Shorten Device Boot time for Automotive IVI and Navigation Systems - Jim Huang, 0xlab
Android have taken the smartphone and tablet markets, along with the ease of application development and the diverse availability of third party applications, which made it a unique choice for various markets, including Automotive IVI and navigation systems. However, Android (and some customized Linux based system) takes relatively long time to boot up the system. This session is expected to propose a new approach of the mixture of ARM hibernation (suspend to disk) and Linux user-space checkpointing to shorten device boot time, which is known to be one of the key factors for Automotive IVI adoption.
Chief Technology Officer, South Star Xelerator
Jim leads the engineering team of South Star Xelerator (SSX), building open source based commercial solutions for information infrastructure and robotics. After involved in AOSP (Android Open Source Project, Jim specialises in real-time and virtualization to bring Linux based robots to fit for the industrial requirements. He is the co-founder of LXDE project, a lightwight desktop environment widely used in embedded devices such as Raspbery Pi.
Tuesday May 28, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
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