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Monday September 16, 2024 14:15 - 14:55 CEST
The increasing computation power of embedded CPUs has revolutionized industries such as Automotive, Aerospace, or Industrial by enabling centralized and enhanced use cases, software-defined functionalities, and increased automation. The challenges of this increased complexity are often addressed by incorporating Open Source Software, particularly Linux, virtualization and RTOS. As these industries are heavily regulated by quality and safety-integrity standards, the certification of these highly complex systems becomes crucial.

Starting from the similarities and overlaps in system architecture design across use cases, this talk will explore the demands imposed by safety integrity standards in various industries. To develop these systems and adhere to required processes, the integration of tools and a high degree of automation is essential.

The authors show how Open Source projects bridge the gap between open source and safety-criticality, introducing tools and processes, and showcasing collaborative efforts in creating reproducible example system architectures. These systems can serve as a foundation for companies and projects adopting Open Source in safety-critical applications.
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Philipp Ahmann

Sr. OSS Community Manager, Etas GmbH (BOSCH)
Philipp Ahmann is an experienced senior OSS community manager at Etas GmbH (BOSCH) specializing in safety and automotive grade open source stacks for software defined vehicles. He holds the position of technical steering committee chair for the Linux Foundation ELISA project to Enable... Read More →
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Olivier Charrier

Principal Technologist - Functional Safety, Wind River
Olivier Charrier obtained a Master’s degree in Software Engineering (DESS) from Bordeaux University in 1989.After working for Alsys/Aonix on Ada development environment for embedded systems, Olivier joined Wind River in June 2001 where his focus is to help Wind River's customers... Read More →
Monday September 16, 2024 14:15 - 14:55 CEST
Room 0.96-0.97 (Level 0)

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