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Monday, June 1
 

08:30

Registration & Breakfast
Monday June 1, 2015 08:30 - 10:00
Neptune Foyer

10:00

State of AGL - Dan Cauchy, General Manager, Automotive, The Linux Foundation
Hear from Dan Cauchy as he shares recent highlights and upcoming expectations for Automotive Grade Linux.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Cauchy

Dan Cauchy

General Manager, Automotive, Linux Foundation
Dan Cauchy 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 manufacturers around the world. Dan has over 22 years of experience spanning the automotive, telecom, networking and mobile business verticals. Prior to his current... Read More →


Monday June 1, 2015 10:00 - 10:15
Jupiter

10:15

Unified Automotive Software Code Base for IVI and Connected Vehicles - Ken-ichi Murata, General Manager, BR Connected Strategy and Planning, Toyota Motor Corporation
For reducing the development cost of complicated IVI software, standardization of the software has been strongly demanded in the auto industry. Moreover, the deployment of the software which can consistently and continuously evolve becomes more important than before because the functionality is accomplished with both an embedded device in a vehicle and the cloud, especially in the age of “connected vehicle”. The necessity and the direction of introducing such industry-wide standard software is discussed in this talk.

Speakers
KM

Ken-ichi Murata

Ken-ichi Murata is the General Manager, BR Connected strategy and planning at Toyota Motor Corporation.


Monday June 1, 2015 10:15 - 10:45
Jupiter

10:45

The 2nd stage - Open Innovation in the Automotive Ecosystem with Open Source Community - Masashige Mizuyama, CTO of Automotive Infotainment Systems, Panasonic
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 →


Monday June 1, 2015 10:45 - 11:15
Jupiter

11:15

Break
Monday June 1, 2015 11:15 - 11:45
Neptune Foyer

11:45

Building a Browser for Automotive: Alternatives, Challenges and Recommendations - Juan José Sánchez Penas, Igalia
Automotive web browsers have specific needs, compared to other platforms such as mobile, STB/TV or desktop. When building your own web browser (or by extension your web platform middleware) many different aspects need to be taken into account in order to define the right technologies to be used, the architecture, and a good strategy regarding the collaboration with open source projects and communities. In this talk we will review all those aspects, focusing specifically in WebKit and Chromium/Blink, the two main technologies that are being used to build and derive browsers and web platforms. We will review the alternatives, describe the main challenges and risks, and give wide set of recommendations based on years of experience developing and helping companies and associations to develop this kind of projects.

Speakers
avatar for Juan J. Sánchez

Juan J. Sánchez

Owner, Igalia
Born in 1976 (Galiza, Spain). PhD in Computer Science at UDC (2006). In 2001 I co-founded 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, Blink, V8/JSC, Linux, GStreamer, Freedesktop.org, GNOME, Qt or Tizen. At Igalia, I work on tasks related to R&D and business management. I have given talks at many open... Read More →


Monday June 1, 2015 11:45 - 12:35
Neptune

11:45

CRIU in Safety Systems - Sungho Kim, Hitachi
While Checkpoint-Restart is mostly used to realize zero down-time redundancy, maintaining quorum could be another use case for industrial safety systems requiring redundancy and voting feature. Especially, voting needs proper quorum to judge safety in those systems. Therefore, whenever faulty node exist, new node is required to be added to keep proper quorum without stopping the system. In this presentation, Sungho KIM will share the use case of Linux Checkpoint-Restart functionality, CRIU, in application of safety systems and discuss feature enhancement from view points of Real-time. To copy the processing state of running node to new node joining to the quorum, CRIU will provide some solutions. However, copying process tends to impact on real-time of running nodes. Here, possible problems applying CRIU in this case and the way to avoid the problems are to be explained in a detail way.

Speakers
SK

Sungho Kim

Sungho Kim works for Hitachi Ltd, Yokohama Research Laboratory as a software engineer on software platform for control systems with Linux.


Monday June 1, 2015 11:45 - 12:35
Orchid 1/2

11:45

How the Linux Kernel is Developed - Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux Foundation
Kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman gives a high-level introduction of how things work in the Linux kernel community and how university students and young developers can get involved with Linux development.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Kroah-Hartman

Greg Kroah-Hartman

Fellow, Linux Foundation
Biography coming soon.


