Monday, November 28, 2011 · Pacifico Yokohama · Yokohama, Japan
The Linux Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Automotive Linux Summit (ALS). ALS is event specifically for the automotive industry and the growing cross-industry ecosystem for future mobility solutions.
The Automotive Linux Summit is the premier vendor-neutral business and technical conference for companies and developers using or looking to use Linux and open-source technologies in automotive applications ranging from in-vehicle on-board system to cloud solutions for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications.
ALS is the event where automotive expertise meets open-source excellence talking and collaborating on solutions meeting the challenges of tomorrow’s vehicular applications, traffic and mobility management solutions. For those who are developing embedded and/or infrastructure systems for the automotive industry and looking how they can leverage the power and flexibility of Linux and open-source to jump-start their product development ALS will be the one-stop source for business-oriented, technical and legal information.
Ultimately, ALS will bring together the key players and industry excellence to create a momentum for new opportunities through open innovation.
Who Should Attend:
Senior Business Executives, Software Developers, Consumer Electronics Specialists, Telematics Experts, Network and Infrastructure Professionals, Students, Media and anyone else with an interest in an automotive ecosystem built on Linux and open-source.