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Thursday, September 20 • 3:20pm - 3:55pm
Automotive Location APIs in Tizen - Michael Leibowitz, Intel

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This talk will focus on automotive location APIs.  It will cover the spectrum of APIs in Tizen in terms of definition, implementation, and middle-ware.  These APIs include position, mapping, points of interest, and routing.  Additionally, there will be a discussion of the relevant GENIVI location APIs and how they complement the existing Tizen API implementations.
This discussion will be relevant not only to application programmers who are interested in using these interfaces, but also to service providers and system-integrators who wish to productize Tizen in vehicles.  The location topic is of key importance within the automotive industry, as navigation is not only a key value-add, but location is increasingly becoming something that is built-upon for applications other than navigation.


Michael Leibowitz

Michael Leibowitz is a hacker working in the Intel Open Source Technology Center.  His main activities are location technologies, where he serves as the Location Architect.  Michael has served in this capacity on Moblin, MeeGo, and now Tizen.  Prior to that, Michael hacked on OpenOffice.org and did hard/real time in embedded systems, which he is still recovering from.  In his spare time, he enjoys napping, sleeping in, and... Read More →

Thursday September 20, 2012 3:20pm - 3:55pm
Conference Room 1

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