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Linux For Automotive Highlights Open Source And Software Defined Vehicle

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Open source connected car apps will be displayed by Amazon Web Services (AWS), EPAM, Igalia, Panasonic, Renesas, and VNC Automotive in the AGL booth.

AGL, an industry-wide initiative creating an open source platform for all connected automotive technologies, will exhibit at CES 2023 at the West Hall Booth #4141 of the Las Vegas Convention Center from January 5–8, 2023.

AGL will present infotainment and instrument cluster technology that the AGL community created collectively. Amazon Web Services (AWS), EPAM, Igalia, Panasonic, Renesas, and VNC Automotive are further open source automotive demos. During CES display hours and the AGL Evening Reception & Demo Showcase, the public may visit the AGL booth.

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The Linux Foundation is home to the open source AGL project, which is revolutionising the way software is created by the automotive industry. In order to create a platform that may act as the de facto industry standard for infotainment, telematics, and instrument cluster applications, more than 150 members, including 10 automakers, are cooperating. Sharing an open platform enables developers and suppliers to write once and have a product work for other automakers, allowing for code reuse and a more effective development process.

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