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Wednesday, March 17
 

09:00 JST

09:30 JST

Keynote Session - AGL Past and Future: Which Innovations Should Drive Next-gen AGL Evolution - Hisao Munakata, Renesas Electronics Corp.
We launched AGL in 2012, and now we have made the 11th release named Kooky Koi. During this decade, we have strived to solve various automotive industry challenges.

Some are improved, and we still have many things to do, of course. This keynote will look back at our past activities and share some insight into the AGL futures.

Speakers
avatar for Hisao Munakata

Hisao Munakata

Senior director, Renesas Electronic Corp
Munakata is an Advisory Board member of AGL, and board of director of Linux Foundation. He has been working for embedded Linux development including upstreaming, BSP development and customer support for over 20 years. Also, talked at many Linux Foundation events and other opportunities... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 09:30 - 09:45 JST
Keynote Theater
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09:45 JST

Introduction to Automotive Grade Linux - Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation
Are you new to AGL? Have you been around for a while and want to get more involved? This presentation will introduce you to AGL and its governance including the Technical Steering Committee, System Architecture Team, and Expert Groups. The latest status of the AGL UCB releases will be reviewed and the upcoming roadmap discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Walt Miner

Walt Miner

AGL Community Manager, The Linux Foundation
Walt Miner has worked for The Linux Foundation as the Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux since 2014. Walt has spoken at Automotive Linux Summit, Embedded World Conference in Nuremberg, Embedded Linux Conference, LinuxCon North America, and Open Source Summit North America... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 09:45 - 10:25 JST
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09:45 JST

Obtaining VirtIO-enabled Virtualized AGL KK Reference Demo Distribution - Mikhail Golubev, OpenSynergy GmbH
In the past year, one of the main efforts in AGL Virtualization Expert Group was enabling VirtIO technology in AGL, which is a standard device virtualization framework. As a result, AGL KK gained the ability to run on top of VirtIO-based Automotive Virtual Platforms. Virt EG member company OpenSynergy has prepared a public COQOS Hypervisor SDK evaluation distribution that runs on top of AGL Reference Hardware and contains VirtIO-enabled AGL virtual machine. In this session, an overview of the distribution architecture will be presented along with details on how to obtain, build and run it.

Speakers
avatar for Mikhail Golubev

Mikhail Golubev

Senior Software Engineer, OpenSynergy GmbH
Michail Golubev is a virtualization technical lead at OpenSynergy GmbH, a company that develops the virtualization platform COQOS Hypervisor SDK that supports the convergence of software-based vehicle functions with different requirements on safety and security. His activity is mainly... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 09:45 - 10:25 JST
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10:25 JST

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:25 - 10:40 JST

10:40 JST

Lava-docker in a Nutshell - Jan-Simon Moeller, The Linux Foundation
AGL uses LAVA for its hardware testing setup. This talk will show how the setup of such a lab is done through lava-docker and how you can add your own custom hardware to AGL's CI.

Speakers
avatar for Jan-Simon Moeller

Jan-Simon Moeller

AGL Release Manager, The Linux Foundation
Jan-Simon Möller is Release Manager of the Automotive Grade Linux Project (AGL). He’s an active contributor to open source projects for over a decade. His dedication is to advance open source in general and Projects like AGL in particular. He holds a Dipl.-Ing. in Electrical Engineering... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:40 - 11:20 JST
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10:40 JST

Software Define Architecture in a Car: Using VIRTIO to Change the Way Car Software is Developed - Tero Salminen, OpenSynergy GmbH
Discussion about How the concepts of software defined architecture can be used in a car. And How VIRTIO fits to this? Software defined architecture is coming from cloud but it can with some modifications be used in the car also especially in the future when the new technology makes it easier to combine SoCs and peripherals in more flexible way. AGL is adopting VIRTIO that can be used more widely with the concepts of the software defined architecture to form a new kind of car platform and ecosystem for both software and hardware.

Speakers
avatar for Tero Salminen

Tero Salminen

Senior Director Product, Virtualization, OpenSynergy GmbH
Head of the Virtualization team at OpenSynergy. Over 20 years of experience from building platforms for telecom, phones and cars.



Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:40 - 11:20 JST
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11:20 JST

Advanced In-Vehicle Cloud Service Applications Using the AWS Connected Mobility Solution - Scott Francis, Amazon Web Service
The next generation of in-vehicle services include opportunities for commerce— not just shopping and delivery, but new businesses like usage based insurance or tires as a service as the changes in the Electrical Architecture first delivered benefits starting with Entertainment services that are primarily local in interaction but served from the cloud, then applications to be more effective or productive in vehicles with automation of routine tasks like parking and charging. Customer obsession now is around all the services…not the physical vehicle; people making decisions around whether vehicle can get updates & service itself. The vehicle manufacturer is really now competing to add value around connectivity. Aggregating telemetry and synthetic sensors into the cloud provides the core data to drive these services.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Francis

Scott Francis

Senior Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Service
Scott brings 30 years of technology leadership to a wide range of embedded and cloud projects including the Echo Flex and most recently has been bringing AWS' Connected Mobility Solution to Silicon and System Integrators for monitoring and management of automotive fleets. He has recently... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 11:20 - 12:00 JST
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11:20 JST

Open Source License Compliance with AGL - Paul Barker, Konsulko Group
If you distribute a product that runs an open source software stack such as Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) then you have obligations to fulfill under the GPL and other open source licenses. Thankfully, AGL is built upon the Yocto Project which provides tooling to help you achieve this.

Paul will present an overview of the license compliance tools available to users of AGL and show how they can be used. Paul will highlight best practices to follow and potential pitfalls to avoid. Paul will discuss how to handle modern programming languages such as Go, Javascript, and Rust and how to deal with common concerns such as commercially licensed media codecs and GPLv3 licensed software components. He will also bring the audience up to date with the latest developments and ongoing upstream work in Yocto Project which will be available to AGL users in the future. This talk will not give legal advice.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Barker

Paul Barker

Principal Engineer, Konsulko Group
Paul Barker has been an active member of the OpenEmbedded & Yocto Project community since 2013. He has contributed to the project in many ways, including maintaining opkg in 2013-2015. More recent work has focused on Board Support Packages for several single board computers and core... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 11:20 - 12:00 JST
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12:00 JST

Break
Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:00 - 12:15 JST

12:15 JST

A Brief Introduction of AGL Binding Test - Li Xiaoming, Nanjing Fujitsu Nanda Software Technology Co., Ltd.
Binding is an important and fundamental concept in AGL project. In this presentation, Li Xiaoming will talk about how to test a binding, the mechanisms used in the test process, and how to improve an existing binding.

Speakers
avatar for Li Xiaoming

Li Xiaoming

Senior Embedded Software Engineer, Nanjing Fujitsu Nanda Software Technology Co., Ltd.
Li Xiaoming is a senior engineer at FNST(Nanjing Fujitsu Nanda Software Technology Co., Ltd). He is focus on CIAT, embedded software development and other related area. Prior to joining FNST, Li worked as a telecom software engineer at Huawei.



Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:15 - 12:55 JST
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12:15 JST

AGL@Reutlingen University: Education and Research - Thomas Walzer, Reutlingen University
At Reutlingen University, we work with AGL in the Future Mobility Lab, which is used as a basis for research and student projects. Our students should have the opportunity to quickly build and test prototypes in a broadly supported environment. Our previous experience was in driving simulation and driver monitoring, which we bring into the AGL project. AGL serves as the basis for our work on Car Driver Interaction and development of new services. We are currently working on the integration of AGL into our existing driving simulator and the development of a demonstrator based on AGL. In the presentation we present the current state of our work and what we will work on in the future.

