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This Friday: Automotive Market Disruptions Enabling Innovation - Focus On Open Source

Later this week Mentor Embedded’s own Andrew Patterson who some of you may know from this blog is presenting a CeBIT seminar session this Friday as part of the SMART Transportation event in Hannover, in conjunction with CSR.  He’ll be discussing the question of how do we reconcile the past with the future when it comes to automotive open source, ISO26262, ECU consolidation and Android?  Here’s the full abstract:

The session will look at the new design challenges in the automotive market that arise from the need for constant innovation.    These challenges include the use of Open Source Software (OSS) solutions in the automotive development process, the expectation of car-buyers  to have a consumer-electronics experience in their vehicles, continuous connectivity to the outside world, and adoption of new standards such as AUTOSAR and GENIVI to enable Tier 1 supplier choice.  How can these requirements be reconciled with safety and security concerns in light of the ISO26262 functional safety standard,  and what is the path from existing practices to future needs?

To visit the event page, click here: http://www.cebit.de/event/smart-transportation-addressing-congestion-through-innovative-solutions/VOR/58957

Andrew’s recent blog posts:

Enjoy the presentation.

GENIVI, connected car, automotive linux, automotive safety, cebit, WiFi, clr, Bluetooth

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