Open Source Summit Japan 2021 is now a Virtual Experience, happening December 14-15 on the Japan Standard Time Zone (UTC+09:00). All times for the ELISA related events have been updated to reflect the Pacific Time Zone.
As with past virtual experiences, know that we are taking thoughtful actions to create an immersive digital experience that provides you with interactive content and collaboration experiences. You will have the ability to network with other attendees, attend presentations with live Q&A, interact with sponsors real-time, and much more – all virtually, from anywhere. To register for the event, visit the main conference page: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-summit-japan/register/.
ELISA will be represented at the conference in the following presentations:
Monday, December 13 at 5:20-5:40 pm PST: Keynote Presentation
Speaker: Kate Stewart, Vice President of Dependable Embedded Systems at The Linux Foundation
Add this to your schedule here.
Tuesday, December 14 at 6-6:50 pm PST: A Path to Automotive Safety Certification for Open Source?
Speaker: Paul Sherwood, Chairman of Codethink Limited
With the rise of connected and autonomous vehicles, the key requirement for automotive software systems focuses on safety and security. The need to ensure certification against ISO 26262 and similar safety regulations has been one of the main barriers to choosing AGL for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), automated driving, and safety-critical components. Codethink has been working on a process-driven certification model, allowing practitioners to make credible assertions about the safety of the construction and maintenance of software consumed from open source repositories, in collaboration with ELISA and Exida. This talk will describe the foundation of the certification model, demonstrate the application of the model to construct a system capable of hosting a significant portion of the AGL software distribution, and discuss the implications of this for organizations seeking to consume AGL in a safety-critical context. Add this to your schedule here.
Tuesday, December 14 at 10:30 – 11:20 pm PST: Functional Safety certification methodology for Red Hat In Vehicle OS
Speaker: Gabriele Paoloni, Red Hat
So far no vendor was able to Functional Safety certify a complex Linux based OS. Red Hat takes this challenge seriously. Join us in the conversation where Red Hat will share its plan and vision to leverage the strength of open source and community development model to solve this problem. Add this to your schedule here.
Tuesday, December 14 at 11:30 pm – 12:20 am PST on Wednesday, December 15: FuSA BoF – Community Efforts in Automotive Linux Functional Safety
Speakers: Jeffrey Osier-Mixon & Gabriele Paolini, Red Hat
This BOF is an informal discussion and a chance to connect with people working toward functional safety certification efforts in an automotive context. It follows on Gabriele’s presentation on Red Hat’s proposed methodology for certification against ISO 26262. The goal is to advance certification for Linux in automotive, beyond IVI, and to chart a path for FuSa certification in other contexts. Work is being done in ELISA to develop methodologies for certification in a number of contexts. Your voice is welcome at this BoF and also within ELISA – we hope you join us. Add this to your schedule here.
Registration costs US $50. To register or to see the complete schedule, please visit the main conference page here.