Speakers
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Thomas Walzer

Research Associate, Reutlingen University
Research Associate @ Reutlingen University Member of Future Mobility Lab Work on Driving Simulator Enviorment for AGL



Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:15 - 12:55 JST
Track 2
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12:55 JST

Hardware Isolation Running RTOS Concurrently with AGL on Renesas R-Car - Julien Massot, IoT.bzh
Modern SoCs contain heterogeneous processor devices that can be used to execute specific tasks. Renesas R-Car Gen 3 embeds a Cortex-R7 that can access any memory mapped device. Taking advantage of this processor allows to have critical applications that should bring the proof of their robustness (realtime, safety, power consumption..). This talk start with a presentation about technical constraints about having a MCU running RTOS. This talk also gives an introduction on how to manage this processor lifecycle from Linux side and how to communicate between both worlds (AGL and Zephyr).

Speakers
avatar for Julien Massot

Julien Massot

Linux Embedded Engineer, IoT.bzh
Julien holds a master's degree in Computer Science from ESGI Paris, and has over 11 years experience. He started his professional activities in humanoid robotics domain by developing embedded Linux systems for SoftBank Robotics's robots: NAO, Romeo and Pepper. Julien mainly did development... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:55 - 13:35 JST
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12:55 JST

Let's Make AGL Documents Available for any Languages - Noriaki Fukuyasu - The Linux Foundation
The "official" language of open source projects is English. But it would help the community to expand more if all the documents would become available to read in any language they prefer. But the localization of the documents is always painful and in many cases not fun. Thus, with this talk, I would like to take this opportunity to propose AGL community start working on the localization by using machine translation, tools, and community localization process.

Speakers
avatar for Noriaki Fukuyasu

Noriaki Fukuyasu

Vice President of Japan Operations, Linux Foundation
Noriaki is the Vice President of Japan Operations for The Linux Foundation. Prior to joining The Linux Foundation, he led the international business for a leading Japanese Linux distributor, Turbolinux, Inc., as Director of International Business. He also served as the CEO of Zend... Read More →



Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:55 - 13:35 JST
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Thursday, March 18
 

09:00 JST

Keynote - Open Hardware in In-Vehicle Infotainment System - Akio Nakadachi, Mazda Motor Corporation
To realize the AGL ecosystem, we believe that open architecture hardware is essential. OEMs of AGL members started working together as Reference Hardware Expert Group. We designed and manufactured new reference hardware that meets our requirement – “Selectable and Interchangeable”, “Open Interface” and “Vehicle Mountable”. Last year units of new reference hardware had been distributed to the AGL community and UCB software will support shortly.
Our goal is to promote new reference hardware and accelerating the AGL ecosystem. In this keynote session, I introduce the appeals of the reference hardware features and show our action plan.

Speakers
avatar for Akio Nakadachi

Akio Nakadachi

Senior Specialist, Mazda Motor Corporation
Akio Nakadachi is AGL project technical leader of Mazda. He has the background of embedded software engineer.



Thursday March 18, 2021 09:00 - 09:15 JST
Keynote Theater
  Keynote Session
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09:15 JST

Developing Rich Graphical Interfaces for Embedded Automotive Systems Using Linux and Java - Farshid Monhaseri, TotalCross
One of the challenges in the development of automotive systems is the graphical user interface. Several times this step in the projects ends up being complicated because it impairs the performance of the system or ends up confusing and alienating the user. That is why Farshid and Vaneska present an alternative open source tool where it is possible to develop the entire interface in the android studio using XML and using machine learning this is possible to run with performance on Linux Arm devices. It is still possible to make any adjustments and increments in the project using java, in any IDE.

Speakers
avatar for Farshid Monhaseri

Farshid Monhaseri

Embedded Developer, TotalCross
When I was 13, I started to work with the 8051 microprocessor, electronics was my main hobby untill high school. Academically I studied the mechanics of agricultural machines (B.Sc) and Bio-system engineering (M.Sc). With my electronics and programming skills and mechanical studies... Read More →



Thursday March 18, 2021 09:15 - 09:55 JST
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09:15 JST

Moving from Smack to SELinux with AGL Application Framework - José Bollo , Iot.bzh
This talk presents how the application framework and its core components can shift from being based on Smack to SELinux. The Linux kernel has many security mechanisms: capabilities, credentials, cgroups, namespaces, security modules, SELinux, AppArmor, Smack, ... The talk reviews their benefits. As of today, the AGL application framework leverages these security features in order to achieve safety, security and privacy of the system, applications and users. The talk summarizes the current state of the application framework. Finally, the talk presents the work done in replacing Smack with SELinux and shows the designs that make the transition transparent to application developers while providing the same level of security.

