Achieving Faster Boot Time with Linux for Instrument Cluster and Infotainment Systems
Linux has been successfully deployed in automotive systems to achieve high performance IVI and cluster designs. One of the key requirements in these deployments is rapid system boot. This requirement can be accomplished by employing a variety of techniques to significantly reduce the time it takes to boot a Linux-based embedded system. Application examples of Linux in production vehicles will be explored, including instrument clusters, infotainment systems and the video feed from a rear-facing camera. Learn about the techniques necessary to deliver the responsiveness needed for automotive systems based on Linux.
Jungo Connectivity's MediaCore is the market leading multimedia player middleware for In-Vehicle Infotainment systems. Jungo Connectivity and Mentor Embedded have partnered around MediaCore and Mentor's...…View Technology Overview
This webinar will look in detail at the component parts of a typical Infotainment system, and the parts served by GENIVI.…View On-demand Web Seminar
Learn how to configure a rapid-boot Linux system and significantly reduce startup times.…View On-demand Web Seminar
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