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The AGL Software Defined Connected Car

By June 20, 2018June 22nd, 2018Blog

Today at Automotive Linux Summit, we are excited to announce a new AGL white paper on virtualization titled “The Automotive Grade Linux Software Defined Connected Car.”

Developed by the AGL Virtualization Expert Group (EG-VIRT), the white paper presents the benefits, challenges, requirements and use cases for virtualization on all next-generation automotive vehicle architectures.

The objective of the EG-VIRT is to expand the AGL platform with a set of virtualization technologies and to pave the way towards an open source de-facto standard for software defined connected cars.

The goals of this white paper are to:

  • Disseminate automotive virtualization inside of and outside of AGL.
  • Identify virtualization use cases, requirements and solutions for AGL.
  • Define the AGL virtualized software defined vehicle architecture.

Download the full white paper on our publications page.