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Wednesday, May 31
 

08:00

Breakfast
Wednesday May 31, 2017 08:00 - 09:00
4F Foyer

08:00

Registration
Wednesday May 31, 2017 08:00 - 17:30
3F Foyer

09:00

How to Use AGL CAN Signal - Yuichi Kusakabe, Fujitsu
In this presentation How to use Linux CAN driver and OSS CAN utils to easy example. and try to connect AGL reference hardware board, send/recv CAN data used to AGL new CAN FW. and discuss the AGL need to CAN data handing function.

Speakers
avatar for Yuichi Kusakabe

Yuichi Kusakabe

Project Leader, Fujitsu
Yuichi Kusakabe is Linux Project Leader of Fujitsu TEN LTD. He has been involved in embedded Linux solutions IVI.



Wednesday May 31, 2017 09:00 - 09:40
Restaurant

09:00

Journey to the Infinite Network - Rolf Lumpe, Nexius

This session will take the audience on a journey to the infinite network – a flexible and intelligent network that can scale almost infinitely and be available anywhere at anytime.

Discussion will focus on the need for a community driven model, built on a foundation of software and analytics, with key insights to the adaption of cutting edge technologies, open innovation, automation and AI that will enable the infinite network.


Speakers
avatar for Rolf Lumpe

Rolf Lumpe

Head International Business Development, APAC, Nexius
Responsible for leading Nexius’ international business expansion of virtualization, data analytics, and open source innovation to communication providers and enterprises.Rolf is a pragmatic global executive with more than 20 years of experience driving international technology... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 09:00 - 09:40
Hall A

09:50

Cloud Connected Vehicle Based on Open Source Software - Alex Agizim, EPAM
I will present the approach - how to build the cloud connected vehicle using open source components. The following approach will be presented:
1. Isolation between safety critical and cloud enabled SW on the vehicle by virtialization using Xen hypervisor
2. Integration with vehicle on-board computer - as an example Renesas r-Car H3 SoC, explain:resource sharing & protection, real-time scheduling and security improvements using TEE
3. Building connected framework enabling in-vehicle 3rd party services development & deployment using Docker, W3C vehicle data & control APIs
4. Building service distribution framework

Speakers
AA

Alex Agizim

CTO Automotive & Embedded Systems, EPAM Systems
Mr. Agizim holding the position of CTO with focus on Automotive & Embedded Systems. | Mr. Agizim joined EPAM in 2016 from GlobalLogic where he served as CTO, Embedded Systems. Mr. Agizim has more than 25 years of experience in the high-tech industry as a software developer, R&D... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 09:50 - 10:30
Restaurant
  • Experience Level Any

09:50

Cockpit System: Collaboration with Applications in AGL Ecosystem - Nobuhiko Tanibata, DENSO Corporation
The AGL distro is going to evolute new stage to get more applications and connect itsef to other EUC as a part of Cockpit system. Nobuhiko Tanibata will present current applications which support AGL distro as a good reference and technicals how to allow applications to be collaborated with Meter cluster, HUD, or else.

Speakers
avatar for Nobuhiko Tanibata

Nobuhiko Tanibata

Project Manager, DENSO CORPORATION
Nobuhiko Tanibata is a project manager at DENSO Corporation. 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 In-Vehicle Infotainment system department to develop a Linux distribution to... Read More →



Wednesday May 31, 2017 09:50 - 10:30
Hall A

10:30

Morning Break
Wednesday May 31, 2017 10:30 - 11:00
4F Foyer

11:00

Keynote: Automotive Grade Linux: State of the Alliance - Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux, The Linux Foundation
The automotive industry has fallen behind the smartphone in terms of features and functionality because innovation is too slow, time-to-market is too long and there's very little software reuse. Automotive companies are now in the software business and are adopting open source to drive the industry forward.

Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) at The Linux Foundation, will provide an overview of AGL milestones and the project roadmap and will also discuss the benefits of adopting an open source approach and the impact on product development.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Cauchy

Dan Cauchy

General Manager of Automotive, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation, Automotive Grade Linux
Dan is the General Manager of Automotive at Linux Foundation. He is responsible for the overall management and execution of the Automotive Grade Linux collaborative project, an industry effort to build an open source automotive reference platform backed by leading car manufacture... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 11:00 - 11:15
Hall B

11:20

Keynote: Importance of Data Utilization in the Connected Car Era - Hidenori Tsuzuki, President & Representative Director, NTT Data MSE Corporation
Speakers
avatar for Hidenori Tsuzuki

Hidenori Tsuzuki

Representative Director and President, NTT DATA MSE CORPORATION
Hidenori Tsuzuki is Representative Director and President of NTT DATA MSE CORPORATION from 2015, which has expertise in embedded software development as NTT DATA group. He had promoted full-scale entry into the automotive field, and he drives to expand the business fields in the... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 11:20 - 11:40
Hall B

11:45

Keynote: Learnings of using Linux in Large-Scale OEM IVI Development - Xiaoying Wang, COO, Suntec

With the Linux IVI platform build experience, we hope to share the ideology and pursuing for the software platform creation, the learnings for the platform in-using large-scale OEM development, as well as the development automation related activities.


Speakers
avatar for Xiaoying Wang

Xiaoying Wang

COO, Suntec
1994 Graduated from Electric Engineering Department, Shanghai Jiao Tong University | 1996 Joined Suntec Software (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Since 1997, Eagle has been devoted to the IVI software development area, supervising major large scale projects in Suntec. In 2011, he initiated... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 11:45 - 12:00
Hall B

12:05

12:30

Lunch (Attendees on Own)
Wednesday May 31, 2017 12:30 - 14:00
TBA

14:00

Power Management for Car Infotainment- Takahiko Gomi, Renesas Electronics
Recently, car infortament is evolving highly functional and performance system such as enriched entertaiment for media, user interface, etc. however, increased power consumption causes an enormous thermal. So, it impacts product life and failure rate of semiconductors.

