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Wednesday, July 13
 

08:00

Registration & Breakfast
Wednesday July 13, 2016 08:00 - 09:00
Foyer

09:00

Efficient HMI Development Method on AGL - George Guillaume & Nobuyuki Hitsuji, HI Corporation
Please join us in the session where you will learn the following:
1. Method for separate development of "Design" and "Logic"  
2. Usability validation method using simulation on PC 
3. Complicated state transaction management on HMI

Speakers
GG

George Guillaume

Lead Engineer, HI Corporation


Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:00 - 09:40
Cattelya

09:00

Improvement of Startup Time on Linux-Based IVI System - Kazuomi Kato, Panasonic
The startup and response performance of IVI system is significant for users.
This presentation discusses the approaches for improving the startup time of
Linux based IVI system on the practical development.
Kazuomi KATO focused on the method of decreasing the system startup time
using partial backup memory.
He will explain what type of binary image should be remained after the ignition off
and how to reuse those images after the ignition on.
To satisfy the performance and security requirements, he adopted the pramfs,
which is protected and persistent RAM filesystem, as root filesystem.
He will also explain other approaches that are the parallel execution of
initializing process at boot time and applying the prelinking including
the dlopened library in execution time.

Speakers
KK

Kazuomi KATO

Kazuomi KATO is a staff Software Engineer for Panasonic Corporation, | where he helps Panasonic improvements to Linux for use in Panasonic's products. | He has been working with Linux and the OSS over 10 years.


Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:00 - 09:40
Tsubaki

09:00

Open Source in Every Car with Automotive Grade Linux - Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is a Linux Foundation Collaboration Project that develops a Unified Code Base open source distribution for use in automotive electronics. The AGL Distribution increases innovation and reduces time to market for new applications to be included in the vehicle. Walt Miner will provide an update on the latest AGL activities including the Agile Albacore release and ongoing work targeting the next release. Walt will show how and where developers can contribute to AGL.

Speakers
avatar for Walt Miner

Walt Miner

Linux Foundation, Linux Foundation
Walt Miner works for The Linux Foundation as the Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux. Walt has over 25 years of embedded software development and management experience in the automotive, mobile phone, and defense industries. This includes 7 years working for Tier 1 Automotive suppliers (Continental and Motorola) and 6 years managing Linux architecture teams for mobile phones and automotive infotainment systems.


Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:00 - 09:40
Sakura

09:50

High Computing ARMv8 Platforms to Support Centralized ECU Functions - Kevin Chappuis, Virtual Open Systems
As a consequence of the increasing number of functions required by connected cars (V2X, IVI, ADAS, etc.), SoCs makers are designing new automotive platforms to consolidate different software functions on the same platform, e.g, the ARMv8 Renesas R-CAR H3. In this presentation, Kevin Chappuis will present the ARMv8-A architecture (e.g., ARM-VE, ARM TrustZone, MMU/Cache, Cryptography, etc) and its benefits for automotive, by detailing challenges and preliminary results of an implementation of an ARMv8 monitor in the context of mixed-criticality systems. Finally, extensions towards Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), IoT as well as the RTOS/GPOS co-execution will be discussed and a comparison between ARMv8-A/ARMv8-R will be presented.

Speakers
KC

Kevin CHAPPUIS

Kevin CHAPPUIS, senior software virtualization engineer at Virtual Open Systems, holds an engineer degree in embedded systems from Polytech Clermont-Ferrand (France). He is experienced FPGA design along with low level processors applications. Skilled in ARMv7 and ARMv8 architecture, he is involved in low level software development (e.g., bootloader, secure monitor, RTOS, etc), including stringent requirements related to latency, performance... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:50 - 10:30
Sakura

09:50

IVI Fastboot Approach - Yuichi Kusakabe, Fujitsu TEN
This presentation focuses on IVI Fastboot approach for AGL. We will give an in-depth analysis about the differences between the typical IVI system and the reference system offered by SoC vendors.

Speakers
avatar for Yuichi Kusakabe

Yuichi Kusakabe

Project Leader, Fujitsu TEN
Yuichi Kusakabe is Linux Project Leader of Fujitsu TEN LTD. He has been involved in embedded Linux solutions IVI.


Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:50 - 10:30
Tsubaki

09:50

OpenGL Graphics Drivers in Safety Critical Environments: Fact, Fiction and Future - Rick Tewell, Versilicon Holdings
Consumers are increasingly reliant on screens in cars to deliver critical information to the driver and, of course, entertainment choices and options. In most cases proprietary GPUs and software power these systems, which can be deemed to be “safety critical” and rise to the level of governance ISO 26262 standards and/or ASIL-B. Automotive OEMs and Tier Ones devote large efforts to insure that their instrument clusters and infotainment systems are as “crash-proof” as possible. Given increasing level of sophistication of these systems especially in the area of graphics, a better solution is necessary.

We present a proposal to provide the market with a production grade OpenGL safety critical driver solution that is fully open source and can be adapted for any modern era complex 3D GPU. The first public deployment of this driver will be adapted into Automotive Grade Linux.

