Thursday 30th August, 2012
2:25pm to 3:10pm
The use of Linux in car infotainment systems (IVI) has become the next evolutionary step for the vehicle ecosystem. While this allows the car design process to benefit from the fast pace of innovation seen in the mobile and gaming worlds, it also requires an evolution of Linux itself to meet the unique needs of this new and exciting market. In this talk I will be speaking about some of the IVI technologies being developed to address some of these gaps, including an architecture for providing vehicle information services, lightweight rendering with the use of wayland, remote rendering surfaces, and resource management using new systemd capabilities.
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