|Friday, April 13, 2018|
|9:00am to 5:30pm|
|"Software Governance and Automobiles: Building the Open Road"|
|+ Eben Moglen, SFLC/CLS & Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical Ltd.:|
|+ Automated Software Governance and Copyleft in Cars|
|+ Daniel Patnaik, Audi:|
|+ Security, TiVo-ization, and FOSS Licenses: an Industry View|
|+ Nicholas McGuire, Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL e.G.), Safety Critical Linux Working Group:|
|+ Systems Engineering and the Sins of Software|
|+ Jeremiah Foster, Community Manager, GENIVI Alliance, Open Source Technologist, Luxoft:|
|+ Industry Transformation: From Metal-Benders to Software Companies|
|+ Alistair Adams, Qt: Automotive Adoption and Governance of FOSS:|
|+ Qt's Challenges and Experience|
|+ Leilani H Gilpin, Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:|
|+ Self-Explanation and Self-Driving: How to Make Autonomous Vehicles Tell Us How They Work|
OpenTech was founded in 2003 by Nicholas Mc Guire who was already back then by many considered to be one of the leading experts in the world of real-time GNU/Linux variants and embedded systems running GNU/Linux.
This expertise in real-time and embedded systems is still the foundation for OpenTechs work and has over the years been developed into a specialization on safety-critical systems. This specialization was achieved by successfully conducting a number of projects with a safety critical context in a variety of industrial domains. This combination makes OpenTech an expert in the use of FLOSS software in safety critical systems.
OpenTech employees have broad experience of teaching, including trainings and workshops at companies as well courses on a university level.
OpenTech is a member of the OSADL!