We are excited to return to CES 2024 in the Vehicle Tech & Mobility area in the Las Vegas Convention Center, West Hall Booth #4765 from January 9-12, 2024!
We will have a new 2024 Lexus TX 500h in our CES booth along with core AGL platform demos and demos by EPAM, Igalia, Panasonic Automotive and VNC Automotive.
The AGL booth will be open to the public during CES show hours, so stop by anytime to check out the demos below. If you’re interested in booking a meeting to learn more about collaborating or joining AGL, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you at CES!
Core AGL Platform Demos
- Infotainment – New intuitive user interface designed by Integrated Computer Systems (ICS) with reference applications and Instrument Cluster based on embedded Flutter code contributed by Toyota. A production steering wheel from Suzuki is incorporated and connected via CAN to remotely control events including media functions and cruise control.
- Instrument Cluster – Instrument Cluster application using container technology to run multiple infotainment systems (Flutter, Qt, and HTML5) on a single microprocessor, an enabler for software-defined vehicles. Incorporates new container VirtIO features.
- Camera Integration – Camera integration on AGL reference hardware using gstreamer and libcamera as a starting point for future sensor integration.
- Toyota Flutter Embedder – Demonstrating the newest Flutter features with the Impeller rendering engine as a technology preview of the AGL Royal Ricefish code release coming in July 2024.
- Vehicle to Cloud Connectivity – Interactive driving demo developed by Amazon Web Services highlights the potential for connected vehicle technology using real-time data. Step into the cockpit of a CARLA vehicle simulator connected to the AGL platform to observe near real-time data coming in from various vehicle sensors and transmitted to the cloud.
AGL Member Demos:
- Edge Computing in Mixed-Safety Vehicle HPC Clusters by EPAM: the nuances and pitfalls of implementing secure edge computing in constrained environments, the use of containers and unikernels in Mixed-Safety systems, OTA updates for multi-component automotive software, and the orchestration of edge devices’ “fleets.” They will also address the concept of Software Defined Vehicle beyond its traditional representation, discussing topics such as multi-tenancy on the edge, the vehicle as an open platform with functional safety, and dynamic functions not limited to containers or virtual machines.
- Enabling a Software-Defined Cockpit UI/UX with Cloud-Native “Unified HMI” Technology by Panasonic Automotive: Experience the future of cockpit HMI development with their cloud-native multi-display control technology “Unified HMI.” This open-source technology enables designing, developing and testing cockpit HMI across multiple displays, without a dependency on underlying hardware architectures. It empowers developers to rapidly and efficiently create cockpit UI/UX, ushering in a new era of software-defined digital cockpit solutions.
- Chromium-based Web Application Manager on AGL by Igalia: Demo of a web-only interface of the AGL demo platform with webapps running on different supported hardware architectures using the updated Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) based Web Runtime.
- Journeys, multimedia and entertainment by VNC Automotive: Experience the future of in-vehicle infotainment and see how our tech can improve journeys, making them more enjoyable, entertaining and better connected.