Therefore, we apply power management to our product in order to solove the issue.
we will explain power management, and describe Thermal management and big.LITTLE which used by that power management.

Speakers
TG

Takahiko Gomi

Renasas Electronics
I'm responsible for power management development of car infotainment at Renesas Electronics. | - Design power management for thermal control | - Evaluation / Analysis of power consumption | - Optimaization of power consumption to reduce temperature | | 6 years of experien... Read More →



Wednesday May 31, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall A

14:00

The Chromium project's Way to Wayland - Antonio Gomes, Igalia Inc
Wayland is the most advanced X11-alternative display protocol, shipping today in a variety of desktop and embedded environments. Although the Chromium browser on Linux still defaults to use the X11 window system, there have been efforts to port it to different environments.

This effort happens in various fronts, including the development and stabilization of Ozone, an abstraction layer for graphics and input events, and the transitioning of some ChromeOS-oriented solutions to Linux, for example Chromium's new "UI service".

Igalia has been actively contributing to this multi organizational collaboration, aiming at getting a full fledged Chromium browser running natively on Wayland. The work happens on Chromium's upstream repository so that the greater Chromium community can benefit from it.

This presentation intends to show the Chromium project's way to Wayland.

Speakers
avatar for Antonio Gomes

Antonio Gomes

Software Engineer, Igalia SL
Browser developer at Igalia SL, previously at Samsung Research America, Blackberry and Nokia, with over 12 years of experience in contributing to Open Source projects. I currently hold reviewer and committer statuses on WebKit and Chromium projects, respectively.



Wednesday May 31, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall B-2

14:50

An OpenSource Low Level Hypervisor for AGL - Dominig ar Foll, Intel Open Source
Lowlevel Hypervisors open a way to keep legacy code running is isolation as well has pave a potential solution for Functional Safety implementation.

The presentation will present the finding of enabling the Open source Hypervisor Jailhouse (https://github.com/siemens/jailhouse) under an Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) latest build for an Intel target.

After an introduction to the technology and the openings that it could provide to the Automotive industry, we will report our own practical experience of this proof of concept.

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 French School ESAT in Paris. He started as a research engineer for ten years before joining the Telecom Industry. | Dominig has also won several patents in Europe, US and Asia. He currently wo... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall B-2

14:50

Securing Vehicle-to-Cloud Data and Privacy with Digital Identity - Ashley Stevenson, ForgeRock
Digital Identity is a foundational piece of user experience, security and privacy in the connected car ecosystem. In previous AGL meetings, we've discussed how identity-driven, in-vehicle personalization is a key business differentiator for auto OEMs and Tier 1 providers.

Join this talk to find out how Digital Identity is also at the core of data and user privacy for V2V, V2X, and especially Vehicle-to-Cloud security. Hear about ForgeRock's innovative proposal to securely establish trusted identities for vehicles, and learn how the trusted identity of the vehicle itself is a cornerstone to ensuring confidentiality, integrity and security of V2C transactions, and how data can be tagged with driver and car identity attributes, along with privacy directives, to ensure data access is controlled in-vehicle, in-transit, and in the cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Ashley Stevenson

Ashley Stevenson

Identity Technology Director, ForgeRock
Ashley Stevenson is a recognized leader and communicator in the digital identity, credential and access management (ICAM) space, with extensive experience in US Federal ICAM architecture and implementation. Ashley drives Identity Relationship Management technology integration for... Read More →



Wednesday May 31, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall A
  • Experience Level Any

15:30

Afternoon Break
Wednesday May 31, 2017 15:30 - 16:00
4F Foyer

16:00

IoTivity for Automotive - Phil Coval, Samsung
The OCF/IoTivity project aims to answer interoperability issues in the IoT world from many different contexts to accommodate a huge range devices from microcontrollers to consumer electronics or even automotive embedded systems. As today IoTivity is integrated into major open source automotive platforms (Tizen, GENIVI, Automotive Grade Linux or any Yocto based distribution) the talk will give you the keys to get started and design new Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) use cases from scratch. The session will be illustrated by demonstrations and examples' recipes will be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Phil Coval

Phil Coval

Software Engineer, Samsung
Philippe Coval is a FLOSS enthusiast since late 1990s, now belongs to Samsung Open Source Group. He is mainly committed to IoTivity project, but also contribute to automotive projects such as Tizen:IVI, GENIVI or AGL.



Wednesday May 31, 2017 16:00 - 16:40
Hall B-2

16:00

Tutorial: Set-up Your Own Satellite Lab for the AGL Infrastructure - Jan-Simon Möller, Automotive Grade Linux Project
AGL builds-up a distributed infrastructure to allow a large number of target boards to be tested early in the development of the distribution. The results serve as direct feedback to the developers. This Lab session wil provide the opportunity to setup a lab environment for your own DUT on real hardware and connect it to the AGL CIAT infrastructure. Participants need to bring their own DUT (incl. power, serial, network, sdcard) , laptop with linux, sdcard writer, one short ethernet cable, one long ethernet cable.

Speakers
avatar for Jan-Simon Moeller

Jan-Simon Moeller

Release Manager, Automotive Grade Linux Project
Jan-Simon Möller is the Release Manager of the Automotive Grade Linux Project, Lead of the CIAT team and takes care of the CI infrastructure. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering with strong background in Embedded Linux ranging from realtime to SELinux.



Wednesday May 31, 2017 16:00 - 17:30
Hall A

16:50

Multi-Screen UX : New GUI Architecture for Next Generation Cockpit System - Takashi Tsubone, Panasonic
Many kinds of displays with different sizes and resolutions will be installed various places in next generation cockpit system.

