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Thursday, September 20 • 2:40pm - 3:15pm
Tizen WebAPIs for IVI - James Ausmus, Intel

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Demand for Linux in IVI solutions is rising, as is the demand for a common HTML5-based application platform - however, the W3C is just now starting to consider how to provide interfaces with automotive systems.  This talk will discuss the Tizen IVI WebAPIs, how they work, how they can be extended, and how you can use them to create the next generations of IVI applications and interfaces.  I will also discuss the path towards a W3C supported IVI WebAPI standard, and what challenges need to be overcome in this effort.
The audience is application developers, and those who are interested in an HTML5 future for IVI solutions. Expect a technical discussion at the API level, with demonstrations of the APIs in use. This topic is important for the Linux ecosystem and this event as more car manufacturers and OEMs target HTML5 as the app development environment of choice for 3rd party app writers.


James Ausmus

James is a Senior Software Engineer, and the Tizen IVI WebAPI Architect in the Intel Open Source Technology Center.  He is also involved in GENIVI and the W3C workshop on Vehicle WebAPIs.  James has been using Linux  for 12 years, and has developed in Linux in multiple areas, from kernel driver work, factory automation/system control, middleware, and user apps - native and HTML.

Thursday September 20, 2012 2:40pm - 3:15pm
Conference Room 1

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