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Monday, May 27
 

9:00am

Registration
Monday May 27, 2013 9:00am - 10:30am
4th Floor Foyer

10:30am

Opening Keynote - Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation

Hear from Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin as he talks about the progress made in Automotive Linux and what to expect in 2013.


Speakers
JZ

Jim Zemlin

Executive Director, The Linux Foundation


Monday May 27, 2013 10:30am - 11:00am
Jupiter

11:00am

Automotive Industry’s Challenges to the New Paradigm from Legacy IVI - Toshiro Muramatsu, Chief Service Specialist, Vehicle Information Technology Division, Nissan

Since AM radio came into the car, in-vehicle entertainment and infotainmenthas grown up continuously. In early stage, vehicle industry had brought inconsumer entertainment electronics, such as radio, music cassette, CD player,TV and so on. Two epoch making infotainment systems were born in the car,such as navigation system and Telematics. And now, both entertainment andinfotainment systems have full of functionalities. In addition to those embeddedsystems, smartphone has brought in another way of infotainment. It’s a newparadigm, on the other hand, development volume and complexity of systemsare getting bigger and bigger. This keynote expresses what automotive industryhas challenged to, what items should be considered to provide such a complexsystems, how we should challenge to new paradigm.


Speakers
avatar for Toshiro Muramatsu

Toshiro Muramatsu

Deputy General Manager, Vehicle Information Technology Division, NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.
Toshiro Muramatsu started to work for NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. in 1991.as a research engineer of Nissan Research Center. Since then, ToshiroMuramatsu has researched collision avoidance radar sensors, in-vehiclemultimedia system, advanced concept on Electric Vehicle, advanced service... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 11:00am - 11:30am
Jupiter

11:30am

Lunch Break
Monday May 27, 2013 11:30am - 1:00pm
TBA

1:00pm

Open Source & Innovation in the Auto Industry: Maximizing Benefits, Minimizing Challenges - Andrew Aitken, Olliance Group, a Black Duck division

Open source-led innovation revolutionized the mobile industry and, with the GENIVI Alliance and Linux Foundation leading the charge, the automotive industry is poised for the same kind of change. We know tapping the potential of open source and its community can speed innovation and increase efficiency, but it is also part of a complex ecosystem that must be proactively managed. With nearly 1 million open source projects available, complexity inevitably arises, including selecting the right code, evaluating and managing OSS licenses and obligations, ensuring compliance with company policies, and efficiently conveying software component information through the automotive supply chain.


Speakers
avatar for Andrew Aitken

Andrew Aitken

GM & SVP, Olliance Group, a Black Duck division
Andrew Aitken is the Founder and Senior Vice President of Olliance Consulting, a division of Black Duck. He is a recognized expert on strategies for the commercialization of open source and has been a leader in the open source community for nearly 10 years. Andrew has more than 20... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Orchid 1 & 2

1:00pm

Going Along with Linux and the Open Community - Satoru Ueda, Japan OSS Promotion Forum, Chair of Embedded System Sub-Committee, Sony Corporation

Now, no one must be doubtful for Linux and the related OSS are irreplaceable software fundamentals for consumer electronics and mobile products. However think about 10 years ago, when some of CE vendors made strategic decision to use Linux for the operating system for the products, only few people believed in because of Linux at that moment did not so much take account of the use for those embedded products. It is our great appreciation to the Linux community which has been helping us since then.

 In this session, we would like to review our past steps to make Linux as such important technology fundamental and discuss what we should do to advance this ideal situation toward future. Especially many of Japanese developers seem to have minorities to collaborate with the international open communities which are not only because of the language barrier but also some social psychological back ground. I would like to introduce those aspects based on my 10 years experience and discuss about what we should overcome and help those Japanese developers. I wish this session to become helpful automotive industry people who are working together with the international open community.


Speakers
SU

Satoru Ueda

From early 2003, Satoru Ueda has been engaged in a project to widely use Linux for consumer electronics appliances. In the project he has been supporting to establish and enhance collaborative relationship between the community and the embedded system developers. At the same time... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Mars

1:00pm

kdbus - Interprocess Communication for the Modern World - Greg Kroah-Hartman, The Linux Foundation

This talk will go into a short overview of the existing interprocess communication methods that Linux has, and then dive into the reasons why we created another one, kdbus.  It will describe what kdbus is, what it is not, and why it matters to the Automotive development community.


Speakers
GK

Greg Kroah-Hartman

The Linux Foundation
Bio Coming Soon


Monday May 27, 2013 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Orchid 3

1:00pm

HTML5 Applications made easy on Tizen IVI - Brian Jones, Intel Open Source Technology Center

IVI systems can vary greatly from car to car in both hardware and software. However, almost all IVI systems have a web browser. If you are developing applications for IVI, HTML based applications are becoming an attractive alternative to native. Developers are able to create applications that run on multiple systems without lengthy code re-writes. These applications can even be used on other types of hardware such as phones and tablets, allowing your user experience to flow between devices. As web APIs become more robust, the abilities of web apps are more closely matched to those of native applications. This discussion is aimed at developers who are interested in learning about HTML development on IVI. We will be discussing just how far HTML can take you and demonstrate how quickly you can develop, package, and install web apps using the Tizen IVI tools and platform.