Speakers
RT

Rick Tewell

Rick Tewell has more than 30 years of engineering experience with a special focus on embedded graphics technology. Previously, Rick was the Director of Engineering for Fujitsu Semiconductor, Automotive Execution Manager for Tegra for NVIDIA and Chief Graphics Architect for Freescale / NXP. Rick is now the Vice President of System Solutions for VeriSilicon - a leading IP provider and turnkey IC design company with a special focus on the automotive... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 09:50 - 10:30
Cattelya

10:30

AM Break
Wednesday July 13, 2016 10:30 - 11:00
Foyer

11:00

Functional Safety in Automotive Grade Linux - Renjith Gopinadhan & Shilu SL, Tata Elxsi
Functional safety is a major focus area in safety critical vehicle software.IC and HUD are becoming the latest trends in auto industry, which makes it imperative to allocate paramount importance to safety aspects.Fulfilling these requirements calls for building in a very robust safety architecture within the OS,MW,etc..For this,we have the hypervisor based architecture,where safety requirements are handled by a safety compliant RTOS and non safety requirements are handled by a conventional OS.This approach is very expensive and also has a retarding impact on the overall performance.Hence the possibility of using a single OS with safety compliance will be the efficient approach will provide optimum results.Through this presentation,an attempt is made to bring out the diverse aspects of FS standards and the feasibility of embedding those aspects into AGL for safety critical use cases(IC)

Speakers
avatar for Renjith Gopinadhan

Renjith Gopinadhan

Works as technical specialist with Tata Elxsi and was developing next generation automotive products at their automotive division.In the current capacity,responsible for design and development of system side activities including Boot Loader,RTOS,GNU/Linux,Drivers,Hypervisor, Protocols,Frameworks and Functional Safety in numerous embedded Platforms,mostly belonging to the Renesas R-Car lineage. Tata Elxsi is a design company that blends... Read More →
SS

Shilu SL

Technology Manger, Tata Elxsi
After acquiring Computer Science and Engineering degree, joined a Government owned research and development organisation on 1995. Throughout the career worked extensively on the embedded development area including control systems, infotainment, mobile firmware and DSP. Currently working for Tata Elxsi, an embedded product design house as the Technology Manager in charge of DSP Multimedia Systems and middleware development. Actively involving in... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 11:00 - 11:40
Cattelya

11:00

GENIVI Development Platform (GDP): Project Update and Technical Overview - Agustin Benito Bethencourt, Codethink Ltd
The GENIVI Alliance recently announced that its main open integration and delivery project, GDP, will move from being a Demo into a Development Platform. This will have implications at the project and technical levels. The current version, GDP-ivi9 is the last one of the previous model but, in several aspects, the first one under this new approach.

Agustin will introduce the project to put everybody in context, describe what GDP-ivi9 brings, what aspects will remain and which ones will experiment changes in the coming version. He will also describe the latest accomplishments and the current roadmap, together with some technical highlights.

Further information:
* Landing page: https://projects.genivi.org/gdp
* Source code: https://github.com/genivi
* GDP-ivi9 release announcement:
https://projects.genivi.org/gdp/release_announcement

Speakers
avatar for Agustin Benito Bethencourt

Agustin Benito Bethencourt

Principal Consultant - FOSS, Codethink Ltd
Bachelor degree in Applied Physics and Master in Training. Agustin Benito Bethencourt has experience as entrepreneur, executive, IT director, product owner and consultant in the FLOSS space. Currently he is Principal Consultant at Codethink Ltd and GENIVI Development Platform Lead. Agustin has extensive experience working in the open in Open Source communities (KDE e.V. member), companies, consortium and trade associations. Full background... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 11:00 - 11:40
Tsubaki

11:00

Open Source Secure Software Updates for Linux-Based IVI Systems - Arthur Taylor, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Cyber security and vehicle recalls are two of the hottest topics in automotive software development right now. Over-the-air updates are critical to allowing vehicle and device manufacturers to mitigate security and warranty risks in deploying software to vehicle fleets, but until recently there was no end-to-end open source solution to manage updates.

ATS has been working with GENIVI and AGL to implement secure software updates in their development / reference platforms. In this talk we will present a review of existing open source OTA solutions, introduce the open source GENIVI SOTA solution, describe its architecture and security features, and describe the integration of the OTA Client into the GENIVI Development Platform and the AGL Reference Platform. We will demonstrate updates to a running device based on the OpenIVI platform.

Speakers
avatar for Arthur Taylor

Arthur Taylor

CTO, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Arthur Taylor is CTO of Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH, suppliers of data-driven business solutions to the automotive industry. Arthur's background is in engineering - he has worked as a software engineer for more than 10 years, covering embedded development, server-side software and rich-client web applications. Today he manages a team of engineers in Berlin who use Clojure, Scala, Python, Docker and Mesos to build scalable server-side software... Read More →



Wednesday July 13, 2016 11:00 - 11:40
Sakura

11:50

AGL-JTA, CIAT Tool for AGL - NuoHan Qiao, FNST
Various open source projects including AGL have a need to establish
and maintain public-facing infrastructure for Continuous Integration
and Automated Testing of integrated sets of open source software.
NuoHan Qiao will give a speech about AGL-JTA which aims at offering
CIAT for AGL. As well, this tool, with some customization, can be used
for your own testing embedded Linux.

