Xconomy: Linux Foundation’s Open Source Automotive Software Project Takes Off

By May 20, 2019In the News

When we last covered the Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project—a collaborative, cross-industry, nonprofit effort to develop a common, open-source software stack for the connected car—it was 2016 and the automotive industry was just beginning to warm up to development partnerships that could advance autonomous vehicles and other mobility services. Three years later, and AGL is “a completely different organization for the better,” says Dan Cauchy, executive director.

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