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▶︎ Data Models and Ontologies
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     ▷ Governance
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     ▷ Data Model Definition
     ▷ API First
Data Expert Group Workshop 2023Q1

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▶︎ EV Charging Event Data Aggregation Project
▶︎ EV Optimization - Increase Travel Range for Fixed Battery

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▶︎ Android Automotive White Label App Store

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▶︎ In-vehicle Payment SIG


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Tuesday, 12 May 2020

TimeTitleVideo LinksSlides
1500-1530 CESTWelcome Keynotepptx  pdf
1535-1650 CESTIntroduction to Active GENIVI Projects

Android Automotive SIG  pptx  pdf 

Cloud/Connected Services  pptx  pdf

Hypervisor  pdf 

Security  pptx  pdf  video

In-Vehicle Payments  pptx  pdf

1650-1700 CESTBreak (Sponsor Videos)See Virtual Showcase Videos below
1700-1800 CESTLooking forward #1: Common Vehicle Interface Initiativepdf
1810-1900 CESTLooking forward #2: Cockpit Domain Fusionpdf

Wednesday, 13 May 2020

TimeTitleVideo Links / MinutesSlides
1100-1200 CESTConnected Vehicle Software Development - Automated Testing, a Collaborative Approach for the Industry
1500-1800 CESTAndroid Automotive SIG #1 - Vehicle Data APIs / Vehicle Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)minutes



1800-1815 CESTBreak (Sponsor Videos)See Virtual Showcase Videos below

1815-1930 CESTCybersecurity #1- ISO-21434 in practiceStream Video

Thursday, 14 May 2020

TimeTitleVideo Links / MinutesSlides
0900-1200 CESTAndroid Automotive SIG #2 - Audio Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL)


pptx pdf
1045-1200 CESTCybersecurity #1- ISO-21434 in practice (replay w/ live Q&A)Stream Videopptx  pdf
1500-1800 CESTCloud & Connected Services

Automotive World Webinar recording


overview pptx pdf

simulators pdf

GraphQL Client pdf pptx

technology options pptx pdf

Virtual Showcase Videos On-Demand (click on the video titles below to view)

Member LogoTitle and AbstractContact Information

Cockpit Domain Consolidation - Combination of Cluster and Infotainment on high compute ECU systems

Abstract: Mentor, A Siemens Business is shaping the future of automotive in hardware, software, and systems engineering. The Automotive Business Unit (ABU) at Mentor, an international division with the main location in Germany offers solutions in multi-domain consolidations, autonomous driving, and automotive audio. The accumulated experience of more than 20 years in automotive hardware, software, and systems engineering enable the ABU team to focus well prepared on the upcoming changes and challenges of the automotive industry. One of the main topics the automotive industry is looking at is the transformation in the car E/E architectures. All over the markets are visible trends towards a centralization of the ECU systems, focusing on service-oriented architecture (SOA). As a step towards this architecture system, the Automotive Business Unit offers a Cockpit Domain Consolidation solution that combines Infotainment and Cluster on high computing systems in the car.

Michael Ziganek

General Manager, Automotive Business Unit

Safe Multi-Display Cockpit Controller  


Abstract:  OpenSynergy shows a use case realized on the latest version of the virtualization platform COQOS Hypervisor SDK. The hypervisor-based cockpit controller combines mixed criticality functions (safety and non-safety relevant) within a single Renesas R-Car H3 Salvator-XS development platform. It integrates entertainment, infotainment applications, and driver information systems providing safety-critical information from vehicle systems. The type-1 hypervisor has been designed as a low-complexity embedded hypervisor especially fitting to automotive applications. It is TÜV-certified to ISO 26262:2018 ASIL-B. COQOS Hypervisor SDK supports a large bundle of VIRTIO features. VIRTIO was originally developed for enterprise virtualization workloads and cloud computing that make high demands on data processing performance. In cooperation with GENIVI OpenSynergy drives the acceptance of VIRTIO as a standard to be used in the automotive industry.

Tero Salminen

Marcel Haack


Rapid - Fleet Management Framework

Abstract: The fleet framework for perfectionists with deadlines. Acquire data from your edge systems, securely transfer it to your cloud, and generate insights that matter to you. The Rapid fleet management framework makes it easier to build better fleet and asset apps more quickly with less code.



Phone Number: (248) 246-2220

ISO 21434 Risk Assessments with YAKINDU Security Analyst

Abstract: We show how to practically perform an ISO-21434-compliant security analysis that can be updated and incrementally re-performed throughout the product lifecycle. At itemis, we built that into a product, called YAKINDU Security Analyst.

Bastian Kruck


Beyond Linux IVI and Into the Connected Cockpit

It's not new news that GENIVI has expanded its scope but if you want a quick refresher or explanation of the GENIVI mission then check out our new video. Beyond Linux IVI and Into the Connected Cockpit.

Steve Crumb

GENIVI Executive Director 

VelocityFS by Tuxera (flash friendly)

VelocityFS by Tuxera is a cutting-edge embedded file system designed to work with all the benefits and challenges of flash memory technology. It brings the ultimate performance, reliability, security, and longest lifetime to any flash hardware. That means super-responsive devices and systems, more available CPU for more apps, the highest quality videos with no frame loss, and less device replacement costs.

VelocityFS by Tuxera is the ideal data management software for modern IVIs and infotainment, digital clusters, telematics boxes, V2X boxes, black boxes, and drive recorders running on Linux.

Our full file system implementation package comes with a built-to-spec, ready-to-run kernel module, all the file system and benchmarking tools you need, testing, our proprietary (patent-pending) fail-safe technology, and full-service support.

Bernd Niedermeier



Aino Tuominen
Events and Community Manager


Other Pre-Recorded Content (click on the video titles below to view)

Member LogoTitle and AbstractContact Information

GENIVI ISO-21434 (Putting into Practice)

Industry insiders are promoting ISO/SAE 21434 as the first major Automotive Cybersecurity legislation. This leads to the question, "What exactly does my organization have to do to be prepared?" Look no further! Join automotive cybersecurity experts from the GENIVI Security team as we present a teaser of what the ISO/SAE 21434 contains and how it impacts your organization. This brief presentation will outline the major requirements, and start the conversation about how to apply them, in preparation for upcoming face-to-face workshops. We will explain the overarching concepts and give insight into how we can collaborate to rise to the new challenges imposed by this specification. Note, some parts of this session are pre-recorded. Q&A will be live. 

Joby Jester

GENIVI Security Lead

Mike Nunnery

GENIVI Marketing Manager 

GENIVI Security Team Update (May 2020)

With strong leadership and an industry collaborative focus, the GENIVI Security Team presents shares key initiatives for both members and non-members to weigh in on. We look forward to driving industry-wide collaboration and actionable changes to the connected vehicle cybersecurity space through bi-weekly calls, event workshops, cybersecurity panels, and of course in-person face-to-face meetings.

Bi-weekly calls are also open to members. To be sent information on how to participate or join the calls, please email requesting to be added to the meeting invite and distribution list.

Joby Jester

GENIVI Security Lead

Mike Nunnery

GENIVI Marketing Manager 

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