Monday June 1, 2015 11:45 - 12:35
Jupiter

12:35

Lunch
Monday June 1, 2015 12:35 - 14:00
Neptune Foyer

14:00

How to Begin the V2X Development on Linux - Hong-Jong Jeong, ZENOME
When developing V2X services and applications, ordinary developers will confront difficult problems such as a constraint on V2X device supply and a lack of the open source based WAVE standards including IEEE 802.11p and IEEE 1609.x. In order to solve these problems, it is necessary the contribution of the open source community.

This talk will present an overview of V2X development on the Linux, specially based on the ARM based SoC and commercial radio chipset compatible with IEEE802.11a. In order to support the vehicular communication, the mainline Linux kernel has recently supported the Outside the Context of a BSS (OCB) mode specified in the IEEE 802.11p amendment. By using the low-cost V2X development platform and Open Source contributions, SW development related to V2X applications could be encouraged. 

Speakers
avatar for Hong-Jong Jeong

Hong-Jong Jeong

CTO, ZENOME Inc.
Hong-Jong Jeong received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering from Kyungpook National University, Korea in 2004, 2006 and 2013, respectively. He performed an internship at National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Tokyo, Japan in 2012. Since 2013, he has been with ZENOME Inc., where currently he is a Chief Technology Officer (CTO). He is currently involved in developing V2X field operational... Read More →


Monday June 1, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
Neptune

14:00

Sharing & Reducing Test Efforts on AGL Kernels Using LTSI and LTSI Test Framework - Teppei Asaba & Fan Xin, Fujitsu
LTSI (long Term Support Initiative) is an ecosystem-wide collaborative project hosted at the Linux Foundation to create and maintain a common Linux base for the use in a variety of industrial products. And LTSI Test Framework is a Jenkins based test automation framework for LTSI kernels. I have many testing knowledge for embedded systems such as server system controller, storage system, network equipment, printer and IVI. And I will contribute to share and reduce the test effort on AGL kernels. This presentation will show testing knowledge for embedded systems, and this will also show how to use LTSI test framework.

Speakers
TA

Teppei Asaba

Manager, FUJITSU
I have been working for Fujitsu since 2000. I develop In-House Embedded Linux Distro, which includes LTSI kernel and is built with Yocto Project.
FX

Fan Xin

Biography coming soon.


Monday June 1, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
Jupiter

14:00

Qualifying GNU/Linux RTOS - Status of SIL2LinuxMP - Nicholas McGuire, OSADL Safety Critical Linux Working Group
At the recent SIL2LinuxMP kick-off, interested companies and academia members of OSADL along with TueV Rheinland came together to start joint work on SIL2LinuxMP. At this meeting companies from automation, automotive, medical systems and aerospace were present - again showing how wide this transition is. After an initial presentation of the current approach and status of our academic partners (ISPRAS, Russia, INRIA, France and DSLab, China) presented technical as well as management related efforts we may plan to build on.

In this presentation we will provide a fast-track run through the overall approach for qualifying and certifying GNU/Linux based systems, followed by an overview of the current state of work on SIL2LinuxMP.

Speakers
NM

Nicholas McGuire

Biography coming soon.


Monday June 1, 2015 14:00 - 15:50
Orchid 1/2

15:00

Case Study: Applying Weston IVI Shell to Products - Nobuhiko Tanibata, Advanced Driver Information Technology
I 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, I will show how to apply it on your IVI system by using case study of my experience. It would be helpful for you to easily start applying it.

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 →


Monday June 1, 2015 15:00 - 15:50
Jupiter

15:00

The Role of Linux Integrity Measurement Architecture (IMA) in Automotive System Security - Petko Manolov, Konsulko Group
This session will explore Linux IMA, an open source trusted computing component with three main goals: integrity, authenticity and confidentiality. Linux IMA is a component of the kernel’s integrity subsystem, which has support for detecting files that have been accidentally or maliciously altered. IMA operates on local files, appraising a file’s characteristics against a “known-good” value, thus enforcing local file integrity. These features are complementary to Mandatory Access Control (MAC) protections provided by LSM modules such as SELinux and SMACK.

