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Tuesday, July 1
 

8:30am

9:30am

Keynote: Linux in Automotive – From Open Source to Products - Mark Skarpness, Director of System Engineering, Intel; Tsuguo Nobe, Chief Advanced Service Architect and Director, Intel
This keynote will highlight the role Linux is playing in the Automotive industry. It will describe the role and influence, that 1) Upstream Linux Projects 2) Open Source Automotive Distributions e.g. Tizen IVI and 3) Commercial Automotive Linux Offerings e.g. Intel In-Vehicle Solutions Software Foundation (Kendrick Canyon), are driving in the industry. The Keynote will also highlight why a tight association between these Linux assets leads to a much higher aggregated value for the industry.

Speakers
MS

Mark Skarpness

Director of System Engineering, Intel - Open Source Technology Center


Tuesday July 1, 2014 9:30am - 9:55am
Jupiter

10:00am

Keynote: Automotive Grade Linux - Raising the Bar for Automotive Software Development - Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover
"Code Speaks" is the paradigm of open source projects. Coding combined with peer review and sometimes fierce discussions on public mailing lists drive the rapid innovation cycles of many open source projects. It's a system that works very well and has produced millions of lines of excellent software. But as good as the system is it is not infallible as the recent Heartbleed incident has shown.

Today, software defects already account for the majority of vehicle recalls. How can we build better automotive software faster and cheaper with open source? How can we ensure that a software stack meets the requirements without introducing new points of failure? How can we create a common code base as a trusted foundation for product development?

The goal of Automotive Grade Linux is to build a proven reference platform for in-vehicle infotainment. A requirements database with use cases, functional and non-functional requirements, software component and API specifications drives innovation and implementation but also documents existing open source packages utilized. Each component of the software stack is linked to use cases and requirements. Test cases are connected to specifications.

In his keynote, Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, will detail how Automotive Grade Linux supports software development for automotive applications through efficient management of common requirements and rapid innovation with open source.

Speakers
MJ

Matt Jones, Land Rover

Senior Technical Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover


Tuesday July 1, 2014 10:00am - 10:25am
Jupiter

10:30am

Break
Tuesday July 1, 2014 10:30am - 11:00am
Jupiter Foyer

11:00am

IVI Graphic Subsystem: Weston IVI-shell is Ready for Product - Nobuhiko Tanibata, Advanced Driver Information Technology
Tanibata will introduce the latest status of IVI graphic subsystem; Weston IVI-shell and Wayland IVI extension from GENIVI as a result of my recent activity; contributing them to Wayland community, TIZEN IVI, and GENIVI. First, this session will present architecture of the graphic subsystem which allows you to implement your graphic applications compatible with Wayland, TIZEN IVI, and GENIVI. This means that you can port own applications on other distribution with minimum effort and concentrate your business logic. Next, Tanibata will show how to implement your application on the subsystem by referring sample application. It will be helpful for you to easily start developing.

Speakers
avatar for Nobuhiko Tanibata

Nobuhiko Tanibata

Project Leader, Advanced Driver Information Technology
Nobuhiko Tanibata is a project leader at Advanced Driver Information Technology which is joint venture Company of DENSO Corporation and Bosch GmbH. Before he works at ADIT, he focused on development of driver and middleware for automotive system on RTOS such as ITRON and t-kernel at Denso Corporation. He now joins ADIT to develop a Linux distribution to fulfill requirements of In-Vehicle Infotainment system especially in terms of automotive use... Read More →


Tuesday July 1, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Neptune

11:00am

Linux File System Analysis for IVI System - Mitsuharu Ito
This presents an overview of Linux File system for IVI system. When applying Linux to the IVI system, it will suffer from the requirements of the file system. This is because there is a problem more difficult than the traditional Linux system. e.g. robustness, mount-time and security. Mitsuharu will talk about characteristics and tuning method of Ext4, Btrfs and Log-structured file system. He will also show evaluation result in each file system.