To achieve a user-friendly GUI in such environment, the framework will become important that fit multiple GUI layout windows to various kinds of displays simultaneously. It's called 'Multi-Layout Window'.

The purpose of this presentation is to explain the concept of this Multi-Layout window and how to achieve it.

Speakers
TT

Takashi Tsubone

Panasonic
Takashi Tsubone is a software engineer for embedded systems. | He developed the Panasonic digital TV products for many years, and | his specialty is the real-time display system and application framework on it using GPU. | Since 2015, he is in charge of the IVI display system... Read More →


Wednesday May 31, 2017 16:50 - 17:30
Hall B-2
 
Thursday, June 1
 

08:00

Breakfast
Thursday June 1, 2017 08:00 - 09:00
4F Foyer

08:00

Registration
Thursday June 1, 2017 08:00 - 17:30
3F Foyer

09:00

Secure OTA Updates for Vehicles with Uptane - Arthur Taylor, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Over-the-air software updates are a critical component of any modern connected device, and cars are no exception. With ADAS, high-resolution maps, and autonomous vehicles, the amount of software and pace of development within automotive is rapidly increasing, and OTA updates are key to keeping these systems safe and secure. In this session, we will examine the Uptane specification (https://uptane.github.io/), developed by security researchers and funded by the US DHS. We will discuss the specific safety and security challenges of the automotive industry, and look at what open source software exists that helps developers integrate Uptane into their systems.

Speakers
avatar for Arthur Taylor

Arthur Taylor

CTO, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
Arthur Taylor is CTO of Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH, suppliers of data-driven business solutions to the automotive industry. Arthur's background is in engineering - he has worked as a software engineer for more than 10 years, covering embedded development, server-side softwar... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 09:00 - 09:40
Restaurant

09:00

Smartphone-based Connectivity on AGL - Agustin Almansi, RealVNC
Smartphone-based Connectivity on AGL (Agustin Almansi, RealVNC) – More people are relying on smartphone applications like navigation and music streaming while driving and smartphone-based connectivity has now become an essential part of modern IVI systems. In this presentation, Agustin Almansi will give an overview on the most popular smartphone connectivity technologies including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Smart Device Link, Baidu CarLife and MirrorLink, and share his experience on how RealVNC integrated these technologies with AGL.

Speakers
avatar for Agustin Almansi

Agustin Almansi

Technology Consultant, RealVNC
I am a Technology Consultant at RealVNC, a software company based in Cambridge, UK. RealVNC specialises in remote access software and is the original inventor of the Virtual Network Computing (VNC) protocol. VNC technology has a wide range of uses in different industries, includi... Read More →



Thursday June 1, 2017 09:00 - 09:40
Hall A
  • Experience Level Any

09:50

Power Your Car with Automotive Grade Linux - Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is a Linux Foundation Collaboration Project that gets back to basics with its Unified Code Base distribution running on the Raspberry Pi 3 as well as automotive specific development boards from Renesas, TI, Qualcomm, NXP, and Intel. Walt Miner provides an update on the latest AGL release (Charming Chinook), the roadmap for 2017, and demonstration of the latest software running on a Raspberry Pi 3.

Speakers
avatar for Walt Miner

Walt Miner

Community Manager, AGL, Linux Foundation
Walt Miner works for The Linux Foundation as the Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux. Walt has over 25 years of embedded software development and management experience in the automotive, mobile phone, and defense industries. This includes 7 years working for Tier 1 Autom... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 09:50 - 10:30
Hall A
  • Experience Level Any

09:50

Requirements for Software API to Cover Automotive Video Applications - Martin Miller, Microchip

Video has become a more and more important topic in modern cars. It started some years ago with displays showing movies streamed from DVDs. Today there are multiple infotainment sources like TV tuners, navigation systems, wireless devices brought by the car’s user, etc. A new domain for video applications is Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS), like backup cameras, surround view systems, etc. Future autonomous driving technology requires even more video streaming as stereo cameras, LIDARs and similar system will become part of our cars.

The requirements coming from those applications need to be reflected in the design of the API handling video inside AGL. This presentation will show and discuss those requirements.


Speakers
avatar for Martin Miller

Martin Miller

Microchip


Thursday June 1, 2017 09:50 - 10:30
Restaurant

10:30

Morning Break
Thursday June 1, 2017 10:30 - 11:00
4F Foyer

11:00

Keynote: Experiences of AGL Deployment to Toyota Vehicles - Kenichi Murata, Project General Manager/Group Manager Connected Strategy & Planning Group, Connected Company, Toyota Motor Corporation
Speakers
avatar for Kenichi Murata

Kenichi Murata

Group Manager of Connected Strategy & Planning, Connected Company, Toyota
Ken-ichi Murata graduated Keio University in Japan. He started his carrier as a research scientist at Sony Computer Science Laboratories Inc., then moved to Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. as a systems architect of software platforms of various consumer elec... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 11:00 - 11:15
Hall B

11:20

Keynote: Software on Wheels: The Automotive Industry and the New Paradigm - Dominig ar Foll, Senior Software Architect, Intel Open Source Technology Centre

Software in the automotive market is quickly becoming a key element in a car buying decision. Its growing complexity and criticality require changes in the existing processes and valuation models, not very dissimilar to what has been seen in the Telecom industry in the past 15 years. This talk will discuss why the automotive industry will have to adapt to this new paradigm. 


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 French School ESAT in Paris. He started as a research engineer for ten years before joining the Telecom Industry. | Dominig has also won several patents in Europe, US and Asia. He currently wo... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 11:20 - 11:30
Hall B

11:35

Keynote Panel Discussion: How Shared Development Will Drive the Industry Forward - Moderated by Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux, The Linux Foundation
Automotive Grade Linux hit major milestones in 2016 with three releases of the Unified Code Base (UCB), a 60% growth in membership and ten OEMs onboard. As AGL looks to continue this momentum in 2017, members will discuss the benefits and challenges of adopting an open source approach from both a business and technical standpoint, the impact on product development and the need for more collaboration across the industry.

