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Thursday, September 20 • 2:00pm - 2:35pm
Tizen IVI Architecture - Mikko Ylinen, Intel

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This presentation introduces Tizen's IVI profile architecture. It gives an update on the architecture status and highlights some of the future plans and visions. Tizen IVI architecture definition is driven by requirements coming directly from automotive industry and via GENIVI(r). Therefore, the architecture does not fully share the same core components, e.g., with mobile phone stack. This presentation talks where the biggest differencies are. Furthermore, it explains how Tizen IVI is built bottom up from independent subsystems.
This talk will be of special interest to developers, automotive manufacturers, as well as Tier 1 automotive suppliers wishing to use Linux in automotive infotainment. Mikko Ylinen is a Software Architect at Intel and is one of the senior engineers responsible for Tizen IVI architecture.


Mikko Ylinen

Mikko works for Intel Corp and is a senior engineer and architect responsible for the IVI stack architecture along together with other architects. He has been working on embedded linux platforms since early 2000 (including Maemo, MeeGo). His areas of interest include automotive, system architecture and system design, kernel hacking, and embedded hardware.

Thursday September 20, 2012 2:00pm - 2:35pm
Conference Room 1

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