Accessing Vehicle Information and Control in Linux - Kevron Rees, Intel
With so many different vehicle types and the rapid changes in a vehicle year-over-year, it is extremely difficult to access vehicle information from an application development perspective without intimate knowledge of the vehicle itself. This presentation discusses the need of a standard set of APIs and the design and implementation of Automotive-Message-Broker -a framework for providing a standard API. Audience is primarily application developers who want to write automotive applications as well as Tier 1 automotive suppliers wishing to use Linux in automotive infotainment.
Kevron Rees is a Software Engineer at the Intel Open Source Technology Center. He has been working on Automotive software in open source for many years including such projects as LinuxICE -a community-driven automotive Linux distribution. He spends his free time hacking on his personal car: a 2008 Impala SS.
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