Speakers
BJ

Brian Jones

Software Engineer, Intel
Brian Jones is a Software Engineer working on the ZJS project, which helps bring JavaScript to the IoT space. Since joining the Intel Open Source Technology Center nearly a decade ago, he has been involved in numerous open source projects.


Monday May 27, 2013 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Soleil

2:00pm

Embedded Linux Productization: An Insider's View - Alexander Kaliadin, Cogent Embedded Inc.

Embedded Linux has experienced a dramatic transformation driven by the community efforts and commercial vendors contribution. What is a measurable impact on Linux maturity and robustness by each of these factors and how it affects Tier1s engagement models with software vendors? The presentation provides an embedded industry insider's view and explains why classical Roll-Your-Own vs Commercial dilemma is no longer relevant. In the closing section discussion transitions towards Linux quality and why automated testing might be your next big thing. Practical examples of building automated test suites out of OSS components are provided along with useful statistics derived from past applications. Presentation is geared towards solution architects, project and program managers, solution analysts, supply chain managers, quality managers.


Speakers
avatar for Alexander Kaliadin, Cogent Embedded Inc.

Alexander Kaliadin, Cogent Embedded Inc.

Cogent Embedded Inc.
Alexander Kaliadin is a Business Development Manager for Cogent Embedded Inc. Prior to working at Cogent Embedded he spent 12 years working for MontaVista Software and it's partner companies. In his role of EMEA Professional Services Alexander has been responsible for shaping and... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Orchid 1 & 2

2:00pm

Linux Powered Clusters - Road Less Travelled - Prashant Deshpande, KPIT Cummins Infosystems Limited

GNU/Linux is one of the most scalable OS and one wonders why it can’t power contemporary automotive Instrument Clusters. GNU/Linux is already powering In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems. The same HMI & user experience is possible on Instrument Cluster. Additionally, Instrument Cluster needs more real time responsiveness and is a critical component of any vehicle. Recent GNU/Linux kernel has an in-built Real-time personality. It can provide Instrument Clusters with a progressive platform spanning multiple feature-sets while significantly reducing Development and Test Cycles. From Hybrid to reconfigurable & futuristic Instrument Clusters, GNU/Linux can power all. This paper discusses suitability, common concerns, challenges & adoption strategies of GNU/Linux for Instrument Clusters. Audience: Product & Engineering managers looking forward to GNU/Linux as potential OS Solution


Speakers
PD

Prashant Deshpande

Prashant has 20+ years experience in the industry and works as AVP & Practice Leader for Instrument Cluster on the Automotive Business Unit of KPIT Cummins, India.


Monday May 27, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Mars

2:00pm

Who can do what for your Linux Development? - Hisao Munakata, Renesas

When you adopted commercial software for your development, its support model might be relatively simple. If you pay money, someone provides a support for you. However this model does not apply for opensource as it is not developed by a single entity. Linux development is shared effort contributed by a broad range of global developers, and it is delivered as the no-warranty basis. I wonder IVI developers who start using opensource, may have confusion about a support scheme. Linux kernel community does not care for each product development, and you cannot send your question to the community mailing list. Then, who can help you? Of course, Linux is already adopted in various mission critical scenes, and it implies there exist some supporting structure. In this session, I will introduce who are doing what for Linux and how you can find a solution for your embedded Linux system.


Speakers
avatar for Hisao Munakata

Hisao Munakata

Senior Director, Renesas Electronics Corporation
Munakata is an Advisory Board member of AGL, and board of director of Linux Foundation. He has been working for embedded Linux development including upstreaming, BSP development and customer support for over 20 years. Also, talked at many Linux Foundation events and other opportunities... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Orchid 3

2:00pm

Adding Native Application in Tizen App FW - Dominig ar Foll, Intel

Tizen application framework has been designed around the support of Web Run time applications and EFL application.


In some specific use case other type of Application need to be added.


The presentation will start by explaining how the Tizen 2.1 Application Framework is architecture and will then expand on what needs to be done to add support to Application which are neither based on the Web Run Time (WRT) nor on the EFL framework.


We will detail the requirement for the different facet of the App FW :
- installation/removal
- Launch
- Intel App service declaration and usage
- Signal passing
- Unified system configuration
- Security implication


Speakers
avatar for Dominig ar Foll

Dominig ar Foll

Lead Software Architect, Intel Open Source
Dominig Ar Foll (Dominique Le Foll) holds a Master degree in Computer Science from the French School ESAT in Paris. He started as a research engineer for ten years before joining the Telecom Industry. Dominig has also won several patents in Europe, US and Asia. He currently works... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Soleil

3:00pm

Afternoon Break
Monday May 27, 2013 3:00pm - 3:30pm
TBA

3:30pm

Web Standards - What do they Mean for the Automotive Industry? - Adam Abramski, Intel; Sam Sugimoto, W3C

More and more of the world's developers are using web technology to create interesting, engaging and intriguing applications. They are looking at web technology as a cross platform language in which to write their apps. How do web standards help developers and in building an ecosystem? How can the automotive industry leverage the mobile app ecosystems? What do web standards mean to the automotive industry and how can it drive innovation? What problems can it solve? Who's interested and participating now? Should your company get involved and if so why? In this presentation, I plan to cover all these questions, as well as, to discuss what automotive web standards activities are already underway. Finally, I'll identify which web specifications could use some help, direction and influence from the automotive industry.