Moderators
avatar for Dan Cauchy

Dan Cauchy

General Manager of Automotive, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation, Automotive Grade Linux
Dan is the General Manager of Automotive at Linux Foundation. He is responsible for the overall management and execution of the Automotive Grade Linux collaborative project, an industry effort to build an open source automotive reference platform backed by leading car manufacture... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Hisao Munakata

Hisao Munakata

Senior Director, Renesas
Munakata is a Linux Foundation board member and leads upstream kernel upstream kernel development team in Renesas to encourage developer to send more patched to the upstream. Also he actively works for Linux Foundation CE working. Automotive Grade Linux and other Linux Foundation... Read More →
avatar for Kenichi Murata

Kenichi Murata

Group Manager of Connected Strategy & Planning, Connected Company, Toyota
Ken-ichi Murata graduated Keio University in Japan. He started his carrier as a research scientist at Sony Computer Science Laboratories Inc., then moved to Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. as a systems architect of software platforms of various consumer elec... Read More →
HW

Hiromi Wada

Automotive & Industrial Systems Company, Panasonic
She has been involved in the development and management of various products based on Linux for more than 20 years, including workstations, mobile devices, and automotive systems, and as a senior councilor of open source software system, she has been promoting collaboration with t... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 11:35 - 12:20
Hall B
  • Experience Level Any

12:30

Lunch (Attendees on Own)
Thursday June 1, 2017 12:30 - 14:00
TBA

14:00

Smart Device Link Integration into Linux Systems - Jeremiah Foster, Luxoft

How does one bring the large ecosystems of iOS and Android to an In-Vehicle Infotainment system safely and in a manner consistent with an automakers brand? Smart Device Link (SDL) is a mature, flexible, and automotive compliant means to control the flow of data between the vehicle and connected applications. With important members such as Ford and Toyota, SDL is bring developers a set of tools to get their applications integrated into AGL and GENIVI based systems as well as into bespoke Linux systems. This talk will cover the current state of SDL, the available features from a software architecture perspective, and where SDL is going.

 


Speakers
avatar for Jeremiah Foster

Jeremiah Foster

Open Source Technologist, Luxoft
Jeremiah Foster has been contributing to GNU/Linux for well over a decade. As Pelagicore's Open Source Technologist he has worked in various projects, big and small, bringing automotive software out into the broader open source community. Currently he has the role of GENIVI's Com... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall B-1

14:00

Ultra-Fast Boot Approach Using Suspend to RAM on Linux based IVI System - Kazuomi Kato, Panasonic

In most IVI systems, it takes about 5 to 10 seconds to return at the next ignition ON to the last ignition OFF condition of playing music and displaying the car navigation. On the other hand, in the IVI systems, since there are severe requirements that dark current should be made less than 2 mA, it cannot continue working in the background.

Kazuomi Kato realized the return of the last music playback, and the map display of car navigation in less than 1 second at the time of the ignition ON, suppressing the dark current during the ignition OFF to less than 2 mA  by applying Suspend and Resume mechanism to Linux based IVI system, and this development is also applicable to AGL IVI systems based on Linux platform.

In this keynote talk, he will introduce and explain some issues and approaches for fast startup. And he will show a demonstration of Ultra-Fast boot.


Speakers
KK

Kazuomi Kato

Kazuomi Kato is a staff Software Engineer for Panasonic Corporation, where he helps Panasonic improvements to Linux for use in Panasonic's products. He has been working with Linux and the OSS over 10 years.


Thursday June 1, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall B-2

14:00

Vehicle to Cloud: Connecting Cars to Non-Automotive Internet Services - Fulup Ar Foll, IoT.bzh
Securing V2C [Vehicle to Cloud] is one of the fundamental challenge for connected car to become an every day reality. On one hand we have to enable and secure dedicated cloud automotive services such as: data analytic, telematics, car sharing, traffic optimisation, etc... On the other hand customers want a smooth access to existing well known services like Spotify/Deezer to stream their preferred music inside the car with a user experience equivalent to the one they already know at home or on mobile.

This talk explains how using OpenIdConnect and oAuth2 to enable access to exiting non automotive Internet services in a simple and secure manner, in such a way that the system could be used for both online and offline services.

The talk presents a hight level vision of required OpenId/oAuth protocols. Then it proposes an architecture model to enable them natively inside AGL.

Speakers
FA

Fulup Ar Foll

Lead Architect, IoT.bzh
Fulup Ar Foll holds a Master in Computer Science from the Military French School ESAT. He started as a research engineer for ten years before joining the Industry. He then took technical direction of Wind-River in Europe, before moving to Sun-Microsystems where he worked at scali... Read More →



Thursday June 1, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall A
  • Experience Level Any

14:50

Collaboratively Building a Platform for Secure Over-the-Air Updates - Alan Bennett, Linaro

The recent Linaro IoT reference design we have assembled is a system that covers most components of the IoT use-case from the edge to the Cloud.  The platform includes PKI infrastructure, secure boot and encrypted Firmware-Over-The-Air (FOTA) updates.  Extended to an open source automotive platform, this would offer secure boot to a hypervisor-enabled RTOS platform alongside one or more Linux environments using container technology.

However, working to build an open platform for FOTA is not simply a one-time development activity.  The effort requires constant and continual participation within the community including enabling continuous integration against multiple software trees, and frequent conference hallway discussions; working to build an upstream platform takes a lot of energy.  In thís presentation we'll provide a glimpse of how we have done it with our most recent IoT platform and why it makes sense to build a similar platform for OTA within automotive.

