Automotive Grade Linux Announces IndyKite, Marelli and Red Hat as New Members

San Francisco, April 6, 2022 — Automotive-Grade Linux (AGL), a cross-industry collaboration to develop an open source platform for all connected car technologies, announces IndyKite, Marelli, and Red Hat as new bronze members. Did.

Dan Cauchy, Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux at the Linux Foundation, said: “We are delighted to welcome the latest members to the AGL community and look forward to working with them as we continue to develop and improve the AGL platform.”

AGL is an open source project of the Linux Foundation that brings together automakers, vendors and technology companies to develop and adopt a fully open and shared software platform for all vehicles, powertrains and vehicle technologies. Accelerate. From infotainment to autonomous driving.

Supported by more than 150 members, including 10 automakers, AGL Unified Codebase (UCB) is a shared software platform that serves as the de facto industry standard for infotainment, telematics, and dashboard applications. By sharing a single industry software platform, you can reduce fragmentation and reduce fragmentation by driving the growth of a global ecosystem of developers and application providers who can build a product once and make it work with multiple automakers. Reduces time to market.

Quote from new members:

IndyKite
“IndyKite is building the Web3.0 identity layer with products that securely manage human, IoT, and machine identities. IndyKite’s identity platform, built on open source standards, is an identity platform for IndyKite. Leveraging machine learning and data graphs to provide contextual authentication, dynamic policy making, computer vision, and industry-leading security based on knowledge graph data models, “Lasse Andresen, founder and CEO of IndyKite. Says. .. “We are pleased to be able to join AGL, connect with and collaborate with the community to build identity services for the next generation of automotive and transportation software solutions.”

Marelli
“MARELLI is one of the world’s leading independent suppliers to the automotive industry. Our mission is to work with our customers and partners to create a safer, more environmentally friendly and more connected world. It’s about transforming the future of mobility, “said Yannick Hoyau, CTO of Electronic Systems at Marelli Corporation. “One of the ways to achieve our mission is to work together to upgrade different automotive systems. Operating systems are becoming more and more important for vehicles to manage complex vehicle systems. Under these circumstances, we believe that AGL will become one of the standard operating systems in the automotive industry in the near future. Manietti’s extensive expertise and experience in the automotive industry will contribute to the future development of AGL. I am confident that it will definitely contribute.

Red Hat
“Red Hat looks forward to working with AGL to bring Linux-based open source expertise to the automotive software ecosystem,” said Francis Chow, vice president of Red Hat embedded operating systems. “As a community, if we aim to provide a safe, reliable and flexible foundation for software-defined vehicles, automakers can focus on open innovation and redefine their customers’ driving experiences.”

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About Automotive Grade Linux (AGL)

Automotive Grade Linux is a joint open source project that brings together automakers, suppliers and technology companies to accelerate the development and adoption of a fully open software stack for connected cars. With Linux at its core, AGL develops from scratch an open platform that can act as the de facto industry standard that enables rapid development of new features and technologies. Initially focused on in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), AGL will support all vehicle software including dashboards, heads-up displays, telematics, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and autonomous driving. Is the only organization planning. The AGL platform is accessible to anyone and anyone can participate in its development. Automotive Grade Linux is hosted by the Linux Foundation. For more information, please visit automotivelinux.org.

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