Joel Clark, Tizen IVI program manager, Open Source Technology Center of Intel Corporation
Building upon the legacy of MeeGo for In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI), the Tizen IVI project was recently launched. Tizen IVI is a open project providing a Linux based distribution for Automotive platform, middleware, and application developers. Tizen IVI offers flexibility for developer who chose to utilize various UI and application development frameworks including Wayland or X11, and QT, GTK, Clutter, EFL, or HTML, as well as the components required to create a product compliant with the GENIVI automotive industry alliance specifications.
Joel Clark is the Tizen IVI program manager and previously worked in the Linux Foundation MeeGo IVI working group as the IVI project manager. He has worked on Unix and Linux systems software since the days of the Motorola 68000 and Intel 8086, developing systems solutions for mini-computers, workstations, pc, servers, Carrier grade systems, and 8000 processor parallel supercomputers. Joel has work in the Intel Open Source Technology Center on automotive solutions since 2008.
More info about Tizen-IVI at the free Developer Conference in San Francisco on May 9: