presenter: Alison Chaiken, Mentor Embedded Software Division
Summary: This session talks about some of the hard problems to be consider
for Automotive like Networking and IPC.