Speakers
NQ

NuoHan Qiao

Fujitsu TEN
Engineer from Fujitsu TEN


Wednesday July 13, 2016 11:50 - 12:30
Sakura

11:50

Code Minimization Technology for SIL2LinuxMP - Qualifying Linux for Functional Safety - Taku Shimosawa & Krishnaji Desai, Hitachi
Conformance to the functional safety standards is often required for safety critical industrial applications, which is typically accomplished by following a V&V process. Since OSS hardly conforms to the standards, system integrators are held responsible for making up missing safety evidences. One possible strategy is to limit the target scope as minimal as possible so that confident coverage will become achievable. Hitachi has developed a new technique called Minimization, which helps us improve results of existing V&V workflow.
The Minimization technique is able to strip out unused piece of code that is to be ignored at compile time. It narrows down "search space", saves verification cost, achieves better test coverage, and reduces false-positives. With these advantages, this talk presents that we obtained better verification evidences that assure quality and safety of our application.

Speakers
KD

Krishnaji Desai

Senior Researcher, Hitachi India Pvt Ltd
Krishnaji Desai has Master of Science (Research) in Computer Engineering from The University of Utah, USA. He has 10 years of experience with design and verification of systems ranging from embedded to enterprise in domains such as semiconductors, automotive, railways, cloud, big data and enterprise systems. His main area of interest in the recent years has been on the model and data driven development with emphasis on software verification. At... Read More →
TS

Taku Shimosawa

Researcher, Hitachi, Ltd.
Taku Shimosawa, Ph.D in Information Science and Technology, is a researcher at R&D Group, Hitachi Ltd. His interests include systems software and software functional safety, especially the reliability and safety of Linux in embedded systems and civil infrastructure systems. He is now working for the SIL2LinuxMP project, which was started by OSADL, and in which Hitachi has been participating since 2014.


Wednesday July 13, 2016 11:50 - 12:30
Cattelya

11:50

License Changes, The Automotive Suite, The QT Company in Japan - Alistair Adams, The QT Company
  • The Qt Company, in collaboration with the KDE Free Qt Foundation, recently changed it’s open source license with the 5.7 release. We’ll discuss what changed, why, and what it means to users of Qt.
  • In working with many automotive companies, The Qt Company and it’s services partners Pelagicore and KDAB, realized that while UI development in the car industry was improving, there was still a lot more of room for improvement. We’ll describe what’s in the Automotive Suite, why, and where we are going with it.
  • The Qt Company recently opened a new office in Japan to better serve our Japanese customers. Dan Koo, the Head of Qt in Japan, will introduce our new presence.


Speakers
avatar for Alistair Adams

Alistair Adams

Global Automotive Product Manager, The Qt Company
Alistair Adams works at The Qt Company. He has been connected with the Infotainment sector since 2008 when as a Product Manager for Trolltech he identified automotive as a potential segment for the Qt toolkit. With Nokia's takeover of Trolltech he became involved in GENIVI and was an evangelist for the use of Qt in automotive. When Nokia's smartphone strategy failed he continued in the HERE division of Nokia prior to coming back to Qt and The... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 11:50 - 12:30
Tsubaki

12:30

Lunch
Wednesday July 13, 2016 12:30 - 14:00
Galaxy

14:00

Keynote: Automotive Grade Linux: The Future of Automotive Software - Dan Cauchy, General Manager, Automotive, The Linux Foundation
The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) Collaboration Project has experienced tremendous growth over the past year. AGL is positioned to become the defacto standard single platform for all in-vehicle software applications. Dan Cauchy will present the "State of the Alliance" including several key announcements about the AGL project. 

Speakers
avatar for Dan Cauchy

Dan Cauchy

General Manager, Automotive, Linux Foundation
Dan Cauchy is the General Manager of Automotive at Linux Foundation. He is responsible for the overall management and execution of the Automotive Grade Linux collaborative project, an industry effort to build an open source automotive reference platform backed by leading car manufacturers around the world. | Dan has over 22 years of experience spanning the automotive, telecom, networking and mobile business verticals. Prior to his current... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 14:00 - 14:20
Jupiter

14:20

Keynote: AGL Spec, UCB, and What is Next? - Kenichi Murata, General Manager, BR Connected Strategy & Planning, Toyota Motor Corporation

In the session, Kenichi will talk about the expected next step of AGL activity following AGL specification and UCB.

He will explain how Toyota considers the use of UCB for production, and what will be expected to accelerate the production.