Speakers

Tuesday July 1, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Jupiter

11:00am

Porting Tizen-IVI 3.0 to an ARM based SoC Platform - Damian Hobson-Garcia, Igel Co.
Although an ARM port for pandaboard has been released for the Tizen 2.0alpha based version of Tizen IVI, there is currently no similar release for the Tizen-IVI 3.0 version. This presentation will discuss the process of starting with the x86 Tizen-IVI 3.0 release and bringing it up on a Renesas R-Car M2 evaluation board. Adding support for the Wayland/Weston windowing system and hardware accelerated multimedia decoding via gstreamer, as well as integrating non-Mesa based OpenGL graphics drivers will be discussed. Experiences cross-compiling Tizen-IVI for ARM from scratch will also be featured.

Speakers
DH

Damian Hobson-Garcia

Software Developer and Consultant, Igel, Co., Ltd
Damian is software developer and consultant at Igel, Co., Ltd, based in Tokyo, Japan. He has worked on both hardware and software development in the telecommunications, multimedia, and embedded systems fields. He has most recently been working on hardware acceleration of Android and Tizen-IVI based embedded systems, Damian has spoken at ELC and local CE Working Group events in Japan, mostly in relation to multimedia support on Linux and Android.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Orchid 1/2

12:00pm

The Past, Present and Future of WebKit/Blink - Silvia Cho, Igalia
WebKit is a web rendering engine (HTML, JavaScript, CSS) with a generic part (WebCore, JSEngine), and 'ports' for specific platforms that implement bits like rendering, networking or multimedia. In the WebKit community, companies and individuals cooperate to evolve a complex codebase. Given the popularity of HTML5 and the web tech in in-vehicle infotainment systems, WebKit is a key open source project. Recently, Google announced Blink, a fork of WebKit, with consequences for the project still difficult to predict. Igalia's Browsers team maintains the WebKitGTK+ port and is top contributor to WebCore, JSC, V8, other ports (EFL, Clutter, Qt), and Blink. The talk will review the past/present/future of WebKit/Blink, their dynamics and development process, the relationship with the Linux ecosystem, and will give information about how to contribute to or use both projects.

Speakers
SC

Silvia Cho

Business Development, Igalia
Silvia Cho works for Igalia, an European open source consultancy specialized in the development of innovative technologies and solutions, with its focus on key upstream projects and communities such as WebKit/Chromium (browsers), V8/JSC/SpiderMonkey (compilers), GStreamer (multimedia), Mesa (graphics), Freedesktop.org, GNOME, Qt and MeeGo/Tizen. At Igalia, Silvia works on tasks related to business management.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Orchid 1/2

12:00pm

Linux and the Automotive Security Lab - Nathan Willis, LWN.net
This presentation is an analysis of white papers and published research that have disclosed security vulnerabilities in deployed automotive computing systems over the past four years, including the attacks successfully implemented and the unclosed security holes. While many of systems found to be vulnerable are not Linux-based platforms, the lessons learned illustrate which issues automotive Linux vendors can expect to see as well. Nathan Willis will look at how the Linux stack can address the published findings, with particular attention paid to LSMs, containerization features, and networking.

Speakers
NW

Nathan Willis

Editor, LWN.net
Nathan Willis is a free-software journalist, part-time automotive hacker, and part-time developer of open-source fonts. He has spoken at linux.conf.au, Linux Plumbers Conference, the Automotive Linux Summit, SCALE, and Libre Graphics Meeting, and has spoken and keynoted at GUADEC.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Jupiter

12:00pm

W3C Vehicle Specification - Kevron Rees, Intel
This presentation presents an overview of the W3C Vehicle specification produced by the W3C Automotive Business Group. It outlines the specifications progress and path to becoming a full W3C final specification.

Speakers
KR

Kevron Rees

Tizen IVI Developer, Intel Corporation
Kevron has been working in automotive open source for 8 years. Kevron currently works at Intel on Tizen IVI and is one of the editors in the W3C automotive business group.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Neptune

1:00pm

Lunch
Tuesday July 1, 2014 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Jupiter Foyer

2:30pm

Freedom to Innovate - Shane Coughlan, Open Invention Network
From smartphones to automotive IVI devices, a vast array of consumer electronics operate on Open Source Software. Significant innovation has opened the market to increased competition while expanding features and capabilities, and dramatically driven down cost for consumers. As competition has increased so too has the complexity of navigating licensing and patent concerns in the space. The rapid influx of Linux-based consumer electronics is a prime example of why technology business leaders need a deep understanding of how leading Open Source stakeholders address challenges and seize opportunities. Shane Coughlan, Global Director of Licensing for Open Invention Network, will outline ways that companies can insulate themselves from risk while continuing to drive market demand and encouraging competition.