Who are we? Linaro is a collaborative engineering organization that is focused on enabling open source software on ARM technology.  Within Linaro Technologies, Alan Bennett, leads a small team of open source experts working to produce end-to-end platforms for a variety of embedded use-cases.  


Speakers
avatar for Alan Bennett

Alan Bennett

Director of Engineering, Linaro Technologies Division
Static devices are being hacked and hijacked almost every day. It's time that we all come together and design open, update strategies to meet all of our use-cases and needs.


Thursday June 1, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall A

14:50

Seamless Integration of Heterogeneous Automotive Busses into Linux - Francis Ielsch, Microchip Technology Inc.
Information technologies and infotainment are at the heart of today’s automotive innovations. Over the last two decades, numerous technologies and communication busses have been integrated in vehicles, making today’s vehicle infrastructures complex to understand and fastidious to implement. The MOST Linux Driver (MLD) is an open source Linux® driver that encapsulates heterogeneous physical layers into Linux’s standard mechanisms. By combining a centralized network stack with MLD, system and application programmers can use specific and complex infotainment busses such as MOST without prior knowledge about them. The combination of the centralized network stack and MOST Linux Driver is a sort of hardware abstraction layer providing application engineers with Linux high-level interfaces such as character devices and Ethernet interfaces that can be immediately used by any application.

Speakers
avatar for Francis IELSCH

Francis IELSCH

Product Marketing Manager, Microchip Technology Inc.
Francis IELSCH works for Microchip Technology Inc. in Karlsruhe, Germany as Product Marketing Manager for Automotive Network Technology. As an engineer in the field of electronics and computer science, Francis started his carrier as an electronics engineer, designing embedded sys... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall B-2
  • Experience Level Any

14:50

What’s New In Qt - Alistair Adams, The Qt Company
Come and learn about what is new and improved in Qt that will be useful for The AGL and GENIVI projects. Included will be a presentation on the new Qt 3D Studio that is particularly interesting for high end instrument clusters. We’ll also clarify how to transition Qt used in open source project into commercial projects.

Speakers
AA

Alistair Adams

Product Manager, The Qt Company Oy
Alistair Adams has been connected with the Infotainment sector since 2008 when as a Product Manager for Trolltech he identified automotive as a potential segment for the Qt toolkit. With Nokia's takeover of Trolltech he became involved in GENIVI and was an evangelist for the use... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall B-1

15:30

Afternoon Break
Thursday June 1, 2017 15:30 - 16:00
4F Foyer

16:00

16:00

Keeping Up with Upstream: From Source to Build to QA - Guy Lunardi, Collabora
Figuring out a way to meet your security and safety requirements while at the same time addressing the ever growing demand of consumers for technological innovations in cars means that ideas and concepts thought of in-house are no longer enough.

Opening up innovation to external application creators is now a necessity. This session intends to walk through some of the work happening upstream to help facilitate that.

We will be touching on some of the changes coming in 2017 around:
Pushing the security model of Wayland forward to ensure applications are compartmentalized and secured,
Faster and smaller updates on Linux kernel based systems,
Friendlier developer build tools and automated QA capabilities,
Split run-time environments and Sandboxing of applications.


Speakers
GL

Guy Lunardi

VP Business Development, Collabora
Guy Lunardi is the Vice President of Business Development at Collabora and a firm believer in Free and Open Source Software. He is directly involved with Collabora's customers and engineering teams around the world. Guy interacts with the Open Source community hoping to help comm... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 16:00 - 16:40
Hall B-2
  • Experience Level Any

16:00

Using Auditory Displays for Automotive Safety, Guidance and Entertainment Applications - Francois Thibault, Audiokinetic
In complex driving situations, converting data from on-board systems like navigation or ADAS into sound sonification can lead to a safer driving experience without adding to the driver’s cognitive load. Furthermore, sound, as an immersive background process is well suited to unify the various subsystems together to provide a more cohesive HMI interface. This presentation will provide a taxonomy of in-vehicle auditory interactions and discuss possible sonification strategies relevant for automotive application domains such as infotainment HMI, safety and guidance. In addition, it will present an overview of many use-cases (e.g. lane guidance, fuel-economic driving, collision warning systems, semi-autonomous driving HMI, etc.) developed as part of different research or industry efforts within recent years where the benefits of using advanced interactive auditory displays can be perceived.

Speakers
FT

Francois Thibault

Director of Innovation, Audiokinetic
Francois is director of innovation at audiokinetic, an interactive audio middleware company. He is currently leading the technical efforts to adapt the technology to the automotive market. Before that, he spent a bunch of time writing audio DSP code including audio codecs, acoust... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 16:00 - 16:40
Hall A
  • Experience Level Any

16:50

AGL Unified Code Base Developer Panel - Moderated by Walt Miner, Engineering Project Manager, The Linux Foundation
During 2016 AGL had more than 40 people contribute to the source code. During this panel discussion we will learn what has worked well on AGL development and what we can improve upon in 2017. Panelists will include a mix top contributors to the AGL UCB.

Moderators
avatar for Walt Miner

Walt Miner

Community Manager, AGL, Linux Foundation
Walt Miner works for The Linux Foundation as the Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux. Walt has over 25 years of embedded software development and management experience in the automotive, mobile phone, and defense industries. This includes 7 years working for Tier 1 Autom... Read More →

Speakers
SM

Sri Maldia Hari Asti

Engineer, Alps Electric Co., Ltd
She is an engineer from ALPS Electric. She has been involved in automotive connectivity, especially Wi-Fi.
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 French School ESAT in Paris. He started as a research engineer for ten years before joining the Telecom Industry. | Dominig has also won several patents in Europe, US and Asia. He currently wo... Read More →
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Scott Murray

Senior Staff Software Engineer, Konsulko Group
Scott Murray has been a Linux user for over 20 years, and has developed Linux based embedded products for 15 years at a variety of companies large and small. Currently, he works for Konsulko Group as a senior staff software engineer, providing embedded Linux engineering services... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 16:50 - 17:30
Hall B-2
  • Experience Level Any

16:50

How to Introduce Virtualization in AGL? Objectives, Plans and Targets for AGL EG-VIRT - Michele Paolino, Virtual Open Systems
Virtualization is definitely a smart connected vehicles enabler and a target for the next automotive industry evolution, which aims at workload consolidation. However, this consolidation can be implemented in different ways, e.g., Type-1 and Type-2 hypervisors, containers, system partitioners, etc., which with slight differences share challenges and objectives. Additionally, real time and certification constraints need to coexist with best effort applications. 