Speakers
avatar for Adam Abramski

Adam Abramski

Product Manager, Tizen IVI, Intel
Adam has 28 years of experience working in high tech. He first started at LSI Logic as a Computer Operator while working full time on getting his B.S. in Computer Science. For 13 of those 27 years, Adam spent working at Sun Microsystems in multiple disciplines from Engineering to... Read More →
SS

Sam Sugimoto

Osamu "Sam" Sugimoto is the Asia Business Development Leader at W3CKeio University. In 1993 while he was working as a visiting scholar at Stanford University Electrical Engineering Department, he pioneered eCommerce in Japan specializing in selling books and media productsinto the... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Orchid 1 & 2

3:30pm

Silver Bullet of Virtualization (Pitfalls, Challenges and Concerns) Continued - Artemi Ivanov, Cogent Embedded

Ability to combine multiple software stacks on a single die is an attractive alternative to complex, distributed infotainment designs. It helps to save physical space, lower power consumption and heat generation, contributing to overall cost reduction of development, qualification and production. Until recently paravirtualization was the only solution to address safety and security concerns when combining multiple functions on a single SOC. Modern ARM virtualization extensions allow to implement CPU virtualization in a transparent way for existing software. However, it opens a new set of problems to solve: complexities of safe I/O and peripherals sharing, power management, big.LITTLE impact. This presentation will cover most common challenges and pitfalls of virtualization in automotive/IVI space. It is targeted at engineers/architects/managers involved in automotive platforms design.


Speakers
AI

Artemi Ivanov

Cogent Embedded, Inc.
Artemi Ivanov is a Managing Director at Cogent Embedded. Prior to starting Cogent Embedded he held various Tech Lead / Engineering Management roles at MontaVista, Embedded Alley and Mentor Graphics. For the past few years he has been helping industrial, avionics and automotive ODM/OEMs... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Mars

3:30pm

Solution Approach in Migration from RTOS to Linux in Development of Embedded Systems - Hiroto Imamura, NTT DATA

Linux has been used in mobile phones for over ten years. In a paradigm change of mobile phone platform from RTOS to Linux , developers have faced and tried to solve various challenges such as boot time optimization, architectural design, efficient debug method, system integration management, and security. In IVI product design, developers would face same challenges as ones did before in mobile phone area, as IVI and mobile phone are similar embedded systems such that have limited system resources on which developers should realize system requirements and functional specifications. This presentation introduces some technics and/or methods for the challenges, and would help for developers in automotive area.


Speakers
avatar for Hiroto Imamura

Hiroto Imamura

Deputy Head of Connected Strategy Office, NTT DATA MSE Corporation
Hiroto Imamura is a technical manager in NTT DATA MSE Corporation. He had engaged in Linux-based mobile phone development, and provided professional service for architecture design, performance optimization, security, and system debugging.  Recently, he provides business solution... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Orchid 3

3:30pm

Experiences Developing a Wayland Based IVI HMI - Ossama Othman, Intel

Implementing an IVI human-machine interface involves dealing with issues related to interactions between the user, HMI applications, and the HMI framework itself. This presentation focuses on the graphical side of those issues, and discusses experiences in development of a simple Wayland based HMI display server. Details on IVI HMI Wayland protocol design and the corresponding display server implementation will be presented. This presentation is intended for experienced C/C++ developers with interests in Linux based automotive HMI technology. Ossama Othman is a Senior Software Engineer at Intel, is the Tizen IVI Media & Graphics lead, and has presented at several conferences, including the 2012 Automotive Linux Summit and OMG Real-Time Workshops.


Speakers
OO

Ossama Othman

Senior Software Engineer, Intel - Open Source Technology Center
Ossama Othman is a Senior Software Engineer at Intel, and has presented at several conferences, including the Automotive Linux Summits, Tizen Developers Conference and OMG Real-Time Workshops.


Monday May 27, 2013 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Soleil

4:30pm

How Does HTML5 Help Automakers Reduce the Costs of SW Development and Upgrade? - Jade Moon, Obigo

As the expectation from consumers for more infotainment system capabilities and services is rising, the automotive software is becoming more complex. This trend leads to significant and continuous cost increases to develop the ever more complex system and maintain software more difficultly. Thanks to the latest HTML5 technology and the OMA(Open Mobile Alliance) download protocol, the software of ECU(Electronic Control Unit) and infotainment system can be updated through mobile networks and Wi-Fi connectivity. The back-end server generates differential SW data and deliver them to clients. All transactions are strictly secured and stable by use of HTTPS
and an authentication mechanism. The car consumers will be able to download updated software with or without their awareness. Additionally, automakers will be able to provide the up-to-dated services with consumers at considerably lower costs.


