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Making open standards safe for automotive
Speaker: Illya Rudkin, Codeplay Date: October 2nd, 2018
It is well acknowledged that developing ADAS and autonomous car applications via open standards is necessary, but should safety critical features for automotive be agreed separately from all other industries? Khronos, the organisation responsible for creating standards such as OpenGL, OpenCL and SYCL, have created the Safety Critical Advisory Forum to assist its members in the development of safety critical open standard APIs from a broad range of safety critical domains including avionics and automotive. This presentation will show the benefits of evolving the standards with safety critical features, and how this will benefit developers, Tier 1s and OEMs, and also give an insight to how the Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Forum works for its members.
About Illya Rudkin
Illya has been a Principal Software Engineer at Codeplay Software since 2013 involved in the development of tools chains for automotive semiconductor customers. He is the Chair of the Khronos Safety Critical Advisory Forum and a member of the Khronos OpenCL Safety Critical Working Group. Illya is also a member of the MISRA C++ committee. Having received a BSc (Hons) degree (in Electrical and Electronic Engineering) following a 4 years electronics apprenticeship, he spent 12 years programming games, tool chains and profilers for Playstation 3 and Vita at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Before joining Codeplay he worked for a PC games company implementing anti-hack solutions.