Speakers

Wednesday July 13, 2016 14:20 - 14:50
Jupiter

14:50

Keynote: Kazuo Tsubouchi, General Manager, Information & Communications Technology Eng. Div 2, DENSO Corporation
Speakers
avatar for Kazuo Tsubouchi

Kazuo Tsubouchi

General Manager, DENSO CORP.
Kazuo Tsubouchi started to work for DENSO Corp. in 2001. as a software engineer of DENSO Navigation system. | Since then, he has been working for device driver, middleware and operating system related software. | He has developed such kind of software running on WindowCE, RTOS, Linux. And since 2010 he focused on the embedded Linux system for DENSO IVI system. | Kazuo Tsubouchi is currently General Manager of ICT(Information... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 14:50 - 15:20
Jupiter

15:20

Keynote: Ensuring Patent Non-Aggression in Linux and Key OSS Projects - Automotive Grade Linux - Keith Bergelt, CEO, Open Invention Network
Speakers
avatar for Keith Bergelt

Keith Bergelt

CEO, Open Invention Network
Keith Bergelt is the chief executive officer of Open Invention Network (OIN), the collaborative enterprise that enables innovation in open source and an increasingly vibrant ecosystem around Linux. In this capacity he is directly responsible for enabling, influencing and defending the integrity of the Linux ecosystem. Central to the achievement of his goals is the acquisition and transfer of patent rights designed to permit members of the Linux... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 15:20 - 15:30
Jupiter

15:30

PM Break
Wednesday July 13, 2016 15:30 - 16:00
Foyer

16:00

'Really' Useful Solutions in Embedded Linux/OSS-Based IVI System Development - Hiroto Imamura, NTT DATA MSE
Utilization of Linux to embedded devices is rapidly expanded, and it is implemented to mobile phones, smart phones, home appliance linkage, wearable devices, and in-car devices. NTT DATA MSE has a lot of experience of Linux-based embedded system development for mobile devices, and utilizing this skill to in-car device development.

From these activities, NTT DATA MSE had learned that there are some cases which can utilize the know-how of mobile device development and some cases need to consider specific approach for in-car devices because of its unique use case.

In this presentation, we will introduce business solutions which can apply to both of mobile device and in-car device, and which had learned through recent in-car device development.

Speakers
avatar for Hiroto IMAMURA

Hiroto IMAMURA

Manager, 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 utilizes his expertise and provides business solution consulting for Linux-based IVI system development. He had made a presentation at Automotive Linux Summit 2013, “Solution Approach in... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 16:00 - 16:40
Cattelya

16:00

A Smart Way to Manage OSS Compliance with Yocto+SPDX - Maohui Lei, Fujitsu
A Smart Way to Manage OSS Compliance with Yocto+SPDX (Lei Maohui, Fujitsu) - If you are interested in Open Source Licensing and Compliance program, this presentation will be helpful. A smart way named Yocto+SPDX will help you manage OSS Compliance information for your Embedded-Product. The goal of Yocto+SPDX is to integrate automated SPDX generation in upstream open source projects. But the current Yocto+SPDX isn't in full compliance with SPDX specification. I have some experiences about generating SPDX file by Yocto+SPDX. And I am working to improve Yocto+SPDX to make it friendly. This presentation will show how to generate SPDX files with Yocto Project, discuss what we plan to do to improve Yocto+SPDX, and show what we have done.

Speakers
ML

Maohui Lei

Fujitsu
Maohui Lei joined the Fujitsu Corporation in 2011. Her main job is developing a In-House Distro for Embedded Systems which is based on Yocto project and LTSI Kernel


Wednesday July 13, 2016 16:00 - 16:40
Sakura

16:00

Building IVI Systems on ARM-64 Bit Architecture - Yohei Ikeuchi, Panasonic
IVI System is growing up to more large system, and requires higher processing performance and huge memory.
So, Switching over to 64-bit architecture is inevitable.
Linux kernel 3.7 began the support of ARM 64-bit architecture on 2012,
but there are many tasks remained for introduction of debugging tools and open source software besides Linux kernel.
In this presentation, He will introduce the efforts for building IVI Product on ARM 64-bit architecture.

Speakers
avatar for Yohei Ikeuchi

Yohei Ikeuchi

Manager, Panasonic Industrial Devices Systems and Technology Co., Ltd
Yohei Ikeuchi is a manager of operating system development working at Panasonic Industrial Devices Systems and Technology Corporation(PIDST), JAPAN. PIDST has developed Linux kernel and RTOS for consumer product more than 15 years, and is developing IVI platforms in recent years.



Wednesday July 13, 2016 16:00 - 16:40
Tsubaki

16:50

Automotive Ethernet - Rapid Prototyping with Open Source Projects - Stefan Aust, NEC Communication Systems, Ltd.
Automotive Ethernet is a new in-vehicular network for Advanced Driver Assistant Systems (ADAS). In particular, the Audio Video Bridging (AVB) and Time-sensitive Network (TSN) standards offer guaranteed latency boundaries. A challenge in today’s industry is the fast realization of prototypes to understand the complexity of new communication protocols. The prototype may fail due to limitations in resources or incomplete hardware/software solutions. Open source projects offer a resource-effective solution. This talk presents extremely valuable Automotive Ethernet open source projects. It will be outlined which problems occur due to the selection of the hardware platform and the limitations herewith. It is shown that the combination of open source and open hardware offers the preferred resource-effective solution even for highly complex in-vehicular networks such as AVB and TSN.

Wednesday July 13, 2016 16:50 - 17:30
Sakura

16:50

Secure Boot and Secure Software Updates - Yannick Gicquel, Iot.bzh
Software update is one of the most important feature in connected cars systems. Whereas it enables the deployment of some zero-day security fixes over the air, it can also enable new features deployment to enhance users' experiences and optimize time to market.