Which are the solutions the AGL community should focus on? 

Where the AGL could find the right solutions for certification and real time?

This BoF wants to continue the Virtualization Expert Group (EG-VIRT), reporting the first activities performed by this EG and aiming at defining objectives and next steps for the Q3 and Q4 2017. Finally, a live demo of a KVM virtual machine running on AGL will be presented (Renesas R-Car M3).

References:
  • KVM on AGL patch: https://gerrit.automotivelinux.org/gerrit/#/c/9317/
  • EG-VIRT wiki page: https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/eg-virt
  • Linux.com article https://www.linux.com/news/event/automotive-linux-summit/2017/5/virtualization-smart-connected-vehicle-enabler

Speakers
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Michele Paolino

Virtualization R&D Architect, Virtual Open Systems
Michele Paolino is a senior R&D virtualization architect at Virtual Open Systems, a company involved in open source virtualization extensions development.


Thursday June 1, 2017 16:50 - 17:30
Hall A

16:50

Testing & Open Source in Automotive: Beyond Automation & Frameworks - Agustin Benito Bethencourt, Codethink Ltd.
When considering testing nowadays in automotive environments the main focus is automation. But other factors are equally important in order to improve the quality of the Linux based platforms and, at the same time, reduce lead times.

Agustin will describe some of the main challenges when defining any testing strategy, beyond automation. He will also provide some of the principles that should guide every action, as well as the main questions to be answered, during the necessary transformation process that automotive companies will or are going through in order to take full advantage of the Open Source development model, which goes way beyond consuming FOSS and producing Linux based platforms. As conclusion, Agustin will enumerate some of the Open Source tools to be considered and why as well as some projects that could serve as reference.

Speakers
AB

Agustin Benito Bethencourt

Bachelor degree in Applied Physics and Master in Training. Agustin Benito Bethencourt has experience as entrepreneur, executive, IT director, product owner and consultant, in the FLOSS space. Currently he is Principal Consultant at Codethink Ltd currently focused in collaborative... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 16:50 - 17:30
Hall B-1

18:30

Speaker & Media Reception (Invitation Required)
Invited speakers and media will gather for drinks, hors d'ouevres and networking at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba. 

Thursday June 1, 2017 18:30 - 20:30
Sunrise, Sunset & Rainbow Rooms at Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
 
Friday, June 2
 

08:00

Breakfast
Friday June 2, 2017 08:00 - 09:00
4F Foyer

08:00

Registration
Friday June 2, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
3F Foyer

09:00

How to Implement Connected Vehicle Gateway in a Secure and Safe Manner - Mikko Hurskainen, Link Motion Ltd
Connecting a vehicle network with Internet is the most critical point from cybersecurity point of view in a modern vehicle. Furthermore, it is a very critical point from safety point of view. In worst case, a hacker can get control over entire fleet of vehicles.

The use cases that utilise connectivity are ever growing. Remote vehicle control, that include even moving the vehicle, and remote diagnostic data collection are becoming mainstream features. The challenge is that growing number of connected features require ever wider access to vehicle network.

Software architecture can be used to prevent and mitigate security problems. The traffic flows need to be well instrumented, there needs to be a strict access control and attack surface needs to be minimal. On the other hand, the development environment needs to be as easy-to-use as possible to speed up innovation.

Speakers
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Mikko Hurskainen

Technologist, Link Motion Ltd
Mikko Hurskainen is currently Technologist in Link Motion Ltd focused on making connected cars secure and safe. He has held various technical leadership positions in Suunto, Nomovok, Notava and Nokia. He is currently based in Finland and has Master of Science degree from Tampere... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 09:00 - 09:40
Restaurant

09:00

Ways to Integrate Fuego & LAVA to Allow Distributed Operation - Jan-Simon Möller, Automotive Grade Linux Project
LAVA and Fuego are great tools individually already. Combining and extending them allows for a much broader test coverage than each tool alone can provide. In this presentation, Jan-Simon Möller will present the features of the combined infrastructure and highlight the tools and work done to integrate both tools. Also in focus is how to distribute the test infrastructure across multiple sites to include more boards. In the end we'll discuss the lessons learned and future developments.

Speakers
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Jan-Simon Moeller

Release Manager, Automotive Grade Linux Project
Jan-Simon Möller is the Release Manager of the Automotive Grade Linux Project, Lead of the CIAT team and takes care of the CI infrastructure. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering with strong background in Embedded Linux ranging from realtime to SELinux.



Friday June 2, 2017 09:00 - 09:40
Hall A

09:50

AGL Media, Radio, and Telephony Bindings - Scott Murray, Konsulko Group
AGL provides a rich application framework which exposes an interface for applications to access system services through a consistent API. In this session, attendees will learn about the new Media, Radio, and Telephony bindings available in AGL 4.0. The session will cover how a new binding is created as well as the current status of these new bindings and the roadmap for improvement.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Murray

Scott Murray

Senior Staff Software Engineer, Konsulko Group
Scott Murray has been a Linux user for over 20 years, and has developed Linux based embedded products for 15 years at a variety of companies large and small. Currently, he works for Konsulko Group as a senior staff software engineer, providing embedded Linux engineering services... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 09:50 - 10:30
Restaurant

09:50

Getting Started with SOTA in AGL - Phil Wise, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH
AGL has supported Software Over The Air (SOTA) updates since the 'Charming Chinook' release in January 2017. In this presentation Phil Wise will briefly describe the SOTA capabilities in AGL then show a walk-through of the steps to get started using it.