Speakers
JM

Jade Moon

Obigo
Jade Moon at OBIGO Inc. - the world's leading provider of web-based services and software solution for automotive/consumer electronics/mobile industry - has been working for more than 8 years at OBIGO, starting from a senior software engineer and now being in charge of product deliveries... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Orchid 1 & 2

4:30pm

Application Oriented Computer Vision Pipelines for Automotive Industry - Oytun Eren Sengul & Karem Caliskan, InfoDif

When we think cars, we're uncomfortable about their technology and security. That's why we thought how can we integrate our different type of imaging technologies to automotive industry. We've got some questions and solutions with today's technology:
Who used my car by face recognition and steering wheel lock whilst not define driver into?
How my fuel downs half, kids?
Your car will sense insecure driver coming from back and warn you about that and recognize that car's license plate, may take photo shoot and notify it to police. This feature could be at all public vehicles. For example, if public buses has this feature, they may recognize cars whose are parking in a wrong places and take a photos of them. Detecting location and defines there is no parking at highways. Industry leaders and general audience can expect to get these features into their cars and doesn't include technical level.


Speakers
avatar for Kerem CALISKAN & Oytun Eren SENGUL

Kerem CALISKAN & Oytun Eren SENGUL

InfoDif & TizenTurkey
InfoDif is a Turkish R&D company founded in 2007 by a young, dynamic and highly-educated team. We are specialized in image processing and video analysis software development for several fields including military and civil security, retail and medical imaging. Tizen Turkey is ongoing... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Mars

4:30pm

Linux Bluetooth IVI - João Paulo Rechi Vita, INdT

This talk will present the latest improvements on the Linux support for the Bluetooth profiles that are most relevant in the IVI world: HFP, which provides wireless handsfree calling, and AVRCP+A2DP, which provides wireless audio streaming and controlling. There are several components of the Linux infrastructure involved in supporting these profiles, and the presenter has been actively contributing to improve this support.


Speakers
avatar for João Paulo Rechi Vita

João Paulo Rechi Vita

Software Engineer, INdT
João Paulo is an active contributor of BlueZ since 2008. He has worked with A2DP, HFP, AVRCP, HoG, Bluetooth Low Energy, among others. He has also worked on PulseAudio, oFono, and a few other FOSS projects. He now works as a Software Engineer in the Connectivity Team at INdT.


Monday May 27, 2013 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Orchid 3

4:30pm

Vehicle Automation on Tizen: A Case Study - Kevron Rees, Intel

Vehicle automation is a hot topic when discussing the future of IVI. This session discusses how Tizen IVI can be used to do vehicle automation, the API's available, and discuss the results of an actual attempt at experimental vehicle automation. API topics include AMB DBus API and the tizen vehicle web API. Automation topics include proximity-based security, facial recognition, always-on computing, remote access/remote start, vehicle power management, text to speech, and more.


Speakers
KR

Kevron Rees

Tizen IVI Developer, Intel Corporation
Kevron has been working in automotive open source for 8 years. Kevron currently works at Intel on Tizen IVI and is one of the editors in the W3C automotive business group.


Monday May 27, 2013 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Soleil

5:30pm

Panel - The Open Paradigm - A Tectonic Shift in the Automotive Industry - Matt Jones, Jaguar Land Rover; Hisao Munakata, Renesas; Ken-Ichi Murata,Toyota; Kazuo Tsubouchi, DENSO; Rudolf Streif, The Linux Foundation (Moderator)

Henry Ford revolutionized car manufacturing through the introduction of the moving conveyor belt. With Kanban and just-in-time Japanese car companies extended the conveyor belt beyond the boundaries of their own factories to their suppliers. During over 100 years of continuous supply chain integration the automotive industry became a highly optimized and well-functioning closed ecosystem of OEMs and their suppliers. This is about to change!


For the first time in its history the industry is looking beyond this ecosystem to reinvent itself by learning from the the IT, telecommunications and consumer electronics industries. The most successful companies of these industries have embraced open source and open collaboration to accelerate product development to better serve their markets.


Join our expert panel with Matt Jones (Jaguar Land Rover), Hisao Munakata (Renesas), Kenichi Murata (Toyota) and Kazuo Tsubouchi (Denso) for a lively discussion on how the "open paradigm" will revolutionize the automotive industry.


