|GROM Audio is set to host a Meet Up event for the Silicon Valley Automotive Open Source Meet Up group, Thursday, March 27, 7-9PM. The event will be held at GROM Audio’s Belmont, CA office, and will focus on QNX Real Time Operating System (RTOS) and Qt for automotive development.
GROM Audio will host a Meet Up event for the Silicon Valley Automotive OpenSource Meet Up group, Thursday, March 27, 7-9PM.
This open event is available for anyone interested in learning more about QNX, OS and Qt development from a influential industry leader. Kerry Johnson, Senior Automotive Product Manager at QNX Software Systems will be speaking to attendees about QNX Real Time Operating System (RTOS) and Qt for automotive development.
QNX software is used in many of the auto industry’s leading brands including, GM, Onstar, Toyota and Audi—making the company’s software highly sought after for application compatibility. As smartphones continue to integrate into all aspects of modern technology, this Meet Up seeks to connect developers, car companies and hobbyists alike to better understand automotive projects utilizing or built with open source tools. From safety to fuel-efficiency to embedding applications for entertainment purposes, QNX software allows implementation of applications helping create the future of cars.
Through presentations, demonstrations and implementation of In-Vehicle-Infotainment (IVI) attendees can better understand the latest auto technology transforming today’s vehicles, while also connecting with fellow industry people. GROM Audio will showcase its current after-market car kits as well as its newest open source infotainment systems.
“We are exited to host an event with QNX, and we welcome anyone, interested in the news about automotive infotainment technology,” Leigh Gibbs, GROM Audio spokesperson.
The event will be held at GROM Audio’s Belmont office. People interested in attending can…
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