Virtual Open Systems Technical Presentations
What's next in AGL? AGL Virtualization Expert Group (EG-VIRT) Communication Mechanism and GPU Virtualization
Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting Europe 2018 (AGL AMM Europe 2018), Dresden, Germany.
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The slides presented at this AGL AMM Europe 2018 EG-VIRT event are made publicly available.
Automotive virtualization, Automotive Grade Linux, mixed-critical systems, EG-VIRT.
This work has been supported by the European research and innovation program Horizon H2020 Next Generation Platform as a Service (NGPaaS), under the Grant Agreement number 761557. The work presented reflects only author's view and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.
Virtualization and open source are key enabler technologies for self-driving and connected vehicles. The Automotive Grade Linux Virtualization Expert Group (EG-VIRT) targets to add virtualization in AGL and to act as virtualization technology integrator to support different automotive hypervisor solutions in a modular way.
Virtual Open Systems is leading the EG-VIRT expert group and during AGL AMM Europe 2018 presented the plan for the next developments. In fact, after having defined the AGL virtualized architecture as well as its target solutions, use cases and requirements with the recent publication of the white paper The Automotive Grade Linux Software Defined Connected Car Architecture, EG-VIRT is now focusing on standardized communication mechanisms between automotive functions and virtualization of graphics and GPU.
During this event's presentation, these targets have been presented and discussed together with their challenges and opportunities for AGL.
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