Linux for the car continues its advance

June 06, 2018 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
As communication between ECUs and applications in the car increases, the question of the operating system comes to the fore - and for many players it is clear that Linux in particular is an option. Automotive-Grade Linux (AGL), a loose cooperation in the automotive industry, is registering a significant influx. Seven other suppliers have just joined the collaboration.

According to AGL, the new entries in the member list include Abalta Technologies, Airbiquity, Bose, EPAM Systems, HERE, Integrated Computer Solutions and Sitech Electric Automotive. The group now counts more than 120 members, explained Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux, The Linux Foundation. "Our newest members include the some of the industry leaders in embedded, software and automotive technologies from all over the world, including our first Chinese automaker. We look forward to leveraging the expertise of these members as we continue to enhance our infotainment platform and build out functionalities like vehicle-to-cloud connectivity and virtualization."

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