Speakers
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Phil Wise

ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH, Embedded Linux Engineer
Phil Wise is an Embedded Linux Engineer at ATS Advanced Telematic Systems GmbH. His team contributed Software Over The Air update functionality to the AGL Automotive Grade Linux project and developed the OpenIVI HTML5-based embedded Linux distribution. | | He has presented at... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 09:50 - 10:30
Hall A

10:30

Morning Break
Friday June 2, 2017 10:30 - 11:00
4F Foyer

11:00

Keynote: Traditional System Validation Methodology will not Work for Connected-Car - Learn from the Computer History - Hisao Munakata, Senior Director, Renesas Electronics Corporation

Many automakers state "connected" technology will dramatically innovate the car-life. In fact, IVI (In-Vehicle Information) system already starts communicating with the data saved in the cloud to achieve seamless data exchange between home/mobile computer. That is a significant improvement because many people demand that. However, the validation of connected system is getting much harder than conventional one due to its enormous complexity. This keynote tries to give you a hint how to tackle with such new challenges.


Speakers
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Hisao Munakata

Senior Director, Renesas
Munakata is a Linux Foundation board member and leads upstream kernel upstream kernel development team in Renesas to encourage developer to send more patched to the upstream. Also he actively works for Linux Foundation CE working. Automotive Grade Linux and other Linux Foundation... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 11:00 - 11:20
Hall B

11:25

Keynote: The Social Imperative of OSS: Technological and Legal Collaboration and the Path to Freedom - Keith Bergelt, CEO, Open Invention Network

The thirty plus year history of OSS has shown the power of collaborative development in key technologies/markets such as Enterprise, Mobility, Cloud, Computing, IoT and, more recently, Automotive.   New and rich pathways to innovation have been nurtured through "all in collaboration and contribution". Following the Technology Community's lead in each of these areas, ‎ legal communities of interests have formed to enable freedom of action and safeguard this critical element of collaboration that yields new novelty and market alteration.   These communities of interest include now mature legal solutions such as OIN and, more recently, Open Chain.   This talk will discuss these solutions and how they arose out of the collaborative model that sits at the core of all OSS projects and how they are evolving every day to become part of the DNA of projects like Linux, Open Stack, Android, Chrome, and now AGL.


Speakers
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Keith Bergelt

CEO, Open Invention Network
Keith Bergelt is the chief executive officer of Open Invention Network (OIN), the collaborative enterprise that enables innovation in open source and an increasingly vibrant ecosystem around Linux. In this capacity he is directly responsible for enabling, influencing and defending the integrity of the Linux ecosystem. Central to the achievement of his goals is the acquisition and transfer of patent rights designed to permit members of the Linux ecosystem to operate free of the threat of assertion and litigation from those whose business models are antithetical to innovation and global economic growth in information technology and computing. | | Prior to joining the Open Invention Network, Mr. Bergelt served as president and CEO of two Hedge Funds... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 11:25 - 11:45
Hall B

11:50

Keynote: “Reference Hardware Architecture“ Deals with Various Requirements from OEMs - Seiji Goto, Senior Research Engineer, Mazda Motor Corporation

Car OEM started up an Expert Group within AGL to come up with a basic the system hardware architecture that would be taken advantage as a reference in the AGL software development. The group of OEMs named  the expert group "Reference Hardware System Architecture Expert Group",

In this session, Mr. Seiji Goto will explain about the background of launching the group as well as the near future direction of the group.


Speakers
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Seiji Goto

Senior Research Engineer, Mazda Motor Corporation
Seiji Goto is a manager of IVI advanced development at Mazda Motor Corporation. | Mazda joined The Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux since Jan-2016 as a platinum member. He is a member of AGL's Advisory Board, and from this year he is starting up a "Reference Hardware... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 11:50 - 12:10
Hall B

12:15

Lunch (Attendees on Own)
Friday June 2, 2017 12:15 - 14:00
TBA

14:00

AGL Zeroconf Application Development Toolkit - Sebastien Douheret, IoT.bzh
To reduce as much as possible the entry cost for developing automotive applications, AGL should be integrated to IDE and Source Debugger.
Traditionally, installation of an embedded development environment with cross compilation has been difficult and more tortuous that it should. Any developer and especially non system expert, should easily succeed in setting up the AGL development environment on both target & host independently of their preferred OS (Linux, Windows, Mac).

This talk presents a solution that tends to a zeroconf installation of AGL development environment, independently of the chosen target/host.
The presented solution allows to locally edit sources with your favorite IDE (i.e. Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, Netbeans...) and either compile locally your application or benefit from a remote server. It also shows how to debug application directly from your preferred editor.

Speakers
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Sebastien Douheret

IoT.bzh
Sebastien holds a Master's degree in Electronics & Computer Engineering from the French School INSA in Rennes. He started his professional activities in inspection systems domain by designing hardware modules and developing RT drivers. He later joined another company where he dev... Read More →



Friday June 2, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall B-2

14:00

BoF: Linux Testing - Tim Bird, Sony
Speakers
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Tim Bird

Sr. Software Engineer, Sony
Tim Bird is a Senior Software Engineer at Sony, where he helps improve the Linux kernel for use in Sony's products. Tim is also the Chair of the Architecture Group of the Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation. Tim has been working with Linux for over 20 years and ha... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall A

14:00

BoF: Linux Testing - Tim Bird, Sony

In this BOF, Tim will discuss the status of Linux Testing efforts, including the Fuego test framework project, which is sponsored by the Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation.  Come for an informal discussion of test frameworks, and share your own test stories, requirements, achievements and ideas with the group!


