The keynote speaker for Automotive Linux Summit to be held on 24-25 October in Edinburgh, UK. This event is focused on Linux and open source technologies for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), driver assistance, car internet connected (connected cars), and many more, and will display the "hacker's lounge" where developers can test their code and try new applications on the console-based Tizen IVI.
The Automotive Linux Summit aims to assemble "systems engineer, Linux experts, R & D managers, business executives, specialist licensing and customisation, and a community of developers from the open source community and the automobile." Talks key to the event will be delivered by leading players in the automotive industry, including Toyota, Bosch, Peugeot Citroen, Jaguar, and Ford.
- Toyota Motor Corporation Executive Program Manager Kenichi Murata - "Challenges to Develop IVI Software with Linux."
- Bosch's Head of the Center of Competence for Open Source Software Dr. Maria CristinaCaldarola - "Dealing with Open Source in the Automotive Industry - How to Take Advantage of Opportunities By Minimizing Legal Risks."
- PSA Peugeot Citroen's General Manager and President Philippe Gicquel GENIVI Alliance - "GENIVI Open Source Adoption Drives for In-Vehicle Infotainment."
- GENIVI Alliance's Vice President and Jaguar Land Rover Technical Specialist Matt Jones - "Prototype to Development: A Linux-Based In-Vehicle Infotainment System."
- International Expert in 3D Data Collection & Navigation and Elektrobit Automotive's Marek Strassenburg-Kleciak - "OpenStreetMap - New Ways? Integration of 3D Data and Possibilities of Automated Data Collection. "
- Suntec Software's Chief Operating Officer Eagle Wang - "Next Generation IVI Systems Design: A Blueprint for Car Makers & Tier 1 Suppliers."
Some of the main sessions:
- "What to Look for In An Open Source Solution for IVI," Adam Abramski, Product Manager, Tizen IVI, Intel Corp.. & Brett Branch, Tizen Automotive Product Marketing Engineer, Intel
- "Enhancing In-Car User Experience With Virtual Device Architecture, Using Non-Proprietary and Open Source Standards," Tomasz Fidecki, Senior Business Developer, brightONE
- "The Conduit Mobile: Delivery of Advanced Automotive Services Through the Phone," Jacek Serafinski, Senior Research Scientist, Co-Owner, Zylia
- "SmartDeviceLink: A Standard for Smartphone Apps Integration," Yuriy Shvalik, Luxoft, supports development for Ford
- "Xen on ARM - Virtualization for the Automotive Industry," Stefano Stabellini, Principal Software Engineer, Citrix
Further details about the Automotive Linux Summit is available at the official website of Automotive Linux Summit , with a detailed schedule here