This talk will present potentials open source solutions to implement software update within an enforced environment. From early boot stage leveraging U-Boot signature which enables a trusted verified boot, to some of the AGL distribution subsystems, some mechanisms such as system partitions, Trusted Zone, package signature will be presented, as well as some ways to integrate them in the AGL distribution using the Yocto project build system.

Speakers
YG

Yannick Gicquel

Iot.bzh
Yannick started his professional activities in telecommunication domain for mobile phone products. As a product integrator in software teams, he worked on several technical domains of embedded devices and then he specialised on software driver developments for camera sensors and restitution devices. Then, he worked as a contractor and prepared board support packages with hard RT Linux Kernel for the railway industry. Yannick joins in 2015 Iot.bzh... Read More →


Wednesday July 13, 2016 16:50 - 17:30
Tsubaki

16:50

Virtual GPU for Consolidation of Digital Instrument Cluster and IVI on Top of Hypervisor - Woosung Kim, LG Electronics
The presentation will cover display virtualization for Automotive. We will elaborate technical solutions for virtual GPU.
1. Digital Cockpit trend at last presentation
2. Additional Requirement for safety & functionality
3. Current limitation of legacy a GPU
4. Necessary preemption of GPU and technical approach.
5. Performance benchmarking
6. Security and Safety

Speakers
avatar for Woosung Kim

Woosung Kim

Engineer, LG Electronics
Mr. Kim is working the position of SW Architect of Embedded Systems in LG Electronics. He has accumulated over fourteen years of directly related experience in the areas of software development, embedded systems, security, telematics, telecommunications and virtualization systems. He has been experience of speaking & presentation at GENIVI, AGL and several consolidate display project for automotive and mobile.


Wednesday July 13, 2016 16:50 - 17:30
Cattelya

18:30

VIP Reception (Invitation Required)
Wednesday July 13, 2016 18:30 - 21:30
Galaxy
 
Thursday, July 14
 

08:00

Registration & Breakfast
Thursday July 14, 2016 08:00 - 09:00
Foyer

09:00

Accelerating Adoption of ADAS with Open Source - Mikko Hurskainen, Link Motion
Connected & Intelligent cars rely more and more on ADAS systems that provide safety and convenience. Implementations of ADAS features vary and we would like to explore open source based approach implementing and integrating ADAS features. The ADAS features vary in required interfaces, complexity and level of required safety standardisation defined in ASIL. Integration of ADAS features to Linux based automotive computers is essential for success of platform.

The presentation will cover requirements placed by ADAS features and available implementations to meet them. The ADAS features require support in areas of real-time capability, cybersecurity, communication interfaces, multimedia, user interfaces, simulation testbeds, processes and system architecture. By using open solutions, the ADAS features can be developed and rolled out to the market quicker and more cost-efficiently.

Speakers
MH

Mikko Hurskainen

Link Motion
Mikko Hurskainen is currently Technologist in Link Motion Ltd focused on making connected cars secure and safe. He has held various technical leadership positions in Suunto, Nomovok, Notava and Nokia. He is currently based in Finland has Master of Science degree from Tampere University of Technology. | | He has been a speaker in various industry and academia events. In 2014 he presented a poster about open source based safe and secure... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 09:00 - 09:40
Sakura

09:00

SmartDeviceLink Tech Talk - Justin Dickow, Livio
SmartDeviceLink is an open source connectivity platform gaining traction with the Automotive Linux community after being picked up by Toyota in partnership with Ford Motor Company. Justin will present a detailed technical overview of the technology and its components, including how to use the documentation and available tools. The information will be presented in such a way that potential integrators of the technology will have a solid understanding of the next steps required to get a proof of concept built and demonstrable on their target Linux platform.

Speakers
avatar for Justin Dickow

Justin Dickow

Product Manager, Livio
Livio was founded in 2008 in Ferndale Michigan, entering into the consumer electronics industry with an array of tabletop and in-vehicle radio products. Livio transitioned in automotive connectivity software and was later acquired by Ford Motor Company in 2013. Livio is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Ford Motor Company. | | Justin's professional interests are in modern software development with a focus on developer APIs, user experience... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 09:00 - 09:40
Tsubaki

09:50

Boot Time Optimization of AGL - Shilu SL & Renjith Gopinadhan, Tata Elxsi
Boot time is one of the major criteria distinguishing an RTOS from a normal OS. Increased boot time is the side effect of the growth of any OS to a sophisticated one meeting more customer requirements. But in embedded world, this is not acceptable as the end customer will not tolerate slower power on.

In this presentation, Shilu will point out the business needs of low boot time for AGL and the technical challenges to be faced for achieving it. He will go through the techniques applied by his team to achieve a commendable reduction in the boot time while porting AGL to an R-Car SoC based platform. He will describe the importance of boot time reduction for meeting various expectation within the automotive industry and the specific methods that can be used for those solutions. He introduce the tools and processes that can be used for a typical boot time optimization activity.

