Six new companies join Automotive Grade Linux

Reported 60% growth in membership in 2016

Six new companies have joined the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a Linux-based project dedicated to the development of open source software solutions for automotive applications including connected cars, AGL announced in a press release on 13 February. The new members of the forum are ARM, DrimAES, Elektrobit, RealVNC, Telenav and Tuxera. While DrimAES has joined AGL at the Silver level, other five have joined at the Bronze level.

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