Open Source Automotive Development
Subtopic slides (20 min):
The Existing, Broken Model
The Upcoming, OS Approach
What do You Need to Create Car Apps?
Automaker “portal” Support
Creating an “OS” Automotive App in ten minutes
Jeff Payne: Over the past 20 years, Jeff has directed systems design, operations, software and hardware development for a series of notable companies. At Spry in 1993, he helped conceive and develop the one of the first integrated Internet software products for consumers, O’Reilly’s Internet-In-a-Box. In 1996, he created the first global-scale Content Delivery Network (CDN) for multimedia, RealNetworks’ Real Broadcast Network (RBN). As co-founder of Bivio Networks in 2001, he helped create a new product category found in almost every large network today, the field-programmable packet-editing appliance. He then founded GridNetworks in 2005 and drove it to a merger in 2009 before creating OpenCar in 2011. His most recent endeavor is OpenCar, which he founded in 2011 to provide software and services for a new and highly specialized category of Internet-connected device, the modern automobile.
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