Speakers
avatar for José Bollo

José Bollo

Senior software engineer, Iot.bzh
I worked for over ten years as a software developer on automation of measurement for industry (automotive and aviation). I worked mostly in C and C++ for DOS and Windows. Then I worked for over ten year as software engineer-researcher in audio signal processing: 3D audio rendering... Read More →



Thursday March 18, 2021 09:15 - 09:55 JST
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09:55 JST

Break
Thursday March 18, 2021 09:55 - 10:10 JST

10:10 JST

Getting Close to Real Automotive Product with AGL Reference Hardware - Naoya Tanimura, Panasonic
AGL reference hardware is a hardware discussed and promoted by Reference Hardware System Architecture-Expert Group (RHSA-EG). It is close to real automotive products such as In-Vehicle Infotainment system (IVI) and owns interchangeability of each function board, which enables a fast and flexible software development. By using the reference hardware, developers can easily build prototype and explore features with AGL. The reference hardware is going to be available for the latest version of AGL, Kooky Koi, from February 2021. In this presentation, we will give an overall introduction of reference hardware and highlight its features such as component interchangeability. We will also demonstrate how to build an AGL image for it and show examples of its use in other Expert Groups (EGs). This content is suitable for anyone who is interested in AGL and no previous experience is required.

Speakers
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Naoya Tanimura

Hardware engineers, Panasonic
Naoya Tanimura is the hardware engineer for Panasonic.He is in charge of developing reference hardware.Prior to joing this project, he had developed sensing devices for PC and Tablet at Mobile Solutions Business Division.



Thursday March 18, 2021 10:10 - 10:50 JST
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10:10 JST

PipeWire Updates in 2020 and Beyond - George Kiagiadakis, Collabora
About a year ago, in February 2020, PipeWire 0.3.0 came into light, being the first API stable release of this young open-source multimedia project. This was only the beginning of an incredible year during which PipeWire evolved tremendously and gained a lot of attention. Today, it is used daily by thousands of linux desktop users as their main audio system, trusted for its enhanced user experience, its advanced bluetooth support and its unprecedented performance. This talk is an update on all those things that have happened in PipeWire in the year that passed, on where it stands now and what we expect to see in 2021 both on the desktop and the automotive fronts.

Speakers
avatar for George Kiagiadakis

George Kiagiadakis

Senior Multimedia Engineer, Collabora
George Kiagiadakis was born and raised in the city of Heraklion, on the island of Crete, in Greece. He is a computer science graduate of the Computer Science Department of the University of Crete and currently works at Collabora as a senior software engineer in the multimedia domain... Read More →



Thursday March 18, 2021 10:10 - 10:50 JST
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10:50 JST

Analysis and Refinement of Architecture for Realizing AGL Instrument Cluster - Masanori Maruyama, Nippon Seiki Co., Ltd. & Naoto Yamaguchi, AISIN AW Co., Ltd.
AGL Instrument Cluster Expert Group is working to aim realizing the AGL base instrument cluster product.
During the 1st year, EG members worked on requirements analysis and basic architecture decisions.
In this session, we focus on instrument cluster side, and we will share the results of analysis and refinement with AGL community.

Speakers
avatar for Naoto Yamaguchi

Naoto Yamaguchi

Doctor of Informatics, Specialist, AISIN AW CO.,LTD.
Naoto Yamaguchi is a senior specialist of IVI system development at AISIN AW. He received a doctor of informatics from the Shizuoka University in 2007. He has developed RTOS navigation platform since 2007, and in-vehicle infotainment system using Linux since 2011. He joined to AGL... Read More →
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Masanori Maruyama

Nippon Seiki Co., Ltd.



