Automotive Linux Summit 2016
NTT DATA MSE has implemented connectivity functionality (Miracast) onto IVI platform provided by Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), which is workgroup of Linux Foundation and realized the demonstration environment work on Renesas Electronics' R-Car M2 Application Development Board. The R-Car M2 system-on-chip (SoC) supports high-definition navigation, real-time voice control and other advanced features to provide enhanced connected user experiences within the car.
This environment was showcased as "Realization of connectivity functions(Miracast) onto AGL" at NTT DATA MSE's booth during the Automotive Linux Summit 2016 (ALS 2016) to be held at Chinzan-so Conference Center in Tokyo, Japan starting on July 13th, 2016.
we introduced business solutions which can apply to both of mobile device and in-car device, and which had learned through recent in-car device development.
Title Automotive Linux Summit 2016
Promoter The Linux Foundation
Date July 13th (Wed.) through July 14th, 2016
※July 12th (Tue.) 2016：AGL Advisory Board Meeting
Location Chinzan-so Conference Center, Tokyo, Japan
Sponsors 16 Companies
Participants approximately 350 participants
URL Linux Foundation
Automotive Linux Summit official site
Realization of connectivity functions(Miracast) onto AGL
Mirror smart phone's screen to display via R-Car M2 Application Development Board using Miracast functionality, and replay contents stored in smart phone and stream them to display and speakers.
'Really' Useful Solutions in Embedded Linux/OSS-based IVI System Development
NTT DATA MSE has a lot of experience of Linux-based embedded system development for mobile devices, and will introduce both case examples of skill/know-how utilization in IVI development and learned through recent in-car device development.
NTT DATA MSE will contribute to drive AGL commercialization forward through function extension or customization of IVI platform.
When we opened our company's exhibition booth it received about 140 visitors, and about 60 visitors came to see our address.
We would like to share with you some of the valuable opinions we received from these visitors.
- It's cool. Very very nice!
- It has low latency and operates extremely smoothly.
- It is good that you can display the contents of the smart phone you are using every day.
- We are developing a Wi-Fi circuit board that supports AGL reference boards, and it was a good reference as to what kinds of usage scenarios there actually are.
- They have cleared the playback of video/audio that can't be solved with AGL standard software, which was informative.