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The ELISA Project Welcomes New Members: Bosch and XPENG Motors - NewsDecember 12, 2022
SAN FRANCISCO – Robert Bosch GmbH and XPENG Motors have joined the ELISA (Enabling Linux in Safety Applications) Project, assembled by the Linux Foundation, to support and improve the use of Linux in safety-critical applications such as connected cars.
Baumer, Infineon, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Percepio, and Silicon Labs Select Zephyr RTOS for their Next Generation of Products and Solutions - NewsJanuary 17, 2022
The Zephyr Project announced a milestone with Baumer joining as a Platinum member and Infineon Technologies, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc., Percepio, and Silicon Labs joining as Silver members.
Embedded Insiders Podcast: Would You Trust An Open Source OS in Your Safety Application? - PodcastDecember 02, 2021
On this episode, the Insiders discuss safety-critical open source operating systems. Do the rigid requirements of safety-critical embedded applications force users to reduce the flexibility many believe is the biggest advantage of open source? And if so, why not just license a commercial offering?
Open Mainframe Project Announces the Full Schedule for the 2nd Annual Open Mainframe Summit on September 22-23 - Press ReleaseAugust 30, 2021
The Open Mainframe Project (OMP), an open source initiative that enables collaboration across the mainframe community to develop shared tool sets and resources, today announces the complete schedule of the 2nd annual Open Mainframe Summit.
Embedded Executive: Shuah Khan, Linux Kernel Fellow, Linux Foundation - PodcastJune 23, 2021
Two applications we discuss often at Embedded Computing Design are automotive and medical. More and more, these applications are making use of the Linux operating system. Why is that the case, and is it the same flavor for each?
The Place for MISRA C in Safe & Secure Programming - A Comparison with SPARK - StoryJanuary 21, 2021
As part of the Linux Security Summit Europe last October, I participated in a panel around the question, “Would Abandoning the C Language Really Help?”. C, which is the main language used in the Linux kernel, is notorious for having an endless source of vulnerabilities. Just look at the long list of open bugs automatically reported by the fuzzing robot syzbot that are still waiting for a fix.
Embedded Insiders Podcast: Let's Settle This. What's More Secure, Proprietary or Open Source? - PodcastJune 26, 2020
This week on the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss an age-old controversy: What's more secure? Proprietary or open-source software?