Speakers
avatar for Shane Coughlan

Shane Coughlan

VP, Global Business Development, Insignary
Shane Coughlan is an expert in communication, security and business development. He is well known for building bridges between commercial and non-commercial stakeholders in the technology sector. His professional accomplishments include establishing a legal department for the primary NGO promoting Free Software in Europe, building a professional network of over 270 legal counsel and technical experts across 4 continents, and launching the first... Read More →


Tuesday July 1, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Jupiter

2:30pm

A Location Based Application on Top of an Open Source, Automotive IVI Software Stack - Philippe Colliot, PSA Peugeot Citroen
This talk will walk you through the development of LBS applications on top of a GENIVI compliant, Open Source, automotive IVI software stack. An application named Fuel Stop Advisor (FSA) will be presented. Vehicles, whether electric or otherwise, all require fuel / energy. Beyond merely determining fuel consumption, the Fuel Stop Advisor helps the driver determine when they may need to refuel. This application provides basic navigation features and helps drivers to avoid running out of fuel / energy and plan accordingly when low. FSA gives a predictive evaluation of the tank distance on the route ahead and, if needed, propose to reroute to an available and reachable refill / recharge station.
The FSA application is based on standardized navigation APIs proposed by GENIVI. The navigation engine of the FSA is powered by Navit. The map database is OSM.

Speakers
PC

Philippe Colliot

PSA Peugeot Citroen
Philippe leads the location-based service projects in GENIVI. He is a recognized expert in navigation systems at PSA Peugeot Citroen and an experience programmer for many years in embedded systems, and in particular for Linux-based systems. He has developed the Fuel Stop Advisor application jointly with the Navit maintainer.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Neptune

2:30pm

LTSI Kernel, How We Can Help Automotive Industries - Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC; Hisao Munakata, Renesas Electronics
LTSI is the production kernel based on community long-term stable kernel. We have created new long-term stable kernel development rules with the community maintainer, that is pick one version per year and committed 2 year length maintenance by the community. It means all bug-fix and security fix patch application is done by community. I know automotive industry need more than 2 years support period and we can continue keep some specific LTS/LTSI kernel for more than its regular period.

Speakers
HM

Hisao Munakata

Open Source Development Center Lead, Renesas Electronics
Hisao Munakata is a lead of Open Source Development center at Renesas Electronics, and major contributor for the LTSI and other LF activity. He did various presentation, panel and BoF session at previous LF and other Linux related events.
TS

Tsugikazu Shibata

LTSI Project Lead, NEC
Tsugikazu Shibata LTSI Project lead, NEC. Tsugikazu Shibata has been working on coordinating the relationship between industry and community as a chief of OSS Promotion Center of NEC. He is an active member of LF/CEWG and Project Lead of LTSI. He is also a board member of the Linux Foundation.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Orchid 1/2

3:30pm

OPEN and Security – Do Opposites Attract? - Karl Heimer, Battelle
Have you been asking yourself why security is such a hot and important topic related to “open” and “connected” vehicles within the IoT? This presentation begins with describing why the risk exists both from technical (why are cars vulnerable) and societal (why would a hacker want to target a car) perspectives. Can “open” be secure and will more reviewers make for better and more secure code? Are there ways the ecosystem can learn from past experiences and mitigate the risks within an open environment before tragedy strikes? Karl will walk the audience through these questions as well as describe the historical growth curve of malware and the consequential critical need to address core Cyber Security issues well before the point of exponential attack growth. )

Speakers
KH

Karl Heimer

Senior Research Director, Battelle
Soon after joining Battelle in 2011, Heimer founded its Center for Advanced Vehicle Environments (CAVE), a research unit which he now leads. The group is dedicated to creating security products for connected vehicles and extending both knowledge and awareness of critical cybersecurity issues which will affect current and future vehicles. It is currently engaged in both long-term security projects and shorter term “gap-filler&rdquo... Read More →


