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Gunnar Andersson

Development Lead at GENIVI Alliance

Before taking on the role of Development Lead for GENIVI, Gunnar held the position of Software Strategist & Lead Architect at Volvo.  Gunnar holds a Masters degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology.

 

 

My Sessions

GENIVI Vehicle Domain Interaction Strategy: Overview and Status

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GENIVI technical leadership will introduce one of the primary strategies of current GENIVI technical work entitled Vehicle Domain Interaction.  This strategy is aligned to the major challenge faced by OEMs and suppliers of making historically separated software domains (safety, IVI, CE device) interact including sharing and managing data across the domains.  This overview will include […]

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Graphics Project & Distributed HMI Readout

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One challenge faced in today’s integrated cockpit solutions is the creation of a consistent HMI experience across distributed and diverse multi-ECU systems.  The GSHA project explores different solutions for graphics transfer-and-control and the creation of a seamless HMI experience from a distributed or virtualized underlying system architecture. A key challenge is the composition of graphics […]

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GENIVI Development Platform Activities

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During this technical presentation we will introduce the GENIVI Development Platform from its fundamentals, and talk about all the components that make up not only GDP but the whole library of GENIVI open-source software projects. The session will present: The purpose and uses of a GENIVI Development Platform The organization of the GENIVI Development Platform […]

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Graphics Sharing & Distributed HMI Case Studies

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In this dedicated case-study oriented session, several more individual presentations will continue to exemplify the Graphics Sharing categories. A variety of speakers will share technical approaches with real-world experience on the implementation of the previously described theoretical methods. This “How can it be done in practice” session will present challenges and successes, to share directly […]

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Hypervisor Project Readout

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After a successful workshop at the GENIVI All Member Meeting in Munich last April, the Hypervisor Project was launched to investigate the wide scope of open-source and commercial hypervisor technologies, and address challenges in their use in a vehicle domain interaction context.   Through collaboration between all vendors, experts and adopters of virtualization technology, GENIVI hopes […]

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