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Wednesday, February 8

1:00pm JST

Software Defined Car - Mikko Hurskainen, Link Motion Ltd
Software is increasingly driving new feature introduction and cost-efficiency improvement in new cars. Computing architectures are still very distributed and hardware oriented. AGL has been advocating consolidation of multiple ECUs into one. Consolidation will lay basics for software defined car, and the roadmap presented in ALS 2016 is the agenda for that.

We would like to present our ideas for distributed architectures in future cars. Consolidation is a trend that can continue in the IVI/IC head-unit, and also go in parallel with other areas. In some areas, such as connectivity and body / engine control, it makes sense to implement sensors and actuators nearby the computer. Consolidation in parallel areas calls for solutions for distributed software development. AUTOSAR has previously attempted this, but Linux can be better equipped to tackle the challenge as seen in device design.

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Mikko Hurskainen

Technologist, Link Motion Ltd
Mikko Hurskainen is currently Technologist in Link Motion Ltd focused on making connected cars secure and safe. He has held various technical leadership positions in Suunto, Nomovok, Notava and Nokia. He is currently based in Finland and has Master of Science degree from Tampere University... Read More →

Wednesday February 8, 2017 1:00pm - 1:50pm JST
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4:10pm JST

Vehicle Personalization Just the Beginning for Identity - Lasse Andersen, ForgeRock
The new mobility paradigm requires a bidirectional, secure, and privacy-supporting connection to multiple cloud ecosystems. A comprehensive digital identity service fills a major piece of this critical security, privacy and user experience gap for both vehicle owners/drivers and the vehicle itself. The timing is right, and AGL is well positioned to integrate identity and privacy at all necessary layers in order to support these fast-approaching mobility use cases, such as vehicle sharing, autonomous driving, vehicle-to-Infrastructure, in-vehicle commerce, and so much more. This includes the ability to securely on-board and establish trust in vehicle identities for V2V and V2X use cases. Join ForgeRock Founder and CTO, to hear his vision for an Identity-enabled AGL, and his proposal for a new Vehicle-to-Cloud expert group.

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Lasse Anderson

CTO, ForgeARock

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Wednesday February 8, 2017 4:10pm - 5:00pm JST

5:10pm JST

Digital Identity as a Business Differentiator - Ashley Stevenson, ForgeRock
Imagine using your phone without the context of your identity and that's essentially the state of today's connected car. Can you logon to a web site or app and set your language preferences, favorite GPS destinations, infotainment screen layout, or payment card information for any of your cars? Not so much. Can you save your seat, radio and other personal settings to the cloud from one car and later pull them into a different car - even if it's one you don't own? Don't think so. Can you share your car with a friend, family member, or as part of a car sharing service, and enforce what each one can do with your car based on their authenticated identity? Not yet. But AGL can change all of this with a little help from digital Identity. Join this talk to learn about the ForgeRock Identity Binder prototype, and how digital identity can be a competitive differentiator for both OEMs and AGL.

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Ashley Stevenson

Senior Director, Applied Innovation, ForgeRock
Ashley Stevenson is a recognized leader and communicator in the digital identity, credential and access management (ICAM) space, with extensive experience in US Federal ICAM architecture and implementation. Ashley drives Identity Relationship Management technology integration for... Read More →

Wednesday February 8, 2017 5:10pm - 6:00pm JST
Thursday, February 9

2:00pm JST

Rapid Innovation With The OTA-Enabled AGL Reference Platform - Hideo Yamashita, ATS Advanced Telematic Systems
In 2015, ATS started work on a completely open source OTA update system as part of their work in GENIVI. Since that time ATS has developed the software into a fully-functional, production-ready end-to-end system that is already being deployed and evaluated in multiple organisations. Today, ATS's OTA software is integrated as a platform component in both AGL and GENIVI, and in this talk we will highlight the progress made in the last six months to integrate OSTree support into the platform. We will also explain how the deep integration of OTA into developer workflows can increase the pace of development, and how OTA can be used to showcase innovations between AGL members.

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Hideo Yamashita

Senior Business Development Manager, Over-the-air Software Management, HERE Technologies

Thursday February 9, 2017 2:00pm - 2:15pm JST