Tuesday July 1, 2014 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Jupiter

3:30pm

An Open Source Automotive Software Stack for IVI - Jeremiah Foster, Pelagicore AB
This talk will walk you through a current, GENIVI compliant, Open Source, automotive IVI software stack. It will list components in detail, point to source code repositories, and demonstrate to the community some gap analysis on what's missing and what can be done. The talk will also demonstrate how you can use, modify, and in general participate in this stack and perhaps share the goal of having a "rock-solid, production quality" software stack for a head unti.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremiah C. Foster

Jeremiah C. Foster

Open Source Technologist, Pelagicore AB
Jeremiah currently serves as GENIVI's community manager and is a Pelagicore AB representative for Automotive Grade Linux. Pelagicore is an Open Source automotive company, one that understands that "Open Source" is not a marketing term but means that you actually share your source code. Jeremiah has a background in UNIX and GNU/Linux, and has been worked as a sysadmin and developer in those domains for the last fifteen years.


Tuesday July 1, 2014 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Neptune

3:30pm

Xen - Automotive Hypervisor - Alex Agizim, GlobalLogic Inc
The presentation will cover Xen Automotive. We will elaborate technical solutions for the identified gaps: 1. ARM architecture - support HW virtualization extensions for embedded systems 2. Stability requirements 3. RT Scheduler 4. Rich virtualized peripheral support (WiFi, Gfx, MM, USB, etc.) 5. Performance benchmarking 6. Security

Speakers
AA

Alex Agizim

VP, CTO Embedded Systems, GlobalLogic
Mr. Agizim is holding the position of CTO of Embedded Systems in GlobalLogic Inc. He has accumulated over eighteen years of directly related experience in the areas of software development, embedded systems, telecommunications and multimedia systems. Mr. Agizim received both MSEE and BSEE from the Lviv Polytechnic University in Lviv, Ukraine. His speaking engagements over the last 2 years have been primarily focus. Currently leading OSS stack for... Read More →


Tuesday July 1, 2014 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Orchid 1/2

4:20pm

Break
Tuesday July 1, 2014 4:20pm - 4:45pm
Jupiter Foyer

4:45pm

Keynote: Chain of Innovation - Chiseki Sagawa, Corporate Vice President, Fujitsu Limited
In this keynote, Chiseki Sagawa will present how Fujitsu leveraged their experience in the enterprise and embedded fields to improve the Automotive industry.

Speakers
CS

Chiseki Sagawa

Chiseki Sagawa has been with Fujitsu Limited for more than 30 years and is currently the Head of Platform Planning & Strategies Unit, and the Head of Global Software Center, Service Platform Business, responsible for cloud computing strategies, its platform development, as well as business executions worldwide. | | Chiseki Sagawa received the B.S. degree from the University of Washington in 1981. He joined Fujitsu Limited in April 1981... Read More →


Tuesday July 1, 2014 4:45pm - 5:10pm
Jupiter

5:15pm

OPEN Automotive – Fragmentation Go Home Panel - GENIVI, AGL, The Linux Foundation; Moderated by Roger Lanctot, Associate Director, Strategy Analytics
A thought leader panel discussion between the Linux Foundation, GENIVI and AGL discussing how to limit the fragmentation of open source Linux within automotive. The time/opportunity to truly develop an open, collaborative and mutually beneficial working relationship to deliver a single, comprehensive a powerful message to the ecosystem to avoid further fragmentation and confusion in the marketplace is now. The importance of aligning common goals, work requirements and mutual investment and support to achieve the highest levels of contribution will be explored. The alignment of joint and collaborative activities may be challenging in the short run, but the message is simple, “promote true openness in automotive” ((i.e. open collaboration, open/shared specifications, open interoperability, open participation and open thought leadership).

