The car is a rolling sensor platform. A half dozen automakers are building open source Internet of Things MQTT protocol into their next generation connected car for "always on" connection to the cloud for real-time big-data using that sensor data, vehicle-to-vehicle safety, predictive maintenance, and remote control from mobiles. Others are working with LF's AllSeen AllJoyn to IoT proximal peer-to-peer to enable the car for connected home and consumer electronics. In this presentation Joe Speed will discuss the role of IoT in the connected car and work that is being done to IoT-enable Tizen, Tizen IVI and Automotive Grade Linux. He will talk in detail about the open source IoT connected car collaboration between Local Motors, IBM, Intel and Linux Foundation culminating in a live demo of IoT Cloud enabled Tizen IVI.
IoT Cloud enabled Tizen for Connected Car
Joe Speed, Linux Foundation
Tuesday, 3 June 2014 - 3:00pm to 3:40pm