Automotive Grade Linux Welcomes CloudBees, Crave.io, FPT Software, and Github to Advance Technology Development for In-Car Technology

May 8, 2019 Laura Dolan

SAN FRANCISCO. Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) declared that CloudBees, Crave.io, FPT Software, and Github have joined AGL in an effort to consolidate a shared software platform for all technology in the vehicle, from infotainment to autonomous driving.

“As we dive into the second quarter of this year, we are thrilled to see our community grow and flourish,” said the Linux Foundation’s Executive Director of Automotive Grade Linux, Dan Cauchy. “The traction we are experiencing can be seen through new members as well as the growing number of AGL-based products and services coming to market. We are happy to welcome our new members and look forward to leveraging their expertise as we continue to build out new features and functionalities on the AGL platform.”

“CloudBees is excited to support the development and adoption of the ‘connected car’ as members of the Automotive Grade Linux open source project under the Linux Foundation,” said CloudBees’ VP of Technology Strategy, Anders Wallgren. “Bringing continuous software delivery management expertise for build and test optimization will help the automotive industry – now highly predicated on rapid innovation – to accelerate time to market of new technologies by eliminating wait times for build and test cycles.”

“FPT’s mission is to offer comprehensive automotive services and solutions that facilitate the use of infotainment, telematics and autonomous driving,” said FPT Software’s Director of Automotive and Manufacturing, Nguyen Duc Kinh. “We yearn to collaborate and contribute to the world’s largest open collaboration communities to jointly develop the next-gen technologies of Connected Car.”

Learn more at www.automotivelinux.org.  

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