Speakers
PM

Petko Manolov

Chief Security Architect, Konsulko Group
Petko Manolov first started working on the Linux kernel in 1995 when hacking on his CD-ROM/Sound Blaster driver. By 2000, Petko was working on putting embedded Linux in various commercial products and it’s around this time that he started to work on Linux security for the data and paid TV services market. A successful entrepreneur of a security company in that market, Petko is also the managing director of the Konsulko Group branch in... Read More →


Monday June 1, 2015 15:00 - 15:50
Neptune

15:50

Break
Monday June 1, 2015 15:50 - 16:20
Neptune Foyer

16:20

ARM TrustZone and KVM Coexistence with RTOS For Automotive - Michele Paolino, Virtual Open Systems
The automotive market requests for unprecedented mixed-criticality challenges: aspects such as security, real time, virtualization, high performance and cloud services need to coexist in a single, heterogeneous execution environment. In this presentation, Michele Paolino will show how to integrate multiple guests, AGL/Genivi and GPU/TPM virtualization with a RTOS to address a complete Automotive IVI software stack.
Such a stack, executed in multi-core ARMv8 SoCs with KVM and TrustZone (an ARM hardware security extension), enhances the isolation of the applications running in the virtual machines, while enabling the secure execution of RT and critical services. In the session, the software architecture along with preliminary results of the current implementation will be shown. Finally, future extensions towards the Cloud Computing, Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) and IoT will be discussed. 

Speakers
avatar for Michele Paolino

Michele Paolino

software architect, Virtual Open Systems
Senior software architect at Virtual Open Systems, a company involved in open source development for virtualization extensions based on KVM. His experience includes OpenStack development and Continuous Integration (CI), security, HSM, Linux kernel drivers, KVM hypervisor, QEMU programming, GPU virtualization, API remoting, and TrustZone. He actively contributed to libvirt, OpenStack Nova and devstack open source projects.


Monday June 1, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Orchid 1/2

16:20

Examination of Evaluation Method in High Load Use Cases for IVI Systems - Takehiko Yasuda, Panasonic
IVI system normally execute multiple application for example Audio , Navigation and browser.
In recently system requirement is change to multi-display and more high resolution and
more comfortable UX.

It is difficult to specified the performance specification of multiple application. I would like to talk about evaluation method in the case of high load use case. And introduce examination sample on AGL reference PF.

Speakers
TY

Takehiko Yasuda

Panasonic Corporation
Biography coming soon.


Monday June 1, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Neptune

16:20

Where the Rubber Meets the Road - Nathan Willis, LWN.net
This report details field-tests of multiple automotive Linux projects, including Tizen IVI, AGL, and GENIVI. In 2014, the speaker built and installed a Linux-based aftermarket IVI system in his own car, and presented the results at the 2014 Automotive Linux Summit. In the preceding year, he has expanded and updated the project: migrating to the Tizen 3.0 codebase, adding and testing several AGL and GENIVI applications, installing sensor arrays, 3G connectivity, and voice interaction, and connecting the system to the vehicle's factory switches and interfaces. This talk will present the outcomes of this new work, including key integration points that projects might not discover in laboratory tests, guidance for how automotive Linux projects can attract new testers and contributors, and lessons from the speaker's experience tweaking proof-of-concept applications for daily usage.

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.


Monday June 1, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Jupiter

17:20

AGL ARM Prototype Development - Hisao Munakata, Renesas
This session is the introduction of AGL ARM prototype project. AGL is an opensource DEVELOPMENT project to create common Linux asset for automotive use. Before defining own distribution we should learn which existing Linux solutions are ready for automotive and which are not. AGL ARM Prototype project is an approach to studying this on real automotive target hardware as it might require a unique feature like robustness against sudden power fail or shutdown time guarantee. We evaluate existing generic (=PC target) or automotive target distribution like Tizen IVI, GENIVI to find the gaps between automotive demands. Once gaps identified, AGL will allocate shared resource to obtain such demands on top of existing asset. In this session, I will introduce project scope and a latest result. Also, I mention how you can access project resource and investigation result.

