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Re: AGL Hybrid Workshop (In-Person and Virtual) scheduled May 17-19 in Berlin

Walt Miner
 

I am looking forward to seeing everyone next week either in-person or virtually. The agenda has been posted to the wiki page. 


Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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On Tue, Apr 12, 2022 at 10:36 AM Walt Miner via lists.automotivelinux.org <wminer=linuxfoundation.org@...> wrote:
We are pleased to announce that we will finally hold an in-person Technical Workshop for the AGL Community from May 17-19 hosted by Mercedes at the MBition site in Berlin Germany.  We are planning the first two days to be our  usual workshop format and Thursday to be a more informal hackathon session to make progress on Embedded World demos and the Needlefish release. 

Details about the workshop can be found on the wiki page.[1] and you can sign up there for in-person or virtual attendance. There is a limit of 30 in-person attendees and MBition requires proof of vaccination as well as a negative Covid test that can be taken on-site. If more than 30 people sign up to attend I will let you know how we will manage it.  Most likely we will divide the sessions into half-days with specific topics for those times. 

Finally a reminder that AGL Tech Day! is tomorrow. There is still time to register[2] using code AGLTECH22
 

Regards,
Walt


Re: AGL All Member Meeting Survey

Walt Miner
 

Just a reminder for everyone to fill out the survey even if you do not plan to attend.  I promise it will take less than 1 minute of your time. The link is 


Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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On Thu, Apr 28, 2022 at 3:30 PM Walt Miner <wminer@...> wrote:
We are planning the next AGL Member Meeting to be in Honolulu, Hawaii on July 12-13, 2022.  For planning purposes, we are trying to estimate the number of attendees, but we would also like to know if you are not attending the AMM and the reasons why.  Please fill out this survey to let us know by May 9, 2022. 

The survey can be found at 



Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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AGL All Member Meeting Survey

Walt Miner
 

We are planning the next AGL Member Meeting to be in Honolulu, Hawaii on July 12-13, 2022.  For planning purposes, we are trying to estimate the number of attendees, but we would also like to know if you are not attending the AMM and the reasons why.  Please fill out this survey to let us know by May 9, 2022. 

The survey can be found at 



Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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Re: AGL Hybrid Workshop (In-Person and Virtual) scheduled May 17-19 in Berlin

Walt Miner
 

Hi everyone, 
If you are planning to attend this workshop in person, please sign up by the end of this week so we can get a final list of attendees to MBition. If you are on the fence about attending the workshop, we would love to have you there, but let me know if you need to sign up after this week so I can make the proper arrangements.

Regards,
Walt

Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

Visit us at:




On Tue, Apr 12, 2022 at 10:36 AM Walt Miner via lists.automotivelinux.org <wminer=linuxfoundation.org@...> wrote:
We are pleased to announce that we will finally hold an in-person Technical Workshop for the AGL Community from May 17-19 hosted by Mercedes at the MBition site in Berlin Germany.  We are planning the first two days to be our  usual workshop format and Thursday to be a more informal hackathon session to make progress on Embedded World demos and the Needlefish release. 

Details about the workshop can be found on the wiki page.[1] and you can sign up there for in-person or virtual attendance. There is a limit of 30 in-person attendees and MBition requires proof of vaccination as well as a negative Covid test that can be taken on-site. If more than 30 people sign up to attend I will let you know how we will manage it.  Most likely we will divide the sessions into half-days with specific topics for those times. 

Finally a reminder that AGL Tech Day! is tomorrow. There is still time to register[2] using code AGLTECH22
 

Regards,
Walt


AGL Hybrid Workshop (In-Person and Virtual) scheduled May 17-19 in Berlin

Walt Miner
 

We are pleased to announce that we will finally hold an in-person Technical Workshop for the AGL Community from May 17-19 hosted by Mercedes at the MBition site in Berlin Germany.  We are planning the first two days to be our  usual workshop format and Thursday to be a more informal hackathon session to make progress on Embedded World demos and the Needlefish release. 

Details about the workshop can be found on the wiki page.[1] and you can sign up there for in-person or virtual attendance. There is a limit of 30 in-person attendees and MBition requires proof of vaccination as well as a negative Covid test that can be taken on-site. If more than 30 people sign up to attend I will let you know how we will manage it.  Most likely we will divide the sessions into half-days with specific topics for those times. 

Finally a reminder that AGL Tech Day! is tomorrow. There is still time to register[2] using code AGLTECH22
 

Regards,
Walt


AGL Welcomes Three New Members

Emily Olin
 

We are excited to officially welcome IndyKite, Marelli and Red Hat to the AGL Community as Bronze members. You can read the full announcement here.

If you'd like to help us spread the news, please consider resharing our posts on social media:

Thanks!


