eWeek: Automotive Grade Linux Hits the Road
With the first release of Automotive Grade Linux, Linux isn't just for servers, supercomputers and phones anymore.
The first release of Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is out today, providing car vendors with an open-source platform on which to embed applications and features. AGL officially started in September 2012 as a collaboration project operated by the Linux Foundation and currently has 32 members, including Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai, Jaguar and Intel, on its roster.
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