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Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting (Berlin, Germany)

July 17 - July 18

The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) All Member Meeting, which takes place on July 17-18 in Berlin, Germany, brings the AGL community together to learn about the latest developments, share best practices and collaborate to drive rapid innovation across the industry.

Philipp Ahmann, Technical Business Development Manager at Bosch and Chair of the ELISA Project TSC, and Sven Erik Jeroschewski, Software Engineer at Bosch Digital, will be on-site to give a presentation, “So you want to use Linux in Safety Applications? – A Primer

It is common sense that Linux has gained significant traction in the automotive industry. Now more OEMs and Tiers considering its usage also in safety-critical applications. This presentation explores the typical concepts and approaches taken by companies venturing into the space of “safety-critical Linux”. It delves into use cases where Linux could be an option and highlights the challenges that need to be overcome for some other use cases.

The talk sheds light especially on Linux in ADAS and explores the role of other system elements such as containerization, virtualization, and RTOS in the introduction of Linux in the safety-critical space. Furthermore, it provides a high-level overview of safety integrity standards like ISO26262 and IEC61508, emphasizing the challenges they introduce. By the end of the presentation, the audience will have a basic understanding of the different concepts involved in enabling Linux in safety applications. They will also gain insights into the companies driving these activities, identify commonalities in the approaches taken, and recognize the role of the ISO PAS 8926 as part of the ISO26262 3rd edition. Add this session to your schedule here.

Check out the full schedule here. To learn more or to register for the AGL All Member Meeting,  visit their main event website.


July 17
July 18