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Thursday, July 18 • 14:50 - 15:30
ACRN/KATA: A Safety Container Solution for Software-defined Cockpit - Yu Wang & Jason Chen, Intel

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Nowadays, with the widespread use of intelligence and networking in automobiles, vehicles evolve into a large IoT platform. Software-defined cockpit trends to combine with entertainment system. Workload consolidation, resource isolation, and safety become hot topics now. Besides, in addition to functional safety, information security has become more critical. This has led to a new challenge to vehicle manufacturers about the higher iteration speed of the hardware/software system upgrade. Safety container technology would be an answer. Kata container is a leading security container solution, but there're gaps to meet these requirements, such as real-time, functional safety and etc. ACRN is a lightweight hypervisor, built for real-time and safety-criticality usages. Yu/Jason will introduce how ACRN/KATA combination provides a safety container solution to resolve these challenges.


Jason Chen CJ

Software engineer, Intel
Jason is a software architect from Intel SSE. His focus area is virtualization usage on next generation of client or IOT platforms. He was a key contributor for ACRN(a lightweight hypervisor for IOT usage) project. Now Jason is working on pKVM for x86 to support TEE usage on Intel... Read More →
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Yu Wang

Technical Leader, Intel
Yu Wang is from Intel as software engineer, and working on ACRN hypervisor project as sub-maintainer now. Yu presented "ACRN™: A Big Little Hypervisor for IoT Development" session in 2018 LC3 and 2018 WG1 as primary speaker(no co-speaker). Besides, Yu have lots of speaking experience... Read More →

Thursday July 18, 2019 14:50 - 15:30 JST
Main Hall (Floor 5F)