Moderators
RL

Roger Lanctot

Associate Director, Strategy Analytics

Tuesday July 1, 2014 5:15pm - 5:45pm
Jupiter

5:45pm

Reception
Tuesday July 1, 2014 5:45pm - 8:00pm
Jupiter Foyer
 
Wednesday, July 2
 

8:30am

Continental Breakfast
Wednesday July 2, 2014 8:30am - 9:30am
Jupiter Foyer

9:30am

Keynote: Automotive OEM’s Desire - Robust but Flexible IVI Platform - Toshiro Muramatsu, Director, Vehicle Information Technology Division, Nissan
Automotive OEMs are facing dramatic change on in-vehicle infotainment systems, applications and connected services in total. Consumer electronics technologies and its services have been brought in, smartphones have been more integrated, 4G LTE provides wide variety of capabilities and so on. In the next decade, we will see more innovations on consumer electronics as well as vehicle side including autonomous driving. It is a challenge for automotive OEMs to deal with those on-going changes within the life cycle of IVI models. This keynote expresses what car OEM’s are facing, what solutions need to be considered to develop robust but flexible IVI platform.

Speakers
TM

Toshiro Muramatsu

Director, Vehicle Information Technology Division, Nissan


Wednesday July 2, 2014 9:30am - 9:55am
Jupiter

10:00am

Keynote: A New Era - Open Innovation in the Automotive Ecosystem with Linux and Open Source Community - Masashige Mizuyama, CTO of Automotive Infotainment Systems, Panasonic
Through our experience developing Linux products, we at Panasonic have
come to the conclusion that Linux and the open source community have
great potential to innovate driving and entertainment experience.

This is not just about the technology but also about the way how Linux
and open source software are developed by open communities that embrace
technical excellence. The automotive industry can learn a lot from the
open source communities.

We think this open innovation will lead us to a new era in automotive
ecosystem. But how should we go about it? What are our targets and how
can we achieve them through collaboration with the community?

Do you appreciate this opportunity? We need to learn and take a chance.

Why don't you grasp this chance? Would you come with us?

Speakers
MM

Masashige Mizuyama

CTO of Automotive Infotainment Systems, Panasonic
Masashige Mizuyama has been a Software Architect and System Architect | including system LSI. He has directed many lines of mobile products such as cellular phones based on Linux and smartphones in Panasonic. | Regarding developer community activities, he has held the roles of CE Linux | | Forum Architecture Gr. Co-Chair and Limo Foundation Architecture | Steering Committee Chair. In 2013, he moved to Automotive Infotainment Systems... Read More →


Wednesday July 2, 2014 10:00am - 10:25am
Jupiter

10:30am

Break
Wednesday July 2, 2014 10:30am - 11:00am
Jupiter Foyer

11:00am

Issues and Solutions for Applying Window System to Infotainment Unit Development - Takamasa Okamoto, Panasonic
Panasonic presents “issues and solutions for applying Window System (Wayland/Weston) to Infotainment Unit Development”. In Infotainment Unit Development, lightweight Window System is required, which can accept client rendering by using OpenGL ES and composite Multi-Window. Panasonic evaluated whether Wayland/Weston met system requirements of Infotainment Unit. Infotainment Unit requires “simultaneous operation of high frame rate video and HMI animation” and “stable video camera playing for ensuring safety”. But in the evaluation result, because of high GPU load caused by layer composition, these requirements couldn’t be met. Our solution to this problem is to cooperate with BSP offer origin, improve Wayland/Weston to support “multi hardware layer” and “compositor by 2D-GPU”. The improved Wayland/Weston is expected to meet the system requirements of Infotainment Unit.

Speakers
TO

Takamasa Okamoto

Panasonic
[Career History] | April 2007 - Present: Panasonic Corporation. | [Technical Career History] | April 2007 - Present: Development of Graphics System for Car Navigation.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Orchid 1/2

11:00am

The Automotive Grade Linux Build Service - Jan-Simon Möller, The Linux Foundation
The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) Build Service allows you to build an AGL-based Linux system for various targets in just a few steps. Jan-Simon Möller will introduce the setup of the components used, how you can use it to collaborate on your own target system and how you can contribute or exchange components.

