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Announcements
December 3, 2019 in Announcements

AGL Announces CES 2020 Demos by 18 Members

Automotive Grade Linux Booth at CES 2020 Showcases 2020 Mazda CX-30, 2020 Toyota RAV4, and 20+ Open Source AGL-Based Demos 18 AGL members including DENSO, DENSO TEN, Mazda, Panasonic, Renesas,…
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October 10, 2019 in Announcements

AGL Welcomes Seven New Members Including SAIC Motor

Automotive Grade Linux Announces Chinese Automaker SAIC Motor as a New Member German Autolabs, KPIT, MontaVista, OTAinfo, OUTCERT, and Ovo also join AGL SAN FRANCISCO, October 10, 2019 -- Automotive…
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August 22, 2019 in Announcements

Automotive Grade Linux Announces New Instrument Cluster Expert Group and UCB 8.0 Code Release

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Aug 22, 2019 — Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), an open source project developing a shared software platform for in-vehicle technology, today announced a new working group focused on Instrument…
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July 3, 2019 in Announcements

AGL Announces Five New Members

Candera, IDW Technologies, Reutlingen University, T-Systems, and Wuhan Bluestar Technology join Automotive Grade Linux to Support Shared Technology Development for In-Car Technology SAN FRANCISCO, July 3, 2019 -- Automotive Grade…
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Blog Posts
December 10, 2019 in Blog

HTML5 Apps on the AGL Platform with Web Application Manager

Guest post by Julie Kim, Software Engineer, Igalia Since last year, Igalia has worked on Chromium and Web Application Manager(WAM) on AGL. Before starting to explain Chromium and WAM on…
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November 26, 2019 in Blog, Developer Showcase

Developer Showcase: Paul Barker, Sancloud

In the AGL Developer Showcase series, we talk to developers and software engineers to learn more about the work they are doing with AGL and open source. Tell us a…
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November 8, 2019 in Blog, Developer Showcase

Developer Showcase: José Bollo, IoT.bzh

In the AGL Developer Showcase series, we talk to developers and software engineers to learn more about the work they are doing with AGL and open source. Tell us a…
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September 23, 2019 in Blog

Automotive virtualization: virtualizing AGL profiles with the EG-VIRT activity

Guest post by Michele Paolino, a virtualization architect at Virtual Open Systems who leads the AGL Virtualization Expert Group. Virtualization is key for modern vehicles software architectures because it addresses…
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In the News
May 20, 2019 in In the News

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

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…
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May 20, 2019 in In the News

TheDrive: Volkswagen Adds To Automotive Grade Linux’s Growing Clout

The massive German automaker joins the growing Automotive Grade Linux family, in an effort to protect data from Big Tech. Read more at TheDrive.com.
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January 24, 2019 in In the News

TechRepublic: Want a tech job that pays $100K a year? Brush up on your Linux skills

New Dice figures show employers are typically willing to pay upwards of $100,000 for roles ranging from Linux systems engineer to DevOps engineer. Read more in TechRepublic.
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January 21, 2019 in In the News

Informatique News: CES 2019: Open Source for the connected / autonomous car

Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux, tells ComputerNews the role that Open Source and the Linux Foundation play in the connected car For the past 4 years, the…
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Publications
June 20, 2018 in Publications

The Automotive Grade Linux Software Defined Connected Car Architecture

With the increasing momentum of electric, connected and self driving cars, the automotive industry is today experiencing a total revolution; consequently it is looking for new solutions to maintain the…
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