You're Invited: Design the Future of Automotive Infotainment

May 7, 2013
Companies such as Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota, Nissan and more are defining the future of cars with automotive Linux. By using Linux and open source they can crowdsource this effort and collaborate to accelerate technology innovation. They're inviting you to design the future of automotive infotainment with a new contest. The first place winner as well as the two runners up in each category will receive a tablet computer valued at $450. In addition to that the first place winner will get the opportunity to collaborate with Jaguar Land Rover and Automotive Grade Linux on a proof-of-concept. First place winners and runners up do not have to be present at the announcement on May 28, 2013 to receive their prize. More information here: http://automotive.linuxfoundation.org/2013-agl-user-experience-contest
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