AGL Tech Day! coming up April 13

Emily Olin
 

Join us on April 13 for AGL Tech Day!, a one-day virtual event for AGL members to connect and discuss recent updates.
Registration and schedule are available at https://events.linuxfoundation.org/agl-linux-tech-day/


Live AGL Webinar on March 22

Emily Olin
 

Join us for a complimentary live webinar on March 22nd at 8:00 am PDT.  Details are below and you can register here.

Connected & Autonomous Vehicles Through Open Source Software

Automakers have become tech companies with the advent of connected and autonomous vehicles, but lengthy production cycles hinder them from innovating at the speed of the tech industry. In order to keep pace with new technology and emerging trends, many automakers have shifted from traditional development processes to agile, rapid development through open source software and Automotive Grade Linux (AGL). An open source project at the Linux Foundation, AGL unites the automotive and tech industries around shared software for all in-vehicle applications from infotainment to autonomous driving.

Dan Cauchy, Executive Director, AGL and Walt Miner, Community Manager, AGL will cover:

  • An overview of Automotive Grade Linux 
  • Production use cases including Toyota and Subaru
  • Project roadmap
  • How to get involved
Register at: https://linuxfoundation.org/webinars/accelerating-connected-autonomous-vehicles-through-open-source-software/ 


Re: AGL Virtual F2F Workshop planned for April 5 - 6

Walt Miner
 

One other note, we are planning a hybrid workshop with in-person attendance in Berlin for the week of May 15. I will have more details in the coming days, but if it is possible for you to attend an in-person workshop, please block off the week of May 15 to be in Berlin.  I really look forward to seeing everyone there. 

Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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On Tue, Mar 1, 2022 at 5:19 PM Walt Miner via lists.automotivelinux.org <wminer=linuxfoundation.org@...> wrote:
The next AGL Face-to-Face workshop will be held virtually on April 5-6, 2022 [1]. The meetings will start in the morning CEST and run for about six hours each day.  We will be working on a number of high priority topics that focu on finalizing the work plan for this year based on the roadmap developed by the Expert Groups, System Architecture Team and approved by the AGL Steering Committee.  Topics include:

a. Completing the new AGL App FW  architecture and design. 
b. Determining the best path forward for a new preferred AGL IPC to replace the WebSocket interface to binders that were required in the old App FW. 
c. Vehicle signalling and CAN interface design. 
d. Updates from the Instrument Cluster and IVI Expert Groups. 
e. Planning for the AGL Reference Applications to replace the existing Qt apps for CES 2023. 

Other topics will be added as we get closer to the workshop. Please contact me if there is something you would like to add to the agenda. The final agenda will be released one week before the meeting.  

If you plan to attend the workshop please add your name to the attendee list on the wiki page or contact me to let me know.

Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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AGL Virtual F2F Workshop planned for April 5 - 6

Walt Miner
 

The next AGL Face-to-Face workshop will be held virtually on April 5-6, 2022 [1]. The meetings will start in the morning CEST and run for about six hours each day.  We will be working on a number of high priority topics that focu on finalizing the work plan for this year based on the roadmap developed by the Expert Groups, System Architecture Team and approved by the AGL Steering Committee.  Topics include:

a. Completing the new AGL App FW  architecture and design. 
b. Determining the best path forward for a new preferred AGL IPC to replace the WebSocket interface to binders that were required in the old App FW. 
c. Vehicle signalling and CAN interface design. 
d. Updates from the Instrument Cluster and IVI Expert Groups. 
e. Planning for the AGL Reference Applications to replace the existing Qt apps for CES 2023. 

Other topics will be added as we get closer to the workshop. Please contact me if there is something you would like to add to the agenda. The final agenda will be released one week before the meeting.  

If you plan to attend the workshop please add your name to the attendee list on the wiki page or contact me to let me know.

Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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Re: Automotive Linux Summit CFP closes September 19

Walt Miner
 

Just a reminder that the deadline for submitting a CFP for Automotive Linux Summit is fast approaching.  Please submit your talk by September 19 for consideration at visit https://events.linuxfoundation.org/automotive-linux-summit/program/cfp/#overview-jp

Regards,
Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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On Wed, Sep 1, 2021 at 3:02 PM Walt Miner <wminer@...> wrote:
The Call For Presentations (CFP) for Automotive Linux Summit has been extended to September 19. The annual Automotive Linux Summit is the largest event dedicated to Linux in automobiles and is being held virtually on December 14-15, 2021.   I would really love to see everyone currently working on new and interesting AGL Applications demonstrate what they are working on. I will be working with the AGL expert groups to make sure they give updates on their roadmaps. Finally, anyone that would like to discuss or show off improvements to AGL that they are working on should apply to speak at the event. I am always amazed to see what things people are using AGL to do . 

If you have any questions about possible topics or talks you are thinking about giving, please contact me and we can discuss your ideas further. 


Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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AGL Virtual F2F Workshop planned for Oct 19-20

Walt Miner
 

The next AGL Face-to-Face workshop will be held virtually on October 19 and 20, 2021 [1]. The meetings will start in the morning CEST and run for about six hours each day.  We will be working on a number of high priority topics including

1) A deep dive of the Flutter code that Toyota plans to release before the workshop.
2) Architecture of the updates to the AGL Application Framework that will be released early next year in the Magic Marlin release. 
3) A final review of the IVI Production Readiness Spec before it is released by the IVI PR Expert Group. We really need input from OEM and Tier One members on this spec. 

Other topics will be added as we get closer to the workshop. Please contact me if there is something you would like to add to the agenda. The final agenda will be released one week before the meeting.  

If you plan to attend the workshop please add your name to the attendee list on the wiki page or contact me to let me know.

Regards,
Walt


Automotive Linux Summit CFP closes September 19

Walt Miner
 

The Call For Presentations (CFP) for Automotive Linux Summit has been extended to September 19. The annual Automotive Linux Summit is the largest event dedicated to Linux in automobiles and is being held virtually on December 14-15, 2021.   I would really love to see everyone currently working on new and interesting AGL Applications demonstrate what they are working on. I will be working with the AGL expert groups to make sure they give updates on their roadmaps. Finally, anyone that would like to discuss or show off improvements to AGL that they are working on should apply to speak at the event. I am always amazed to see what things people are using AGL to do . 

If you have any questions about possible topics or talks you are thinking about giving, please contact me and we can discuss your ideas further. 


Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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Welcoming New AGL Members

Emily Olin
 

We are excited to welcome aicas, AVL, and Citos to the AGL community! The announcement with additional details is available here. Thanks!
 


Webinar on Wednesday: AGL@Sea

Emily Olin
 

Our next webinar is happening Wednesday, December 16, at 8:00 am Pacific/5:00 pm CET. Fulup Le Foll from IoT.bzh will present AGL@Sea: a Marine Grade Linux. You can register for free here: https://www.automotivelinux.org/event/agl_sea/

Interested in participating in our Webinar program? Submit your presentation details for consideration: automotivelinux.org/webinar-application/.


Webinar Tomorrow: Getting Started with AGL using a Raspberry Pi

Emily Olin
 

Just a reminder that our next webinar is happening tomorrow, December 1, at 8:00 am Pacific/5:00 pm CET. Leon Anavi from Konsulko will show attendees how to get started with AGL using a Raspberry Pi.  Registration is free. 

We will also host a webinar by Fulup Le Foll from IoT.bzh on "AGL@Sea: a Marine Grade Linux" on December 16. 

More details about both webinars, along with the recording and slides from our last Webinar by Panasonic are available at automotivelinux.org/webinars.  

Interested in participating in our Webinar program? Submit your presentation details for consideration: automotivelinux.org/webinar-application/.


Re: Webinar: Device Virtualization Architecture, Panasonic - Nov. 12

Emily Olin
 

Don't forget to register for this free webinar tomorrow, November 12th at 2:00 PM Pacific (Friday, November 13 at 7:00 am Japan)! 
Registration link

We've also added a new webinar to the schedule:

AGL Member Webinar: Getting Started with AGL using a Raspberry Pi
Speaker: Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group
December 1 at 8:00 am PST/5:00 pm CET

Details at www.automotivelinux.org/event/raspberrypi/


Webinar: Device Virtualization Architecture, Panasonic - Nov. 12

Emily Olin
 

AGL Community:

We are very excited to kick-off a new webinar series that will feature presentations from AGL members on open source technologies, trends, product/project updates, tutorials, and more. 

Please register to join us for our first webinar on November 12th at 2:00 pm PT:
Device Virtualization Architecture in Automotive
Mizuyama Masashige, Automotive CTO, Panasonic
Thursday, November 12 at 2:00 PM Pacific 
(Friday, November 13 at 7:00 am Japan)

If you are an AGL member and would like to host a webinar about your open source technology, product roadmap, an AGL tutorial or how-to, please email me directly with your proposed topic. AGL Expert Groups are also invited to present on their work including new functionalities and future roadmaps.

Webinar topics should be comparable to what would be accepted for an All Member Meeting or an industry conference. Product pitches and promotional webinars will not be allowed.

Thank you!


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Emily Olin
Director of Marketing Communications
Automotive Grade Linux, Academy Software Foundation
The Linux Foundation
(281) 380-9661
Skype: emily.olin1


News: Five New AGL Members

Emily Olin
 

We are very excited to welcome L4B Software, Sibros, Sonatus, Telechips, and TotalCross Platform as new AGL members! The press release is posted here.
 
Please consider sharing our social media posts: 


Welcoming Three New AGL Members

Emily Olin
 

Hi all,

We are excited to announce three new AGL members today: MERA, Mocana, and Osaka NDS. You can read the press release here.

Please help us promote this news on social media:
Twitter: retweet us.
LinkedIn: share our post.
Facebook: share our post.

Hope everyone is staying healthy and well.

Thanks!
 

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