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Dresden, Germany
October 17–18, 2018
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Wednesday, October 17 • 13:55 - 14:45
Open-Source Automotive Safety with the L4Re Microhypervisor - Michael Hohmuth and Adam Lackorzynski, Kernkonzept

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Autonomous driving and Car-to-X connectivity are driving demand for increasing compute capacity and software complexity in vehicles. This complexity is at odds with safety and security requirements. A promising solution to this conflict is software isolation using a trusted hypervisor that's fit for automotive certification.

Kernkonzept has set out to provide such a certification-ready open-source hypervisor. L4Re integrates well with AGL, Android and OP-TEE. Also, Kernkonzept partners with Elektrobit to create a commercial, precertified version of L4Re as part of the EB corbos automotive software suite.

The talk introduces the L4Re hypervisor, maps out the road towards open-source certification readiness, and presents use cases for using L4Re and AGL in safety-critical systems. It also explains the L4Re-based AGL/Android virtualization demo shown at the Kernkonzept/Elektrobit booth.

Speakers
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Michael Hohmuth

CEO, Kernkonzept
Michael Hohmuth is CEO of Kernkonzept, a Dresden, Germany-based company developing the open-source L4Re microkernel and OS for security/safety-critical and virtualization-enabled applications. After receiving a PhD degree from TU Dresden in 2002, he was a systems researcher at TU... Read More →
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Adam Lackorzynski

adam.lackorzynski@kernkonzept.com, Kernkonzept
Adam Lackorzynski is an operating-systems researcher and chief architect of Kernkonzept, a Dresden, Germany-based company developing the open-source L4Re microkernel and OS for security/safety-critical and virtualization-enabled applications. He received a PhD degree from TU Dresden... Read More →



Wednesday October 17, 2018 13:55 - 14:45
Salon St. Petersburg