Moderators
avatar for Rudolf Streif

Rudolf Streif

Director of Embedded Solutions, The Linux Foundation
As the Linux Foundation's Director of Embedded Solutions Rudolf Streif connects companies seeking to leverage Linux and open source for embedded product development with open source communities. He is leading the Linux Foundation's Automotive Grade Linux collaboration project, an... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover & Vice President at GENIVI
Join Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, as he discusses a new era of automotive history. By opening up the software design process for in-vehicle infotainment and inviting developers and engineers around the globe to participate and collaborate in automotive... Read More →
avatar for Hisao Munakata

Hisao Munakata

Senior Director, Renesas Electronics Corporation
Munakata is an Advisory Board member of AGL, and board of director of Linux Foundation. He has been working for embedded Linux development including upstreaming, BSP development and customer support for over 20 years. Also, talked at many Linux Foundation events and other opportunities... Read More →
avatar for Ken-Ichi Murata

Ken-Ichi Murata

Project General Manager, Toyota Motor Corporation
Ken-ichi Murata is a Project General Manager at Electronics Development Division 1 in Toyota. He graduated Keio University, and after finishing PhD study in Computer Science, he joined Sony Computer Science Laboratories Inc. as a computer science researcher. In 2000, he moved to Sony... Read More →
avatar for Kazuo Tsubouchi

Kazuo Tsubouchi

General Manager, Denso Corp
Kazuo Tsubouchi started to work for DENSO Corp. in 2001. as a softwareengineer of DENSO Navigation system.Since then, he has been working for device driver, middleware andoperating system related software.He has developed such kind of software running on WindowCE, RTOS, Linux.And... Read More →


Monday May 27, 2013 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Jupiter

6:30pm

Evening Reception
Monday May 27, 2013 6:30pm - 8:00pm
TBA
 
Tuesday, May 28
 

9:00am

Registration
Tuesday May 28, 2013 9:00am - 9:30am
4th Floor Foyer

9:30am

Automotive Crowdsourcing - Enabling Collaboration beyond Customer Surveys, Focus Groups and Industry Consortia - Matt Jones, Jaguar Land Rover

Imagine directly participating in the development and engineering of the next generation of your favorite vehicle make and model. Imagine working with automotive companies outside the traditional supply chain. Imagine developing cool new applications that directly interact with in-vehicle systems. Imagine designing a sophisticated user interface for in-vehicle infotainment.
Since the inception of the motor vehicle and throughout its history until today, modifying and improving their ride has inspired many enthusiasts and created a large ecosystem of suppliers, professional and hobby garages, car shows and much more. However, these efforts have been limited to aftermarket, mechanical and, to some extend, electrical modifications.

Join Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, as he discusses a new era of automotive history. By opening up the software design process for in-vehicle infotainment and inviting developers and engineers around the globe to participate and collaborate in automotive open source projects, the whole automotive community is going to mark another milestone. In his keynote Matt will outline how Automotive Grade Linux and making source code, ready-to-run system images, documentation and more will enable a era of broad collaboration that extends much beyond the automotive industry itself and traditional market research.

 


Speakers
avatar for Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover & Vice President at GENIVI
Join Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, as he discusses a new era of automotive history. By opening up the software design process for in-vehicle infotainment and inviting developers and engineers around the globe to participate and collaborate in automotive... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 9:30am - 10:00am
Jupiter

10:00am

Platform for MY16 Car Infotainment and Beyond - Masayasu Yoshida, Renesas

In this session, Masa Yoshida will present latest silicon platfrom for Car Infotainment, especially targeted MY16 and beyond.


Speakers
MY

Masayusa Yoshida

Senior Manager, Renesas Electronics Corp.
Masa Yoshida is responsible for solution development and marketing of car infotainment at Renesas Electronics. He has worked as an application engineer for consumer SoCs, led the Internet Appliance Laboratory at NEC, and developed the first Linux-based platform on VR series, MIPS-based... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 10:00am - 10:30am
Jupiter

10:30am

Morning Break
Tuesday May 28, 2013 10:30am - 11:00am
TBA

11:00am

Adapt Android to a Vehicle Environment: A Driving-Assistant Use Case - Arnaud Dupuis, Genymobile

The driving assistant is used by its users to share fixed, traffic light and mobile camera locations, speed limits, traffic incidents and more. Genymobile has been building a new driving assistant including also a full IVI system, running on Android. For this to work, the Android system had to be modified to run properly on this specific device, and for the specific features of the automotive industrie. The aim of the conference is to show how the Android adaptation was made and what was modified to adapt to this specific need. What is the work needed to adapt Android to a vehicle environment? What are the benefits in using Android in IVI? Is Android a safe bet for building an IVI solution? Those are few of the questions that will be answered during this conference.


Speakers
avatar for Arnaud Dupuis

Arnaud Dupuis

COO, Genymobile
Anranud is passionate about Open Source. After his Artificial Intelligence Master at Pierre et Marie Curie Unversity in 2005, Arnaud, enter at Uperto as a Java developer. After 4 years, including two on the new Orange carrier internet Box project, he launches the Devoteam Mobility... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 11:00am - 11:50am
Mars

11:00am

Implementing Genivi IVI Layer Management With DirectFB - Takanari Hayama, IGEL

Genivi IVI Layer Management (IVI LM) is intended to provide the way to manage multiple graphical layers required for IVI applications in flexible and hardware independent manner. The IVI LM is a abstraction layer on top of the graphics framework such as X11 and Wayland. DirectFB, an OSS project, is a lightweight graphics framework designed to take advantages of all possible GPU support. As DirectFB was originally designed for Set Top Box (STB), it's also capable to support multi-head displays, multiple layers and so on natively. It's been used in DTV, STB, IVI and so on. In this presentation, we discuss the architecture of IVI LM and how DirectFB can fit into it. We discuss how we can optimize to use all possible GPU support based on the actual implementation.

