Tizen IVI provides a software distribution for innovating solutions optimized for a broad set of automotive applications ranging from Instrumentation Cluster to In-Vehicle-Infotainment (IVI) and more. This webinar is a technical hands-on session to guide the listener through all the steps on how to utilize the Tizen build infrastructure to modify or add packages to Tizen IVI. The session covers in detail the relevant Tizen platform tools and how to use them. Concrete examples for each tool are given. At the end of the webinar, the listener will know how to do platform development with Tizen IVI and how to contribute to the project.
Mikko Ylinen is the Tizen IVI architect responsible for the IVI OS architecture. His daily activities include technical leadership of the Tizen IVI platform development. He has been working with embedded Linux platforms since early 2000 (including Maemo and MeeGo). His areas of interest include automotive, system architecture and system design, kernel hacking, and embedded hardware.
Ossama Othman is a Senior Software Engineer at Intel. He is the Tizen IVI Media & Graphics lead developer. Ossama has extensive C++, design pattern, operating system and distributed object computing experience, including DDS, CORBA, sockets level network programming and multi-threaded application development. His daily tasks entail Wayland and Weston enabling Tizen IVI.
Rudolf Streif – Director of Embedded Solutions – Linux Foundation