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Hope to see you at the AGL booth at CES

Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is a collaborative open source project accelerating development of a fully open software platform for automotive applications. At CES 2020, AGL will be highlighting both members and the broader AGL ecosystem, demonstrating connected car services, audio innovations, instrument cluster applications, security solutions and more, all running on the AGL open source software platform.

Again this year, Konsulko Group will be supporting the AGL booth at CES [Westgate (Tech East) Smart Cities, booth 1815]. Come see us during the show or at the AGL Evening Reception on Wednesday, January 8 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

Don’t miss the AGL All Member Meeting

The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) All Member Meeting brings the AGL community together to collaborate, learn about the latest developments and share best practices. What better place to drive rapid innovation than Monte Carlo, the home of the Circuit de Monaco. AGL members who have not already done so can register here. Konsulko Group is looking forward to seeing you there for a great AMM.

See you at CES

Automotive Grade Linux is bringing together automakers, suppliers and technology companies to accelerate the development and adoption of a fully open software stack for all technology in the vehicle, from infotainment to autonomous driving.

At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, January 8-11, Konsulko Group is helping support the AGL Booth in the Westgate Hotel Pavilion, booth 1614.

If you are visiting CES, please stop by to see a demo of the award-winning AGL Unified Code Base (UCB), an open source software platform for infotainment, telematics and instrument cluster applications, along with demos from more than 15 AGL members.

The Year in Review

2018 has been a very important year for Konsulko Group.

We are privileged to work with outstanding customers, helping them build the software for exciting and essential devices and vehicles. From Level 5 autonomous taxis and open source automotive platforms to innovative consumer devices, from lifesaving medical devices and advanced robotic surgery tools to the high-end networking equipment that powers the Internet, these are all products that impact and even shape our lives, now and into the future.

In addition to our commercial activity, we continued our community work in key open source projects, including the Linux kernel, Yocto Project, OpenEmbedded and Automotive Grade Linux, and participated at open source conferences around the world, like FOSDEM, ELC/ELCE, FOSSASIA, TuxCon and OpenFest.

We accelerated our work with Automotive Grade Linux and the Linux Foundation, supporting AGL development, demos and member meetings in North America, Europe and Japan, as well as presenting multiple technical talks at all four Embedded Linux Conferences, developing the AGL Deep Dive workshop and providing expert training, both as a Linux Foundation Authorized Training Partner and via the Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer program found at leading conferences (e-ale.org).

Finally, we continued to grow our company, welcoming new engineers, increasing the size of our European development center in Bulgaria and opening a new branch in Sweden.

Hopefully, 2018 has been merely a prelude to great things coming in 2019. We look forward to working with all of you in the coming year.

2 new articles help engineers new to Automotive Grade Linux

Konsulko Group’s Leon Anavi has made a couple of recent contributions to the Automotive Linux (AGL) wiki:
* ConnMan (how to use the cli tool to connect to a network)
* Media Browser and Player (playing songs from a USB stick)

We hope that this technical information will help beginners to get started easier and faster with AGL. We encourage you to participate in the AGL wiki. Feel free to update and improve either or both articles.

See you at the Automotive Linux Summit in Tokyo

Automotive Linux Summit connects the developer community driving the innovation in automotive Linux together with the vendors and users providing and using the code in order to drive the future of embedded devices in the automotive arena. Once again this year, ALS will gather over 1,000 attendees from global companies leading and accelerating the development and adoption of a fully open software stack for the connected car.

Konsulko Group works closely with Automotive Grade Linux to support AGL development, releases and demos. If you are in Tokyo at ALS, please be sure to say hello to Scott Murray and Matt Ranostay from Konsulko, and don’t forget to congratulate AGL Executive Director Dan Cauchy as an ECD Top Embedded Innovator of 2018!

Konsulko joins Developer Panel Keynote at AGL AMM in Tokyo

At the Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting at the Hilton Tokyo, Scott Murray, Konsulko Group Senior Staff Software Engineer, will bring his 20+ years experience developing with Linux, plus expertise building custom distributions with OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project, to the Developer Panel Keynote on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 11:10am – 11:50am. It promises to be a lively and informative discussion among some of the top engineers working with AGL. If you are planning to attend the AMM, don’t miss this session. We hope to see you in Tokyo!

Konsulko Group sponsors AGL All Member Meeting in Dresden

Want to talk open source development with some of the top Embedded Linux engineers in Automotive? The Konsulko Group is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of the semi-annual Automotive Grade Linux All Member Meeting to be held in Dresden, Germany, October 18 & 19, 2017. Join us at our Demo Showcase on Wednesday evening, at Matt Porter and Scott Murray’s talk on Thursday, 13:55 to 14:45, and throughout the conference to learn about our work with API bindings and other FOSS technologies that are critical to AGL’s success. If you are an AGL member, you may sign up for the meeting at http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/agl-member-meeting-fall/attend/register.
We look forward seeing you in Dresden!

Leon Anavi of Konsulko Group Honored by GENIVI Alliance

Leon Anavi of Konsulko Group Honored by GENIVI Alliance

Awarded “Most Valuable Contributor” at All Member Meeting

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Oct. 18, 2016 – Leon Anavi, senior software engineer at Konsulko Group today received a Most Valuable Contributor (MVC) award at the GENIVI All Member Meeting and Open Community Days in Burlingame, Calif.

GENIVI® is a nonprofit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of open source, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) software and providing open technology for the connected car. The alliance provides its members with a global networking community of more than 140 companies, joining connected car stakeholders with world-class developers in a collaborative environment, resulting in free, open source middleware.

The GENIVI MVC award is given to individuals for significant contributions to the work of the alliance. Anavi was nominated by the members of the GENIVI Development Platform (GDP) team for his excellent work on GDP enhancements.

Anavi is an Open Source Software enthusiast and spent more than eight years working on core telephony solutions and mobile applications for mobile network operators before joining Konsulko Group in February 2015. Since then, his focus has been Linux for automotive and upstream contribution to GDP, Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), and the Tizen project.

Learn more at www.konsulko.com.

About Konsulko Group

An experienced leader in community and commercial development, Konsulko Group helps companies around the world build successful products with embedded Linux and open source software, offering consulting, capability, product engineering and support at every stage of every engagement. The Konsulko Group is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.

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