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The Rolling Lab: A Smart and Safe Path to Automotive Production

On-demand webcast:
Aired live: May 31, 2018 02:00 PM EDT

What will it really take to get intelligent, connected cars on the road? Given the high stakes and complexity involved, a collaborative approach across the ecosystem is needed. Wind River has created a “rolling lab” test vehicle to help partners create new strategies and validate their technologies to safely and securely accelerate the pace, quality, and development of a connected vehicle.

Attend our web seminar for a discussion on how auto makers can join Wind River’s rolling lab program to help create new standards for vehicle and smart infrastructure development and deployment best practices.

What you will learn about:
  • Wind River’s collaborative rolling lab program that leverages expertise from not only the software technology arena but also from academia and the public sector
  • Opportunities to grow capabilities and introduce more innovation within the car without incurring higher costs
  • Methods to maintain control over vehicle safety, security, and quality and create a safe environment for testing
  • Insight and research data from Wind River’s rolling lab program and how it can influence technical decisions now in order to achieve success in the production stage

Speakers:
Peter Brown, Chief Automotive Architect, Wind River Systems
Brandy Goolsby, Strategic Market Development & Ecosystem Senior Manager, Wind River Systems

Moderator:
Curt Schwaderer, OpenSystems Media
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