Dozens of Global Businesses Contribute Code and Resources to Provide the Industry's First Fully Open Automotive Platform

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Automotive Grade Linux, or AGLtoday announced that Eureka Inc., Mcloudware, Microchip, Moscow Design Bureau and Wind River are joining The Linux Foundation and AGL to advance the creation of an open source reference platform to help the industry rapidly innovate and build the cars of the future. AGL is a community of developers working across company lines to develop a common and open automotive platform that OEMs and suppliers can utilize and customize for their needs. It builds on top of Tizen IVI and adds key applications developed in HTML5 and JavaScript into a single open source reference platform. AGL code, Design Requirements Documents and more are all available on the AGL wiki to give anyone the background and tools needed to use the software and start contributing to the project. Read the full press release here.

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