Speakers
avatar for Renjith Gopinadhan

Renjith Gopinadhan

Works as technical specialist with Tata Elxsi and was developing next generation automotive products at their automotive division.In the current capacity,responsible for design and development of system side activities including Boot Loader,RTOS,GNU/Linux,Drivers,Hypervisor, Protocols,Frameworks and Functional Safety in numerous embedded Platforms,mostly belonging to the Renesas R-Car lineage. Tata Elxsi is a design company that blends... Read More →
SS

Shilu SL

Technology Manger, Tata Elxsi
After acquiring Computer Science and Engineering degree, joined a Government owned research and development organisation on 1995. Throughout the career worked extensively on the embedded development area including control systems, infotainment, mobile firmware and DSP. Currently working for Tata Elxsi, an embedded product design house as the Technology Manager in charge of DSP Multimedia Systems and middleware development. Actively involving in... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 09:50 - 10:30
Tsubaki

09:50

Connected Car and the Disruptive Innovations in the Auto Industry - Sean Lee, Pivotal Software
The age of mobile technology is undoubtedly upon us, and consumers expect connectivity in everything they do. These expectations extend to the driving experience as well, and the automotive industry is fighting to stay caught up on the latest advancements in cloud computing, data-driven services and mobile-based communication. With disruptive innovation increasing defined by software, Sean Lee from Pivotal Software will discuss practical examples of automotive industry players on how they are re-aligning their skills and processes to address new challenges like software enabled consumer value definition, connected car ecosystems, and continuous product updates.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Lee

Sean Lee

Head of Business Development, Pivotal Software
Pivotal’s Cloud Native platform drives software innovation for many of the world’s most admired brands. With millions of developers in communities around the world, Pivotal technology touches billions of users every day. After shaping the software development culture of Silicon Valley's most valuable companies for over a decade, today Pivotal leads a global technology movement transforming how the world builds software.


Thursday July 14, 2016 09:50 - 10:30
Sakura

09:50

Securing the Connected Car - Eystein Stenberg, Mender.io
Using recent real-world stories, Eystein Stenberg, Product Manager at Mender.io, will discuss the opportunity of connected cars and walk the audience through the following:

* Opportunities OEMs have for connected vehicles, as demonstrated by Tesla’s ability to provide over-the-air (OTA) software updates that Elon Musk claims has reduced the chances of having an accident by 50%. It also provided Tesla with new revenue streams via the Autopilot's suite of autonomous driving functions.

* The anatomy of the Jeep Cherokee hack: the technical details of how the Jeep Cherokee was hacked and steps you can take to reduce your attack surface. We will detail what Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek revealed and how they gained control of the car remotely, as well as provide specific security strategies.

* Best practices on delivering over-the-air software updates with failover management.

Speakers
avatar for Eystein Stenberg

Eystein Stenberg

CTO, Mender.io
Eystein Stenberg has over 7 years of experience in security and systems management as a developer, support engineer, technical account manager, product manager and now as a CTO. He has been in the front line of some of the largest production environments in various roles and has in-depth knowledge of the challenges in systems security in a real-world context. Eystein has spoken at various conferences, including Embedded Linux Conference, Embedded... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 09:50 - 10:30
Cattelya

10:30

AM Break
Thursday July 14, 2016 10:30 - 11:00
Foyer

11:00

A Smart Way to Manage Packages in Yocto Project - Fan Xin, Fujitsu
In current, almost Yocto Project users have to select software packages before building. This could cause the problem of managing packages when add, uninstall and upgrade packages. This presentation will give an introduction about how to use package management tool named "SMART" to solve this problem. By taking advantage of this tool, it is easy to add, uninstall and upgrade software packages without rebuild root filesystem to avoid the fragmentation. At the same time, source archives could be classified by lincenses with a demostration. This also will show Fujitsu's contributions and plan to improve the software package management platform.

Speakers
avatar for Fan Xin

Fan Xin

Embedded Linux Developer, Fujitsu
I am Embedded Linux Developer. I joined the Fujitsu Corporation since 2013. My major job is developing a In-House Distro for Embedded Systems, which is based on Yocto project and LTSI Kernel.


Thursday July 14, 2016 11:00 - 11:40
Cattelya

11:00

GNU/Linux for Safety Related Systems - Architectural and Procedural Issues Overview - Nicholas McGuire, Safety Critical Linux Working Group of OSADL
Traditionally, safety-critical systems isolate the safety-related functions  ideally into a simple node, exclusively covering a minimal and simple  functionality. Such safe computing nodes traditionally run on "simple"  single-core processors and use a minimum software stack. Contemporary single core CPUs are no longer simple and the growing complexity of systems, e.g. including network security requirements, complex control  algorithms and even cognitive functions for autonomy raise the complexity  beyond what small and simple single core CPUs can handle. This traditional  approach to functional safety is changing as nicely expressed by NASA  procedural requirements for safety related software:

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Nicholas McGuire

Safety Critical Linux Working Group of OSADL
Started playing with Linux in 1995 at the Technical University Vienna, later continued Linux exploration into clusters and nice architectures like Alpha at the University of Vienna. Joined FSMLabs, New Mexico in 2000 and worked on RTLinux until they went proprietary - continued with RTLinux/GPL for a few more years. | | Joined Lanzhou University, China, in 2004, Founded DSLab at Lanzhou University in 2005 and have since been teaching real-time... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 11:00 - 11:40
Sakura

11:00

Securing Automotive Graphics - Rick Tewell, VeriSilicon
Auto makers spend millions of dollars each developing graphics for their graphics based clusters, heads up displays and IVI systems.  In this session, Rick Tewell, Vice President of System Solutions for VeriSilicon, will present techniques that can be employed to protect these graphics from being tampered with or stolen.  In a time when hacking and tampering of electronic systems (especially in automobiles) is increasing, and rising to the level of becoming a safety critical, this session is both timely and poignant.