The expected audience is those interested in IVI LM 's internal and how it could be integrated with the existing OS.


Speakers
avatar for Takanari Hayama

Takanari Hayama

President, IGEL Co.,Ltd.
Takanari Hayama is a founder and CEO of IGEL Co.,Ltd, an IT consulting company. He has been involved in various embedded Linux solutions such as digital TV, Android, IVI and so on.


Tuesday May 28, 2013 11:00am - 11:50am
Orchid 3

11:00am

Moving Automotive Software to an Open Source Development Model: Some Unexpected Challenges, Some Interesting Solutions - John Lehmann, Mentor Graphics

As Linux is used more and more in automobiles, the transition of the auto industry to an open source model of software development has steadily moved forward while occasionally encountering some unique challenges. A lot of these ""speed bumps"" were predictable, and others were completely unexpected. Automotive alliances like GENIVI have first identified and then addressed many of these concerns, and have taken steps to proactively enrich the open source community, while encouraging their member companies like Mentor Graphics, the car companies themselves and Tier One suppliers to build differentiated commercial solutions that are now appearing on the world's roads and highways. This session is intended for all who are interested in discovering, discussing and solving business issues and business-focused technical challenges around the move to common infrastructures in automotive software.


Speakers
JL

John Lehmann

Mentor Graphics
John Lehmann has been involved in the business side of Linux and UNIX system software for almost 25 years. He is currently Sr. Manager, Embedded Automotive Solutions at Mentor Graphics, and serves on the Board of Directors of the GENIVI Alliance.


Tuesday May 28, 2013 11:00am - 11:50am
Orchid 1 & 2

11:00am

Tizen IVI Technical Update and how to Leverage Tizen IVI Build Infrastructure - Mikko Ylinen, Intel

The presentation is split into two parts. The first part of the presentation gives a technical update on Tizen IVI. It talks about Tizen IVI architecture and recaps the statuses of various IVI specific subprojects within Tizen. The second part of the presentation talks about how to work with Tizen IVI and how to contribute to the project. In addition, it introduces the key Tizen development tools and best known methods how to use them.


Speakers
M

Mikko

Intel Open Source Technology Center
The Author is the Tizen IVI architect responsible of the IVI OS architecture. His daily activities include technical leadership of Tizen IVI activities and platform development. He has been working with embedded linux platforms since early 2000 (including Maemo, MeeGo). His areas... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 11:00am - 11:50am
Orchid 5

12:00pm

Lunch Break
Tuesday May 28, 2013 12:00pm - 2:00pm
TBA

2:00pm

Next Generation IVI System Design - Xiaoying Wang, Suntec Software

In this presentation, we will introduce our understanding of the next generation IVI system. We believes that the system shall be seamlessly connected to the cloud, be able to provide cloud and social network based navigation service, online audio/video/radio entertainment and natural language processing. The system will be able to connect with PC/mobile device to share content and information. While offline, the traditional infotainment system functions are still available with improved usability. We will also elaborate our cost efficient, fast delivering solution to this generation of IVI system.This presentation will depict a blue print of the next generation IVI system for car makers, tier 1. We expect to foster collaborations in innovation among different stakeholders in the ecosystem.


Speakers
XW

Xiaoying Wang

Suntec Software


Tuesday May 28, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Mars

2:00pm

Shorten Device Boot time for Automotive IVI and Navigation Systems - Jim Huang, 0xlab

Android have taken the smartphone and tablet markets, along with the ease of application development and the diverse availability of third party applications, which made it a unique choice for various markets, including Automotive IVI and navigation systems. However, Android (and some customized Linux based system) takes relatively long time to boot up the system. This session is expected to propose a new approach of the mixture of ARM hibernation (suspend to disk) and Linux user-space checkpointing to shorten device boot time, which is known to be one of the key factors for Automotive IVI adoption.


Speakers
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Jim Huang

Chief Technology Officer, South Star Xelerator
Jim leads the engineering team of South Star Xelerator (SSX), building open source based commercial solutions for information infrastructure and robotics. After involved in Android Open Source Project, Jim specialises in real-time and virtualization to bring Linux based robots to... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Orchid 3

2:00pm

Open Source Governance Today - Where We Are and Where We Are Going - Shane Coughlan, Open Invention Network

This talk will explore developments in Open Source governance around the world over the last twelve months with a particular focus on the outcomes of recent events, meetings and discussions held in Europe, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. It will explain how Open Source is being managed in server, desktop, mobile and embedded products, and discusses how this knowledge will prove useful for future products in the automative market. It will put emphasis on how governance is broader than technical or legal concerns, and includes issues of business strategy.