Speakers
avatar for Hisao Munakata

Hisao Munakata

executive manager, Renesas
Munakata leads 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 project for the long time. He did various presentation, keynote and BoFs at various Linux Foundation and other conferences.


Monday June 1, 2015 17:20 - 18:10
Jupiter

17:20

BoFs: Solving the Safety Requirement Issue - Noriaki Fukuyasu, Linux Foundation
The automotive and open source communities need to work together to solve the safety requirement issue. Please join us to discuss how we can collaborate together.

Moderators
NF

Noriaki Fukuyasu

Noriaki Fukuyasu is the Director of Linux Foundation Japan.

Monday June 1, 2015 17:20 - 18:10
Orchid 1/2

17:20

Secure OTA Software Management for Automotive - Yoram Berholtz, RedBend
To harness the full potential of efficiently managing the connected car, OEMs should be able to update and configure the software remotely Over-The-Air (OTA) using differential updates. However, to ensure the adoption of OTA management by vehicle manufacturers and drivers alike, a production-grade solution must combine update efficiency with the strictest safety and security standards. This is exactly what can be expected from the collaboration and combined offering of Red Bend Software, the leader in OTA embedded software management, and ESCRYPT, the Industry leader for embedded security, specializing in security solutions for automotive. In this presentation I will go over: key market trends, the security challenges of a general update solution, and how the proposed solution can address it, the presentation will include also a live demo where the viewer will see a real secured update

Speakers
YB

Yoram Berholtz

Yoram Berholtz is the Director, Business Line Management, Automotive, at Red Bend Software, the market leader in automotive Software Management. Mr. Berholtz’s main responsibilities include spearheading Red Bend’s automotive endeavors and working with Red Bend’s automotive partners to help increase their usage of software updating and virtualization solutions . He has vast experience in engineering, product management and partner management... Read More →


Monday June 1, 2015 17:20 - 18:10
Neptune
 
Tuesday, June 2
 

08:30

Registration & Breakfast
Tuesday June 2, 2015 08:30 - 10:00
Neptune Foyer

10:00

The Battle of Efficiency - How Can We Improve Experience for New Drivers and Passengers - Hisao Munakata, Executive Manager, Renesas

In the automotive industry, there has been remarkable achievements in fuel efficiency improvement in the past five years. This was achieved by several different approaches such as hybrid engine technology, electric vehicles or renovation of internal combustion engine. Either way, this improvement has become possible by innovation and not by an extension of traditional techniques. 

On the other hand if you see information devices used in car, monster high performance processer like over GHz clock, quad core CPU is getting adopted and it makes high resolution multiple display available. Also, highly complex software foundations like Linux OS becomes common. However, it looks these technologies cannot provide brand new experience for the drivers yet. 

We not believe that we are ready to make a great leap in advanced car information system that fully utilizes cloud database asset and help safety driving assistance (soft ADAS concept) . As a dedicated car solution provider, I want to introduce our direction to make this software efficiency evolution.


Speakers
avatar for Hisao Munakata

Hisao Munakata

executive manager, Renesas
Munakata leads 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 project for the long time. He did various presentation, keynote and BoFs at various Linux Foundation and other conferences.


Tuesday June 2, 2015 10:00 - 10:30
Jupiter

10:30

Embedding Openness in the Connected Car - Matt Jones, Senior Infotainment Specialist, Jaguar Land Rover and GENIVI President

A future vehicle will be a "thing" on the internet, but how can industry and community come together to accelerate the future concepts into production. The keynote will explore the platforms and standard needed for the future, and relate them to open prototypes from Jaguar Land Rover and the Automotive Grade Linux projects.