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Rick Tewell

Rick Tewell has more than 30 years of engineering experience with a special focus on embedded graphics technology. Previously, Rick was the Director of Engineering for Fujitsu Semiconductor, Automotive Execution Manager for Tegra for NVIDIA and Chief Graphics Architect for Freescale / NXP. Rick is now the Vice President of System Solutions for VeriSilicon - a leading IP provider and turnkey IC design company with a special focus on the automotive... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 11:00 - 11:40
Tsubaki

11:50

Bad Code, Bad Cars - Shane Coughlan, Insignary
Recent security breaches of the Chevy Impala, Toyota Prius, Ford Escape and Jeep Cherokee have underlined an industry-wide challenge regarding software vulnerabilities in automotive technology. Open Source, increasingly adopted for vehicles, has the potential to deliver faster development and better security than traditional proprietary software. However, turning the potential of Open Source into reality can be challenging, and recent research shows an average of more than 22 Open Source component vulnerabilities in every application. This talk will explore how we can address Open Source security in practical, effective ways for mission-critical devices like cars.

Speakers
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Shane Coughlan

VP, Global Business Development, Insignary
Shane Coughlan is an expert in communication, security and business development. He is well known for building bridges between commercial and non-commercial stakeholders in the technology sector. His professional accomplishments include establishing a legal department for the primary NGO promoting Free Software in Europe, building a professional network of over 270 legal counsel and technical experts across 4 continents, and launching the first... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 11:50 - 12:30
Cattelya

11:50

Continuous Integration and Testing for automotive in a distributed environment - Jan-Simon Moeller, The Linux Foundation
Continuous Integration and Testing is an essential tool - not only - for Open Source Projects working in a distributed environment to ensure a stable delivery even when a lot of code changes. One main goal is to provide the developers as much feedback during the code review phase on the stability and effects of a given change across a broad range of target devices. This talk introduces the concepts behind the CI and Test infrastructure for AGL. The current status and the mid-term goals and vision will be introduced. A Demo and a Roadmap conclude the session.

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Jan-Simon Moeller

Linux Foundation Trainer, The Linux Foundation
Jan-Simon Möller is the AGL Release Manager and also a trainer for the Linux Foundations Training Program. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering with strong background in Embedded Linux ranging from realtime to SELinux.


Thursday July 14, 2016 11:50 - 12:30
Tsubaki

11:50

From Sensor to Cloud Automotive Architecture - Fulup Ar Foll, IoT.bzh
Until recently efforts to leverage Linux in automotive focused on IVI subsystem. Nevertheless looking at next generation of cars, it is obvious that future architectures for automotive should cover a much wider scope. Next generation of automotive architecture should start in vehicle at sensors level where low level data are collected to end in the cloud where all information are correlated to provide high value service to users.

This talk presents a global architecture prospective based on existing and in development components from AGL and other open-source projects. Next generation of in vehicle Linux will act as a global gateway to expose in a secure manner all car capabilities to the external world [sensor, mobile, cloud, smart-city, car-2-car,…] This global connectivity introduce new technical challenges that should be addressed with an open and secure end to end vision.

Speakers
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Fulup Ar Foll

Lead Architect, IoT.bzh
Fulup Ar Foll holds a Master in Computer Science from the Military French School ESAT. He started as a research engineer for ten years before joining the Industry. He then took technical direction of Wind-River in Europe, before moving to Sun-Microsystems where he worked at scaling Internet for mobile and Telecom industries. Fulup regularly talks in multiple international conferences. He currently works as CEO and Lead Architect for IoT.bzh and... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 11:50 - 12:30
Sakura

12:30

Lunch
Thursday July 14, 2016 12:30 - 14:00
Galaxy

14:00

Keynote: SmartDeviceLink, an Automotive Solution for a Changing Industry - Julius Marchwicki, Director, Asia-Pacific, Connected Vehicles and Services, Ford Motor Company
The automotive and telematics industries are changing rapidly. In order to adjust to the changing world of consumer wants, SmartDeviceLink offers a highly-integrated open software solution for auto industry players to deliver new content, services and experiences while retaining their own branding and most importantly, their customers.

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Thursday July 14, 2016 14:00 - 14:25
Jupiter

14:30

Keynote: AGL Aims for Stress-Less Driving and Vehicle Safety - Hisao Munakata, Sr. Director, Automotive Information Solution Division, 1st Solution Business Unit, Renesas
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Hisao Munakata

executive manager, Renesas
Munakata leads upstream kernel development team in Renesas to encourage developer to send more patched to the upstream. Also he actively works for Linux Foundation CE working. Automotive Grade Linux and other Linux Foundation project for the long time. He did various presentation, keynote and BoFs at various Linux Foundation and other conferences.


