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Automotive Linux Summit 1-2 July Tokoyo Japan

The Automotive Linux Summit will be taking place at the Chinzan-so Conference Center in Tokyo, Japan July 1 – 2, 2014. Individuals from the fields of automotive systems engineers, Linux experts, R&D managers, business executives, open-source licensing and compliance specialists and community developers will gather for this event. The Automotive Linux Summit is an opportunity to learn more about this industry from a variety of presentations.


Tuesday, July 1
8:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:30am Keynote: Linux in Automotive – From Open Source to Products – Mark Skarpness, Director System Engineering, Intel; Tsuguo Nobe, Chief Advanced Service Architect and Director, Intel
10:00am Keynote: Automotive Grade Linux – Raising the Bar for Automotive Software Development – Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover
10:30am Break
11:00am IVI Graphic Subsystem: Weston IVI-shell is Ready for Product – Nobuhiko Tanibata, Advanced Driver Information Technology Linux File System Analysis for IVI System – Mitsuharu Ito Porting Tizen-IVI 3.0 to an ARM based SoC Platform – Damiam Hobson-Garcia, Igel Co.
12:00pm The Past, Present and Future of WebKit/Blink – Silvia Cho, Igalia Linux and the Automotive Security Lab – Nathan Willis, LWN.net W3C Vehicle Specification – Kevron Rees, Intel
1:00pm Lunch
2:30pm Freedom to Innovate – Shane Coughlan, Open Invention Network A Location Based Application on Top of an Open Source, Automotive IVI Software Stack – Philippe Colliot, PSA Peugeot Citroen Building Performance HTML5 Apps on Top of WRT APIs – Aki Saarinen, Reaktor Japan KK
3:30pm OPEN and Security – Do Opposites Attract? – Karl Heimer, Battelle An Open Source Automotive Software Stack for IVI – Jeremiah Foster, Pelagicore AB Xen – Automotive Hypervisor – Alex Agizim, GlobalLogic Inc
4:30pm Break
4:45pm Keynote: Chain of Innovation – Chiseki Sagawa, Corporate Vice President, Fujitsu Limited
5:15pm OPEN Automotive – Fragmentation Go Home Panel – GENIVI, AGL, The Linux Foundation; Moderated by Roger Lanctot, Senior Analyst, Strategy Analytics
5:45pm Reception
Wednesday, July 2
8:30am Continental Breakfast
9:30am Keynote: Automotive OEM’s Desire – Robust but Flexible IVI Platform – Toshiro Muramatsu, Director, Vehicle Information Technology Division, Nissan
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
10:30am Break
11:00am Issues and Solutions for applying Window System to Infotainment Unit Development – Takamasa Okamoto, Panasonic The Automotive Grade Linux Build Service – Jan-Simon Möller, The Linux Foundation Winthorpe – Let Your Applications Listen… And Talk – Jaska Uimonen, Intel
12:00pm AI in Automotive? Why and When – Arnaud Dupuis, Genymobile West Coast Innovation Hubs – Pete Popov, Jaguar Land Rover The Free Ride – Nathan Willis, LWN.net
1:00pm Lunch
2:15pm Camera Architecture from Failure to Success – Sujal Shah, Symphony Teleca What Tizen 3 Can Provide to IVI – Dominig ar Foll, Intel
3:15pm Driver Workload Management based on GENIVI Driver Workload Assessor – Yusuke Nakamura, DENSO Corporation Harmonizing policy management with Murphy in Genivi, AGL and Tizen IVI – Janos Kovacs, Intel LTSI Kernel, How We Can Help Automotive Industries. – Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC; Hisao Munakata, Renesas Electronics
4:15pm Modello, More Than Just a Pretty Picture – Geoffroy Van Cutsem, Intel Remote User Interfaces in IVI Systems – Ossama Othman, Intel Single Sign-on Framework in Tizen – Jaska Uimonen, Intel

Make sure you register for this event.
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