Speakers
avatar for Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment, Jaguar Land Rover
Matt Jones is the Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover & Vice President at GENIVI


Tuesday June 2, 2015 10:30 - 11:00
Jupiter

11:00

Break
Tuesday June 2, 2015 11:00 - 11:30
Neptune Foyer

11:30

Consolidation of Digital Cluster and IVI System Using Virtulization - Bumhyeon Baek, LG Electronics
We will introduce a HMI solution to consolidate a digital cluster and IVI. The purpose of this solution is to provide a full reconfigurable HMI for drivers through the integration of a digital cluster and an In-Vehicle Infortainment system into one display. We used a virtualization technology to integrate the two different display systems. This virtualization technology is XenGT which supports full GPU virtualization. We tried to extended XenGT to a display cluster and IVI at once. The digital cluster is executed in Dom0 because the cluster has to guarantee reliability and consistency due to the characteristics of automotive systems. The IVI is executed in a guest VM because IVI can be broken or rebooted at anytime. When these screens are overlayed, the consolidated display allow us to use digital cluster and IVI at the same time.

Speakers
BB

Bumhyeon Baek

Bumhyeon Baek is working at LG Electronics as a research engineer. He has experience in Blu-ray player development, Android app development, Node.js programming, and Mobile virtualization technology. With special interests in automotive graphic systems with Wayland and virtualization technologies such as Xen, he is currently working on the development of a digital cluster and an In-Vehicle Infortainment system for automotive systems.


Tuesday June 2, 2015 11:30 - 12:20
Neptune

11:30

Open Source Compliance: An Exercise of Building Trust With Your Company & Within Your SW Supply Chain - Ibrahim Haddad, Samsung
The Linux Foundation has kicked off two key industry initiatives (SPDX and Open Chain) to improve the level of trust with open source compliance within the software supply chain. A key ingredient prior to such participation is your ability to build trust internally with your own open source compliance practices. In this talk, Haddad will present an 5-points system that you can follow to strengthen your internal open source compliance practices, and subsequently build a better trust of your compliance with your software partners.

Speakers
avatar for Ibrahim Haddad

Ibrahim Haddad

VP R&D, Samsung Research
Ibrahim Haddad (Ph.D.) is Vice President of R&D and the Head of the Open Source Innovation Group at Samsung Research America, a wholly owned R&D subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., South Korea. He is responsible for overseeing Samsung's Open Source strategy and execution, internal and external collaborative R&D projects, participation in key open source development projects, and representing Samsung in various open source foundations... Read More →


Tuesday June 2, 2015 11:30 - 12:20
Jupiter

11:30

RVI Overview - Matt Jones, Jaguar Land Rover
Overview of the work being done by JLR on Remote Vehicle Interaction as part of the AGL project. 

Speakers
avatar for Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment, Jaguar Land Rover
Matt Jones is the Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover & Vice President at GENIVI


Tuesday June 2, 2015 11:30 - 12:20
Orchid 1/2

12:20

Lunch
Tuesday June 2, 2015 12:20 - 14:00
Neptune Foyer

14:00

Building IVI Systems Based on GENIVI Open Source - Jeremiah Foster, Pelagicore AB
This talk would focus on the "how" of IVI systems using GENIVI Open Source components as a starting point. We'd start by looking at some of the requirements for an IVI subsystems, namely Lifecycle, Audio Management, Layer Management, Location based services, and we'd examine how GENIVI software fits those requirements. Then we'd take a look at what integration might look like as demonstrated by the GENIVI Demo project. An overview of GENIVI's tooling which has evolved significantly in the last year or two. From there we can extrapolate what a modern head unit might contain with a particular focus on mid- to high-end European automaker systems.

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 June 2, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
Neptune

14:00

Engaging the Open Source Gear, Impact on an Automotive Supplier - Bruno Grasset, Valeo
Automobiles are not an exception: open source and/or free software is inside. And it's probably only the beginning with the explosion of software in cars. But software is quite new if we look at the automobile history, especially for first tiers that are not (yet) software companies. Open source and free software bring new opportunities but also risks the automotive supply chain was not designed for. This presentation will show what were some of the impacts of open source on a Tier-1 in terms of mindset, organization or product development.