Thursday July 14, 2016 14:30 - 14:55
Jupiter

15:00

Keynote: The Vehicle as a Hostile Environment - John O'Connor, Principal Architect, Software Security Technology, Irdeto
The increased connectivity and complexity in modern vehicles is resulting in new risks and threats to personal safety, security, and privacy.  As the attack surface increases we need to mitigate against these threats by leveraging best practices from other industries as well as utilizing a defense in depth architectural approach to the overall security of the vehicle.  This talk will explore how we can better defend against current and future threats and provide attendees with real-world aspects to consider for implementation.

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John O'Connor

Principal Architect, Irdeto
John O’Connor is the Principal Architect for Software Security Technology at Irdeto and a leading security expert in renewable and diversified software security. During his time at Irdeto John has held a number of key roles such as System Architect for Platform Security technology, as well as the Technical Lead for the Security Assurance team, Irdeto’s ethical hacking team. Prior to working at Irdeto, John has worked for Trolltech and Sun... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 15:00 - 15:20
Jupiter

15:25

PM Break
Thursday July 14, 2016 15:25 - 16:00
Foyer

16:00

BOF-Discussion: CI, Testing and SOTA Updates One-Stop?! - Jan-Simon Moeller, The Linux Foundation
This BOF session aims to be a forum to discuss on how to integrate CI, Testing and SOTA to ensure a seamless migration of upstream changes into downstream packages and delivery to the target device in a secure manner.

Speakers
avatar for Jan-Simon Moeller

Jan-Simon Moeller

Linux Foundation Trainer, The Linux Foundation
Jan-Simon Möller is the AGL Release Manager and also a trainer for the Linux Foundations Training Program. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering with strong background in Embedded Linux ranging from realtime to SELinux.


Thursday July 14, 2016 16:00 - 16:40
Cattelya

16:00

Digital Identity: The Security and Privacy Foundation of Any Connected Vehicle Platform - Ashley Stevenson, ForgeRock
Internet-connected vehicles offer more risk than reward until we can successfully manage who (and what) has access to what vehicle functions and data. Who has access to your vehicle’s location, driving habits, driver profiles and remote management features? How can each driver have a personalized experience? And how can the components within the end-to-end vehicle operating system trust signals from each other, and from external sources? The answer to all of these questions begins with secure digital identities and credentials for all connected people, devices and systems. Strong identity management enables trusted authentication and granular authorization for all involved parties. Join this season to learn how open source identity capabilities can be integrated from CAN Bus to Infotainment to driver to cloud to deliver a more secure, privacy-enhancing cyber-physical vehicle platform.

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Ashley Stevenson

ForgeRock
Ashley Stevenson - Identity Technology Director, ForgeRock Office of the CTO | | Ashley Stevenson is a recognized leader and communicator in the digital identity, credential and access management (ICAM) space, with extensive experience in USFederal ICAM architecture and implementation. Ashley drives Identity Relationship Management technology integration for the ForgeRock Open Identity Platform, while working on identity innovation initiatives... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 16:00 - 16:40
Sakura

16:50

A Browser for the Automotive: Introduction to WebKit for Wayland - Silvia Cho, Igalia
Given the popularity of HTML5 and web technologies, browsers have become an essential technology in almost all industries, including the automotive. Because of its complexity, it is very important to understand the pros and cons of the available choices before making a decision. This talk aims to explain and compare each of the available open source options.
WebKit is a web rendering engine with a generic part (WebCore, JSEngine), and ports for specific platforms that implement bits like rendering, networking or multimedia. GTK+, EFL and Wayland ports are available. Blink is fork of WebKit from which several projects have evolved such as Chromium, Crosswalk, and CEF. During the presentation, Silvia will explain and compare each them and provide more details of WebKit for Wayland which has several advantages for the IVI system.

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Silvia Cho

Business Development, Igalia
Silvia Cho works for Igalia, an European open source consultancy specialized in the development of innovative technologies and solutions, with its focus on key upstream projects and communities such as WebKit/Chromium (browsers), V8/JSC/SpiderMonkey (compilers), GStreamer (multimedia), Mesa (graphics), Freedesktop.org, GNOME, Qt and MeeGo/Tizen. At Igalia, Silvia works on tasks related to business management.


Thursday July 14, 2016 16:50 - 17:30
Sakura

16:50

BOF: Boot Time Optimization for Automotive - Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
This BoF session will pull together the Boot Time optimization presenters from earlier in the day and allow deeper discussion on the topic and determine if there is an opportunity for further collaboration in this area.

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Walt Miner

Linux Foundation, Linux Foundation
Walt Miner works for The Linux Foundation as the Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux. Walt has over 25 years of embedded software development and management experience in the automotive, mobile phone, and defense industries. This includes 7 years working for Tier 1 Automotive suppliers (Continental and Motorola) and 6 years managing Linux architecture teams for mobile phones and automotive infotainment systems.


Thursday July 14, 2016 16:50 - 17:30
Cattelya