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Posts tagged with 'GENIVI'

4 Jan, 2013

Kamran Shah This is what some in industry would have you believe; I disagree  Thinking back to the 1990’s and 2000’s we heard the same thing about Linux as an OS for servers.  It’s clear from the use of Linux in servers today and the many consumer devices built on Linux that the OS and its ecosystem can meet very demanding business and technical needs, addressing and overcoming many of the shortcomings cited in … Read More

GENIVI, Infotainment, IVI, Linux

20 Nov, 2012

Andrew Patterson

Mentor Graphics decided from the start when launching its Embedded Linux for Infotainment product, to remain GENIVI specification-compliant – we duly announced our 1.0 product back in 2011. The reality of remaining compliant, is continuous effort to update the platform approximately every 6 months, as new GENIVI platform specifications are released. As with any emerging standard, the GENIVI roadmap

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GENIVI, GENIVI INFOTAINMENT

25 Apr, 2012

John Day Registration is now open at www.mentor.com/events/iesf/detroit for the 12th IESF Conference for Automotive EE Design – June 14th, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Dearborn, MI. Click to sign up if you haven’t already. I missed the last one and don’t want to miss this one – especially since this year I am on the program, speaking about automotive electronics reliability (shameless plug: http://books.sae.org/book-t-126) … Read More

LEONI Wiring Systems, Johnson Controls, system analysis, the GENIVI Alliance, Automotive EE Design, Hyatt Regency Hotel, The Hansen Report, automotive electronics reliability, IBM Rational, the Linux Foundation, wire harness engineering, 'FlexRay, electronic thermal design and measurement, Chrysler, Freescale Semiconductor, Bishop & Associates, GENIVI, Delphi Automotive Systems, Continental Automotive, E/E systems design, SAE International, LIN, power and signal design, NXP Semiconductors, Open Kernel Labs, Mentor Graphics, modeling and simulation, Linux, Mecel

25 May, 2011

John Day A panel at Telematics Update Detroit next week will discuss if not argue about automotive-grade operating systems such as Android, QNX, GENIVI, and Terminal Mode. Teaser copy for the session suggests that with so many operating systems competing, software development and implementation is a minefield. Attendees will hear which operating systems are gaining traction with automakers, and how to improve … Read More

QNX, Krishna Javaraman, smartphones in infotainment systems, application programming interfaces, automotive grade operating systems, Android, Telematics Update Detroit, human-machine interface, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), Terminal Mode, Frost & Sullivan, GENIVI

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