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Grasset

Bruno Grasset

Infotainment Software Leader, Valeo
Bruno Grasset works at Valeo as Infotainment Software Leader. He is in particular in charge of defining how to manage Free & Open Source Software in embedded systems for the whole group. Bruno participates in GENIVI, a non-profit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of an In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) open-source development platform. | | | | Prior to that, he has been working at PSA Peugeot Citroën for 4 years as... Read More →


Tuesday June 2, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
Jupiter

14:00

State of the OpenStreetMap - Taichi Furuhashi, MAPconcierge
The OpenStreetMap is a kind of crowd sourcing geospatial database in the world. It is under the ODbL - Open Database License. In this presentation, Taichi Furuhashi will review recent situation in the OpenStreetMap community, discuss the current state of the map data and services, the challenges it faces, and look forward to how the OpenStreetMap may address those challenges.

Speakers

Tuesday June 2, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
Orchid 1/2

15:00

GENIVI Aboard at PSA Peugeot Citroën - Fabien Hernandez
GENIVI aboard at PSA Peugeot Citroën (Fabien Hernandez, PSA Peugeot Citroën) - Open source software takes more and more place inside In-Vehicle Infotainment projects. For a car manufacturer like PSA Peugeot Citroën, it's a new way to manage developments and GENIVI is a great vector to get momentum. During the presentation, Fabien will provide an overview of GENIVI, discuss the open source challenges in automotive and give a global view about its use in products and prototypes at PSA.

Speakers
FH

Fabien Hernandez

Software Architect, PSA Peugeot Citroen


Tuesday June 2, 2015 15:00 - 15:50
Orchid 1/2

15:00

Using Linux Media Controller for Wayland/Weston Renderer - Takanari Hayama, IGEL
Wayland is a simple display server protocol, and Weston is a reference implementation of the Wayland server. Wayland/Weston is considered to replace X especially in IVI. Wayland/Weston currently supports standards such as OpenGL/ES, and DRM/KMS as a reference.

Takanari Hayama has designed a new Weston renderer which uses Linux Media Controller Framework to compose surfaces. Linux Media Controller Framework is a standard Linux Kernel framework that allows use of media devices from the user space. On Renesas R-Car, an image processing unit is exposed as media devices of Media Controller.

In this presentation, he explains the architecture of Wayland/Weston, and how he designed a new Weston renderer using Media Controller Framework. He also explains some optimizations implemented in his renderer. This allows to allocate more 3D GPU time for more sophisticated applications.

Speakers
avatar for Takanari Hayama

Takanari Hayama

President, IGEL Co.,Ltd.
Takanari Hayama is a founder and CEO of IGEL Co.,Ltd, an IT consulting company. He has been involved in various embedded Linux solutions such as digital TV, Android, IVI and so on.


Tuesday June 2, 2015 15:00 - 15:50
Neptune

15:50

Break
Tuesday June 2, 2015 15:50 - 16:20
Neptune Foyer

16:20

IVI Essential Requirements: BSP and Hardware - Yuichi Kusakabe, Fujitsu
This presentation focuses on essential requirements of reference hardware platform and Board Support Package(BSP) for AGL. We will give an in-depth analysis about the differences between the typical IVI system and the reference system offered by SoC vendors.

Speakers
avatar for Yuichi Kusakabe

Yuichi Kusakabe

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


Tuesday June 2, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Neptune

16:20

Linux Kernel Selection Guide for Production Use - Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC
Adoption of Linux kernel is expanding from IT industry to broader range of another industries such as Supercomputer, Smart-phone and automotive. Every industries are using Linux kernel for their own products. However, sometimes, engineers are facing many problem and security issues after decide the kernel version. If she or he picked right version, there may not become such situation. So, how can we choose best kernel version? In this session, I will present kernel development process at first and how bugs and security fixes are merged in upstream. Then provide possible choice such as upstream kernel, LTS and LTSI with pros and cons. Also, Discuss about difference between community development and holding patches in ih-house without merging in upstream will be presented. Finally, Benefits about LTSI (Long Term Support Initiative) as a choice of best kernel will also be discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Tsugikazu Shibata

Tsugikazu Shibata

Chief Advavnced Technologist, Open Source Promotion Center, NEC
Tsugikazu Shibata is LTSI Project lead. Tsugikazu Shibata is Chief advanced Technologies of NEC and he has been working on coordinating the relationship between industry and community since the early days of Japanese Linux community. He have spoken at number of Open Source conferences such as LinuxCon, Embedded Linux Conference and OpenStack summit. He is also a board member of the Linux Foundation.


