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Linux Insider: Auto Grade Linux Steers Closer to an In-Car Infotainment Standard

By June 4, 2015January 3rd, 2017In the News

Automotive Grade Linux on Monday announced the industry’s first open in-vehicle infotainment, or IVI, software specification requirements.

The release of AGL Requirements Specification 1.0 is a major milestone. It moves the auto industry toward adoption of a de facto platform that uses open source development methodologies to create a safe and reliable connected-car experience. It allows OEMs and suppliers to identify gaps between the specification and code, and to provide input directly to the developer community for resolution in future AGL releases.

Read more at Linux Insider.