|Sent on:||Saturday, November 3, 2012 8:22 PM|
Two upcoming events of interest to industry professionals, independent developers and automotive hobbyists plus security and virtualization slides mentioned at GM-Android event:
The Connected Vehicle: An informal info session on technology, app development, and electrification at Ford
When: Tuesday, Nov. 13 6-8:30pm
Where: TechShop Menlo Park, www.techshop.com
What if there was a platform designed from the ground up to be open source and to give access
to the data in these vehicle systems? Ford Motor Company developed OpenXC, a research
platform to support software and hardware extensions for vehicles both new and old. In this
workshop we will introduce OpenXC and illustrate how to create applications and hardware
modules to extend the functionality of your car.
For more information on OpenXC visit: www.openxcplatform.com
For more information on Ford's new Focus Electric visit:
Pizza and drinks will be provided!
Qt Developer Days 2012
WHEN: December 5-7, 2012
WHERE: Santa Clara Marriott, 2700 Mission College Boulevard, Santa Clara, California
Qt Developer Days North America will offer: hands-on training days; keynotes from industry luminaries; technical tracks on the latest innovations; specialized workshops; demos of ground-breaking applications in the Qt-In-Use Showcase;
Qt experts staffing the Qt Support Center—bring your questions!
With eight training options and over 30 technical presentations by experts from the Qt community, there will be a wide range of both introductory and advanced topics—from Intro to Qt and Qt 5 to QML to Qt licensing and beyond. Whether you are new to Qt or already a Qt professional, Qt Developer Days offers the training, workshops, technical presentations and case studies for your specific needs.
"secure virtualization" for automotive: Iisko Lappalainen of MontaVista mentioned at GM Android meetup:
from Embedded Linux Conference 2011. P.K. Mishra of GM's slides will be available soon.