The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) All Member Meeting takes place March 8-9 in Berlin, Germany and brings the AGL community together to learn about the latest developments, share best practices and collaborate to drive rapid innovation across the industry. Learn more here.
The ELISA Project will be represented at the meeting with a presentation by Philipp Ahmann, Chair of the ELISA TSC and Product Manager at Robert Bosch GmbH. The presentation titled, “Tell-Tale Mysteries: ELISA and Needlefish in the Functional-Safety Hollow,” will take place on Thursday, March 9 at 10:50-11:30 am. (CEST)
Building up on the talk “Elements towards functional safety use cases with Linux in Automotive” at the Automotive Linux Summit 2022 in Japan, this presentation provides a (safety focused) quick start for engineers into the ELISA flavor of AGL’s instrument cluster demo including workload tracing, a trimmed down kernel configuration and a mock of a safety monitoring app. All different kinds of equipment to start your (safety) analysis Linux adventure with a good support by an qemu image built in ELISA’s CI. A glimpse on the upcoming work packages like “improvement of the safety monitoring app” and “kernel analysis” with the help of workload tracing shows what comes next. Finally, the talk closes by building a bridge from the pure Linux based qemu system to an exemplary multiple operating system architecture with Xen, Zephyr and Linux on automotive hardware; another ELISA activity. Add it to your schedule here.
Learn more on the main event website: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/agl-amm/.