RISC-V Forum Embedded Technologies, which will be hosted virtually on July 21 (China Standard Time), bring together experts for 3 hours of deep-dive presentations, hands-on learning, and networking with technical enthusiasts in the RISC-V ecosystem.
Itai Yarom, VP of Sales & Marketing at MIPS, is giving a presentation focused on the ELISA Project titled, “Automotive Linux for RISC-V.” With the time difference, look for this session on Tuesday, July 20 at 5:25-5:45 pm PDT.
ELISA (Enabling Linux in Safety Applications) is an organization that includes Automotive companies like BMW, Toyota, Suzuki, just to name few of the companies. The goal of ELISA is to enable the usage of Linux in safety critical applications, like Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles (AV). Last year, the ELISA forum have reported on the first usage of Linux in the automotive critical . RISC-V as being an open source ISA is a great candidate for future automotive platform, and therefore ELISA have started to work on RISC-V support. In this talk, we will present the ELISA and the method that have been used to enable open-source SW (like Linux) to achieve safety certification (based on ISO 26262), and discuss the RISC-V timeline for Automotive Linux support. Reference: 1. https://www.mobileye.com/blog/mobileye-leads-the-industry-in-embracing-linux-for-safety-related-applications/
Learn more about the event or register for free here: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/riscv-forum-embedded-technologies/.