Automotive Linux Summit Tokyo

May 31, 2017 - June 2, 2017

Tokyo Conference Center Ariake

3 Chome-3-7-11 Ariake Kōtō-ku, Tōkyō-to 135-0063 Japan

Tokyo, Japan

Meet our experts and learn more about our technology solutions across the entire Automotive sector:

Live – Demo of the Intel Automotive Reference Platform – Enhancing the Digital Cockpit Experience

The Intel Automotive Reference Platform is a modular development/prototyping platform for Infotainment and ADAS systems. Offering interchangable SoC-modules and extensive customization and expand-ability by leveraging the on-board FPGAs and high-speed expansion slots, the ARP places no restrictions on the platform you want to build.

Fully supported by Luxoft's GENIVI compliant PELUX Reference Platform, the ARP offers an unprecedented pixel-to-silicon prototyping platform for tomorrow's Digital Cockpits.

Demo will consist of the ARP board running Neptune UI on the PELUX Reference Platform with Qt Automotive.


Speech by Jeremiah Foster, Open Source Technologist at Luxoft:

Smart Device Link integration into Linux systems

How to bring the large ecosystems of iOS and Android to an In-Vehicle Infotainment system safely and in a manner consistent with an automakers brand? Smart Device Link (SDL) is a mature, flexible and automotive compliant means to control the flow of data between the vehicle and connected applications. With important members such as Ford and Toyota, SDL brings developers a set of tools to get their applications integrated into AGL and GENIVI based systems as well as into bespoke Linux systems. This talk will cover the current state of SDL, the available features from a software architecture perspective, and where SDL is going.

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