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Wednesday, October 12 • 15:00 - 15:50
Automotive Collaboration: What's Really Going On? Has Something Improved During the Last Year? - Paul Sherwood, Codethink Ltd

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Over the last few years there's been a growing realisation that developing and maintaining automotive software over the long term is a truly hard problem. Dramatic increases in the amount of in-vehicle code complexity, along with integration of more and more functionality - these factors are driving the industry to collaborate, open up proprietary ip for re-use and build on established FOSS solutions.

Following last year's panel at ELCE, this edition aims to look at what has changed/improved 'on the ground' in this new collaborative environment during the last year. Again, the aim will be to involve actual engineers in the discussion, so participants can get an understanding of how well the various initiatives are playing out for community members in OEMs, Tier1s, Software Vendors and System Integrators.

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Paul Sherwood

CEO, Codethink
Paul Sherwood is Chairman of Codethink, which provides advanced software engineering primarily for FOSS, embedded systems, automotive systems and cloud infrastructure. Paul has an MA in Engineering from Oxford University. He developed his first commercial software in 1981, founded Teleca in 1992, wrote the Software Commandments in 1996, and has consulted at telcos, OEMs and service providers. He is currently leading GENIVI's Tools Team, and has... Read More →


Wednesday October 12, 2016 15:00 - 15:50
Hall Berlin A - Ground Level
  • Experience Level Any