Power State Management in Automotive Linux
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Vehicles occupy a midpoint between stationary devices powered by constant AC power and fully mobile devices such as 3G phones and media players. A viable automotive Linux platform must accommodate this hybrid position and support vehicle-centric and device-specific requirements for both power state and energy management subsystems.
- Various vehicle power states and their implications for device energy management
- Key Linux/open source software technologies for the automotive market
- How to create a flexible Linux system architecture that synthesizes enterprise and embedded features