Matt Jones is the Senior Technical Specialist - Infotainment at Jaguar Land Rover & Vice President at GENIVI
Imagine directly participating in the development and engineering of the next generation of your favorite vehicle make and model. Imagine working with automotive companies outside the traditional supply chain. Imagine developing cool new applications that directly interact with in-vehicle systems. Imagine designing a sophisticated user interface for in-vehicle infotainment. Since the inception of the motor vehicle and throughout its history until today, modifying and improving their ride has inspired many enthusiasts and created a large ecosystem of suppliers, professional and hobby garages, car shows and much more. However, these efforts have been limited to aftermarket, mechanical and, to some extend, electrical modifications.
Join Matt Jones, Senior Technical Specialist at Jaguar Land Rover, as he discusses a new era of automotive history. By opening up the software design process for in-vehicle infotainment and inviting developers and engineers around the globe to participate and collaborate in automotive open source projects, the whole automotive community is going to mark another milestone. In his keynote Matt will outline how Automotive Grade Linux and making source code, ready-to-run system images, documentation and more will enable a era of broad collaboration that extends much beyond the automotive industry itself and traditional market research.
Toshiro Muramatsu started to work for NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. in 1991 as a research engineer of Nissan Research Center. Since then, Toshiro Muramatsu has researched collision avoidance radar sensors, in-vehicle multimedia systems, advanced concept on Electric Vehicles, advanced service on Japanese digital radio, Telematics platform and its services. During this career, Toshiro had been dispatched to the US two times, at California for one yearsince September 2000 and at Michigan for three years since July 2006. Since November 2011, Toshiro Muramatsu has been Chief Service Architect of Vehicle Information Technology Division, responsible for vehicle IT service architecture planning and implementation for global market. InApril 2013, Toshiro became the Chief Service Specialist of Vehicle IT Division.
Since AM radio came into the car, in-vehicle entertainment and infotainment has grown up continuously. In early stage, vehicle industry had brought in consumer entertainment electronics, such as radio, music cassette, CD player,TV and so on. Two epoch making infotainment systems were born in the car,such as navigation system and Telematics. And now, both entertainment and infotainment systems have full of functionalities. In addition to those embedded systems, smartphone has brought in another way of infotainment. It’s a new paradigm, on the other hand, development volume and complexity of systems are getting bigger and bigger. This keynote expresses what automotive industry has challenged to, what items should be considered to provide such a complex systems, how we should challenge to new paradigm.
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Zemlin’s career spans three of the largest technology trends to rise over the last decade: mobile computing, cloud computing and open source software. Today, as executive director of The Linux Foundation, he uses this experience to accelerate the adoption of Linux and support the future of computing.
Zemlin’s career took root at Western Wireless, which had a successful IPO and was later acquired by Deutsche Telekom and renamed T-Mobile USA. He was also a member of the founding management team of Corio, a leading enterprise application service provider that had a successful IPO in July 2000. Other posts have included vice president of marketing at Covalent Technologies and executive director at Free Standards Group.
In his leadership role today at The Linux Foundation, Zemlin works with the world’s largest technology companies, including IBM, Intel, Google, Samsung, Qualcomm, and others to help define the future of computing on the server, in the cloud and on a variety of new mobile computing devices. His work at the vendor-neutral Linux Foundation gives him a unique and aggregate perspective on the global technology industry.
Zemlin has been recognized as a top Linux and open source blogger and is widely quoted in the press on Linux and the changing economics of the technology industry. His writing has appeared in Businessweek, Wired, and other top technology journals. He is a regular keynote speaker at industry events such as the Atlantic Big Science Summit, OSCON, LinuxCon, Gartner Group Forums, and TEDx, among others. Zemlin advises a variety of startups, including Splashtop, and sits on the boards of the Global Economic Symposium, Open Source For America and Chinese Open Source Promotion Union. Read Zemlin's weblog.
Hear from Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin as he talks about the progress made in Automotive Linux and what to expect in 2013.