Produced by Embedded Computing Design, the Automotive Technologies virtual conference on May 12 will cover five key areas related to the design of today’s and tomorrow’s automobiles. It will look at these topics in great technical detail, cover the hardware, software, and everything in between.
The ELISA Project will be featured at the conference with a session led by Shuah Khan, ELISA Chair of the Technical Steering Committee and Linux Fellow at The Linux Foundation, and Philipp Ahmann, Chair of the ELISA Automotive Working Group and Technical Business Development Manager at Bosch GmbH. The session titled, “The Linux Foundation’s ELISA Project: Enabling Linux for Safety in Automotive Applications,” will be available on demand on Thursday, May 12 at 9 am EDT.
Register for the event at the main event site here.