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Automotive Grade Linux Moves to UCB 3.0

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CES 2017: Automotive Grade Linux OTA Solution Ready for Renesas R-Car platform

CES 2017: Automotive Grade Linux OTA Solution Ready for Renesas R-Car platform

– “Together with our partner ATS, we have developed a software implementation to embed ATS’s server/client OTA solution into Renesas Electronics’s ‘R-Car’ IVI SoC for connected cars.Based on this proof of concept, we will start building open source system-level technology for our automotive-embedded ‘R-Car’ series,” says Shigenobu Ishikawa, Director of Technology Center, Hagiwara Electric.”Having the support of chipset manufacturers and distributors to integrate AGL, GENIVI and ATS’s technology into automotive-grade hardware demonstrates the increasing traction of open source in the industry,” says Arthur Taylor, CTO of ATS Advanced Telematic Systems.

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Automotive Grade Linux will be the backbone of your connected car

Automotive Grade Linux will be the backbone of your connected car

– Creating a backend for a secure, reliable, and expandable infotainment system is costly and time consuming.The Linux Foundation, a non-profit organization, has set out to promote and advance the Linux operating system in commercial products.Automotive Grade Linux, or AGL, is a group within the Foundation that seeks to apply a Linux backend to a number of automotive applications in a variety of vehicles from various suppliers and manufacturers.AGL’s goal is to create a common, unifying framework that allows developers and manufacturers to easily implement applications across platforms.

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Automotive Grade Linux Moves to UCB 3.0

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, some of which will ship in cars this year.The AGL also announced Daimler AG as its 10th carmaker member of the group, and the first German manufacturer.

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