This talk is intended for project leaders, legal experts and managers who want to understand copyright, trademark and patent challenges in the context of the commercial market. It will be delivered in accessible language by one of the most experienced figures in this area, based on his work supporting Linux and wider OSS technologies.


Speakers
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Shane Coughlan

OpenChain General Manager, Linux Foundation
Shane Coughlan is an expert in communication, security and business development. His professional accomplishments include spearheading the licensing team that elevated Open Invention Network into the largest patent non-aggression community in history, establishing the leading professional... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Orchid 1 & 2

2:00pm

Leveraging Tizen IVI Platform for Realizing V2X Use Cases - Purnendu Sinha, Samsung

Tizen IVI is a Linux-based open source platform for automotive systems. For V2X-based driver-assistance applications, it is imperative that the underlying SW platform facilitates (1) access to V2X communication data, (2) efficient visualization of the data (e.g. traffic information), and (3) effective human-machine interface for seamless integration. Tizen IVI supports all means of communication like 3G/4G, WLAN, BT and also provides access to in-vehicle network data. We believe that Tizen IVI offers an affordable and rich platform for building advanced driver-assistance applications which utilize V2X-based information. We will discuss how Tizen IVI could support development of classes of V2X applications: (a) Cooperative traffic efficiency, and (b)Cooperative local services. The attendees from automotive industry would gain insights into such applications development on Tizen IVI.


Speakers
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Purnendu Sinha

Samsung R&D Institute India
Dr. Purnendu Sinha is a Group Engineering Manager at Samsung R&D Institute India, Bangalore (SRI-B). He currently leads the activities in Tizen IVI development in Samsung. He has earlier worked with General Motors R&D, Philips Research India, and Concordia University, Montreal. He... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Orchid 5

2:00pm

Tizen IVI Platform Development Lab - Geoffroy Van Cutsem, Intel

This hands-on technical session will cover the Tizen Platform Development process and tools. You will learn how to modify existing Tizen IVI components, contribute your changes back and also add your own or third-party components to develop a full production-ready In-Vehicle Infotainment platform.

This section is targeting a technical audience (e.g. software engineers) who want to learn how to enhance, develop and add core components to Tizen IVI. Developing for the Tizen IVI Platform means getting familiar with Git (source code management), Gerrit (the code review tool), JIRA (bug and feature tracking tool) and MIC (the image building tool). During this hands-on session, the installation, configuration and use of these tools will be explained in a practical and engaging manner.

This session is for technical people that are comfortable using the Linux command-line.


Speakers
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Geoffroy VanCutsem

Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel
Geoffroy Van Cutsem manages the Intel OTC Technical Marketing Engineering team that focuses on the Internet of Things (IoT). Geoffroy has been involved in Open-Source software for over 15 years in a number of Embedded domains such as Telco infrastructure, Connected TV, In-Vehicle... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 2:00pm - 4:50pm
Soleil

3:00pm

Automotive OTA: The Potential and the Challenge - Walter J Buga, Arynga, Inc.

Over the Air (OTA) updating of vehicle electronic control units (ECUs) has become center of focus for the OEMs with ever increasing resources applied to addressing its challenging implementation. Gain better understanding of OTA’s delivery mechanism and roadmap, the pitfalls and challenges associated with developing, implementing and managing OTA systems from the cloud to the vehicle and how the ecosystems’ experts are working to address the challenges of OTA deployment.
The target audience of technical, business development and management attendees will receive a compelling overview of the key enablers for this technology and how they will be leveraged to drive system integration. These topics will include but not be limited to: Memory requirements such as expansion and partitioning, security considerations such as key lengths, validation of sent/received files and updating of ECUs.


Speakers
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Walter J Buga

CEO, Arynga, Inc.
Walter is a serial entrepreneur, strategic thinker with extensive knowledge of high-tech markets, people, and technologies. He is cofounder of Proximetry, HomelandTel and NetStream, where he held positions of CTO and VP of Engineering. Dr. Buga received his Ph.D., MSEE, and BSEE... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Mars

3:00pm

Hands on DLNA - Mark Ryan, Intel

DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance ) technology allows users to seamlessly exchange, stream and synchronize media content between their various devices. DLNA enabled devices are becoming ubiquitous in the modern home. There are a number of existing open source projects that can be used to take advantage of the DLNA functionality offered by such devices. This presentation will provide hands-on examples of how these open source projects can be employed and tailored by users to meet their specific needs. There will be demonstrations of the standard DLNA use cases, explanations of the various DLNA APIs, including examples of their use, and the live creation of DLNA enabled applications.


Speakers
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Mark Ryan

Software Architect, Intel
Mark works for Intel’s Open Source Technology centre as a software architect. He has a first class honours degree and a Ph.D. in computer science. He has over twelve years of industry experience working for five international companies in four different countries. Mark is currently... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Orchid 3

3:00pm

Open source compliance BKMs and WKMs - Andrew Wilson, Intel

My talk is a practical and candid look at corporate open source compliance. I cover both the BKMs (best known methods) and the WKMs (worst known methods) I have seen from companies over two decades of work in this field. The goal is to share with companies who may be new to free/open source development how to get good results and how to stay out of trouble. Audience is management, legal, project and engineering leads, software QA, and leaders of industry consortia such as GENIVI. This is not a deep dive on open source licensing, but some familiarity with basic software licensing is desirable.


