Towards a common standard for device virtualization in the cockpit of the future
More and more automotive stakeholders are implementing hypervisor technology to consolidate the modern car’s increasing functionality. This approach makes the development process more efficient and leads to reduced costs and a faster time-to-market.
This way, decoupling of hardware and software is a gaining topic in the automotive industry. Software-defined architectures based on standardized drives open up new options in multiple and flexible ways. The use of open standards, such as VIRTIO, reinforces this effect because it enables the movement of guest operating systems among different hypervisors to re-use software platforms on changing hardware systems from multiple vendors.
In this free, 60-minute webinar, OpenSynergy’s Tero Antero Salminen and Isaac Trefz discuss how the automotive industry should abandon proprietary solutions, and instead embrace open standards and compete on their implementation quality.
Check out our webinar from January 20th.