Tuesday June 2, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Jupiter

16:20

Renesas Open Source Ecosystem Activity For 2020 - Koichi Horita, Renesas
For 2020, in the light of environmental changes on automotive, infotainment and cockpit solution are very key technology for advanced safety, robust reliability and more comfort vehicle. On such market trend, we can see three major innovations on the next infotainment systems;
  1. OEM takes the initiative on conceptual field to implement their competence in vehicle; in the field of HMI, prototype development and platform/distribution decision.
  2. To achieve system innovation for integrated cockpit, a strong requirement of functional safety and security is coming up.
  3. Automotive industry can't ignore innovations from Silicon Valley anymore; Apple(Carplay), Google(Android Auto) and a lot of the latest net services from start-up company.
I can show current activities of Renesas from open source solution and eco-system aspect and share our next activity roadmap for 2020.

Speakers
KH

Koichi Horita

Koichi Horita mainly works on software marketing on automotive infotainment system, especially on R-Car SoC/Linux project. | ASIC HW design at NEC(2002-2007) | Product marketing and customer support for car infotainment SoC at NEC(2007-2010) | Product marketing and customer support for R-Car SoC at Renesas Electronics(2010-2011) | From 2011, he is working on R-Car SoC software marketing. | Besides Linux software solution system... Read More →


Tuesday June 2, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Orchid 1/2

17:20

How Collaborative Projects can have great Legal Strategies - Shane Coughlan, OIN
The success of Open Source has encouraged new ways of balancing competition and cooperation. Smart innovation sees individuals and companies collaborate on platforms while maintaining the ability to compete on products. The projects that bring everyone together - from the core OS to applications to the cloud - have developed ways to keep everything as frictionless as possible. This presentation will expand on the current and emerging best practices around legal strategies for projects, illustrating how and why legal affairs need to be included in the mix, and what approaches have worked well to encourage widespread and efficient collaboration.

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 June 2, 2015 17:20 - 18:10
Jupiter

17:20

Linaro Update - Akira Tsukamoto, Linaro
Linaro was founded in 2010 as a software engineering organization where member companies developing collaboratively with shard cost with member companies on common open sources focusing on ARM to avoid duplicating development efforts. The presentation will be introducing the development activities in Linaro, such as, Yocto build on ARM, LAVA, Reference security framework on ARM, Hypervisor, Realtime support, Wayland/Western video play back with V4L2 on Chromium Embedded HTML5 browser, ARM reference community boards (96boards), Improving boot time from cold boot, latest ARM technology: power management, EAS and etc.

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Akira Tsukamoto

Akira Tsukamoto is a country manager of Japan who is in charge of technical project management for a member company in Japan. During his developments at Columbia University and former jobs, NEC, TOSHIBA and Sony Computer Entertainment, he built his career in the area of hardware-level programming for Linux kernel to VoIP technology. | Akira decided to join Linaro to be a bridge for Japanese companies to expand their products in global market.


Tuesday June 2, 2015 17:20 - 18:10
Orchid 1/2

17:20

SPDX with Yocto Project - Naimeng Bian, Fujitsu
The SPDX(Software Package Data Exchange) specification is a standard format for communicating the components,licenses and copyrights associated with a software package.

There's a SPDX related project named Yocto+SPDX included in Yocto Project, the goal of Yocto-SPDX is to integrate automated SPDX generation in upstream open source projects.

The FOSSology+SPDX Project is a SPDX standard implementation, built from FOSSology project.

I have some experiences about generating SPDX file by Yocto-SPDX&Fossology. And I am working to improve Yocto-SPDX to make it friendly. This presentation will show how to generate SPDX files with Yocto Project, discuss what should we do to improve Yocto-SPDX, and show what i have done to do it.

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Naimeng Bian

FNST
Software Engineer, Fujitsu 8 years Linux related developing experience at Fujitsu from 2007. Major job is developing a In-House Distro for Embedded Systems, which is based on Yocto project and LTSI Kernel


Tuesday June 2, 2015 17:20 - 18:10
Neptune