Speakers
JM

Jan-Simon Möller

Consultant, The Linux Foundation
Jan-Simon Möller is an electrical engineer who has spent the past decade working with and on Open Source projects and Linux. His previous work involved embedded systems, build systems, device drivers, power management, robotics and SELinux. He has been involved in a number of Open Source projects, including being a contributor to the Open Build Service. Currently Jan-Simon works as a consultant and as a trainer for the Linux Foundation.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Neptune

11:00am

Winthorpe - Let Your Applications Listen... And Talk - Jaska Uimonen, Intel
Winthorpe is a platform service for speech recognition and synthesis. It aims to ease the process of speech-enabling applications. By taking care of the details of the actual recognition and synthesis, Winthorpe allows application developers to focus their full attention on improving usability by utilizing this new interaction mechanism with the end user. Applications register their grammar of commands with Winthorpe and get notified when commands are recognized. Winthorpe has a flexible plugin infrastructure allowing different recognition and synthesis backends to be easily plugged in and bridging to existing speech services like Siri and Google Now. By tapping into system policy and obeying policy decisions Winthorpe allows making speech control more context aware and thus more natural. Winthorpe is currently available in the Tizen IVI profile.

Speakers
JU

Jaska Uimonen

Linux Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Specializing in audio software | Currently linux software engineer at Intel, doing open source resource policy engine called Murphy (01.org/murphy) | Currently involved in developing Tizen automotive stack | Previously software engineer at nokia (Meego, worked with N9 and N900 linux phones) | Have had a presentation in couple of conferences | Have been lecturing in the university for 10 years


Wednesday July 2, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Jupiter

12:00pm

AI in Automotive? Why and When - Arnaud Dupuis, Genymobile
Ask anyone about Artificial Intelligence in Automotive and you will without any doubt hear about self-driving cars. This is a great application of AI in Automotive, however there is plenty of domain where AI and Deep Learning can help drivers and make the road a safer place. In this conference we will look at the technology that already exists and see what is going to be the next big things that we will or should see in the near future. We also will introduce some of the popular AI technologies to learn and make deductions from the car perspectives.

Speakers
AD

Arnaud Dupuis

CEO & Co-Founder, Genymobile


Wednesday July 2, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Orchid 1/2

12:00pm

West Coast Innovation Hubs - Pete Popov, Jaguar Land Rover
The rapid pace of software and electronics innovation in the car has shifted some of the focus away from the traditional production zones to high tech technology hubs. In this presentation we’ll talk about the latest developments in US West Coast hubs and their importance to the automotive industry and how it all ties to Automotive Grade Linux strategy.

Speakers
PP

Pete Popov

Infotainment Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover
Pete Popov is an Infotainment Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, working with the Future Technologies team in Portland, Oregon. A Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Pete started working with Linux in 1995 and by 2000 was working on commercial embedded Linux as a kernel developer at MontaVista Software. In 2004 Pete was a founder of Embedded Alley Solutions, Inc, an embedded Linux services company, and served as its CEO until 2009 when the company was... Read More →


Wednesday July 2, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Neptune

12:00pm

The Free Ride - Nathan Willis, LWN.net
Car enthusiasts and shade-tree mechanics have been modding their vehicles since almost day one, and the increasing importance of Linux and open source software shows no sign of slowing them down. In this presentation, Nathan Willis will review his recent personal experience building a Linux-powered IVI system for aftermarket use in his personal vehicle, and discuss where the software projects employed succeed and come up short. The topics covered will include power and runtime management, package management and integration, hardware support difficulties, and licensing concerns.

Speakers
NW

Nathan Willis

Editor, LWN.net
Nathan Willis is a free-software journalist, part-time automotive hacker, and part-time developer of open-source fonts. He has spoken at linux.conf.au, Linux Plumbers Conference, the Automotive Linux Summit, SCALE, and Libre Graphics Meeting, and has spoken and keynoted at GUADEC.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Jupiter

1:00pm

Lunch
Wednesday July 2, 2014 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Jupiter Foyer

2:15pm

A Quick Solution for Conventional H/W IP in the Modern ARM Based SoC. - Yoshiyuki Ito, Renesas
A Quick Solution for conventional H/W IP in the modern ARM based SoC; Modern ARM based SoCs have wider address bus than conventional 32bit address space. However, in such SoC, there are some conventional H/W IP which able to access only 32bit physical address space. An IOMMU frameworks are proposed to Kernel Community to manipulate dynamic address translation for conventional H/W IPs. And also, there are needs to use static address offset to fit those conventional H/W IPs into over 32bit address space. In this presentation, it mentioned how to merge dynamic IOMMU manipulation and static address offset scheme as the Quick Solutions.

