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The Journey from Cloud-Native to Car-Native


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Principal Software Architect, Arm
Arm and our partners are realizing the vision of cloud native development in the automotive domain. We will look at the impact adopting a software-defined architecture has on future generations of automotive solutions.

The presentation covers trends towards cloud native, safety, realtime and heterogeneous compute, improving time to market, software reuse and quality.

Ultimately this approach to the software-defined vehicle lays out a path to make every vehicle more capable, safer and accessible.

Link: https://www.arm.com/solutions/automotive/software-defined-vehicles?utm_source=gitlab&utm_medium=url&utm_campaign=soafee
Link: https://developer.arm.com/solutions/automotive

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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