Speakers
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Andrew Wilson

Open Source Strategist, Intel Corp.
Andrew is chief open source compliance officer for Intel Corporation. He has spoken about free/open source licensing and business strategy at numerous events, including OReilly OSCON, the FSF-Europe Legal Summit, China Open Source Summit, and the Linux Foundation MeeGo and Moblin... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Orchid 1 & 2

3:00pm

From Android to Tizen : How to port Tizen OS on an Android Supported Device - Arnaud Dupuis, Genymobile

Mobile phones & IVI platforms now share common components. Actually, the board, the SOC, the different chipsets (GPS, wifi, bluetooth), are common over mobile and IVI platforms. Both Tizen and Android are Linux based operating systems. In this conference, we will see the distance between both OS on a system point of view. We will see how to create a Tizen system for an Android supported platform. We will see the differences at kernel level and how to do the porting without the Android specific patches of the kernel.


Speakers
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Arnaud Dupuis

COO, Genymobile
Anranud is passionate about Open Source. After his Artificial Intelligence Master at Pierre et Marie Curie Unversity in 2005, Arnaud, enter at Uperto as a Java developer. After 4 years, including two on the new Orange carrier internet Box project, he launches the Devoteam Mobility... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Orchid 5

4:00pm

FOTA Best Practices for the Automotive Industry - Yoram Berholtz, Red Bend Software

Firmware over the air (FOTA) is proven to be the most cost-effective, reliable, and secure method for updating the car embedded systems.


The volume of FOTA usage is increasing as more and more updates are performed successfully every year on more and more cars. FOTA is now a standard feature in GM OnStar and in Mercedes Embrace, since consumers expect their infotainment systems to stay up-to-date with the latest features and performance improvements. In fact, consumers eagerly anticipate new firmware releases.
In this presentation, Red Bend Software describes five steps for successful FOTA implementation, leveraging Red Bend’s vast experience in providing FOTA to nearly 1,500 different device models including cars, trucks and heavy machinery over the last 10 years.

The five steps are:
• Planning a FOTA system
• Testing the FOTA process
• Optimizing user experience
• Operation of the FOTA campaign
• Measuring the impact of the FOTA

The target audience is Engineers, Product or Marketing people. They can expect to learn from Red Bends vast experience in software update and how it can be used into the automotive industry, they will also see a live E2E remote SW upgrade demo.

The expertise level: Intermediate


Speakers
avatar for Yoram Berholtz

Yoram Berholtz

Director of Market Adoption, Red Bend Software
Yoram Berholtz is the Director of Market Adoption at Red Bend Software. Mr. Berholtz is responsible for working with mobile operators and device manufacturers to help them increase and improve their usage of over-the-air software updating. In addition, he has responsibility for developing... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Mars

4:00pm

Introducing the Binary Analysis Tool- Armijn Hemel, Tjaldur Software Governance Solutions

The Binary Analysis Tool is an Open Source framework for analysing arbitrary binary files, such as firmwares, flash dumps and executables. The Binary Analysis Tool has proven to be especially useful in situations where software is purchased from a third party in binary only form and it needs to be checked for presence of open source code before shipping the code out. In this talk I want to present the (scientific) backgrounds and history of the Binary Analysis Tool, highlight why this tool is needed, when and where it can be used (and when not), how it fits into a procurement and compliance process, as well as give an extensive demo of the Binary Analysis Tool in action.


Speakers
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Armijn Hemel, Tjaldur Software Governance Solutions

Tjaldur Software Governance Solutions
Armijn Hemel, MSc, is a Dutch technologist, specialising in license compliance engineering and supply chain management. As a former member of the core team of gpl-violations.org he has intimate knowledge of license enforcement, common mistakes in supply chains and resolution of these... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2013 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Orchid 1 & 2

4:00pm

Android for Automotive - Hirotaka Saso, Chleon Automotive Pte. Ltd.
Open architectures offer the industry the ability to deliver customisable platforms in an efficient manner. Learn more on how Chleon is Taking advantage of Android to enable telematics with cloud based services . Find out how to make a standard platform that can be re-packaged and re-used across different OEMs, IVI suppliers and automotive verticals and in different countries to reduce overhead expenditure and appeal to a wide customer base

Speakers
avatar for Hirotaka Saso

Hirotaka Saso

Country Manager, Japan, Chleon Automotive Pte. Ltd.
Hirotaka Saso is Country Manager at Chleon Automotive Ltd. and responsible for engineering, product and business strategy in Japan.Before joining Chleon Automotive, he was at Nokia heading up activities around open source technologies, Qt and MeeGo.


Tuesday May 28, 2013 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Orchid 5