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Wednesday, September 19 • 3:20pm - 3:55pm
Does Virtualization Make Linux/GENIVI Systems Flexible, Secure, and Robust? - Olaf Schmidt, OpenSynergy GmbH

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Virtualization technology has founds its home in automotive design and allows integration of more functions with fewer ECUs. AUTOSAR functions, AUTOSAR state managers, security functions, shared drivers (e.g. graphics) and the actual Linux/GenIVI operating system are all running on one shared CPU in segregated partitions. But does virtualization make Linux/GenIVI systems flexible, secure, and robust? Can it withstand security concerns? Does virtualization negatively impact the systems' performance? This presentation will be based on the example of integrating various functions with internet connectivity into the head unit and will describe all of the building blocks necessary to put this successfully into practice. This presentation is intended for system architects, engineers responsible for ECUs, embedded software developers, and managers at OEMs, Tier-1, and system houses.


Olaf Schmidt

Olaf Schmidt has been active in automotive electronics for ten years. He was engaged in product development, marketing, management, and sales, first at Vector Informatik and then Eberspächer Electronics. In 2012, he became head of business development at OpenSynergy. Open Synergy... Read More →

Wednesday September 19, 2012 3:20pm - 3:55pm
Lecture Room 1

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