Speakers
YI

Yoshiyuki Ito

Expert, Renesas Electronics
Joined NEC at Apr. 1993, NEC electronics at Jun. 2003 and RENESAS Electronics at Apr. 2010. | Member of Open Source Development Centor of the RENESAS Electronics.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 2:15pm - 3:05pm
Jupiter

2:15pm

Camera Architecture from Failure to Success - Sujal Shah, Symphony Teleca
Camera is one of the most interesting devices which could be integrated to the car system. It offers variety of use cases from Rear View to Signs Recognition, Assisted Parking options and autonomous driving. At the same time Camera as the abstract technology offers variety of options from HW and SW integration perspectives, that each have their own design and integration challenges. Learn what SymphonyTeleca experienced in bringing different types of cameras to the Tizen IVI system, plus discover which system architecture and design options worked well and what did not work. This technical session will help new and existing contributors to select best approach and minimize design and integration effort on dealing with typical camera issues. The session shall include how to best handle frames and live streams, in terms of application and MAL integration based on real implementations.

Speakers

Wednesday July 2, 2014 2:15pm - 3:05pm
Orchid 1/2

2:15pm

What Tizen 3 Can Provide to IVI - Dominig ar Foll, Intel
Tizen is about to release it's version 3. During this session we will present what are the new features provided by Tizen 3 in particular for IVI projects. After a resync on Tizen architecture and objectives, the presentation will focus on the new additions of Tizen:
- Security model based on Mandatory Access Control
- Fast boot
- Multi user support
- Windows management support and pure Wayland (no X dependencies).
- HTML5 and Web API status
- Improvement in platform building.

Speakers
avatar for Dominig ar Foll

Dominig ar Foll

Senior Software Architect, Intel Open Source
Dominig Ar Foll (Dominique Le Foll) holds a Master degree in Computer Science from the Military School ESAT in Paris. He started as a research engineer during ten years before joining the Telecom Industry. Dominig has won several patents in Europe, US and Asia and regularly talk in international conferences. His experience in the securitisation of pay TV service has lead him to work on the security extensions for Meego TV and Tizen IVI. He... Read More →


Wednesday July 2, 2014 2:15pm - 3:05pm
Neptune

3:15pm

Defensive Patent Strategies - Understanding Legal Risks and Opportunities - Dr. Catharina Maracke, Keio University
Recent developments on patents, especially in the US context, have again demonstrated the necessity to understand legal risks in open innovation and open licensing processes. Almost all industries are now facing the challenge of complex copyright and patent licensing structures and especially the challenge to integrate open innovation models into established business structures. The proposed talk will give an overview about current challenges for integrative and collaborative projects in an international context and introduce different defensive patent licensing models. In addition, the Defensive Patent License project will be introduced as one potential way to build influence in the patent challenge via Open Innovation Communities. 

Speakers
CM

Catharina Maracke

Dr. Catharina Maracke is an associate professor at the Graduate School for Media and Governance, Shonan Fujisawa Campus, at Keio University. Her current work and interests include intellectual property law and policy, standardization efforts for public licensing schemes, and the general interaction between law and technology. Catharina is also a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School and fellow at the... Read More →


Wednesday July 2, 2014 3:15pm - 4:05pm
Jupiter

3:15pm

Driver Workload Management Based on GENIVI Driver Workload Assessor - Yusuke Nakamura, DENSO Corporation
Recently many functions of IVI (some of which are connected to CE Devices) have been proposed and the various factors of driver distraction are increasing significantly. The society is concerned that Distraction leads to accidents. In order to bring solutions to these problems, in this presentation Yusuke Nakamura will introduce the HMI Management according to the driver workload to which the driver is subject. First , he will introduce “Driver Workload Assessor” he has been defining in GENIVI which estimates the driver workload to which the driver is subject. Next, he will introduce an example of HMI Management by using “Driver Workload Assessor”. You will be able to feel the importance of HMI Management according to the driver workload.