Thursday March 18, 2021 10:50 - 11:30 JST
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10:50 JST

HTML5 on the AGL Demo Platform with Chromium and WAM - Lorenzo Tilve & Antía Puentes, Igalia
Lorenzo will be presenting an updated on the status of the HTML5 version of the AGL demo platform, review the architecture and the updates introduced from Chromium and the Web Application Manager side, as well as explaining the ongoing work and open challenges. The presentation will be getting into the details of the web homescreen and the available demo webapps, and how they can be modified. This will include an update on the way to build and test web-based images, and extending the information to develop and integrate new webapps or modify the existing ones. The presentation will be also describing the overall current status of the Web Application Manager (WAM) and Chromium components that provide the web runtime capabilities into the platform. The presentation will be an update of the presentation delivered on December for AGL All Member Meeting.

Speakers
avatar for Antía Puentes

Antía Puentes

Software Engineer, Igalia
Antía is a Sofware Engineer, member of the web browsers team at Igalia. She has been involved in the collaboration between Igalia and AGL to integrate HTML applications support based on Chromium and the Web Application Manager and the maintenance of the web runtime into the AGL platform.Her... Read More →
avatar for Lorenzo Tilve

Lorenzo Tilve

Software Engineer, Igalia
Lorenzo is a Software Engineer with years of experience on the Igalia web browsers team, participating on different projects on Chromium and WebKit. He has been the responsible of the migration and maintenance of several Chromium adaptations into different distributions and hardware... Read More →



Thursday March 18, 2021 10:50 - 11:30 JST
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11:30 JST

Break
Thursday March 18, 2021 11:30 - 11:45 JST

11:45 JST

Data Continuity, from Vehicle Sensors to Cloud Databases in the AGL Ecosystem - Vincent Rubiolo, IoT.bzh
The modern vehicle is facing a fundamental problem: the more connected it gets, the more cybersecurity threats it faces. Data link reliability or bandwidth changes caused by roaming also make it much harder to reliably push car sensor data to the cloud. This talk is about implementing a reliable Vehicle to Cloud (V2C) scheme in the AGL ecosystem. It starts with lessons learned from real-world use cases: sending data from thousands of sensors to a cloud backend served by a choppy connection. It then describes how the AGL microservice framework and its security model, coupled with RedisTimeSeries, can be used to securely and selectively funnel data from the target to the cloud. The talk concludes with a proposal on how this infrastructure could be integrated into the core of AGL to benefit the community at large.

Speakers
avatar for Vincent Rubiolo

Vincent Rubiolo

Cloud/V2C Architect, IoT.bzh
Vincent holds a Master Degree in Engineering from the French Ecole des Mines de Nantes and has been in the computing, embedded and cloud industry for 15 years. After working on the debugging tools for the VxWorks real time operating system at Windriver, he relocated to the San Francisco... Read More →



Thursday March 18, 2021 11:45 - 12:25 JST
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11:45 JST

Demonstration of IVI Production Readiness - Riku Nomoto, Woven Alpha, Inc. & Kenji Hosokawa, DENSO Corp.
Toyota is leading Production Readiness activity to make AGL meets OEM's product requirements more.
Through the IVI-EG, we have disclosed source codes and requirements from the actual production.

At this time, we'll showcase the DEMOs with disclosed production source codes and existing AGL apps. 
We realize requirements and use cases demanded in actual production and show advancement to adopt AGL for production.
・Achieve reliability requirements by monitoring system malfunction and reset function.
・Realize arbitration of complex MM display by adding simple rules(by Denso).

Speakers
avatar for Kenji Hosokawa

Kenji Hosokawa

Engineer, DENSO Corp.
Kenji Hosokawa has experience of UI and graphics more than 10 years in Denso and has developed IVI systems using Linux from 2013 onwards and brings a strong background as UI/Graphics experts covering low-level up to high-level application layer. His work mainly focuses directly on... Read More →
avatar for Riku Nomoto

Riku Nomoto

Engineer, Woven Alpha, Inc.
Riku Nomoto is a software engineer of Woven Alpha. I have the background of embedded software engineer.



Thursday March 18, 2021 11:45 - 12:25 JST
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