Telematics Detroit 2013
Harnessing Open Source Software in Automotive Systems
As Open Source Software (OSS), such as the Linux operating system takes a foothold in the vehicle, explore strategies for maximizing the benefit of open source based solutions in automotive systems.
- See how OSS applies the power of a large global developer community to deliver state of the art software without the burden of software purchase fees, runtime royalties or vendor lock
- Learn how to work effectively within GNU Public License (GPL) terms to leverage OSS to incorporate proprietary software components to create sustainable competitive advantages
- Understand how to plan for OSS support throughout the product lifecycle from development through production and customer support
Andrew Patterson, Director of Automotive Business Development, Mentor Embedded
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