This week week at IESF in Dearborn on Thursday, several tracks and sessions will focus on aspects of Embedded Software for Automotive, specifically In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) and GENIVI. These sessions will be led by industry experts from Mentor Graphics Embedded Software, the GENIVI Board, Jungo, XMOS, and General Motors.
- Achieving Faster Boot Time with Linux for Instrument Cluster & Infotainment Systems, by Chris Hallinan
- Delivering Multi-domain Automotive Electronic Systems with GENIVI, AUTOSAR, and Hypervisor Technology, by Warren Kurisu
- Incorporating Android into Infotainment (IVI) Systems, by Andrew Patterson
- Linux-based Automotive Software: Unexpected Challenges, Interesting Solutions, by John Lehman
- In-Vehicle Infotainment: Multimedia and Connectivity, by Nir Hasson
- The Challenges that Implementing Infotainment Systems using Audio Video Bridging (AVB) pose to System and Endpoint Developers, by Paul Neil
- Variation Abstraction in System Engineering or Large Scale Embedded Systems, by Len Wozniak