Speakers
YN

Yusuke Nakamura

HMI Software Engineer, DENSO Corporation
Yusuke Nakamura is a HMI Software Engineer of DENSO Corporation. He has been engaged in the Advanced Engineering in HMI and infotainment products since he joined DENSO in 2010. Most recently, he has been working on the development of the Driver Workload Assessment technology and Driver Workload Management System. He is currently proposing the Driver Workload Management System and contributing in GENIVI HMI Application Framework Expert Group.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 3:15pm - 4:05pm
Neptune

3:15pm

Harmonizing policy management with Murphy in Genivi, AGL and Tizen IVI - Janos Kovacs, Intel

In this presentation it will be discussed how policy management can be harmonized between the leading automotive specifications and distributions. There are ongoing efforts in couple key areas like audio, screen, and application lifecycle management. This presentation will give overview of these activities and discuss about the future challenges.


Speakers
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Janos Kovacs

Linux Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
30 years experience in SW development in various companies both with architectural and implementation work. Presentations in various conferences such as in last year ALS. Currently working full-time on Tizen IVI as an Intel employee.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 3:15pm - 4:05pm
Orchid 1/2

4:15pm

Modello, More Than Just a Pretty Picture - Geoffroy Van Cutsem, Intel
A good first impression is extremely important. It makes the difference between a user thinking “whoa” or “meh.” One of the first things drivers will see in their cars is the IVI user interface. Modello is an open source HTML5 UI proof of concept designed specifically for today’s IVI systems and serves several purposes for Tizen IVI. In addition to demonstrating how an effective IVI UI could be laid out, Modello is also a test case for Tizen web APIs and performance. It can even be used as a way to quickly prototype new UI elements or applications. In this presentation I aim to show what Modello can do today, give insight on what it will be able to do in the future, and demonstrate how developers can expand it further for their own projects.

Speakers
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Geoffroy Van Cutsem

Geoffroy Van Cutsem is a Technical Marketing Engineer working in the Open-Source Technology Center at Intel Corporation. He has been involved in Automotive for a number of years working with customers and partners and also supporting the IVI community. He can regularly be seen at events demonstrating Tizen IVI.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 4:15pm - 5:05pm
Orchid 1/2

4:15pm

Remote User Interfaces in IVI Systems - Ossama Othman, Intel
IVI systems are generally comprised of multiple ECUs with different purposes, capabilities, levels of privilege and user interfaces. As IVI systems become more available to passengers, interaction between passenger accessible UIs and other, potentially privileged, UIs becomes an important factor in the overall IVI user experience from both the driver and passenger point of view. For example, the driver may desire to display content found on his IVI system on a passenger's IVI system that is run on a different ECU. Similarly a passenger may wish to remotely interact with another passenger's UI. In this presentation Ossama Othman will discuss approaches to and plans for implementing such remote UI functionality in the context of Tizen IVI.

Speakers
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Ossama Othman

Senior Software Engineer, Intel - Open Source Technology Center
Ossama Othman is a Senior Software Engineer at Intel, and has presented at several conferences, including the Automotive Linux Summits, Tizen Developers Conference and OMG Real-Time Workshops.


Wednesday July 2, 2014 4:15pm - 5:05pm
Neptune

4:15pm

Single Sign-on Framework in Tizen - Jaska Uimonen, Intel
Single sign-on frameworks aim to securely store sensitive data that belongs to the user, and provide authentication operations using this data to applications. One specific example of such data is OAuth authentication tokes used to access popular online services (such as Google and Facebook). For Tizen IVI and Mobile a new single sign-on framework called gSSO was developed. In this talk, Alexander will review the design goals, the architecture and the API of gSSO. He will also demonstrate how obtaining access to an online service using OAuth works with gSSO.

Speakers
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Jaska Uimonen

Linux Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Specializing in audio software | Currently linux software engineer at Intel, doing open source resource policy engine called Murphy (01.org/murphy) | Currently involved in developing Tizen automotive stack | Previously software engineer at nokia (Meego, worked with N9 and N900 linux phones) | Have had a presentation in couple of conferences | Have been lecturing in the university for 10 years


Wednesday July 2, 2014 4:15pm - 5:05pm
Jupiter