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A Maintainable and Scalable Kernel Qualification Approach for Automotive

By August 4, 2021August 6th, 2021Blog, Workshop

In May, the ELISA Project hosted its 7th Workshop with 239 participants from 37 different countries. For a complete recap of the workshop, click here. Today, we’ll take a look at one of the sessions led by Daniel Bristot de Oliveira, Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, and Gabriele Paoloni, Senior Software Architect at Intel, titled “A Maintainable and Scalable Kernel Qualification Approach for Automotive.”

In this presentation, Daniel and Gabriele present an innovative approach that aims for the Functional Safety qualification of Linux by leveraging both ISO26262-6 and ISO26262-8.12.

The goal of this presentation was to get feedback on the approach suitability from a Functional Safety point of view, the approach usability in the current Linux mainline development flow and discuss about the next steps.

If you would like to learn more, Daniel and Gabriele will be giving an updated presentation at Embedded Linux Conference on September 28. Learn more about the session and other ELISA talks here.