Speakers
TB

Tim Bird

Sr. Software Engineer, Sony
Tim Bird is a Senior Software Engineer at Sony, where he helps improve the Linux kernel for use in Sony's products. Tim is also the Chair of the Architecture Group of the Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation. Tim has been working with Linux for over 20 years and ha... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 14:00 - 14:40
Hall A

14:50

Detecting and Propagating Traffic Accident Events Using Sensors in Smartphones - Seung Mo Cho, SK Telecom
Propagating traffic accident events to the following cars is one of major use cases of V2V communication. However, given the slow progress of adoption of native V2V modules embedded in the vehicles, it would be better to start with smartphone navigation maps (ex. Google Map and T-Map), which people spend most of time when driving their cars. Also, they have advantages of having access to the various sensors in the phones, such as accelerometer and gyro sensor, and cellular connectivity (i.e. LTE or 3G). However, it is not straightforward to utilize these sensors and connectivity for V2V communication, because they are not designed with the goal of this kind of real-time and critical scenarios. In this presentation, Seung-Mo Cho will review the issues related to the development of detection and propagation of such events among smartphones, and present the results of his experience.

Speakers
SM

Seung Mo Cho

Director, SK Telecom
Seung-Mo Cho is the director of SK Telecom, who is the leader of Device & Security Lab. He is in charge of R&D for devices such as smartphones and IoT devices, including vehicle related ones. In the last couple of years, he has been conducting several projects for vehicle communi... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall B-2

14:50

Using Long Term Stable Kernel for Automotive - Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC Communication
Evey embedded people knows that LTS and LTSI is the best choice for their system because of bug and security fixes will be provided for long years from upstream. Now a days, broad range of industries are using LTS and LTSI already for their own products and Automotive industry is one of large community as the use case of LTSI. People know that the working closely with upstream is really important.

This presentation is to share the thoughts how industry will be able to sync with upstream community with some use case. Also, presents development plan of LTSI for 2017.

Speakers
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Tsugikazu Shibata

Chief Advanced Technologist, NEC
Tsugikazu Shibata LTSI Project lead, NEC. Tsugikazu Shibata has been working on coordinating the relationship between industry and community as a member of Open Source Software Promotion Center of NEC. He is an active member of LF/CEWG and leading LTSI Project since 2011. He have... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 14:50 - 15:30
Hall A

15:30

Afternoon Break
Friday June 2, 2017 15:30 - 16:00
4F Foyer

16:00

Advances and Challenges in Remote Configuration of Connected Cars - Stefan Aust, NEC Communications
Over-the-air (OTA) configuration is an essential feature of connected cars. In particular, the remote configuration offers a helpful solution to the ever increasing number of vehicular recalls. A challenge in today’s industry is the reliable software upgrade of in-vehicular units. We propose a prototype in which various OTA configuration schemes can be evaluated and optimized. Further, important hardware dependencies will be discussed in this presentation. Such hardware dependencies are relevant to adjust the OTA settings of the target platform successfully. It is shown that the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) open software offers a cost-effective solution for the remote configuration of connected vehicles.

Friday June 2, 2017 16:00 - 16:40
Hall B-2

16:00

Introducing Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Application in AGL Charming Chinook - Sri Maldia Hari Asti, Alps Electric Co., Ltd
ALPS Electric has become a member since 2015 and decided to directly contribute into connectivity field of AGL. We have been developing application for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for AGL, including middle layer(API) and UI, which works on AGL application framework. Our applications have been merged to Charming Chinook distribution, however not yet been presented in public. This talk will introduce about Wi-Fi and Bluetooth application in AGL Charming Chinook and listed APIs we have inside, as guidance to any developers who would like to apply Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection into their application into AGL.

Speakers
SM

Sri Maldia Hari Asti

Engineer, Alps Electric Co., Ltd
She is an engineer from ALPS Electric. She has been involved in automotive connectivity, especially Wi-Fi.


Friday June 2, 2017 16:00 - 16:40
Hall A
  • Experience Level Any

16:50

BoF: AGL Yocto Layer - Jan-Simon Möller, Automotive Grade Linux Project
Speakers
avatar for Jan-Simon Moeller

Jan-Simon Moeller

Release Manager, Automotive Grade Linux Project
Jan-Simon Möller is the Release Manager of the Automotive Grade Linux Project, Lead of the CIAT team and takes care of the CI infrastructure. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering with strong background in Embedded Linux ranging from realtime to SELinux.


Friday June 2, 2017 16:50 - 17:30
Hall B-2

16:50

Wireshark Packet Dissectors for the Latest V2X Message Protocol - Steve Kwon, Wayties Inc.
The latest V2X message protocol is encoded by ASN.1 Unaligned Packet Encoding Rule (UPER). So, it is not possible to understand contained data without a packet analyzer tool. Wireshark is a free and open source packet analyzer tool loved by network and protocol developers and also supports custom ASN.1 dissectors.

In this talk, he will briefly review the latest V2X protocol standards and show step-by-step procedures to develop Wireshark packet dissectors for the latest IEEE 1609.x and SAE J2735 DSRC Message Set.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Kwon

Steve Kwon

CEO, Wayties Inc.
Steve Kwon is the CEO of Wayties Inc that provides field operational test solution and engineering service for V2X system to the automotive and intelligent transportation system industry. He has worked as a software/system engineer for more than 10 years in tele-communication and... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 16:50 - 17:30
Hall A

17:30

Onsite Attendee Reception
After sessions conclude on Friday, join us for light refreshments and networking with fellow Open Source Summit Japan and Automotive Linux Summit attendees. This reception is open to everyone and no additional sign-ups are required. 

Friday June 2, 2017 17:30 - 19:00
4F Foyer