Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting Summer

FAQ

What’s Changed

What is the format of Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting (AGL AMM) Summer 2020 and when will it take place?

Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting Summer 2020 is becoming a virtual experience this year in light of the COVID-19 situation and will take place online this July 15 – 16. All session times are in Central European Summer Time (CEST), UTC +2. This virtual event will continue to deliver the same content you would have received in-person (keynotes, breakout sessions, as well as an interactive attendee collaboration and networking tools and much more).

What are the benefits of attending the virtual AGL AMM Summer 2020?

Receive the same benefits you would have had at the face-to-face event, but access these from the comfort, safety, and convenience of your home via computer, tablet or phone – all you need is the internet and a web browser.

What is the cost for the new virtual format of AGL AMM Summer 2020 and how do I register?

Registration is complimentary for members and invited guests. Register Now!

Why was the physical event in Berlin, Germany, canceled?

Like many others, we have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and taking guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities and government agencies. We have decided to transition to a virtual experience, rather than a physical event in Berlin because the health and safety of our attendees is our top priority, and we didn’t feel it was safe to gather attendees from across the globe at an in-person event just yet.


General

Questions? Please email the AGL events team at events@automotivelinux.org. For PR and Marketing inquiries, please contact pr@automotivelinux.org.

Will the content be different in a virtual experience setting?

No! All of the sessions and content you would have had access to at a physical event will be included in the virtual event. While some of our onsite experiences aside from content, unfortunately, can’t be replicated online, we’re working on putting together alternate experiences that can, which will help provide attendees a fully immersive event experience. Stay tuned for more details! 

How will the virtual sessions work?

Sessions will take place at scheduled times just as they would at a face-to-face event. Speakers will be available for a live Q&A. 

I attend AGL AMM mainly for networking. How is that possible in a virtual event?

We know how invaluable face-to-face networking is at events and we purposefully chose a virtual event platform that we felt most closely replicated the real-world capabilities for attendee networking at an event. Attendees will be able to connect with speakers and engage with other attendees in group or 1:1 chats.

What timezone will AGL AMM 2020 be live in?

All session times are in Central European Summer Time (CEST), UTC +2.

How will the Event Code of Conduct be enforced in a virtual environment?

All participants must abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct in virtual events just as they would at physical ones. We will be monitoring language and images throughout the platform to ensure there are no violations of the CoC, and quickly handle any that we might find. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns relating to harassment, please contact a member of the conference staff immediately through the Information desk in the event platform, or email the Event Manager, Deb Giles, at dgiles@linuxfoundation.org.